The student-run fashion publication at Columbia University since 2009.
As Columbia's only fashion magazine, we educate the campus on all things fashion, lifestyle, and culture. In addition to serving as the campus' voice on fashion, we provide an outlet for many students interested in getting involved in the fashion industry and who are passionate about this specialized sector. With both print and digital versions, as well as a daily blog (hootmag.org/blog) we extend our reach to the students, employees, and residents of Columbia University and Morningside Heights.
Holler Fall 2018 is out now! Check it out below 😍
Created by undergraduate students at Columbia University in New York City. Featuring The Series.
Hoot Spring/Summer 2018 Launch
Thank you to all of our contributors and those who came to our Hoot Spring/Summer 2018 issue launch party today! We couldn't have done it without you!
Check out the issue at the link below:
Created by undergraduate students at Columbia University in New York City. Featuring Poppy Lissman, Scrap City L.A., Paris99, Susan Alexandra, Warby Parker, and ANTIDSCPLNE.
In celebration of #EarthDay2018, check out pieces from The Cut and W magazine on sustainability, consumption, and how leaders in the fashion industry are working to better our planet ♻️🌍🌐
In some parts of the world, being ecofriendly is more than just a status symbol.
This Monday saw the passing of activist and revolutionary Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, or Mama Winnie, who devoted her life to fighting apartheid and ensuring racial equality in South Africa. Read more on her legacy below.
She fought apartheid in South Africa with husband Nelson Mandela.
Check out pieces from The Cut and The New York Times on former Sex and the City star, Barnard alum, and proud New Yorker Cynthia Nixon, who has announced that she will be running for NY Governor
Miranda is officially running for governor.
Holler Spring 2018 Launch
Here it is! Holler Spring 2018 ✨Thank you to everyone who came out to our launch!
Created by undergraduate students at Columbia University in New York City. Featuring Takesh Eyewear and ISLYNYC
BTS footage for Holler
The Hoot editorial board would like to offer our sincerest condolences for the loss of Caroline Montgomery, BC '18, who was killed in the California mudslides. Caroline was an active member in Columbia's fashion community and a contributor to Hoot Magazine.
To echo Dean Hinkson, who sent out the notice of Caroline's passing last night, "Students who are in need of support or counseling, please do not hesitate to reach out to family, friends, or your Residential Life staff. The staff members in the Furman Counseling Center (http://barnard.edu/counsel, tel:212-854-2092) and Dean of Studies office (http://barnard.edu/dos, tel:212-854-2024) are also available either in person or by phone. As many of you have not returned to campus yet, we will be holding a listening session on Tuesday, January 16 in the Dean's Office from 7-9 p.m. (105 Milbank Hall) for those who wish to gather."
Holiday party ideas for when you're sick of the sweatshirt you've been wearing in Butler all week...
By Alexis Ifill, Fatima Burgos, and Evelyn Wolfley.
While most of break will be spent in pajamas, recuperating from long days (and nights) in Butler, scattered holiday parties are the perfect excuse to shed the gray sweats and don something festive …
What happens behind the scenes at a photoshoot? Our senior editors, Anisa Tavangar, Sloane Adrogue Gustafson, and Phoebe Jones give you a special look at our Fall/Winter 2017 cover shoot with Outdoor Voices and Bode.
Video by Theodore Ostrow. Assisted by Otoshi Haque and Paris Parker-Loan.
Hoot Fall/Winter 2017 Launch
Hoot Magazine's cover photo
Drumroll... here it is!! Read the Fall/Winter 2017 issue of Hoot! Thank you to our wonderful seniors, Anisa Tavangar, Sloane Adrogue Gustafson, Phoebe Jones, Kaeli Alika Streeter, and Paris Parker-Loan for your work over the years. You will be missed and congratulations on a stunning final issue!!!!
Created by undergraduate students at Columbia University in New York City. Featuring Reina Rebelde, Outdoor Voices, Bode, Doriane van Overeem, Faeber Studio, Kokorico Jewlry, Ajaie Alaie.
"A friend once told me that I pick out clothes not according to general style or brand, but rather by color and fit. I definitely think that is true, I get a lot of my clothes from thrift stores and don’t often pay attention to the label. Most of my clothes are picked out from colors, cuts, or patterns that catch my eye in store. Because of that, my style is pretty hard to define and not very cohesive, but full of pieces that are very dear to me." Eloise West
Name: Eloise West School, Year: Barnard 2020 Major: Psychology Campus involvement: Researcher in the Barnard Cognitive Development Center
COMPUTER SCIENTISTS: Hoot is looking for an advanced coder/ poet to contribute something super special! Message if you think this might apply to you or to suggest students!
Monochrome makeup is the ultimate way to stretch your products and make your makeup for you. Check out three ways to use the same pigment on your eyes, lips, and cheeks.
Monochrome makeup reemerged about a year ago and it hasn’t gone away. Matching the tones on your eyes, lips, and cheeks is the ultimate way to stretch your products and make your makeup for y…
We are happy to announce that the money raised from our Holler launch pop up has been donated to Love 4 Puerto Rico and Amigos de los Animales Puerto Rico. Thank you to everyone who attended our launched and purchased items from Perico Limited to contribute funds!
