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Vintage Vogue: ’80s to ’18

Vintage Vogue: ’80s to ’18

JENNIFER SIMONS
Jennifer Simons (COL '18, pictured) and Christine Yang (SFS '18) beta launched their women's clothing startup, Dressmate, at Georgetown this year.

Alumni Startup Dressmate to Officially Launch

Dressmate, a women’s clothing rental network founded by Georgetown alumna Jennifer Simons (COL ’18), plans to officially launch its program at Georgetown University and expand to at least eight other college campuses in and around Washington, D.C. and New York City this year after a beta launch at Georgetown in[Read More…]

by October 8, 2018 1 comment Campus News, News, News - Top
Spring Fashion Issue 2018

Spring Fashion Issue 2018

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by April 12, 2018 0 comments Fashion Issue, Guide - Top, The Guide
RYAN BAE/THE HOYA

Activism and Style Intertwine in Diamante Fashion Show

Dim purple-hued light permeated Gaston Hall as the audience buzzed in anticipation for the Diamante Fashion Show, presented by the Georgetown Program Board. With a single spotlight on his face, Howard University student TK broke out into Nina Simone’s classic ’60s song, “Feeling Good.” As his stunning falsetto reminded attendees[Read More…]

by February 28, 2018 0 comments Fashion Issue, Features, The Guide
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DC Fashion Week Highlights International Designs

Every year, fashion week presents an opportunity for designers both new and experienced to take to the runway with fresh couture and show-stopping styles. Although Washington, D.C., is not an established fashion capital, the city still impresses when it comes to putting on a runway show. D.C. Fashion Week is[Read More…]

MARTINEZ: Unity on the Runway

When I was casting this semester’s Georgetown Program Board fashion show, I was not seeking models based on their relative differences. Instead, I looked for models who are representative of our community. Georgetown University prides itself on being a mecca of diversity; however, there are very few on-campus opportunities to[Read More…]

by February 7, 2018 0 comments Opinion, Opinion - Top
The Hoya’s Fall Fashion Issue: Made in DC

The Hoya’s Fall Fashion Issue: Made in DC

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Georgetown Alumni Redefine Athleisure Industry

Throughout their four years together at Georgetown University, Samantha Hiranand (COL ’11), Berin Bezmen (MSB ’10) and Odile Liu (MSB ’10) formed an unbreakable bond despite their diverse backgrounds and personalities. Today, those same differences serve as the inspiration behind 3BORO, the trio’s emerging company for athleisure clothing, sportswear designed[Read More…]

by October 31, 2017 0 comments Features, The Guide
DC Fashion Week Spotlights Innovative Designs

DC Fashion Week Spotlights Innovative Designs

D.C. Fashion Week, a biannual showcase of both American and international designers, returned last week for its 27th season. Designers presented their innovative looks from Sept. 21 to 24, and each night featured a different theme and new display of creative genius. On Thursday, Sept. 21, designers displayed environmentally friendly[Read More…]

VIEWPOINT: Fashioning New Outlets of Expression

VIEWPOINT: Fashioning New Outlets of Expression

High-fashion magazines have long been criticized for promoting unrealistic ideas about beauty, whitewashing and body shaming. This past November, however, they came under fire for a totally different reason: serious journalism. Teen Vogue’s most-read items of 2016 included both “Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America” and “How to Apply Glitter Nail[Read More…]