Inside: INTERVIEW WITH ENK PRESIDENT TOM NASTOS 20 under $20 CALENDAR
Letter from the Editor Hello 2014!
new year is here and it is time to start the year off right. While some people make the same old New Yearâ€™s resolutions, others challenge themselves to step out of their comfort zone and try something new. With a fresh new year comes a fresh new look! This issue welcomes new sections, a couple of new writers and a new graphic design crew to the team. My favorite new section is Newsworthy which has all the latest information about students, past events, and whatâ€™s new and upcoming on campus. Will you challenge yourself this year to get more involved? Start by sharing your fresh 2014 Berkeley event photos by using @BerkeleyCollege #BerkeleyCollege and #BusinessWithStyle. For more information about becoming a part of the magazine whether it be for writing, modeling, layout design, or editing please contact us at email@example.com.
Tom Nastos Interview.... 4
Accessories Corner... 5 Trend Time............... 6 Beauty Bar............... 8 Profile....................... 9 Expressions............ 10 20 Under $20......... 12 Newsworthy........... 14 Faculty Spotlight..... 15 Calendar................. 16 Credits.................... 16
Happy New Year!
Julie Vinolas Editor-in-Chief
COVER IMAGE: ENK Coterie Tradeshow student Raquel Rivera
Tom Nastos Interview by Raquel Rivera As stated on the “Fashion ENK International | Coterie ’13” post, I had the amazing opportunity to interview the president of ENK International Tom Nastos. During the interview Tom stated key facts that I believe every student should apply to their future.
and how does that work for e-commerce or any other type of retail or am I really more of a product development person. Once you can do that than you can really enforce your game plan, I am very big on having a plan. All young people should a plan.”
Not only did Tom give us great advice on ways we can become successful in the fashion industry, but he also gave us insight on how the digital world is revolutionizing the business. ENK introduced a new feature that has been added to the ENK International Trade Show known as “Shop the Floor”.
Question: What steps did you take to get to where you are today? Tom: I had a game plan from the beginning. I think for most people it’s great to have dreams but for a lot of people you don’t know what’s ahead of you and it’s hard to imagine where you could go. I always put a three year program together, I say I’m here today and in 36 months I could imagine myself to be in this particular place in my career. I follow through on it and the obvious is hard work. Question: What advice would you give the student fresh out of college trying to find a job in the fashion industry? Tom: I think you have to look very carefully at yourself and what your skill set is and say “I’m very good at this”. Maybe that youngster would really be interested in working in e-commerce, e-commerce a lot of money is going into it and fashion is embracing e-commerce. So the question is “What’s my skill set?”
ENK Coterie Tradeshow student Raquel Rivera with ENK President, Tom Nastos
Watch the video interview here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mA1G275lZ9k “Shop the Floor is an online tool that is provided to the exhibitors for free that they can utilize to communicate with their buyers. ENK International has the largest exhibitor base and retail base in the world, if you’re an exhibitor you have the ability to communicate with over 10,000 retailers. It allows everyone to have a much more even plane field. A small brand if they carefully use social media can have greater impact than a larger brand.That is revolutionary!” – Tom Nastos To learn more about Shop the Floor visit https://shopthefloor.com/ With all this gained knowledge I am ready to make my 3-year game plan! Are you? 4
Completing a Look by Alyssa Parisi We all know it’s hard to stay fashionable in the winter when all we want to do is bundle up in our sweatpants. So here are a few tips and tricks to keep fashion alive in the winter! Cute fur accents (faux of course!) Luxurious fur jackets look great in the snow over comfy clothes (especially all black). This can be done in several ways: a fur vest, a simple fur piece such as a shrug, or a simple fur jacket.
Photo by Sherry Wu
Old World Glam by Christine Brooks There is absolutely no doubt that fashion is an ever-changing industry. What was in last season, just may not be in again in the next. This goes the same for jewelry. While 2013 was all about the statement necklace and baubles, the year 2014 seems to be going back in time. With inspirations from the art deco era to even the Byzantine period, 2014 seems to be all about “Royal Treasures.” Think “Old World Glam meets New World Charm” when accessorizing next year.
