Monthly Archives: January 2014

Celebrity Style: Taylor Swift at the GRAMMYs

She’s won, and continues to win, numerous awards for her talent over the past six years. Recently though, Taylor Swift has been appearing on one of the most important lists in Hollywood (no I don’t mean Forbes Top 100 List, which she has graced multiple times). I’m talking about the coveted BEST DRESSED list! As […] Continue reading

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Magna Carter Holy Grail World Tour

There are a lot of rappers with different styles in music right now, but Jay-Z still holds the crown for being the best. I have had the luxury of seeing Jay-Z in concert a few times, and I was thrilled that I was able to attend the Philadelphia show of his Magna Carter Holy Grail […] Continue reading

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Paint it Black: Vera Wang Pre-Fall 2014

Vera Wang hit it on the knob with her Pre-Fall 2014 Collection. She used black and grays as the majority of her color palette with some splashes of mint and royal blue. The materials had varied, which is why her simple black palette succeeded without being too overbearing. Leather, fur, brocade, lace, denim, sequins and […] Continue reading

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PhilaU’s Own – Swimtones

At Philadelphia University, there are many different types of people, from fashion students to those in the physicians assistant program, earning PhilaU the reputation of a welcoming liberal college. Music is surprisingly not a technical major (for now, at least), but these guys are going after it anyways. The Philadelphia-based indie, pop-rock band the “Swimtones” […] Continue reading

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The Legend, Tom Ford

Tom Ford, the sleek men’s and women’s designer, has gone from a career – working many years at Gucci – to having his own clothing and accessory lines. Ford started his career with attending school at Parsons School of Design with a concentration in architecture, but he would never end up in the field he […] Continue reading

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PhilaU Fashion Design Program Named One of Most Influential by FashionPlaytes

Philadelphia University’s fashion design program was named one of the top 32 most influential programs internationally by FashionPlaytes, a fashion, style and social destination for tween girls. The fashion design programs on the list, which was released Jan. 28, “are …

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When in Rome: Enjoy the Little Things, Like Walking to Class

I cannot believe I have already been in Rome for three weeks! Between classes, field trips and just walking around exploring; the time has been breezing by. Sometimes I need to take a moment to let it all sink in and appreciate the sights I am seeing. The walk to school, which is quickly becoming […] Continue reading

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Scott Ageloff, Interior Architecture Program Director, Receives CIDA Award

The Council for Interior Design Accreditation (CIDA) has honored Scott Ageloff, director of PhilaU’s M.S. in Interior Architecture program, with this year’s Keith Hooks Volunteer Excellence Award. The CIDA award goes annually to the organization’s most outstanding volunteer dedicated to …

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Orchid Children, Helping them Flower

By Jessica Vinti Orkidebarn, a Swedish idiom meaning “orchid children” used by developmental specialists to describe a new genetic concept [...] Continue reading

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PhilaU Mock Trial Team Recently Honored

Alexi Faust, a sophomore, was selected as best witness at a recent regional tournament,  Congrats.! The team is very anxious  [...] Continue reading

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