Fall is full of color, from the changing leaves to the recent new lines featured at New York Fashion Week. This Fashionista, decked head-to-toe in shades of grey, brown and black, shows that neutrals are a classic trend that is appropriate for this season.
Name: Samantha Cheung
Major: French studies
CF: How would you sum up your personal style?
SC: It really depends on my mood for the day, but I generally prefer clean, modern pieces with a twist. I try to put together outfits that I feel like I've never seen before, wear whatever makes me happy and never take myself too seriously. I'm doing my best to take advantage of the fact that I'm at a university where the mantra — at least to me — is, “the weirder, the better.”
CF: Whom do you look to for style inspiration?
SC: I'm really into Cory Kennedy's style, which is sort of androgynous and grungy. She's experimental and carefree, which is how I think everyone should be when it comes to fashion. I also really appreciate anyone I see on campus who has her own thing going on and believes in what she's wearing.
CF: What trends are you hoping to see emerge this fall?
SC: I'm hoping that more people start dying their hair unnatural colors this fall. I like neutral-colored clothing, but it'd be kind of depressing if everyone only wore blacks, grays and beiges.
CF: What is one fashion item you can't live without?
SC: The only fashion item I'm attached to is the rainbow ribbon pin I have on my backpack. I'm a huge LGBT supporter.