Strutting through life in stylish shoes: Wear the pair you won’t regret
Mar30

Strutting through life in stylish shoes: Wear the pair you won’t regret

Blistered, battered, bruised, beet red: they can have this charming effect on you. Caged, buckled, tied, even roped and chained, they hold a part of you captive each day. To restrain? No, quite the opposite. They help mobilize you, your goals, and your vision. Symbolically, they tell the story of you revealing where you’ve been, where you’re going. Although one pair may speak louder than the next aesthetically, acoustically, we all...

Read More
Rockin’ and Rollin’ into 2016 fashion
Jan13

Rockin’ and Rollin’ into 2016 fashion

Rockin’ with a KISS of deep plum and red lips and rollin’ with the trend of sky-high platforms, the pre-fall 2016 runways are passing over Fashion Week to tour with Keith Richards, David Bowie (may he rest in peace), Mick Jagger and Prince, with looks that are sure to ‘rock you.’ Although they’re toting handbags instead of guitars, models in collections from Alexander Wang to Givenchy are ready to rock. Leather studded accents from...

Read More
The Current: Good for her, not for me!
Dec02

The Current: Good for her, not for me!

  Colors burst through feathered fireworks and perfectly crafted butterfly wings that are ready to take flight. Silky hues leave a trail forever flowing, fiery capes are ablaze. Encased in flames or with snowflakes upon their heads, they are of the most beautiful of all creatures with wings. Heavenly angels posing in worldly possessions, they are the keepers of Victoria’s Secret who are exposed to the world every year, once a year and...

Read More
Beauty, luxury…Yoni
Nov11

Beauty, luxury…Yoni

  The sun always shines brighter on the other side of the train tracks. Well, actually Seton Hall is a pretty sunny campus, except for those dreadful rainy days that not only pop those umbrellas open, but pump up the frizz factor too. But brace yourself! A cure for all of your mane misfortunes radiates just beyond the South Orange train station. From across the Hudson and before that overseas, Yoni Kreger Salon is to open its doors...

Read More
Footstep after footstep to history
Nov04

Footstep after footstep to history

Forever told to step up to where the lights meet the runway, to have that spark born from your creative genius outshine the rest, to the echelon of design worthy of that Anna Wintour smile. Cheese! No pictures please, but picture this… Icons who have built and upheld the very foundation of the labels for which they sketch, sew and stitch life in to are now stepping down. To what? It is nearly impossible to imagine they will soar to...

Read More
Students score dates with Pirate athletes
Nov04

Students score dates with Pirate athletes

They kick, pitch and swoosh those three pointers for SHU victories. On Tuesday, Nov. 3 students had the chance to score and win a date with a Pirate Athlete. Eighteen athletes representing five teams–baseball, basketball, cross country, swimming and diving and soccer–participated in Alpha Kappa Psi’s sixth annual Win A Date with a Pirate Athlete. Proceeds from the event are to be donated to the fraternity’s philanthropy:...

Read More
‘Back to the Future’ day brings DeLorean to SHU
Oct28

‘Back to the Future’ day brings DeLorean to SHU

Fire up the engine and put on your time traveling shoes! On Friday, Oct. 23, Seton Hall University dedicated #FlashbackFriday to a vehicle that goes beyond cross-country. Not pioneered in any of SHU’s academic corridors, but adored on the big screen. YES! A replica of the DeLorean from “Back to the Future,” which was featured on “The Today Show” and signed by cast members rolled out to the Green to celebrate the day when Marty and Doc...

Read More
SHU to ride the ‘next wave of influence’ with The Gramlist
Oct07

SHU to ride the ‘next wave of influence’ with The Gramlist

The Pirates have flowed with “The Current,” but can they ride the wave of social media? Rolling in the tide is a company curated around the increasing influence of Instagram: The Gramlist. Celebrating emerging and authentic talent on Instagram, The Gramlist seeks to surface the new and undiscovered, Kathryn Tatulli, a senior public relations major and social media editorial intern for The Gramlist, said. The Gramlist, founded by...

Read More
20 things to do when you miss the train
Sep23

20 things to do when you miss the train

Give yourself a round of applause. Those malicious steel train doors have shut right in front of your face, but the good news is that you weren’t absent-minded enough to stick your arm between the doors to try and stop the train’s vicious mechanization. Stuck at the train station, all alone standing in your fancy interning shoes and blazer…bummer. Or is it? Rather than twisting a missed train into a series of unfortunate events, use...

Read More
Trend Tracking Fashion Week
Sep16

Trend Tracking Fashion Week

“Every year the women of New York leave the past behind and look forward to the future…this is known as Fashion Week.” Do you know who said that? Well, you should. Especially if you’re trend tracking the eight day stretch of New York Fashion Week, considering one of the greatest fashion icons of all time spoke those very words. Carrie. Bradshaw. The fashion was even higher than the expectations for Spring 2016. Now if you would join...

Read More
Fall Fashion: Try sportswear
Sep10

Fall Fashion: Try sportswear

SHU, look out! There is one hot trend that is scoring a lot of attention, not on any of our playing grounds, but all over our campus crossings. It’s athletic, yet it’s femme. Traditionally casual and made elegant, sportswear is taking on a whole new meaning and on a lot more locations.     The time has come where you can rock your favorite sporty pieces in the classroom, the office or a night out.     The most essential is the classic...

Read More
The Current: 70s Trends
Aug18

The Current: 70s Trends

Cue the Miranda Priestly voice: “It’s all just so…drab.” Throwing it back to Spring 2015 runway collections with bell bottoms, ill-fitting blazers and depressing colors may have looked familiar to you–like those pictures in a photo album that your parents had shown you. Just in case you were wondering, the photo quality has nothing to do with that shade of yellow…it is mustard, a color no article of clothing should...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest