Penn Fashion Week 2017: Neo-Renaissance Show April 3, 2017

On April Fool’s Day, Penn Fashion Week pulled a style switch-up: the Neo-Renaissance Fashion Show, which mixed streetwear with high fashion. The result was an evening of unexpected pairings, set against the sleek backdrop of the Penn Dental School. The WALK‘s Jessica Lu was on site to capture the action. Click through the photos below […]



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Step Alongside a Stylist’s Sole March 30, 2017

Are your shoes your style twin or your alter ego? We explore this question by interviewing six website stylists and their favorite pair of shoes. Can you see the resemblance? Eliza Culp, SEAS’19, Mechanical Engineering What’s your shoes’ name? Armanno and Basil. If they could go on a vacation anywhere, where would they go? Visit […]



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Embroidered Denim March 25, 2017

here is nothing more Americana than denim. Cowboys, suburban moms, and off-duty super models all wear the classic fabric, and there is a pretty good chance that you have a pair or two of these quintessential pants hanging in your closet. You might even have a denim skirt (the early 2000′s are in!) or jean […]



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Spring Trend: Gingham March 16, 2017

ith a new season approaching – hello warmer weather! – comes a plethora of spring trends. One classic print that seems to be making its way into every store is gingham, but with some much needed updates. In the past, gingham has been undeniably preppy: think your classic button-down shirt. This season, it proves to […]



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Studying Abroad in Milan: Fashion Realizations March 10, 2017

he main realization I made about clothing at Penn now that I am studying abroad in Milan is that black predominates most girls’ wardrobes. I first noticed this when an Italian told me my outfit looked sad, which at first offended me, since I had been told this was a nice outfit, but I then […]



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5 Designers to Know February 15, 2017

sk anyone to name a fashion designer and they will most likely reply with Chanel, Dior, Gucci, Prada, or Versace. While there’s no doubt these labels have earned their success, there are plenty of other designers that deserve to be household names as well. Continue reading for five designers who might just become your new […]



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Not Your Mother’s Sequins December 7, 2016

hen most people think of sequins, images of pre-teen dance costumes or gaudy 80s formal wear come to mind. But nowadays, sequins are the perfect way to stand out, from unexpected streetwear to glamorous party outfits. Inspired by recent runway looks and street style, here is how to make sequins feel new again. Specifically in […]



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Festive Frocks for This Holiday Season December 6, 2016

With the holiday season officially upon us, it’s time to restock your wardrobe with dresses fit for any holiday event. From winter formals to dinners with family, here are five new trends that make for the perfect festive frock: Needle & Thread If you’re looking for a more relaxed look for the holidays, embroidered dresses are […]



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The Style Evolution of Taylor Swift November 29, 2016

Every preteen who lived in the mid to late 2000′s knows that their iPod playlists revolved around Taylor Swift. Although it doesn’t seem like it was too long ago when she was a country pop teen that got her first hit on the charts, it has been ten years since the world was first introduced […]



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Calm Before the Storm: Warm Up to Winter’s Coolest Trends November 29, 2016

Clothing cues winter through visuals beyond coats and boots. Silk and sequins in jewel tones, woolly plaid and chunky knits … textures build up the richness of the season. The actual warmth they pack, however, may vary. Indulge in the opulent fabric and experimental cuts while the weather is still mild. Your down jacket can […]



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