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Style File: old or new Celine? Why you should care about both
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Style File: old or new Celine? Why you should care about both

And we’re back! I’ve been wanting to cover Celine since Hedi Slimane debuted the Spring/Summer 2019 collection—his first collection since being named creative director of the brand in Feb. 2018, replacing Phoebe Philo, who served as artistic head of the brand for ten years. Slimane is no newcomer to stirring up controversy within the fashion…

Fashion Week Minnesota continues with Envision
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Fashion Week Minnesota continues with Envision

By Liz Hallgren Fashion Week Minnesota (FWMN) kicked off its week-long series of events Friday, April 21 at the Machine Shop Minneapolis with the Envision fashion show. FWMN is a semi-annual event that brings together artists involved in the Minnesota fashion industry. The show highlights many different members of the industry, including designers, stylists, makeup…

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Style File: Zeam Porter, practicing powerful self-expression

After pausing to clarify gender pronouns, Zeam Porter ’20 stated, “They, them, theirs. Or Z, just call me Z.” This emphatic declaration displayed an easy confidence and an air of serious self-assuredness often uncharacteristic of those at the beginning of their college years. Porter is wise beyond their years and emits a warm glow of…

Style File: Maru Melendez Margarida’s adaptive approach
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Style File: Maru Melendez Margarida’s adaptive approach

Maru Melendez Margarida ’17 is constantly observing her surroundings, focusing on minute details and isolating small aspects to incorporate into her ever-evolving personal aesthetic. Hyper-aware of the shifts happening around her, Melendez Margarida’s strong suit is adaptation. She moved from Puerto Rico to Minnesota to start her first year of college, and during our interview…

STYLE FILE: Micheal Khuth and his carelessly cultivated aesthetic
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STYLE FILE: Micheal Khuth and his carelessly cultivated aesthetic

Michael Khuth ’20 is a recognizable presence on campus. He’s a first year, so he hasn’t been around for long, but he’s already carved a place in the campus style conscience. I’ve noticed his pretty consistent aesthetic, which often consists of a cotton-candy pink baseball cap, jewelry, pastel and monochromatic shirts, cuffed black jeans and…

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