Category Fashions

Dress to Impress

I saw a post on FB about the wedding dress Jennifer Lawrence wore as Katniss Everdeen, the character she plays in Hunger Games: Catching Fire. It was apparently designed by a young and upcoming 28 year old Tex Saverio; a fashion designer from Indonesia, who won the Mercedes-Benz Asia Fashion Award in 2005. Saverio’s designs have […]

It’s Almost Halloween: Got a costume?

Today’s post is about doing it yourself. I know that as an architecture student you’ve got major craftiness oozing out of your pores. With this fall’s Beaux Arts Ball coming up, have you started brainstorming yet? For a time I lacked the right spirit and admit that for a few years in a row, I […]

BACK TO SCHOOL FASHION

To usher in a new age of personal solidarity, I bring you this blog post to celebrate the mantra ‘fake it till you make it.’ A recent internet dérive led me from high boutique to the far more obtainable Taiwanese knock-off. http://www.amazon.com/GARCONS-Backpack-Clothing-Jacket-Embroidered/dp/B00B0WK0ES Purchased on amazon, this quick fix can arrive at your studio within 3-5 […]

ODE TO BOB SLATE: Who makes the perfect notebook?

It is NOT easy to find the perfect notebook. I’ve gone through several brands bought from several different continents and I have to tell you, I’m still hunting. I just spent a good hour a Bob Slate on Thursday, and although I walked away with a few options, I’m still dreaming of the day that […]

JUST FOR FUN: Infinite Reflections and the perfect jeans

After 20 straight hours of trains, planes, and buses, I finally returned to my Somervillian home this weekend. While I’m settling back into/ catching up on my real life, I thought I’d share a fun Dutch discovery; Infinitely Reflecting Mirrors! An excellent strategy for spicing up a plebian space and/or dizzifying you into buying more […]

SAMURAIS!: Ancient Armor meets High Fashion

A few nights ago I went to the Museum of Fine Arts (MFA) in Boston – Wednesday nights are free for the public (as an MIT student I always get in free )- to see the Samurai exhibit. All I can say is that you absolutely have to go see it. I had no idea […]

MEN (AND WOMEN) IN BLACK: our preoccupation with non-color

A recent conversation with Anon got me thinking about our preoccupation (as architects) with black clothing. We’re all familiar with the pervasiveness of the all-black architect’s attire. I’m pretty sure my instructor last semester, Meejin Yoon, never wore anything that wasn’t black to studio. I guess that means getting dressed in the morning is pretty […]