The ABCs Winter Trend Guide by Shauna Farrell
Winter 2014 promises to be full of glamour, luxe, and unseasonable colors. With these trends, you will forget how bitter it is outside as you slip into the seasonâ€™s hottest trends. Here is the alphabetical guide you will need to update your wardrobe.
nimal prints. What can be more fun than a pair of leopard print harem pants with a chunky sweater? If you are not ready to take on the harem pants style, a chic leopard tote will be an excellent accessory to break up dark outfits.
I J K
legance. From lace pieces to soft pinks and off whites, winter is looking a little like spring. Take on this trend by pairing lacy, pink tights with a darker dress. Blush colored heels are another way to take advantage of this trend on cold days.
ce, ice baby. Bring on the bling! Oversized necklaces and rings add a fun element to any outfit.
aroque. A la Dolce & Gabbana. With influences from the Baroque period their dark, heavy adorned clothes and gold accessories add glamour to customary dark winter clothes.
oats. Coats were a main focus for Winter 2014. Trends like color blocking and adornments have added a special element to your traditional peacoat. Different cuts and styles have turned coats into fashionable pieces this season.
resses.Take you favorite summer dress and add a blazer to it, with tights and a pair of tall boots. By mixing and matching, you can transform any summer dress into a go to winter outfit.
arem pants. I was on the fence with this trend, but a great pair of harem pants with a chunky sweater or denim jacket can look chic. These pants look best with a classic heel. Bonus tip: as Harem pants can be lightweight and may be transparent, wear a pair of nude leggings underneath your pants.
loral. We can see floral prints in jeans, sweaters, and dresses. Take a pair of floral skinnies and a classic sweater. Remember, balance with solid pieces to avoid taking away from the trend.
ray. Gray is the new black. From gray sweaters to gray jeans, there are many ways to take on this trend. For the rocker, a gray pair of zip ankle skinnies and a black bomber jacket will be your go to outfit. 6
ean jackets. Borrowed from the 80â€™s, the denim jacket is back.You can stick with a classic jacket, or a jacket with studs.
nits. There is nothing better than chunky knits in the winter. They are best paired with leggings, skinny jeans, and tall boots. Break away this year and try a fun color or print.
ace & Leather. Take your favorite lace piece from summer and bring it in to the winter by adding a fly away sweater, jeans, and tall, heeled boots. Leather everything is so hot right now. Leather leggings, skirts, and dresses can be easily dressed for the winter. Leather sweatshirts look great with jeans and chic heeled boots.
TREND TIME incorporate this trend on cold days. BONUS TIP: Chambray is a go to color.
ueen Me! Overly jeweled headbands that look like mini crowns are the best hair accessory this year. When wearing this headband, keep your clothes simple, making the headband your focal piece.
ellingtons. Rain boots. These are the best for winter conditions.There are many variations of these boots as well as colors and prints. Bonus tip: Pair with thick socks as these sometimes do not keep your feet warm.
