Layer Up! Fashion Finds from the First Frost 

Student Tala Basmouk shows off one of her outfits for the cooler weather. TALA BASMOUK/COURTESY Courtesy/ Tala Basmouk By Grace Cardinal, Staff Writer With the first snowfall on the way, Manhattan College students are preparing for the chill that’s in the air. This winter is bringing back some past trends, and students Tala Bosmouk, Alicia Camargo, and Jasmine Montenegro give their advice on balancing style with … Continue reading Layer Up! Fashion Finds from the First Frost 

MC Alumni Sophie Demurjian Thrives with Small Business “cutandcropped”

by Nicole Fitzsimmons, News Editor In a common room of Horan Hall, communication major Sophie Demurjian ‘21 began her small business “cutandcropped” selling bleached and cropped t-shirts. Today, the business has expanded its items and reach with vintage sweatshirts, jewelry and sweatpants reaching over fifty thousand Instagram followers and customers in her small boutique in SoHo.  The fast-paced experience of college and her busy schedule … Continue reading MC Alumni Sophie Demurjian Thrives with Small Business “cutandcropped”

CVPJ’s, the Pajamas You Can Wear to Class

by Jocelyn Visnov, Asst. Production Editor If you miss wearing your pajamas to class, you’re not alone. Luckily, senior marketing major Caroline Voigt has a solution.  Meet CVPJs: the luxury pajamas you can wear to work. This small business created by Voigt focuses on combining the comfort of your favorite pajamas, with the style and cut of business casual attire.  “The idea is that they’re … Continue reading CVPJ’s, the Pajamas You Can Wear to Class

Commuter Fashion Finds – Style for on the Go

With the incoming fall weather shifting between cool mornings and warm afternoons, students have had to find creative ways to stay stylish yet suited for the weather. For commuter students, maintaining their personal style while traveling is essential to capturing the post-summer, pre-autumn aesthetic. Interviews compiled by Angelina Persaud. Wafa Quhshi ‘24 Exercise Science Major Which item in your wardrobe represents your personality the most? “I … Continue reading Commuter Fashion Finds – Style for on the Go

Back to School Fashion Finds

by Kelly Kennedy, Social Media Editor With classes back in session and students on campus, an outfit for class is no longer just the pajamas or sweatpants some have gotten used to wearing for online lectures. Being back in the classroom, students can now show off their personal style while getting back to a new normal.  Mars Ross ‘23, Communication How would you describe your sense … Continue reading Back to School Fashion Finds

One of One Reworked Vintage

by Marissa Ross, Contributor Luke Lampasona, a Manhattan College junior marketing major, started his own clothing line of one of a kind reworked vintage pieces that are “Inspired by the past, made for today.” His brand is called One of One Reworked Vintage and his designs live up to the name, all being handmade, one of a kind, and sustainably sourced. Lampasona started his business … Continue reading One of One Reworked Vintage

On Campus Fashion Finds: Spring 2021

by Lauren Raziano, Social Media Editor With warmer weather and the world coming back together, students are ready to show off their special styles on and off campus. Alana Quintero is a sophomore from Puerto Rico studying Childhood Education. Alana expresses her Puerto Rican style but has adapted it to the New York lifestyle by wearing her favorite Jordans with her hoops. The Quadrangle: How … Continue reading On Campus Fashion Finds: Spring 2021

Freshman Finds Fashionable Bargains at Wholesalers

by Lauren Schuster Staff Writer Meet Katharine Scheid, a freshman engineering major originally from Long Island. By using her creative eye, she’s interested in fun headbands to allow her to stand out and be unique. She discussed her fashion sense with us. The Quadrangle: How would you describe your style? Katharine Scheid: It’s all over the place sometimes. I like a lot of bright col- … Continue reading Freshman Finds Fashionable Bargains at Wholesalers

MC Student Creates Seaworthy Brand, Looking to Make Mark in the Fashion Industry

Not many students have the ambition and drive to create their own company while still in school, let alone design a brand of seersucker baseball hats. But that is exactly what student Ryan Quattromani intends to do with his brand, named “Seaworthy.” Quattromani is from Rhode Island, from a town called Westerly near the ocean. He says he was inspired by the simplicity of the … Continue reading MC Student Creates Seaworthy Brand, Looking to Make Mark in the Fashion Industry