Fashion on 5th is The New School Free Press’ weekly fashion column showcasing the student’s best and most unique looks of the week.
Caroline Brammer, a freshman at the School of Jazz, wore a striking red vintage jacket from Zara. Her matching vintage red heart necklace is also from Zara. She was sure to point out her frugality. “These shoes were 15 dollars.” Her pants and shirt were from a vintage store in her hometown of Seattle.
Clare Ko, a Parsons fashion marketing student, wore a Palace Skateboards Jacket, a sweatshirt from Saturdays Surf, jeans from Rag & Bone and Nike Air Max 97 Silver Bullet shoes. Her outfit was complimented by a Supreme hat and Gucci bag.
Claudia Haeree Min, a senior majoring in integrated design and minoring in entrepreneurship at Parsons, wore a coat from Cos, a sweater from a Korean thrift store, and black, flowing pants. Her shoes were Adidas superstar. She joked, “This is my laid back look, hobo-chic look. I’m trying to balance between the hobo and the chic.”
Erin Tao, a sophomore at Parsons, wore a “regular” white shirt and leggings, paired with a silver jacket from Opening Ceremony. Her see-through shirt was designed by a friend and her black shoes were from Marni.
Jasmine Johnson, a Lang student earning a minor at Parsons, thrifted her black shirt and white pants from Goodwill and was gifted the brown jacket from her mom’s closet. She wore complementary black shoes, which were bought at Nordstrom.
Lulu Lu, a parsons student, wore a Chinese designer scarf, a coat from Levi’s, a warm and soft sweater, and Dr. Martens shoes.
Qihan Dong, a senior fashion design student at Parsons, attributed her outfit to the fall weather. She wore a Nasaseasons hat, a vintage sweater, Oak + Fort Pants, and Dr. Martens shoes. Her outfit was completed by a Mood Fabric bag. About her iPhone case, Qihan said “I think it’s so cute and convenient.”
Photos by George Clark / Illustration by Ashlie Juarbe