Meet our Interns

Brittany Street

 

 

 

Fashion connoisseur and journalist, Brittany Street, is enjoying the excitement and experience of being a part of both worlds, writing and fashion. As an elite member of the Society of Professional Journalist of Indiana and a contributing writer for the IUPUI (Indiana University, Purdue University – Indiana) Campus Citizen she is an accomplished journalist and a daily style blogger. “Keep High Heels and High Hopes,” Street says is one of her favorite quotes to live by. “It’s a daily reminder to stay above the negative energy in the world and stay positive, oh yes, and keep high heels on deck!” Born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana, Street has had the pleasure to travel and study the cultures of many other countries, cities and islands that’s left her with a well-rounded perspective on life and a very bright future ahead.

Maria Dickman

 

 

 

Maria Dickman is an Indy native. When she’s not obsessing over Zara’s summer line, trying to find a job, or stalking NYMag’s blogs, she’s plotting her next trip or indulging in a pint with some friends at the local breweries. She loves anything from Marc Jacobs, Rebecca Taylor, Moschino, & All Saints. In the future, Maria hopes to find a job doing public relations for a fashion or lifestyle brand before opening her own boutique. Currently, she’s wrapping up her last class for a degree in English Writing from DePauw University.

Chloe Kent

 

 

 

Chloe Kent is a Journalism major at Indiana University with a concentration in Business. Since spending the past year in Tel Aviv, Israel, she started her own online vintage clothing boutique and works as a freelance fashion & entertainment writer in addition to serving on several on-campus publications. Her favorite designers include Alber Elbaz, Karl Lagerfeld, Alexander Wang, Elsa Schiaparelli, Oscar de la Renta, Moschino, and the Mulleavy sisters. Jak & Jil, Style by Kling, the Coveteur, Knight Cat, and Fashion Toast are on her daily blogroll. Chloe loves collecting Italian knitwear from the 60s and 70s (Missoni is the favorite) and selling them at her boutique as well as picking through thrift stores to find things like outrageous sequined Oleg Cassini cocktail dresses and huge Pucci scarves for ten dollars. Chloe hopes to continue to expand her store and pursue Broadcast Journalism in the future.