The Lexington Line
The Lexington Line is LIM College's student magazine, and it covers fashion, beauty, culture, and life at LIM. It also features an advice column for students, Ask Lucy. All work is written and edited by students, and we are always seeking writers and photographers and frequently have openings for new staff.
The Lexington Line was launched in Fall 2014 as a way of fusing the college's previous publications, Fashion Sense and Th!nk, into a dynamic online magazine that will also publish an annual print edition. The Lexington Avenue subway line—the 4, 5, 6—runs down the east side of Manhattan, and it is the line that many students take to get from our dorm at 3rd Avenue and 97th Street to our academic buildings in midtown. The magazine, like the college, is situated in the nerve center of the fashion capital of the world, and it will serve as your line for all things fashion and all things LIM.
More generally, the goal of The Lexington Line is to give students a chance to publish their original writing and photography while engaging with New York City and the fashion industry at large. Students are presented with opportunities to meet and interview industry professionals, review products, get experience with social media marketing, and develop writing and reporting skills.
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