S T U
ary Janes. These classic shoes add an element of prep to any outfit. Pair these with a dress and fun tights or with a pair of skinny jeans and a classic sweater. ightwear.The pajama pants are no longer loungewear. They are being paired with clean sweaters and simple heels. If you are daring enough, you can wear the pants with the matching tops. It is important to keep this trend as clean as possible since it can be tricky. range. This color came in to the winter with us. Pair orange with khaki colored pants. Throw on a denim jacket or a fun scarf to add more warmth. Finish this look with riding boots for a classic look. rep Couture. Think prep school style. Jumpers and skirts paired with sweater tights and tall boots are a girly take on winter. Skinny jeans worn with a classic sweater and a collared shirt underneath is another way to
ocker Chic. Bring on the 90’s grunge. Leather, flannels, and ripped jeans have been revamped. The key to keeping it chic is to make sure they’re fitted. tuds. Valentino studs can be seen everywhere. Sweaters, jeans, shoes, and bags have all been studded. There is a piece for everyone. wo Tones. This trend is mostly seen with shoes. Cap toe heels in two colors are …? nique Prints. This season we see many prints. From animal to tribal, there are prints for everyone. You can see these trends in pants, sweaters, and bags. elvet. Velvet has been seen on almost every runway. Velvet sweaters keep you warm and are very soft. Like most trends, it is best to keep this at a one piece maximum. 7
OXO. Lips are bright this season. Lipsticks and glosses are brighter than
usual. Kiss lips are on the front of sweatshirts and handbags for an added element of fun in your wardrobe. ellow.Yellow was a popular season color. Victoria Beckham used pops of yellow in her winter collection. This is the best way to add a burst of color to dark clothing. oe Karssen. This line is full of fun prints and slogan sweatshirts as well as printed T-shirts. This is a fun way to send a message in your clothing.
Beach Waves by Alyssa Parisi It’s hard to maintain unruly hair during snow and wind conditions, especially when you have a great outfit and your hair is lacking in the “fabulousity” department. Beach waves aren’t just for the summer. Spraying sea salt in wet hair will leave your hair looking effortless and perfectly tousled in the winter. Also, the wet snow won’t ruin your hairstyle, but it will help maintain the look all day.
Winter Beauty Must-Have Looks by Krystel Castro
This winter’s musthave makeup takes fall makeup trends into deeper, simpler, and richer looks. Making its comeback is the ever so popular no makeup look.The base is to have a good foundation and a good concealer.The point is to create a flawless look with minimal effort (at least that’s what we want people to think). Revlon’s photoready foundation and concealer is the perfect duo to achieve this simple look for less. Want to take your simple look over the edge? Take ELF studio cream eyeliner and create statement lines like a winged out cat eye and pair it with some nude lips and a peachy pink
blush to add some color to your cheeks. If you really want to try something bold, go for a vampy red-wine lipstick like Sephora’s lipstick. It will surely have your lips screaming “kiss me” so make sure to carry it in your purse ladies for reapplication and touch ups! Black and brown aren’t the only colors used to create the smokey eye. This season’s colors range from blue, purple, green, gold, and caramel eyeshadows, which are the go-to-looks in creating a smokey eye. NYX single eyeshadows have each of these colors in shimmer, glitter, sheer, metallic, frosty and matt shades to fit any preference. It is a great alternative to purchasing overly expensive high-end brands. So save that extra cash and 8
splurge on a Starbucks date with a special someone or a girls night out while sporting any of the winter’s must have makeup looks! Berkeley Fashion Magazine wants to see how you recreate any of these winter’s must have looks, so tag #wintermakeuplooks on instagram or @BerkeleyCollege on twitter to share your fabulous looks! Ta-ta for now! Revlon Photoready Foundation Revlon Photoready Concealer ELF Studio Cream Eyeliner Sephora Rouge Cream Lipstick (crush 23) Deep Reddish Plum NYX Single Eyeshadow “Make Up Trends Fall Winter 2013.” Web log post. EALUXECOM. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Oct. 2013. http://www.ealuxe.com/ make-up-trends-fall-winter-2013-2014/.
Elie Saab by Angelica Rodriguez Beirut is often referred to as “the Paris of the Middle East,” due that some of the most spectacular fashion designers emerge from this area. This includes Lebanese fashion designer Elie Saab, a master of sophistication, whose fairytale creations have been worn by celebrities and royalty alike. The self-taught fashion genius, dazzles with his intricate beading and strong sense of beauty. His specialty is the ultimate dress that highlights a woman’s silhouette with delicate embroideries and his outstanding quality. Elie Saab was born on July 4th 1964 in Beirut to a wood merchant and a housewife. He was the eldest of five children and at the early age of nine realized his love for fashion and started making dresses for his younger sisters. As a child he spent much of his much of his free time cutting patterns and drawing sketches for them, using his mother’s tablecloths and curtains for fabrics. By the time he became a teenager, he was an established force in his neighborhood, creating fashions for a small network of loyal clients. In a recent interview Mr. Saab said “I was born with this passion of creating and making dresses and was always surrounded by beautiful women, from sisters to my neighbors, so the desire to dress them and make them look elegant was my constant inspiration.”
