Clothing is the most common and apparent way for a fashion designer and, more generally, a brand to express their own unique style and vision. New concepts are showcased biannually at fashion weeks or through hush-hush private showings. However, as of late, fashion labels have found a new way of expressing their creative designs. Many […]

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Just what Kanye West needs — something else to feed his ever-growing ego. Surprisingly, West’s fashion week collection ranked as the most viewed collection on Style.com. This is the first time that a collection has out-ranked Chanel by over one million views. West’s line garnered a total of over four million views, while Chanel grossed […]

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Get ready, because spring is just around the corner. Models on and off the catwalk and fashion week’s “it” crowd have set the trends for the upcoming season. With the newest season just weeks away, stock up on bright colors ranging from orange, yellow and even lime green because bright colors are back and hotter […]

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By Margaret Waterman, Staff Writer @mh_waterman As soon as I stepped off the plane at Heathrow Sunday evening, I wanted to be back in Paris. The city of lights is absolutely breathtaking, from the Eiffel Tower to the Louvre to the Pont de l’Archevêché to the Seine. I have visited some amazing places in my […]

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By Lauren Dezenski, Staff Writer @LaurenDezenski Paris, the first leg of our most recent and last trip abroad, was one for the books. Rima and I spent five days in the City of Light (by far our longest stay anywhere other than London) and did our best to transform into the French ladies that lie […]

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By Abigail Lin, Staff Writer @abbielin As I’m sure many of you are experiencing this summer, getting out of bed every Monday to Friday to schelp myself to my internship is undoubtedly the hardest part of the job. In Paris, I would reward myself simply for waking up in the morning – on time or […]

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By Abigail Lin @abbielin At the close of my time in Paris, it’s jarring to think about the difference between the Paris I imagined and the Paris whose streets I traverse every morning on my way to work. Just like I have struggled with washing machines, irons, and electricity, I have had difficulty finding the […]

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By Abigail Lin @abbielin So far, one of the most palpable disparities between Europe and the United States that I’ve noticed is in its’ citizens environmental consciousness. How many bags did you last use in your trip to Shaws, 10? While they have plastic bags for purchase in Paris, each one costs the equivalent of […]

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By Abigail Lin @abbielin When I exit my 18th arrondissement apartment, I can walk three minutes in any direction and find: a fish market, an artisan butcher, a bakery whose line snakes out the door on Sundays, a wine cave, a tantalizing cheese monger, an exclusively frozen prepared-foods supermarket (!), various fruit and vegetable stands […]

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By Abigail Lin @abbielin Abbie is a junior advertising major at Boston University and former photo editor of the Daily Free Press. She is spending the semester abroad in Paris while participating in the BU Paris internship program. She will be writing a series of weekly posts in which she explains her efforts to understand […]

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