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​Dressing The Part

Dressing the Part By Lauren Saxe Designer Rachel Zoe once said that style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.

Behind the Mask

B ehind every costume, character and fantasy world is the mind that creates it.

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On the shores of Playa de Matalascañas in Huelva, Spain, columnist Lauren Saxe spends her 21st birthday at the beach. Though much different than a typical celebration, Saxe enjoyed the new experience with her host sister, Miriam.

A view of the famous Alhambra in Granada, Spain. Columnist Lauren Saxe recommends spending time and money on experiences while studying abroad, not material things.

A view of the famous Alhambra in Granada, Spain. Columnist Lauren Saxe recommends spending time and money on experiences while studying abroad, not material things.

Alongside their Moroccan host student, Yousra Alami, columnist Lauren Saxe and fellow study abroad student Michelle Dunham say goodbye during their last breakfast in Chefchaouen. Five Moroccan students hosted trios and pairs of study abroad students from Seville, Spain.

Columnist Lauren Saxe takes a break from life in Spain to hike the Cinque Terre, which means "Five Lands," in Italy. Here she begins her tour in Manarola, the first of the five towns along the coast.

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Huevos rotos con patatas y jamón ibérico de bellota (broken fried eggs with potatoes and acorn-fed ham Ibérico) at Sibarius, Restaurante en Plaza Bib Rambla, Granada. It is common to see this type of meal on both lunch and dinner menus in Spain, in contrast to generally only breakfast menus in the U.S.

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La Plaza de Toros houses regular bullfights in Seville, popular among tourists and locals alike. A Sevillano tradition, each event typically comprises six rounds, each with a new bull and concise strategy by los toreros, or the bullfighters.

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"Alice," an installation at the Centro Andaluz de Arte Contemporáneo, shows a giant face and arm protruding from the windows. Columnist Lauren Saxe visited the museum during her first weekend in Seville, Spain.

Sevilla, Spain is a historic city with multiple landmarks situated in modern Europe. Saxe has spent her first week their exploring and getting to know her host family and new home.

While most of us have closets full of excess clothing and accessories, the majority do not realize the resources that go into filling those closets and what happens to them after garments are thrown out.

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