23 year-old Diana Amado, creator of Youtube channel SlipsAndStones just recently graduated from New York’s Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in fashion design. Her closet is currently comprised of florals and silk, which is similar to the aesthetic of her incoming internship with Free People. Today we delve deeper into Amado’s vintage style and how she got there. Diana’s infamous clothing rack (Photos courtesy of Diana Amado). How would you describe your style? Diana: As
As someone who has moved around a lot, here is how to handle a move like a pro. (Hover over the gallery to read the comic, click on the photo below to view the comic on mobile) Good luck! #ComicRelief #ArtFeature #Art #September2016 #LOST
When your best friend moves away, it can be hard to tell them exactly how you feel (without crying, of course). I made this with my best friend Jaina in mind. Even after she goes halfway around the world she will still be the brightest star I’ve ever seen. Before The World Was Big / Girlpool We’re Going To Be Friends / The White Stripes Two Of Us On The Run / Lucius Home / Gabrielle Aplin Gone Tomorrow / The Staves Everything Has Changed / Cover by Keywest The Call / Regina S
Art By: Bridget Wong Don’t. Freak. Out.
Whether your worries are because of the unknown of freshman year or the mounting difficulty of junior year, take it calmly and you may be pleasantly surprised. Be open to new opportunities
Try new activities or clubs. Talk to someone you’ve never had a conversation with before. Partake in a class that holds your interest. That way, when you reach the end of your school career, you leave with no regrets. Learn to focus
Start finding good
Photo by: Emma Tierney School’s back! But, for me, this time around is on a whole other level… college. Just when I thought I was getting the hang of the high school scene, I get a diploma and I’m kicked out the door into the real world. Now I have to adapt to a whole new environment again (college), and I wonder, will it take me four years to get used to it? I hope not! I feel like I’m a bit of an expert when it comes to adapting to new environments. In my 17 years, I have l