From Lost Girl to Boss Girl, or Rather Girlboss

From Lost Girl to Boss Girl, or Rather Girlboss

In 2005 Sophia Amoruso started an online fashion store through eBay. This grew, and quickly became a full-blown online store more wildly known as Nasty Gal. It’s success was unsurpassed earning its spot in 2012 as one of the fastest growing retail stores ever. During this time, Amoruso was also publishing a memoir aptly titled [...]

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Gentrification May Be A Problem For Some, But It’s Been Great For Others

Gentrification May Be A Problem For Some, But It’s Been Great For Others

https://soundcloud.com/marissa-baglione/short-interview-about-brooklyn-new-york Gentrification in Brooklyn, New York isn’t exactly a new or buzzy topic anymore. In fact, it’s simply become synonymous with the area. But culture, history, and diversity aside some things in this borough work and some things simply don’t. Williamsburg is one of the areas of Brooklyn that has waterfront views along the Hudson [...]

Millennial Travel Trends Are More About Culture Less About Partying

Millennial Travel Trends Are More About Culture Less About Partying

Millennial travel trends are something that has noticeable differences compared to those of previous generations. Last November I interviewed a recent college grad (and fellow millennial) to talk about how she affords to travel on an entry-level salary, and recently I interviewed another millennial woman to discuss her travel preferences and 'must do's'. Millennials are [...]

The U.S. Healthcare System Could Use Some Work

The U.S. Healthcare System Could Use Some Work

Australia has much better healthcare than the United States, even President Donald Trump can agree on that. I wanted to get a better understanding of how different it is from an Australian who has had some exposure to the U.S. healthcare system after working and living here for just under a year. Eliza Wellington, a [...]

Rue Saint Paul Is Making Women Re-Think Their Relationship with the Things in Their Closet and in Their Home

Rue Saint Paul Is Making Women Re-Think Their Relationship with the Things in Their Closet and in Their Home

On Sunday, February 10th, I met up with Kelly Wang, founder and owner of Rue Saint Paul at the Canal Street Market in Chinatown, NYC. We talked about her boutique's current month-long pop-up shop, how she got her start, and where she hopes to see her brand grow in the next few years. Rue Saint [...]