An Interview with Khai Khai Jewelry Founder Haim Medine →  August 24, 2014

I guess it’s true that talent runs in family genes.  The designer of Khai Khai Jewelry, Haim Medine, has been surrounded by jewelry and fashion design his whole life.   His mom, Laura Medine, grew up in Milan, and his father – also from Europe – has been in the jewelry business for over thirty years. […]

An Eye for Design: A Look into Jennifer Zeuner’s Jewels →  August 23, 2014

Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, jewelry designer Jennifer Zeuner has made an exemplary name for herself through her line of dainty, timeless jewels.  Growing up surrounded by her father’s clothing manufacturing business, since she was a little girl she had aspirations to someday become a clothing designer.  Never did she imagine where […]

Cooking With Care: Personal Challahs →  August 23, 2014

For my first time trying to make bread, I wanted to do a recipe that would be meaningful, and also different from traditional dinner rolls or a dessert bread. I decided to attempt to make a healthier version of challah bread. By using whole wheat flour as well, this recipe packs added fiber and minerals, […]

Couture Week Fall 2014: 3 Key Call-Outs →  August 23, 2014

Fashion week may come but twice a year, but we’ll always have couture week to keep us from getting too bored in between. This past summer, design ateliers from Alexandre Vauthier to Zuhair Murad showed decadent displays of ballgowns, pantsuits, and everything in between. Throughout all of these shows, however, there seemed to be 3 trends that stuck […]

4th of July: What to Wear For Every Celebration →  July 3, 2014

It’s that time again: to break out your all-American look, indulge in a cake that looks very vaguely like the American flag, and be thankful for our independence. Amidst efforts to get through the final day before this much-needed vacation, here’s a guide to stress-free outfit planning – so you can stay classy and fashionable wherever the […]

Beauty Crush: Lana Del Rey →  June 2, 2014

The little details are what allow Lana Del Rey to pull off a unique, retro look without seeming like she’s playing dress up. Her famous pout is usually painted with a nude lipstick, which allows her strong cat eye to stand out. However, she often uses a dark, gothic red lipstick, which brings all eyes […]

A Clean Slate:  The All White Trend →  May 30, 2014

These days, people wonder what the best colors for spring and summer are. Our thoughts? Wearing all white or just any portion of white! You can’t go wrong with an all-white dress or a white top-skirt combo. If you want to be the ultimate fashionista, have a white suit ready in your closet for the upcoming […]

Keaton Row Wants You to Become a Stylist →  May 22, 2014

Recently, Kai Fulkenberg of Forbes waxed poetry about Keaton Row, a start-up for corporate girls to shop online. By pairing personal stylists with their clients – primarily professional women, the site has been progressively changing the online shopping industry. First off, anyone can become a stylist.  The position is certainly appealing, particularly to college students. […]

Fashion of OCR Demonstrating Penn’s Competitive Nature →  May 21, 2014

Every year, a new group of juniors undergo the stressful and competitive process that is OCR. This year, we asked Jordan Hillier C’15 to reflect on her first OCR experience, from a sartorial point-of-view. Even as a junior, I am relatively new and relatively uncomfortable with the whole “OCR” concept. Every year, it seems to […]

Five BIG Trends for Summer 2014 →  May 19, 2014

This summer, the weather forecasted to reach record highs, particularly in New York. Whether you’re trekking across Manhattan for your internship or relaxing on the west coast, we have no doubt that you will look stylish as you enjoy your summer. We’ve taken note of five trends that are worth investing in for these warm […]