Jonathan is a sophomore, born and raised in Flushing, Queens, New York. As a Greek and Roman Studies major and a Sociology correlate, he simultaneously studies the really dead and the really alive. His style varies, ranging anywhere from Korean Minimalist Fashion to “Look Sporty Without Actually Being Sporty” (think Tadashi Hamada from Big Hero 6). His love for dressing up probably stems from the hours he spent as a pre-teen playing Maplestory, Neopets, and Animal Crossing.
“My aesthetic is somewhere between ‘Chico’s mom’ and ‘Warped Tour Lolita,'” says Miranda, a freshmen from Hudson, Ohio. She’s usually inspired by specific pieces that she finds- the Vietnam jacket, the tall socks, a great pair of boots- and rearranges her existing wardrobe around the new staple pieces. She loves how fashion gives her the freedom to turn elements of what she was forced to wear as a kid (pleated kilts, knee-high socks, saddle shoes etc.) into vehicles of self-expression and individuality.