Tag: fashion

Carabella owner likes Oakmont’s small-town vibe

| November 19, 2014 | 0 Comments
Carabella owner likes Oakmont’s small-town vibe

By Arianna Costanzo, Point Park News Service: Carol Kinkela, owner of Carabella in Oakmont, has a quaint little store with few employees who she has known for quite some time. Kinkela said she loves the small town and the close vibes she has with her employees and her customers. Being in the business for 18 […]

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Campus reps bring fashion to schools

| February 6, 2014 | 0 Comments
Campus reps bring fashion to schools

By Annie Stephan, Point Park News Service: As fashion student Cassandra Neely sits in class and talks about scoring clothing without spending money, her classmates are all ears. As a brand ambassador for Bib + Tuck, it is Neely’s responsibility to spread the word about the company, passing out branded merchandise and promoting the company […]

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Team jerseys trend from superstition to high fashion

| January 15, 2014 | 0 Comments
Team jerseys trend from superstition to high fashion

By Marc S. Witkin, Point Park News Service: When Jeff DeSilvvy, 36, throws on a black-and-gold jersey, it’s more than just grabbing a sweater from the closet on game day. “I wear my gear year-round,” DeSilvvy said. “I’m a fan year-round, not just on game day or during the playoffs.” Sports fans in Pittsburgh, especially […]

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A Little Bit of Lace

| October 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Katie Pflug, Point Park News Service: I write about fashionable fashions for a preppie shopper on a budget. I want everyone to understand that it is possible to have an amazing closet of quality clothes while still shopping on a budget. Join me at http://fashionfromkatie.wordpress.com/.

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Even Crazy Dreams Come True

| October 31, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Katelyn Howard, Point Park News Service: I am a stylish, independent woman studying public relations and advertising in the gorgeous city of Pittsburgh. This blog will chronicle my journey as I use confidence, hard work,and a little bit of sparkle to get what I want from my career, my relationships and my life. Join […]

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Wood Street boutique brings European styles to Pittsburgh

| October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
Wood Street boutique brings European styles to Pittsburgh

By Ashley Kolumban, Point Park News Service: Hidden along heavily traveled Wood Street in downtown Pittsburgh is a rare European gem: Boutique La Passerelle, owned by Adele Morelli. Q: What is Boutique la Passerelle? Morelli: Boutique la Passerelle is a boutique in downtown Pittsburgh. It’s at 417 Wood St. It means “boutique of the runway” […]

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Fashion trucks drive new trends

| October 29, 2013 | 0 Comments
Fashion trucks drive new trends

By Emily Bastaroli, Point Park News Service: A blue blouse with gold buttons glimmers in the fall sun in Oakland, drawing Brittany Bauer to come closer. It hangs on a rack of colorful clothes outside of a bright purple truck. The truck holds even more fashion treasures from patterned dresses and sweaters, to workout gear, […]

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Wear What?

| October 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Madison Taylor, Point Park News Service: Wear What? is dedicated to the colorful worlds of fashion and beauty. Here you will find the things that make me my happiest — obscure thrift-store purchases, shopping hauls, makeup tutorials, reviews and tips. Plus you can expect occasional posts featuring my outfits and modeling experiences. See my […]

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Stitched: Threading together odds & ends of trends

| October 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Ashley Kolumban, Point Park News Service: The Steel City is no stranger to the high fashion culture that feeds today’s style. Fashion is universal, style is personal. I am here to inspire your inner Jackie O because confidence is the best accessory you can own. Find your fashion fix at http://stitchedfashion.wordpress.com/.

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Stockings give designer a leg-up on fashion career

| October 8, 2013 | 0 Comments
Stockings give designer a leg-up on fashion career

By Emily Bastaroli, Point Park News Service: Models strut down the runway in plastic, neon tunics layered over matching leotards, accentuated by the white backdrop of the room. Complementing neon streaks are threaded through their voluminous up-dos. But the bright stockings on each woman stand out the most – in various neon colors and geometric […]

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