When he turned 18, he opened up his own couture atelier in Beirut with over a dozen employees. By this time he was already a master dress maker and presented his first collection to a public. He was instantly rewarded with huge success and “rapidly transcended Beirut’s borders, attracting women from
“ I was
born with this passion of creating and making dresses and was always surrounded by beautiful women, from sisters to my neighbors, so the desire to dress them and make them look elegant was my constant inspiration.”
high society” according to Eliesaab.com. However, what really made him a worldwide sensation was the dress worn by Halle Berry to the 2002 Oscars. She was nominated and won the best actress award and the next day her picture in her Elie Saab’s dress was posted everywhere. From that day on, Elie Saab became a worldwide phenomenon. 9
Fast forward to eleven years later and he is a definite favorite amongst A-list celebrities. Vogue writes “ Sequins, shimmer, shine and crystals are very much the mainstay of this designer’s creations and there is only ever one destination in mind for his gowns – the red carpet”. He has dressed everyone from Angelina Jolie, Rihanna, Katy Perry and Gwyneth Paltrow, to name a few. Women adore him because has the ability to take simple designs and embellish them in such a way that it magnifies their femininity and elegance. Fashion is who he is and even with all the success that he has attained, he is not planning on slowing down anytime soon. The only thing that is certain is that the future is bright for this amazing designer. Elie Saab sums up that, “Elegance is a statement, an attitude. Elegant women are women of character with confidence.”
The Winter is Here... by Shane Osinloye It’s freezing outside!
Take it from a New Yorker. Get a very warm jacket. Hoping that you heard ole Ned Stark’s voice saying “The winter is coming” in a bone chilling Shane Osinloye moment of Game of Thrones, you will realize, “Hey, those northerners know a whole bunch of stuff about the north, being from the north and all, I guess...”. From our basic human need to stay warm, to our most superficially gorgeous senses of style, being from Gotham City is a definite advantage. I could write a thesis on this one subject alone. I plan on at least beginning a column here. We, as New Yorkers, from the port city of Lady Liberty, have a responsibility to share the inherent fashion expertise we a born with asYankees. The first question one would ask is, “How does being a New Yorker give you ‘inherent’ fashion expertise?” There are various answers, from superficial to statistical. Let’s start with the superficial and work our way up. I am one of the 44% of
African American men pursuing a higher education, while growing up in a household earning over the median income of $75,000. Looking in my closet, I definitely spend the 300 percent more in higher end retail grocers more than any other high-income household by race according to the Huffington Post article “Report Finds Black Buying Power To Reach $1.1 Trillion.”
