STITCH celebrated the launch of our April issue by hosting our very first Fashion Night with Unity Fashion Show. We would like to thank our sponsors, ASG and Downtown Evanston, as well as all our fabulous friends:
STITCH enjoyed a fun and fashionable night with SPOON, Northwestern's newest food magazine, at their launch party.
Street Team stopped by the Unity Fashion Show's latest fundraiser -- read more to check out our stylish snaps.
Denise Lu (Weinberg, ’14) shows off her pro layering skills (a must for this weather) with a classic blazer, open-knit sweater, and beyond-bright skirt. Blazer: Urban Outfitters, Shirt: Urban Outfitters, T-shirt: Target, Skirt: Forever 21, Rings: Forever 21/from her mom Like what you’re reading? Help keep Stitch going by donating to our Kickstarter...
Spotted in Allison: Wyatt Fair (School of Comm, ’15) shows us how to pair cranberry red Doc Martens with a chambray shirt for a cool, modern take on some old school pieces. Shirt: Buffalo Exchange; Jacket: Obey Like what you’re reading? Help keep Stitch going by donating to our Kickstarter fund here.
Sarah Sherman (Communications ’15) shows us how to take advantage of the warm weather by combining bold prints, textures, and colors.
Allisha’s bright blue coat is a perfect way to add color to an otherwise subdued cold-weather wardrobe. Knee socks, floral tights, and a beyond-cozy scarf complete this wintry look. Allisha Azlan, Medill ’15
STITCH celebrated 11.11.11 at the White Party at the Underground Chicago. Spot the stylish party-goers (including a Street Team alum, the one and only Justin Barbin) below:
Rick’s marled knit sweater with elbow patches could not reflect today’s trends any better. Paired with a button-down and Sperrys, it’s a classic look that’s both simple and put-together. Rick Fromm, McCormick ’15
Aileen’s paired her oh-so-cozy sweater with a bright skirt to change up a typical Fall ensemble, while intricate tights and earrings add an unexpected bohemian twist. Aileen McGraw, Weinberg, Class of 2015
STITCH stopped by Project Pumpkin to get into the Halloween spirit and spotted some boo-ti-ful costumes.