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Senior Gabby Fargnoli dresses in Free People clothing with Frye boots. “[Be] careful with your patterns, don’t go overboard, [and] be careful and considerate,” Fargnoli said.

Senior Gabby Fargnoli dresses in Free People clothing with Frye boots. “[Be] careful with your patterns, don’t go overboard, [and] be careful and considerate,” Fargnoli said.

Credit: Nicole Erdekian

Senior Gabby Fargnoli dresses in Free People clothing with Frye boots. “[Be] careful with your patterns, don’t go overboard, [and] be careful and considerate,” Fargnoli said.

Credit: Nicole Erdekian

Credit: Nicole Erdekian

Senior Gabby Fargnoli dresses in Free People clothing with Frye boots. “[Be] careful with your patterns, don’t go overboard, [and] be careful and considerate,” Fargnoli said.

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Name: Gabby Fargnoli

Grade: Senior

 

Favorite store:

“I don’t know if I have [a favorite store]. Maybe Free People if it’s on sale. I think they have a lot of different stuff there, kind of interesting things.”

 

Online shopping or in-store:

“In-store, to see how everything fits.”

 

Fashion icon:

“Billie Eilish. I wouldn’t dress like her, but I think it’s kind of interesting to see how she does because people are always like ‘why do you look like Soulja Boy?’”

 

Outfit:

“I’m not sure [where my jacket is from], the jeans [are from] Free People, and I have Frye boots on.”

 

Favorite season:

“Fall. I love jackets.”

 

Design time:

“It depends on the occasion, [but] generally morning of. [I] just roll out of bed, [put on] whatever I’m feeling.”

 

Favorite article of clothing:

“Shoes. I really like boots, but then again, I [also] love sneakers [because] you can do a lot with [them] if they are just sporty or [just] lifestyle [sneakers].”

 

Style word:

“Unpredictable. I’m pretty sporty, so I like to be comfortable, but then again I guess I am kind of typically an artist. I feel like there’s a stereotype that I definitely fall into, where I’m like, ‘I’m going to wear what I want.’”

 

Fashion-challenged advice:

“[Be] careful with your patterns, don’t go overboard, [and] be careful and considerate.”

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