“Report Finds Black Buying Power To R e a c h $ 1 . 1 Trillion” Source: http://www.huffingtonpost. com/2011/11/10/black-buying-power-torea_n_1086369.html
Boy did I learn how to spend! Coming from the hip-hop culture is a lifestyle submerged in the consumer experience. Coming from nothing to something has a way of making you want to get everything you never had. Not to mention, New York’s population density. I came from a high school class of nearly a thousand people, if not over. It was a fashion show. The newest Jordans, until we learned luxury brand’s sneakers are around the same price point, the latest jeans, the flyest coats. It’s where I developed my style, 10
from my fitted fit, to the cuts and designs of my favorite brands. What can I say? I like high fashion. Some of my spending comes from my diversity. I was born in New York, my mother in London, and her mother from Barbados before her, who met my grandfather as they attended Oxford together. Mom comes here, and educates her son on brands like Burberry, and Louis Vuitton, my favorites. Mom would take me on shopping expeditions, show me how to dress myself, and pick up a few items along the way as well. She looked perfect in a Burberry trench. I immediately aspired to be successful, so I could get her the finer things she appreciates. No wonder I appreciate the leadership of a powerful woman such as Burberry’s soon to be former CEO, Angela Ahrendts, who will lead Apple to the excellent horizontal growth and high value innovation she’s brought to Burberry since 2006. Another insider tip: high fashion does not necessarily mean high prices without high quality. My Damier belt from LV was replaced three times since I first purchased it in 2009 at absolutely no cost to me. Louis Vuitton has pride in their product line, and if there merchandise breaks, they are more
than willing to show you they stand behind their product by taking responsibility and replacing it. Learn from your experiences, and remember and share the good consumer experiences you have! I’ve had similar experiences and Frye, where I wore down my boots to the leather on the right boot. For $15 USD, they took my boots in, replaced the worn down parts, and refurbished the rest of the boot. They were already amazing, and in two weeks, after one express delivery from the Keebler elves, they were amazing and brand spanking new. Polished even! Aside from my much more robust career in consumer marketing and production, I formerly managed a Lacoste, managed sales at an Express Fashion, and worked at a Burberry and Bath & Body Works.
This brings all the trivial elements of my personal life to a career of building consumer relationships directly related to the fashion industry. We live in a temperate deciduous forest, meaning it experiences four season, meaning four seasons of fashion, an industry already volatile with the whims of its rising and falling trends. That is accompanied with keeping up with the scents of the season, accessorizing, and matching outfits to the various dimensions of a New York City lifestyle. New York itself is at the helm of fashion capitals of the world. The most significant conclusion of all of these observations, and the experiences which accompany them, is I am not unique! I am one of 8.34 Million New Yorkers, with our wild and diverse histories,
work experiences, and fashion expertise. The land of the hipsters, pop up shops, and snow laden loft parties. Speaking of, it’s going to be cold. I know this. We had no hurricanes, I feel the air is off, and freezing winds will sweep in from Canada and overtake our land. We will have mild days, and bone chilling cold. This is where I need your help! I want your suggestions, your recommendations, for topics and for tips on how to survive in our urban terrain comfortably, and at the peak of fashion. Mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org with anything tips and topics. I will oblige. And please, for my sake, buy a warm jacket. Heed this northerner’s words, “The Winter is Here”.
Excerpted from Black Enterprise article, “African-American’s Buying Power Projected to be $1.1 Trillion By 2015” There are 43 million African Americans in the United States, 13.7 percent of the total population, the second largest racial minority in the country. The median age is 32 and 47 percent are under 35 years of age. Even with these impressive numbers and buying power most mainstream advertisers are not inclusive, do not include African Americans in media and marketing plans and have underestimated the market size. The Nielsen Company study entitled “African-American Consumers:
Still Vital, Still Growing,” which was commissioned by the National Newspaper Publishers Association, shows the underrepresented potential and spending power of the African American community. According to the study: between 2000 and 2009, the number of African Americans attending some college or earning degrees has grown: 45 percent of men; 54 percent of women. Households earning $75,000 or more grew by more than 60 percent, faster than the rest of the population. African American’s average income nationwide is $47,290.
So what does this all mean in business terms? It means African Americans wield tremendous buying power. The Nielsen study showed numerous shopping trends, mostly for household, health and beauty, travel, smart phones and child related items. “The Nielsen report is very encouraging because it shows the African American population is a tremendous financial asset to this country’s economic recovery,” says Calvin Harris, Jr. , President & CEO of the National Association of Black Accountants.
