Alumnus Reflects on Oscar de la Renta

Nicole Schlaeppi • The Spectator Former Seattle University student Andrew Hoge. Standing at 6’5,” Seattle University alumnus Andrew Hoge makes an impression long before you hear his voice. Impeccably well-dressed, well-mannered and well-educated, he is the quintessential PR professional. Though Hoge currently works as the Assistant Manager and Communication Coordinator for Luly Yang, a Seattle-based […]

Bows Before Bros: Back To School

Another year, another wardrobe. Am I right? Welcome back to a new year, Redhawks! If you’re reading this, congratulations! You have found the Spectator’s weekly fashion column by none other than yours truly, which means 1. you have excellent decision-making skills on what you read, and 2. you probably have a passion for fashion just […]

Fall Fashion

1. Oversized Knits Grandpa sweaters are back and bigger than ever. Literally. This season, the bigger and bulkier, the better. Oversized knits are taking over the runway, and what better place to wear this trend than in the chilly Northwest? A word to the wise: to avoid channeling too much Grandpa, pair your sweater with […]

Spring Fashion

Illustrations by Alyssa Brandt Spring Fashion Button Downs You can do just about anything with a button down this season—tie it, cut it, tuck it, twist it, Bop It, you name it. Designers are taking the classic cotton button down and reinventing it with modern twists like cutouts, bows, and dramatic silhouettes. Go for the […]

SU Fashion Club Brings Catwalk to Campus

The Fashion Club of Seattle University (FCSU) is combining sweet style with street style in their seventh annual “On My Block” Fashion Show this Saturday, April 12. “Our theme this year is titled ‘A Romantic Rebellion,’ so we’re playing with light and flowy versus dark and edgy,” said freshman Kathryn Vaccaro, modeling chair of Fashion […]

Fashionable Ways to Warm Your Legs

I have not worn pants in three and a half years. That’s right. I have worn nothing but skirts, dresses and the occasional leggings since I was a senior in high school. Year after year I have persevered through the relentless Seattle rain, and I once even survived an icy Chicago winter in only dresses. […]

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