I opened the bag and it was filled with new clothes (with tags, see above and below), that had been shredded. Brand new clothes.
Sylvia Heisel’s eponymous line is inspired by and rooted in the realized potentials of materials.
“If you look closer, you start to realize that there is a whole other dimension that brings you back to a starker reality.”
With five showrooms at two locations, the beautiful designs were seemingly endless.
It’s any small business owner’s worst nightmare: realizing that a larger, much more powerful company has stolen your intellectual property, and that fighting them will [...]
As increases in rent force designers, pattern-cutters, sewers and other vital components of New York’s Garment District to find a new home, Manufacture NY is cradling in-city production with their newly acquired 20,000 square foot space in Brooklyn’s Industry City.
Nolcha Fashion Week’s Fashion Lounge + Media Brunch at Yotel yesterday integrated local eco-production alongside independent designers.
Inspired to make an impact after his mother’s bout with cancer Jason Sochol, along side his friend Omri Bojko, created The Vanity Project to boost non-profits success and start a conversation around clothing.
The bourgeois, eccentric lady of the house who borrows pieces from her husband’s closet…
De Osu stands for a fashion movement back to celebrating each of us as an individual: “Today everything is mass-produced. I Don’t want to dress someone like you, I want to dress you!”