Source: C. Daniel Baker, “African Amerrican Buying Power Projected to be $1.1 Trillion By 2015.” Black Enterprise. 6 Feb 2014. <http://www.blackenterprise.com/small-business/african-american-buying-power-projected-trillions/>
TWENTY UNDER TWENTY
20 under $20 by Julie Vinolas With the holiday season coming to an end we all seem to be low on funds. Thanks to stores like Joyce Leslie, we are able to stay on trend while staying on a budget this season! This store has something for everyone whether your style is classic, girly, edgy, sporty, bohemian, and so on. Visit JoyceLeslie.com or a Joyce Leslie store near you to get these trends!
Highs and Wows High-Waist Sailor Pant
When in Paris Graphic Top
This classic dark pant can be worn with heels, boots, flats, anything really! The high-waist fit adds some edge to the outfit and be paired with a number of tops.
This graphic top can be worn with jean or leggings. It will keep you warm while staying on trend.
Nail It Elastic Waist Wine Skater Skirt
If You Dare Kimono Cardigan
Weaving High-Low Metallic Top
What a great find! Pair this with some combat boots and a black crop top or button down and you’ll be in budget and in style!
The graphic on this cardigan adds some fun to an all-black outfit. At just under $15 what a deal!
Here is another great piece that can be worn another of ways. Pair it with leggings, a skirt, or even a jean and see how the outfit transforms.
Day and Night Colorblock Faux Leather Skirt
Back in Town Studded Biker Jacket
Pinstripe Perfection Periwinkle Stripe Blouse
This skirt sports the colorblocking trend that we have seen everywhere while at a great cost!
You can never go wrong with a classic button-down blouse. It’s comfortable and always trendy while at a great price.
The Judging Panel-Striped Legging
Who doesn’t like a nice jacket for this season! The studs add some personality and at only $19.99 this is a great deal!
Going Deep Halter Top $12.99
Another great find! This halter top is under $15! The rich color is very trendy and very on budget!
At just ten dollars, this is one of my favorites! The dark color with the stripe down the side adds some fun to the classic black legging.
TWENTY UNDER TWENTY Glitter Glamour Turtleneck Sweater Dress
Times Are Changing Watch Set
Circle of Life Ruffle Infinity Scarf
Another one of my favorites! Perfect for the girl who loves her soft pinks and pearls while still needs to stay on a budget!
This scarf is great for the cold weather and is very trendy! And did you see the price?! Not even ten dollars!!
This cute dress is great for a weekend party or for going out to dinner. For a dress like this pull your hair back to show off all the cut out detail!
Sweet Emotion Fitted Dress
Stick It To ‘Em Etched Necklace
With Valentine’s Day around the corner, a rich color like this will definitely be on trend! At $17.99 you will still have some extra money to spend on all your accessories!
Straight Up Slouchy Flat Boot
What another cute find! This will also keep you warm this season while staying on trend.
By far one of the best finds! This necklace is great when paired with a button down or solid colored top! Really make this item the focal point of your outfit!!
Fantasy Floral Stretch Headband $6.99
This is beyond cute. This headband will definitely draw attention your way while still staying on budget!
A Real Trooper Foldover Combat Boot
Fringe Fest Faux Leather Tote
This boot is great for pairing with jeans or leggings.
Winter in Paris Pointelle Beret
This bag is perfect to through your wallet, lipgloss, and other essentials in when you’re running out the door! The fringe details adds some drama while the price great!
What an awesome price for a Combat Boot! You can wear it the classic way or fold it over to show off the cute grey cheetah print pattern on the inside!
NEWSWORTHY This quarter students came together to dress mannequins on campus. The clothes were all purchased from H&M and selected by members of the fashion club who went on a shopping trip a few weeks before. Be sure to check with your fashion club or student development to find out when shopping dates are and dressing mannequin dates are. Keep an eye out for fashion mannequins on your campus! Students dressing mannequin at Paramus location, from left: Aliyah Silver, Julie Vinolas, Ashley Arguelles, and Bailee St. Victor
Pictured above at Woodland Park location, from left: Jinean Najjar, Julie Vinolas, Bailee St. Victor, and Ashley Arguelles
MARK FRIEDBERG 1) When did you know you wanted to work in fashion?
