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Tricky trend: go military-chic in camouflage pants

Tricky trend: go military-chic in camouflage pants

February 19, 2013
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Lately, camouflage pants are a huge hit on runways, and trend reports have predicted the military look for several seasons to come. While camo pants can make for a unique look, military style can either a hit or a complete flop. Here are some tricks and tips for a military-chic look that you don’t... Read more »

Fashion Week inspires trend progression, analysis

February 12, 2013
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New York Fashion Week is a time when people are thrilled to see what designers have come up with, and wait with anticipation for Rachel Zoe or Vogue to announce the next exciting trend. This is the time of year when new clothes, new concepts and new themes take shape. But what makes a trend? A trend... Read more »

Richard Chai Fall/Winter 2013

Richard Chai Fall/Winter 2013

February 9, 2013
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Click the photo for more looks from Richard Chai. With the help of Sebastien Perrin’s music, Richard Chai’s Fall/Winter 2013 runway began its show with a solid impression.  Strange and somewhat odd, but addicting and attracting, the music grabbed everyone’s attention, just as Chai’s designs d... Read more »

Son Jung Wan Fall/Winter 2013

Son Jung Wan Fall/Winter 2013

February 9, 2013
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Click the photo for more looks from Son Jung Wan. Kicking off the runway with nude pink cotton blazer and cream-colored pleated skirt, the Korean designer Son Jung Wan introduced her Fall/Winter 2013 collection to the anticipating audience. Son redefined elegance for upcoming fall and winter season wi... Read more »

Top 5 places to celebrate Parisian pastry day with puffy treats

Top 5 places to celebrate Parisian pastry day with puffy treats

January 30, 2013
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Indulge in a tasty croissant to celebrate today’s culinary holiday. Even though classes have just begun, take time to unwind with a cup of coffee and a Parisian treat. [top-5-gallery] A version of this article appeared in the Jan. 30 print edition. Clara Yang is a staff writer. Email her ... Read more »

New twists on men’s Ivy style

New twists on men’s Ivy style

November 29, 2012
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Ivy style, which originated from the Ivy League look of the 20th century, remains popular from casual to formal fashion, day to night, and for any occasion, inside or outdoors. Famous among all ages, this style can easily create a simple but sophisticated look for men. Making an even preppier comeback... Read more »

Find the ideal moisturizer to protect you from harsh winter winds

Find the ideal moisturizer to protect you from harsh winter winds

November 28, 2012
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As fall fades, strong, harsh winter winds blow through the city. These icy winds not only give you the chills but also steal moisture from your face. If you are suffering from dry, itchy skin, don’t fret — there is a solution for every type of complexion. For oily skin If your skin is normally... Read more »

Top five haunted attractions in New York City

Top five haunted attractions in New York City

October 29, 2012
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As you enter a dark room, floorboards creak beneath your feet. You can hear the wind howling outside. Suddenly, you hear a piercing scream and a bloody hand grab your shoulder. If this kind of fear thrills you, take a trip to a haunted house this Halloween season. Here are the top five scariest haunted... Read more »

Ditch axe: five best cologne brands

Ditch axe: five best cologne brands

October 17, 2012
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When it comes to men’s cologne, there are countless scents to choose from. Most are too strong and overpowering, making them unpleasant for the wearer and those around him. Ditch the Axe body spray and check out the five best subtle fragrances for fall. 1. Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue Pour Ho... Read more »

China’s caves decorate NYU’s walls

China’s caves decorate NYU’s walls

October 5, 2012
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The first-ever digitized reconstructions of the ancient world opened recently as part of a groundbreaking exhibit on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. “Echoes of the Past: The Buddhist Cave Temples of Xiangtangshan” at NYU’s Institute for Study of the Ancient World displays Chinese sculptures from... Read more »

What’s in your bag?

What’s in your bag?

September 27, 2012
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Jimin Yoo, a second-year graduate student at the Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, shares her passion for singing as she opens her backpack. It is filled with treats that share the same musical theme. Although she is studying education, Yoo has always loved music. Throughout... Read more »

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