I travel to NYC for business quite a bit. But I never seem to have a moment to be able to visit my favorite places. So when I decided to attend the Brooklyn Design & Fashion Accelerator’s Positive Impact Awards,
The Initiatives in Art & Culture (IAC) 19th Annual Fashion + Design Conference examines white as the repository of hope and change through the work of contemporary designers of clothing and accessories and the materials with which they work.
If your goal is to buy beautiful, stylish clothing that is not crazy expensive or made in a way that is detrimental another human or the environment (like what we believe), COSSAC Fashion is a great option. It is important to founder and designer Agata Kozak that her brand becomes synonymous with simplicity and sustainability.
After a two year hiatus, we are back to producing our acclaimed digital issue. This issue is filled with what we love about sustainable, vintage, secondhand, and haute couture fashion. We’ve worked hard to bring you an issue that is visually stimulating and socially inspiring.
I can’t remember the last time that I wore a watch. But every time that I’m out and about, I look at my wrist. But there’s no watch. I tell myself continuously to wear a watch. That shows you how addicted I am to my phone.
‘Scraps’ Exhibit: Sustainability in Fashion, Textiles on View in New Exhibition Featuring Innovative Designers at GW Museum & Textile Museum
Textile and apparel manufacturing is one of the most polluting industries in the world, and a new exhibition at the George Washington University Museum and The Textile Museum will explore the work of three innovative designers focused on sustainability and reducing waste in the design process.
We’ve finally done it. Our blood, sweat, and tears is now open for business. Carousel, our e-commerce site is now up and running. Carousel is a carefully curated monthly collection of beautiful pieces desperately seeking new homes, new lives. Eco Warriors,
Jo Skelton is obsessed with vintage (a woman after my own heart). She’s been a fan of vintage since she was a little girl. So it’s no wonder that she was drawn to starting Peep Eyewear,