Originally published here and in print at The Triangle on February 6th, 2015.
Brent Luvaas, founder of street-style blog Urban Fieldnotes, balances the life of a blogger, professional anthropologist and assistant professor at Drexel University. He currently teaches two courses, visual anthropology and media anthropology. According to Urban Fieldnotes, the blog is about “street style blogging, an experiment in auto-ethnographic research and open source fieldwork.” Read More
Originally published here and in print at The Triangle on January 17th, 2014.
Everyone looks good in black. The shade is slimming, chic and glamorous — all in one color. As Coco Chanel once said, “Black has it all. [Its] beauty is absolute. It is the perfect harmony.” Mon Read More
Originally published here at The Triangle on February 20th, 2015.
After waiting almost a year since the official announcement, and several years of secretly pining for this fast fashion retailer, I was one of over 600 people that finally lined up outside of 1708 Chestnut St. Feb. 14 for Forever 21’s grand opening. Read More
Originally published here and in print at The Triangle on July 12th, 2013.
Inspired by the Japanese shopping trend known as fukubukuro, or “lucky bag sale,” Little Black Bag is an e-commerce website that is more of a fashion experience than the traditional online company. Read More
Originally published here and in print at The Triangle on February 20, 2015.
This week, I interview President John A. Fry for a glimpse into his daily routine. His bag of choice? A beige canvas Monocle tote bag that holds all of his essentials. Read More
Originally published here and in print at The Triangle on March 7th, 2014.
The first sacrifice I made when I came to college was my slight Panera addiction. The second was my beloved bedroom. Read More
Originally published here and in print at The Triangle on May 24th. 2013.
Designer Paula Hian, a Philadelphia native, has always aspired to work in the fashion industry. She has had an interest in fashion since she was 2, and throughout her childhood the future designer kept diaries filled with notes and drawings. Hian majored in art history at Northwestern University and enrolled in New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology upon her graduation. Read More