Fashion

Red carpet activism: political fashions at the 70th Emmy Awards

BY TESS TUITOEK ’21

The use of award shows as political platforms for celebrities has been a part of Hollywood for a long time. With the advent of the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements, stars and activists have used the red carpet as a platform to speak up about sexual assault, wearing all black in solidarity with the Time’s Up movement at the 75th Golden Globes.

The Androgynous Academic

The Androgynous Academic

BY MINAH KWON ’20

Professor Wesley Chihyung Yu draws attention from all those who catch even the slightest glimpse of him in the corridors of Shattuck Hall.  A professor in the English department with a concentration in Middle Age literature, Yu is a paragon of intellect and an avid appreciator of art.

Unique Little Things

Unique Little Things

BY MINAH KWON ’20

Entering her living quarters, the impeccable taste — and eye for dainty and eccentric collectables of Sarah Chait ’21 is undeniable. A visual arts major and Atlanta native, Chait is a master of ornamentation. She carries herself with absolute sweetness and amiability, and goes about her daily life with a distinct originality. To get a peep into her life, A&E conducted a quick interview to see where her vision stems from.

The Free Bin Femme

The Free Bin Femme

BY MARIANA JARAMILLO ’20

Despite being a millennial, sophomore Annabelle Plowden’s wardrobe is able to emulate the 90’s style of Kurt Cobain. With a head of green hair, Plowden is hard to miss on campus. She leads a busy life that requires a comfortable wardrobe that still allows her to express her rebellious attitude.  Like most people, Plowden doesn’t put a lot of thought into her clothes but is still subliminally inspired by all the media she consumes and by what she sees people around her wearing.