Monthly Archives: April 2012

ONE REALLY CUTE STORY ABOUT FRANCISCO COSTA THAT WE COULDN’T FIT INTO THE ARTICLE

Making a magazine, Hue has found out, is kind of like making a movie.  Some of the best bits get left on the cutting-room floor.  When Hue was busy producing a profile of Francisco Costa, Fashion Design ’90, for the … Continue reading

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SHIRT HAPPENS 4: IN WHICH I BEGIN TO UNDERSTAND QUALITY

[In the fall, Jonathan Vatner, Hue staff writer,  took an introductory menswear sewing class. He has been blogging about his experiences on Hue, Too.] Near the end of the second class, after teaching us various types of seams, Professor Blackman … Continue reading

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HUE THINKS THIS DUDE LOOKS LIKE A LADY

Hue loves stumbling upon engaging student work, as happened recently in the D building lobby, where Professor Curtis Willocks had organized a display of photo books created for various classes. Brian Edwards’s Transformations blew Hue’s mind. (Brian’s the counselor assistant … Continue reading

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FIT INSTRUCTOR CO-WROTE GRACE JONES’S “PULL UP TO THE BUMPER.” YES, THAT SONG. YES, REALLY.

Hue is mad for all things Grace Jones.  Hue digs her hair, clothes, bad attitude, and cheek bones.  Hue cherishes the fact that Grace Jones was pals with illustrator Antonio Lopez, Illustration ’64.  Sometimes we find ourselves walking down the … Continue reading

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SHIRT HAPPENS 3: IN WHICH I DEVIATE TERRIBLY WHILE DOING LINES

[In the fall, Jonathan Vatner, Hue staff writer,  took an introductory menswear sewing class. He has been blogging about his experiences on Hue, Too.] Our first assignment was to sew in straight lines on ruled paper, without thread. We were … Continue reading

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