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A Pitt student models in Friday’s Fall Fashion and Food Truck Fest in the William Pitt Union Plaza.

Pitt’s first fall fashion and food truck fest benefits United Way

By Jessica McKenzie, Culture Editor November 7, 2022
Pitt’s first Fall Fashion and Food Truck Fest took place Friday, with student models, multi-ethnic food trucks and student DJs from WPTS radio station.
Halloween accessories at a store.

Students prepare to fill Oakland with movie character, rapper costumes this weekend

By Sarah Demchak, Staff Writer October 26, 2022
This Halloween, college kids will dress up to party, have a photoshoot with friends or explore haunted houses. Many Pitt students decided to choose their costumes based on convenience, style and budget.
A culture table at the East European Festival in the Cathedral of Learning on Sunday.

East European Festival celebrates cultural diversity with fashion, music and more

By Nicholas Simila, Staff Writer October 16, 2022
Pitt’s Center for Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies held a festival Sunday in the Cathedral of Learning, which featured vendors, educators and advocates with roots from nearly every country in eastern Europe.
Catherine Certo, left, and Nicole Marchese at New York Fashion Week.

‘Only the beginning’: Pitt students attend New York Fashion Week

By Donata Massimiani, Senior Staff Writer October 7, 2022
After signing with Next Model Management — one of the largest modeling agencies worldwide — in Jan. 2022, Suze Esval attended New York Fashion Week last month for her first time as a professional model.
Carson Zaremski dressed as the pope poses for a photo in a crowd of Pitt fans during the football ACC Championship Game against Wake Forest University in Charlotte, N.C.

Pitt superfans gear up for another fashionable football season

By Anoushka Parnerkar, For The Pitt News August 31, 2022
Carson Zaremski, a Pitt alumnus also known as the Pitt Pope, is a game-day fashion icon. Zaremski attends nearly every football game outfitted in a white robe and Pope hat embellished with the Pitt logo and colors.
Pitt graduates after their 2021 graduation at Heinz Field.

Seniors talk graduation outfits, letting their individuality shine

By Punya Bhasin, Contributing Editor April 21, 2022
Since parents and friends will take lots of pictures for graduation, many seniors are busy planning their outfits for the occasion and want to share their fashion tips to other students.
Jessica Erceg is the owner of What’s Good? on South Craig Street.

What’s Good? clothing shop redefines thrifting in Oakland

By Jessica McKenzie, Senior Staff Writer February 1, 2022
The secret to successfully starting your own business is simply getting the guts to do so, according to Stanton Heights resident Jessica Erceg. She opened What’s Good?, a South Craig Street clothing storefront, pretty quickly after getting the idea.
University of Fitsburgh | Looks that caught our eye

University of Fitsburgh | Looks that caught our eye

By Colin Kennedy, For The Pitt News October 31, 2021
GQ named Pittsburgh the third “worst-dressed city in America” in 2011. In the 10 years that have passed since this article hit the net, this City has undergone a multitude of changes. Now, University of Fitsburgh investigates looks from around campus.
Opinion | 2021 Met Gala outfits have something to say and we should listen

Opinion | 2021 Met Gala outfits have something to say and we should listen

By Mackenzie Oster, Staff Columnist September 23, 2021
The daring approach of using fashion as a force for change as an insider at the event was a tactical way of rattling the status quo.
Opinion | The fashion industry hates fat people and the lower class more than it loves money

Opinion | The fashion industry hates fat people and the lower class more than it loves money

By Grace DeLallo, For The Pitt News September 16, 2021
Inclusive sizing and affordable pricing would improve clothing brands' reach and, most likely, their profits. Yet, for most brands, these seem secondary to deep-seated disdain for fat people and the poor.  
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