Passing Fashion

Passing Fashion: Elias' coat

By Kaitlin Resler

Passing Fashion Elias.jpgWho:
Elias

Where:
Lark Street

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Passing Fashion: Nicole's vintage transition

Passing Fashion Nicole.JPGWho?
Nicole, an employee at Albany Medical Center Foundation.

Where?
Lark Street

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Passing Fashion: Sofya's polka dots

Passing Fashion Sofya

Pretty in polka dots.

Who?
Sofya, a pre-med student at UAlbany

Where?
Uncommon Grounds

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Holly & her hat

Holly.jpg

Quelle diva

Who:
Holly Golightly?

Where:
Lark Street

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Passing Fashion: Emily and her Spanish influence

By Heather Lumb

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Who?
Emily, a student intern for the state.

Where?
Outside the Spectrum Theater on Delaware Ave.

Sum up your style with one magnetic poetry phrase.
Raw, funky, more sophisticated.

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Passing Fashion: Rachel and her anti-hoodie

By Heather Lumb

passing_fashion_saratoga_rachel.jpgWho?
Rachel, a marketer for All Star Body Art in Scotia.

Where?
Outside Borders on Broadway in downtown Saratoga.

Sum up your style with one word.
Classy!

(click on Rachel's pic for a closer look)

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Passing Fashion: Sherri and her parasol

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Eclectic and elegant.

Who?
Sherri, founder of a women's organization from Harlem.

Where?
Outside the capitol building on Washington Ave.

How do you describe your fashion style?
Eclectic. My mother always told me to wear long things that are long and flowing.

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Passing Fashion: Meaghan

Meaghan in a pink baby doll dress

Comfort, meet style.

Who?
Meaghan, a U Albany Student from Saratoga.

Where?
On Broadway in Saratoga.

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Passing fashion: Michelle's awesome coat

a great coat

Black and white and cool all over.

Who: Michelle, a UAlbany student from Long Island

Where: Crossgates Commons

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