I never intended to work in fashion. My original plans were to go to law school. I worked at Saks Fifth Avenue during my college years and entered their executive training program after graduation. The rest is history. I became a buyer and never left the field.
2) What was your favorite industry job?
My favorite industry job was being in charge of the Saks Fifth Avenue Folio Division which was their mail order catalog division. I enjoyed the challenge of managing many departments and turning around the division to profitability.
3) Is there a mantra that you live by?
My mantra is to appreciate and value family, do the best job possible and enjoy life because one never knows when it will end.
4) What’s your favorite course to teach at Berkeley?
My favorite course is FAS245--Merchandise Planning and Buying. I was a buyer and merchandise manager, so I realize the importance of retail mathematics to profit. I feel it is important for any fashion student to learn and understand the relationships between cost and retail and P&L statements.
5) What fashion item can you not live without?
The fashion item I cannot live without is a watch. I love watches and own many and never leave home without one on my wrist. Mark Friedberg is currently the Berkeley College Fashion Club adviser.
EVENTS & EXHIBITS “Trend-ology” thru May 10th, FIT Museum, 27 @ 7th The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to Catwalk thru Feb 23rd, Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy
Garment District Walking Tours with Mike Kaback Jan 8th & 23rd, 2pm, Reserve: email@example.com In Conversation: Tim Gunn & Valerie Steele Jan 20th, 7pm,
Brooklyn Museum, 200 Eastern Pkwy
Jewels by JAR thru Mar 9th, MET Museum, Fifth Avenue @ 82nd
Alta Moda by Mario Testino thru Mar 29th, Spanish Institute, 684 Park Ave An American Style: Global Sources for New York Textiles thru Feb 2, 2014, Bard Graduate Center, 18 W 86th St.
THREEASFOUR (avant garde fashion collective) through Feb 2nd, The Jewish Museum, 1109 Fifth Ave
Super Bowl Fashion Exhibition custom-designed fashion helmets Jan 15th-Feb 4th, Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave
SHOPPING HIGHLIGHTS Rent the Runway at Henri Bendel ongoing, 712 Fifth Ave Marc Jacobs Beauty 385 Bleeker St.
COMING SOON! Elegance in an Age of Crisis opens Feb 7th, FIT Museum Bill Cunningham: The Facades Project opens Mar 7th PLEASE NOTE: Events listed in this section are not related to or sponsored by Berkeley College.
CALLING ALL BERKELEY COLLEGE FASHIONISTA!! Berkeley College is co-sponsoring a Prom Fashion Show at the Rockaway Center Mall in Rockaway, NJ Show Date: Friday, March 7, 2014 ShowTime: 6pm-8pm Open Call for the following: • Fashion Show Coordinators • Stylists • Runners/ Dressers
OPEN TO ALL MAJORS! If you are interested contact : Ashante Barnes, firstname.lastname@example.org or Jenn Litvak, email@example.com Sponsored by: Fashion Club and Student Development & Campus Life
CREDITS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Julie Vinolas, Paramus Student ASSISTANT EDITOR Ileana Ramos, Paramus Student DESIGN & PRODUCTION TEAM Woodland Park Students Valerie Peter, Sherry Wu, Wimper Briones, James Vanegas, Lijin Joy ADVISORS Joshua Williams, Fashion Marketing Chair, Larry L. Luing School of Business
For more information about Berkeley College graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed programs, and other important disclosures, please visit BerkeleyCollege.edu/disclosures. All artwork used by permission. © 2014 Berkeley College. All Rights Reserved.
Dr. Joyce McNeill, English Faculty, School of Liberal Arts Eileen MacAvery, Graphic Design Chair, School of Professional Studies Jennifer Litvak, Assistant Dean of Student Development and Campus Life, Online