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Style File: Obiele Harper
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Style File: Obiele Harper

Obiele Harper ’17 can’t think of a time when she didn’t care about fashion. As a child, she dreamed of becoming a fashion designer. Now she hopes to enter the fashion marketing world and eventually become a stylist. Harper’s poise and chic style make her stand out on campus, and most people recognize her commitment…

Inside Minnesota fashion week
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Inside Minnesota fashion week

Fashion Week Minnesota continued its weeklong series of events Friday night, Sept. 25, at the Minneapolis Club. Minneapolis-based twin designers and tailors Tim and Thom Navarro revealed the newest collection from their brand “Tim + Thom” and presented the runway event, “Lark,” to a crowd of long-time fans and the broader Twin Cities fashion scene….

Style File: Duchess Harris
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Style File: Duchess Harris

The Mac Weekly talks with Professor Duchess Harris of American Studies, who wrote an article about black women’s style entitled “This is What a Feminist Professor Looks Like” for the Minnesota Women’s Press. TMW: How would you characterize your style? DH: Anything that takes me through my day with confidence. TMW: How has your style…

Style File: Simona Zappas
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Style File: Simona Zappas

The Mac Weekly sat down with Simona Zappas to discuss fashion, teen phases and lint rollers. TMW: How would you characterize your style? SZ: Like a baby trying to dress up like an adult. A baby’s businesswoman. TMW: What inspires your fashion? SZ: I guess stuff that I watch. I love the clothes in Pee-Wee’s…

The many facial hairs of Macalester College
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The many facial hairs of Macalester College

Facial hair has contrasting connotations. For some, it represents laziness or a desire to be seen as grungy and alternative. For others, it is a symbol of masculinity and power. But despite differencing views on the role of facial hair, one thing is clear: at Macalester, it is in.

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