By Kaela Kilfoil
With the fall season coming to an end, and winter waiting with baited breath, a recap of fall’s most prominent trends is well deserved. Sporting styles that we viewed as the latest looks, our fall fashion this season was truthfully a blast from the past. Rocking the 90’s gift of the choker, various 60’s leather jacket trends, and ripped denim stemming from the rockers of the 80’s, we might just be modern day copycats. This, however, is the cycle of fashion. So keep those beaded headbands and layered tank tops from your childhood because as out of date as they may seem at the moment, you never know when they may be in style again.
Switching back to present-day, here are six outfits combining the best fall fashion looks of 2016. These are the modern trendsetters, a blend of the decades.
By Lena Gluck
The East End is the perfect location to get away and enjoy the beauty of Long Island. For those who have not yet traveled to this area, you certainly should. Some of you may be thinking, will it really be worth the drive? Yes, it truly is worth the extra miles; from the moment you arrive, you’ll never want to leave. Let’s take a look at a few of the many amazing places that you can visit on your next trip out east.
By Nima Nayeri
All politics aside, Edward Snowden’s story is tailor-made for the likes of director Oliver Stone and his conspiracy-theory lens.
While it’s well acted and the director puts several welcome thriller touches on the inherently dull computer world, Snowden just doesn’t have the signature audacity or engrossing nature that Stone has infused in his more high-profile and controversial projects (Platoon, JFK, Natural Born Killers).
By Steven Keehner
After a four year wait, Northern Irish indie-rock sensation Two Door Cinema Club has finally made its long awaited return to music with the band's third album, Gameshow.
Formed in 2007, the band rose to prominence with their debut album, Tourist History (a must listen in my opinion) in 2010, which allowed the band to skyrocket in popularity and led to their winning the Choice Music Prize for Irish Album of the Year in 2010. They followed this up with their second album, Beacon, in 2012. While it didn’t reach the heights of Tourist History, it still reached number one on the Irish Charts and second on the UK Charts.