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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…

Style File: Sean Barry Lawrence’s love affair with sweaters
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Style File: Sean Barry Lawrence’s love affair with sweaters

Sean Barry Lawrence ’17 loves to cook, makes excellent cocktails and has a dry sense of humor. Interviewing him in his house, I discovered how his tastes and personality emanate through all facets of his life, including his relationship with his housemates and the $3 ironically mundane paintings that they hang on their walls. Lawrence…

Style File: Ellie Hohulin
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Style File: Ellie Hohulin

Ellie Hohulin ’19 is undeniably cool. She’s the kind of person who appreciates a visit to all sorts of department stores and understands the importance of a good hat. Hohulin’s relaxed and intuitive approach to style is epitomized by the way in which she picks out her outfits. Her strategy is linked to the fact…

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…

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Style File: Kate Gallagher

TMW: Why did you want to be in the Style File? KG: I’ve been interested in fashion since I was ten years old. I went to the Field Museum that had a special exhibit of Jacqueline Kennedy’s clothes from when she was in the White House. I was enchanted by the entire experience. They had…

Style File: Allie Belyaev
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Style File: Allie Belyaev

Allie Belyaev ’17 is a self-proclaimed Russian queen. The Seattle native exudes an aura of self-assuredness that is rare in college-aged young people. Her strong opinions and unapologetically sarcastic delivery are refreshing, and her commitment to presenting her authentic self is evident in her personal style. Belyaev is known for her sass, but this facet…

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Style File: No Holden back

Holden Bothun ’17 is a boundary pusher, plain and simple. Energetic, honest and quick to laugh, Bothun has the charisma of an artist. Both a visual artist and musician, he uses personal style as an elaborate social experiment, exploring both interpersonal perceptions and identity creation. Bohun approaches personal style as a way to see what…

Style File: Dubie Toa-Kwapong
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Style File: Dubie Toa-Kwapong

Eloquent and poised, Dubie Toa-Kwapong ’16 is a woman with a philosophy of radical self-acceptance, comfort and ease in fashion and stylistic expression through a blended cultural heritage. Toa-Kwapong made her family’s influence on her style abundantly clear throughout the interview, especially stressing the inspiration she has drawn from her mother, father and grandmother. To…

Style File: Josh Marcus and Mike Curran
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Style File: Josh Marcus and Mike Curran

When you plan a photoshoot and interview with Macalester’s improvisational comedy dynamic duo and arts magazine mavens, Josh Marcus ’17 and Mike Curran ’18, you don’t know what to expect. Three hundred pictures and an hour-long interview later, I have attempted to capture the wit, depth, goofiness and authenticity of these two friends. Our conversation…

Style File: Ollie Schminkey ’16
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Style File: Ollie Schminkey ’16

The Mac Weekly sat down with Ollie Schminkey ’16 to discuss their self-described alt-style. TMW: How would you describe your style? OS: Probably… trans goth kid meets 1950’s housewife meets whatever the DIY/dyke punk scene is doing? Yeah, I’ve noticed you have a lot of variation in your style? I just kind of do what…

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