Athletic Wear x Fashion January 18, 2017

s society has become more and more fitness-obsessed, new food trends and exercise classes emerge from L.A. and New York, and make their way into the world of celebrities, gradually trickling down into mainstream society. Exercise is no longer just exercise, it’s an activity that people engage in for fun, for social events, and even […]



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All About VOIX: Challenging Rape Culture Through Jewelry January 16, 2017

Penn Grad Daniella Sakhai ’15 recently launched her own jewelry collection featuring a line of fashion-forward whistle necklaces. The sleek and chic design make them a fashion statement on their own, and a social justice statement through their function. The whistles are meant to equip women, and a portion of all sales are donated to […]



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The Best Dresses of the 2017 Golden Globes January 16, 2017

he Golden Globes is the kickoff of the awards season and celebrities want to dazzle the red carpet. This year was full of dazzling celebrities who wore unique and awe inspiring gowns from all the best designers. Here is the list of top ten best dressed: 1. Emma Stone               […]



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IMHO: I was personally victimized by WeWoreWhat January 7, 2017

n an unassuming day this summer, I made a grave discovery: WeWoreWhat blocked me.  Of her 1.5 million followers, she chose to block someone who has never liked nor commented on a single photo. I was perplexed (read: pissed) by this supposed snub, and thought to put my investigative journalism skills to the test.  Though […]



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#GrabYourWallet? December 16, 2016

  My mom and I are bonded by our love of shopping. Our mother-daughter outings consisted of early Saturday morning trips to the mall and lunch at Cheesecake Factory. She  not only taught me how to take a 40% discount at the ripe age of 9, but also taught how to be an ethical and […]



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Shattering Boundaries December 15, 2016

ollowing recent advances in fashion and beauty (see: Covergirl’s first Cover-guy!), last month saw the introduction of new boundary-breaking models. Inclusion of spokespeople of different races, faiths, and other groups is a process that has been gaining momentum, and hopefully will continue to grow.  Here are three powerful women who stood out—and spoke out—in their […]



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How to Keep it Together This Finals Season December 14, 2016

t’s that time of year again. Your laundry probably isn’t done, the milk in your fridge is expired, and let’s not even mention the gym. For some of us, perhaps, these are the main casualties of the wrath of finals season. For others, restless nights and anxiety-filled days loom on the horizon of the weeks […]



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Star of the Stage: Nick Silverio (W’18) December 9, 2016

ick Silverio has already lived a dozen lives by the ripe old age of 21. He has been a dancer, a model, a salesman, a financial analyst, and most importantly, a student. However, his passion has always been dancing. Starting young, he enrolled in a jazz studio in his home in Central Massachusetts. At 13, […]



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Polished @ Penn: Faith Cho (C’20) December 6, 2016

ummer camps are usually three weeks of fun, new friends, and time away from parents. Penn freshman Faith Cho, however, didn’t have the best experience with camps. In 9th grade, she attended a  program where she had a hard time making friends. Feeling marginalized, she decided it was time for a change: if one positive […]



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A College Cooking Survival Guide December 2, 2016

efore moving in to my apartment at Penn, I was convinced that I was an amazing cook, but I had overlooked the fact that I had no idea how to be one. I had often cooked in the past, but only for special occasions, so the only things I knew how to make were long […]



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