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From Medium to Vogue: A Teary Goodbye

May 1, 2019

Filed under Culture, Fashion

By Isiah Magsino It was the fall semester of my junior year when I found myself sitting across from Professor Beth Knobel PhD in her expansive office tucked in Faculty Memorial Hall. At the time, Dr. Knobel held the esteemed title of Chair of the Communications Department and I, having no idea what I was doing, was intimidated. Dr. Knobel is no stranger on this campus. She knows everybody —better yet, everybody knows ...

Thrift Shopping For NYC Students

Thrift Shopping For NYC Students

April 3, 2019

I have been asked multiple times how a college student can step up their fashion game, and my most reasonable advice is take your pennies to any thrift, consignment or vintage store in New York City.

Red Carpet Review: The Oscars

Red Carpet Review: The Oscars

March 6, 2019

Bravo to the stars, and a bigger bravo to the stylists behind the scenes.

Dyne Combines Fashion and Tech

Dyne Combines Fashion and Tech

February 13, 2019

Before this collection, I had thought of fashion as being limited to advancements in fabrics. This collection showed me that there are many other components, such as the interactive technology I discovered today, that can push clothing in new unique and unconventional directions.

Winning in Fashion and Football

Winning in Fashion and Football

February 6, 2019

Whether or not you think that a team’s uniform is important, just remember: whether you win or lose, look good doing it.

Has The Victoria Secret Fashion Show Lost Its Wings?

Has The Victoria Secret Fashion Show Lost Its Wings?

December 5, 2018

In 2012, awkward-looking highschool Isiah fell deeply in love with the dreamy wings, glitter runway and beautiful statuesque women

Alumnus Mike Hogan Talks Work at Vanity Fair

Alumnus Mike Hogan Talks Work at Vanity Fair

December 5, 2018

Hogan majored in English and minored in philosophy during his time at Fordham.

Junior Jumps Into World of Fashion

Junior Jumps Into World of Fashion

November 28, 2018

Fashion has been Raefski’s passion since he was a kid, but it was not until recently that he felt accepted pursuing it as a career.

A Recap of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

A Recap of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards

November 14, 2018

CFDA/Vogue Fashion the physical manifestation of the way fashion is currently moving: diverse backgrounds and open to all.

Decoding Clean Green Beauty

Decoding Clean Green Beauty

November 7, 2018

Much like life expectancy, paid vacation time and the implementation of the metric system, America is markedly behind Europe in regulating the beauty and skincare industry.

The Met’s “Marnie” Is an Opera of Many Identities

The Met’s “Marnie” Is an Opera of Many Identities

October 31, 2018

By Isiah Magsino Upon entering the main lobby, thoughts of the first class on the Titanic and debutante balls wove in and out of my head. The building’s interior design says “opulent”: red velvet carpe...

The Latest Fashion Month and the Death of Streetwear

The Latest Fashion Month and the Death of Streetwear

October 17, 2018

By: Isiah Magsino Put away those chunky Balenciaga sneakers and tracksuits; the emphasis on streetwear is no longer in — sorry hypebeasts! Who would  want to spend close to a grand on chunky sneake...

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