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Dons’ Style

Yifei Yang, Senior Media Studies A: "Korean mixed with casual"

Yifei Yang, Senior Media Studies
A: “Korean mixed with casual”

Nathan Mandreza, Freshman Graphic Design A: "I'm influenced by London street style"

Nathan Mandreza, Freshman Graphic Design
A: “I’m influenced by London street style”

 

Kiwi Sun, Freshman  Business Adminnistration  A: "I wear what I like"

Kiwi Sun, Freshman Business Adminnistration
A: “I wear what I like”

 

 

Cristina Pachano Laurderdale, Sophomore Media Studies  A: "Simple and comfortable with a bit of funk or something flashy"

Cristina Pachano Laurderdale, Sophomore Media Studies
A: “Simple and comfortable with a bit of funk or something flashy”

 

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