Timothée Chalamet could wear a trashbag and I would still bow down to him, begging Anna Wintour to let him grace the cover of Vogue. So, naturally, when it came time to review the fashion scene at this year’s Academy Awards, I forgot every other A-list star was there because I was so captivated by Chalamet’s Prada tracksuit.The moment he stepped on the carpet, it felt like a resurgence of Old Hollywood glamour came to dazzle the flashing cameras.
In this series, Style Editor Nina Franco and senior Amy Kuptz help our Editor-in-Chief Samantha Brunn clean out and update her wardrobe. Amy runs her own business, Get Dressed with Amy, in which she curates style guides for her clients based on their needs. This episode, we wrap up with Nina, Samantha and Amy talking about their reflections on the series and what it's been like for Samantha to wear some new clothes.
This week on "Quarter Life Closet Crisis," Nina talks with Amy about the process of choosing new items for Samantha’s wardrobe, and we hear Samantha’s reaction to those recommendations.
In this series, Style Editor Nina Franco and senior Amy Kuptz help our Editor-in-Chief Samantha Brunn clean out and update her wardrobe. Amy runs her own business, Get Dressed with Amy, in which she curates style guides for her clients based on their needs.
Our personal styles mean so much to every one of us, even if we don’t always sport it in the most trendy or lavish ways. Our style is the product of our ever-changing environments. As The Student’s new Style Editor, I hope to give our audience some insight about how Miami has shaped the way we dress and personify ourselves — for better or worse — because my style has been affected by it firsthand.
Before Jeff Pegues glossed television screens across the country as CBS News' Justice and Homeland Security correspondent, he was a football player at Miami University with a pre-med major with his eyes set on the NFL.
Revered general, Charles Duke, was in tenth grade when he decided he wanted to serve his country. Duke knew he wanted to fly planes and he did, but he never imagined he would land a lunar module on the moon.
With the investigation into the alleged Russian hacking of the 2016 presidential election in full-force and Trump's ordered missile strike in Syria complete, it poses the question -- will the United States ever be able to make amends with Russia?