Cara Delevingne Takes on the Big Screen

Cara Delevingne has become a ubiquitous figure in pop culture. Her signature brows and goofy facial expressions are inescapable, appearing in magazines, campaigns, runway shows, tumblr gifs – and, most recently, the movie theater big screen. In 2015 Cara will appear in Pan, London Fields, Kids in Love, Tulip Fever, and the film adaptation of John Green’s 2008 bestseller, Paper Towns. It’s safe to say the face of Burberry has officially made the transition into acting, which she says has in fact been a longtime goal.

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Urban Outfitters: Quirky, but Questionable

What you wear has the power to reflect who you are. One of the greatest aspects about style is the way you can personalize it as an individual, make a statement, and feel good in your own skin. However, what you wear is first and foremost a representation of the designer’s vision and when you choose to purchase their products, you also make the contract to advertise this vision.

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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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Coach Menswear: Fall 2015

When one thinks of Coach, images of purses and shoes emblazoned with the signature “C” and sleek leather jackets come to mind. Over the years, Coach has become one of the leading companies in fashion offering accessible luxury accessories. Despite its significant focus on women’s accessories, Coach has maintained a presence in the men’s realm as well, mostly with classic leather bags and wallets. As an increasing amount of attention has been paid to men’s fashion as of late, Coach is expanding its array of men’s clothing, and with the recent Ready To Wear Fall 2015 Menswear collection released by Stuart Vevers, the Executive Creative Director of Coach, the evidence of this undertaking is clear.

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Big, Blonde, and Beautiful: A HV Opinion

In an industry where we focus on appearances, the fact that a label like “plus-size” is used to describe girls, models, and clothing is demeaning in and of itself. Typically, “plus-size” is considered anywhere from size 8 to size 16, depending on who you ask. Oftentimes the media, including many fashion and style publications, will refer to these women as “full-figured,” “healthy,” “voluptuous,” or “curvy”—adjectives that seem euphemistically complimentary, yet imply negative connotations.

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