Second-year international development studies student Melanie Nomiya gains inspirations from Japanese street fashion and said most of the items in her closet are from Japan or Korea. She described her style as cutesy and feminine, and wore a knitted cardigan with embroidered flowers on the collar. She paired the cardigan from Korea with a boatneck striped long-sleeve from Brandy Melville and a mid-length skirt from Japan.
Fernando Lopez Oggier said he sports two types of looks – soft grunge and indie folk. The first-year environmental studies and political science student complemented the colorful surfboard print of his light-blue button-up from PULL&BEAR with pastel pink shorts from Topman.
Orly Termeie, a second-year pre-psychobiology student, gets her 1990s-inspired fashion sense from her older sisters. She said she likes to mix colors, and tucked a burnt orange ribbed T-shirt from Forever 21 into a navy corduroy button-front skirt underneath a destroyed mustard jacket. She bought both the skirt and the jacket from the California Market Center sample sale.
Hasmik Avsharian said she channels Rihanna with both her red hair and edgy style. The fourth-year philosophy student wore a DIY denim jacket which she made by cutting off the bottom half to crop it and drawing a tiger on the back. She paired the jacket with a cropped white T-shirt and low-rise houndstooth pants from Brandy Melville.
Second-year theater student Justin Baker said he likes to look relaxed and put-together. He layered navy overalls from Asos, with one strap unbuckled, over a black graphic T-shirt from his acapella group, Bruin Harmony, completing the look with black Converse shoes.