The fashion industry is characterized by cycling seasons that consist of either Spring/Summer or Fall/Winter, which leaves models running from casting to casting. The most unique trait of the fashion industry is that things are constantly changing. The only constant is that it’s not constant. It sounds paradoxical (and it probably is) but the one […]

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Lately, J.Crew has been changing around its business operations quite a bit. In the summer of 2015, J.Crew replaced its Head of Women’s Design, Tom Mora, with sister brand Madewell’s Somsack Sikhounmuong. A year later, in September 2016, the company started selling its flagship brand’s clothing line in select Nordstrom locations across the country. (Madewell […]

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Politics is one of those paradoxical things that necessitates promotion and endorsement but when actually done, results in alienation. Filmmaker and YouTube star Casey Neistat is a daily vlogger who recently created a video titled “who i’m voting for president.” The clip — much shorter and more serious than his usual, action-packed vlog entries — is […]

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What do Stephen Colbert, Cyndi Lauper, Derek Jeter and I have in common? We are all preachers of the magical pastrami experience at Carnegie’s. The only difference is that my picture has never made it onto the wall. Sandwiched between Seventh Avenue and Broadway, Carnegie Deli is a small restaurant with a deli counter in […]

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While I am pretty good at the beginning of the semester, as the weeks go by and we get deeper into the season, I slowly find myself swapping my skinny jeans for leggings and button-downs for sweaters. A mixture of athleticism and leisure, athleisure perfectly marries the two to create one harmonious sporty weekender look. […]

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“Note to bloggers who change head-to-toe, paid-to-wear outfits every hour: Please stop. Find another business. You are heralding the death of style.” Yikes. Fashion Week is in full swing, with Milan’s fashion week just ending and Paris in the midst of its own. So it is common to see a lot of verbiage surrounding different […]

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Sept. 22 marked the first official day of autumn. Sadly, a few of my friends are still mourning summer and their sandals. While I will miss wearing my Rainbow Sandals, I am absolutely ecstatic that fall has finally fallen upon us once again. Apart from the crisp weather and pretty foliage, there is a certain […]

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When I go to brunch, I always sway between the same few dishes. These dishes are staples — no, cornerstones — of not only my meal, but also my life. OK, that might have been a bit dramatic, but I love brunch. I really do. I love it like I love green juice and when […]

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Preppy, girly, goth — everyone rocks their own different and unique style. With the rising popularity of “athleisure,” a new style has blurred the line between athletically inclined people and those who just want to be comfortable. Athletic or not, these people can be found sporting T-shirts from their high school lacrosse team or yoga […]

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To some, it’s just a word. To others, it’s a section of the body tightened by crunches and planks. But if you’re in the Questrom School of Business, “Core” takes on a whole new meaning. Core, which is more formally known as the Cross Functional Core, is a program each student in Questrom goes through […]

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