Sunday, April 3, 2011

Good things of the moment

1) We are so excited about this video for the Daily Northwestern about WILDCATwalk. But more than that, we are endlessly grateful to Demetrios Cokinos for doing such fantastic work to help us get our name out.
2) The formerly ubiquitous black North Faces are gradually disappearing. We can sense some prime street styles approaching.
3) Upcoming partnerships with NU Intel and Stitch - more to come.

Thursday, March 17, 2011

To all of our loyal followers...

As we are sure you have noticed, there has been a bit of a lull in the updating of our beloved WILDCATwalk. We promise that it is not because Northwestern has been slacking in it's stylishness; obviously, if the NU student population can still be chic in the deadest points of winter, then this will never be the case. The truth is that our official WILDCATwalk camera was recently broken in a freak accident. Regardless, we promise that upon the start of spring quarter, we will find other ways to deliver our fashion observations to the community. In the meantime, enjoy your breaks everyone!

Thursday, February 24, 2011

A Street Style Story

Check out this article from the Spring Fashion edition of New York Magazine.  It profiles our artistic  inspiration for WILDCATwalk, The Sartorialist's Scott Schuman, and his relationship with another street style aficionado. Evidently we are not the only pair of fashion bloggers who are a couple. Great minds date alike.

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Outside Francis Searle Hall

We love the way that the patterns of this student's scarf, gloves and sweater play off of each other and off the beat-up lace-up boots that can be seen below. 

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

Next to Annie May Swift

We loved the unconventional olive green in this man's coat and the bold stripes of his chunky scarf. But our favorite part of his outfit? He asked to keep his headphones on for the picture.

Thursday, February 10, 2011

North of the Arch

In a furry trapper's hat, black flat leather boots, and a wool coat, this student looks simple and chic while handling the cold.