Conscious Expressivity

Peter Herman, a PhD student of Theological and Religious studies, makes careful and deliberate decisions when it comes to fashion.  This is his fourth year at Georgetown, and he currently teaches Intro to Buddhism and will be teaching a section of Problem God in the fall of 2015. From his shirts to his ties to his pocket squares, Herman’s selections are lively and excellently put together.

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Bringing European Street Style to the Classroom

At 10 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, Professor Anna von der Goltz can be found behind ICC 108’s podium most likely sporting ankle boots, skinny jeans, and a blouse paired with a straight cut blazer. In her own words, her fashion choices are “sometimes quite androgynous, certainly more than many American women dress,” and heavily reliant on dark colors. “I’m always dressed in black, maybe white, that’s kind of as far as it goes,” she notes. The effect is a classic, understated style that clearly reflects her European roots.

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