Fashion of ASU

From culturally inspired fashion to casual lazy wear, ASU students showcase their best looks

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Jazmine Palacios

"Neya Salazar, a junior art (intermedia) major, gets her fashion inspiration from punk music." Illustration published on Sunday, April 22, 2018.

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Jazmine Palacios

"Jazmin Martinez, a recent fine arts graduate, gets her fashion inspiration from Japanese pop culture and '90s trends." Illustration published on Monday, April 16, 2018.


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Jazmine Palacios

"Junior dance major Elleanna Spinelli incorporates street fashion into her everyday wear." Illustration published on Sunday, April 8, 2018.


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Jazmine Palacios

"Mckenna Fraga, a sophomore majoring in painting, said she gets her fashion inspiration from Johnny Knoxville and the boys from 'The Sandlot.' " Illustration published on Monday, April 2, 2018.


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Jazmine Palacios

"Heather Brumfield, a senior design studies major, focuses on fashion based on comfort and moods that reflect her personality." Illustration published on Sunday, March 25, 2018.

Editor's note: design studies major Heather Brumfield previously worked for The State Press. She no longer works for the publication.


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Jazmine Palacios
"Jonah Ngujo, a sophomore journalism major, enjoys wearing his favorite suits. He loves minimalist color patterns such as black and white in everyday wear." Illustration published on Monday, March 19, 2018.


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Jazmine Palacios

"Cara Jay Concepcion, a junior drawing major, illustrated in her favorite Totoro onesie." Illustration published on Sunday, March 11, 2018.


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Jazmine Palacios
“Jessica Probst, a freshman music composition major, said her style inspiration comes from Korean fashion.” Illustration published on Sunday Feb. 25, 2018.


Correction: An earlier version of this series misidentified the subject as a current student. The article has been updated to reflect this change. 


Reach the artist at jpalaci4@asu.edu or follow @raddjaz_ on Twitter.

Editor’s note: The opinions presented in this cartoon are the author’s and do not imply any endorsement from The State Press or its editors.

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