Fashion, You Make Me Blush!

A college student who appreciates fashion for the art pieces that they are.

New York Times: Fashion and Style Section

I just commented on the article, “How Important is Fashion to You?” by Katerine Schulten on the New York Times website.

I responded to the question, “Students: Tell us how important fashion is to you. To what extent do you follow trends? Experiment with different styles? Who are your fashion icons? What’s your favorite piece of clothing? Why?”

This is my response:

Fashion and Style have always been a major part of my life.  There are several different aspects about the fashion world that I adore.     I love looking through magazines and seeing what the stylist has chosen for the model to wear.  Rachel Zoe’s job, as seen on her TV show on Bravo, has been an model for my dream job.  I would love to work for a magazine or designer and take pieces and create looks.  It is a dream of mine that I hope one day to fulfill.     Ocsar de la Renta is one of my favorite designers because he has created gowns that are timeless – I would wear everything from his Spring 2011 line in twenty years.  Oscar de la Renta is a designer who knows his clientele very well.     Cardigans are pieces that should never go out of style.  It is a great way to spice up a plain V-neck.  To add to the look, a necklace or a scarf are great accessories.  This look is great for a college student running in between classes, lunches, and meetings.  From experience, it is an effortless look that looks like you put in a lot of time and effort, but that’s our secret!


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