Thank you to all of the beautiful humans who came to our launch tonight! It was wonderful having you and we hope you enjoy the new issue! 🌟🌻
Holler Fall 2017 launches on Thursday with mags, music, and a pop up shoot by @pericolimited! ⚡️✨
Spread the word, tag a friend ;)
"I dress for the person I’d like to become. This changes from time to time, and I think that what I wear reflects that. On makeup—there are weeks when I’m into wearing lots of makeup—dark lipstick and eyeliner and all, and others when I won’t wear anything but boy brow and perfume, and still feel a little clownish."
Read more about Elaine Xie's style and closet:
Name: Elaine Xie School, Year: Barnard, 2020 Major: Philosophy Campus involvement: WBAR, Postcrypt Art Gallery
Midterms and transitional dressing are the hardest things about fall. Luckily, we're here to help you with one of them.
"Hoot is a fashion magazine, but we are more concerned with conveying our ideas through representation and inclusion. So, more important than clothes and trends are these concepts, and that’s the mission of the magazine, and that is the most important part of it. As cool as it is to style a shoot, it’s the mission of the magazine that’s been most impactful and what makes me proud of Hoot. And this is a time for reflection, because..."
Read Editor-in-Chief Anisa Tavangar's Ratrock Magazine interview for an exclusive scoop on Hoot! And hear about what it's really like to attend fashion week... ooohh!
Photography by Emma Noelle Interview by Grace Nkem Care to introduce yourself? So, hi— I’m Anisa Tavangar, I’m a senior at Barnard, I study art history / visual arts (which I love) and I’m also the Editor in Chief of Hoot Magazine. That’s all. What are you currently most interested i
Thank you to everyone who made it to our general body meeting tonight!!
If you weren't able to make it but want to get involved, take a look at @hootmag's Instagram story 👀👀
TONIGHT TONIGHT! 8PM! DIANA LL103!
Hoot's semesterly body meeting is on Tuesday 9/26 at 8pm in Diana LL103!!! Meet the editors and learn about what we do! No experience necessary! Bring a friend! Woohoo!
If you are interested in writing for the Fall 2017 issue of Holler, email [email protected] by 9/22 (Friday)!!
See ya there!! 😘
Don't know what to wear for your first day of class? How about one of these beauty looks—
Most summer internships are not what they seem. They draw you in with the promise of a great letter of recommendation or opportunity to make connections while in reality, you spend most of your tim…
Check out our latest Week In Outfits featuring Abby Clemente before the summer ends!!
This summer, Hoot is highlighting a week in outfits as told by stylish CU students at their various jobs and internships. This week, we’re featuring Abby Clemente, Barnard Class of 2020. My name is…
Want an internship this fall? How about one with Proenza Schouler? Check out these details below!
To apply, email your CV and cover letter (ASAP) to Jerry Wang, E-Commerce Manager, at [email protected]!
(open to students who can get college credit for the internship)
Check out our interview with Wafia on our blog!
Earlier this summer, Hoot’s co-blog editor Alyssa Gengos caught up with Wafia, an Australian singer-songwriter of Arab and Dutch heritage. They chatted about being a woman in the music industry, th…
Our editors talk about the recently released— and very white— September issue covers.
After some amazing feedback on the conversation posted to our Instagram story, we have decided to host our first ever editor round table! Tune in tonight at 8:30 on facebook.com/hootmagazine to hear our thoughts and reflections on the (very white) September issue covers and how fashion keeps dropping the ball in regards to representation. In the mean time, start sending us questions to answer on the subject!! See ya tonight 👊🏽💥🌻
The easiest ways to wear colorful makeup— even to your boring internship. Now up on the blog!
"I was trying to bring a consciousness about how we address, showcase and create spaces for different identities within the publication. The editorial board is very blunt about how we address diversity and openly discusses how we represent people of color, different body types, gender identities outside of the binary, even different majors and aesthetics on campus. We don’t want the magazine to seem like it’s for one type of person because it’s not."
Read more from our Editor-in-Chief Anisa Tavangar's interview with issuu!
Meet Anisa Tavangar, our newest issuu Trendspotter and the editor in chief of Hoot Magazine — a student-run fashion magazine at Columbia University dedicated to creating inclusive media. Today we...
hey guys, love you, hope your summer is going well :*
Summer is here and in full swing! We are continuing our "A Week In Outfits" series this year so if you would like to participate, send us a message, an email, or a DM!
We are also reposting readers' photos on Instagram so tag us in your pics this summer or DM them to us!
Aaaaand— email [email protected] or DM @hootmag to contribute this summer! We are especially looking for beauty tutorials, outfit recs, styling tips, trend stories, etc!
(remember, if you want to apply for an editor position, you have to CONTRIBUTE!!)
Have you read our feature in the Spring 2017 issue of the Barnard Magazine yet?
Without our readers and contributors, we would not have the privilege of making an impact. 🌟🌷👊🏽🦉
Back row, from left: Paris Parker-Loan CC ’18, Paloma Raines ’20, and Sloane Gustafson ’18. Front, from left: Anisa Tavangar ’18, Jacquelyn Klein CC ’19, Kaeli Streeter ’18, and Phoebe Jones ’18. The students produce
Hiya! If you are a current CU undergrad and would like your art printed in the magnificent pages of the Spring/Summer 2017 issue of Hoot, send it to [email protected] tonight!! See ya!
We love our team!! Phoebe Jones x Columbia Daily Spectator
“It’s been so busy today—I went to go see Malala speak at the UN,” Phoebe Jones, BC ’18, said by way of introduction, with a wide grin. “I’m a history and human rights major, kind of surprisingly. Not art.”
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