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Style is Culture with Joseph Maglipon

Joseph Maglipon gives us an inside look into how he gets inspiration for his iconic style

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Joseph Maglipon, junior, is very well known for having some of the best outfits on campus, but from where does he get all his inspiration? After an interview with the man himself we found out he gets influence from Filipino culture as well as other Asian cultures. Maglipon is so immersed in the fashion world he, “Can’t live without it.” As seen on campus, his outfits consist of bright colors and prints that “reflect his soul” in a way unlike any other. His favorite outfit includes of a purple floral kimono. Look out to see what our fashion icon will wear next.

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Style is Culture with Joseph Maglipon