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Interview: Jessica Lapidos of TILLYandWILLIAM: We talk to one half of the Brooklyn-based duo that’s revolutionizing fashion with transformable, genderless garments

Interview: Jessica Lapidos of TILLYandWILLIAM

The fashion industry seems inherently designed to form addiction; as soon as you perfect your wardrobe to suit the demands of a particular season’s style, a new era is ushered in. It’s a vicious cycle that is costly to people and the environment……

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Animated Recipe: Chili-Lime Baked Chickpeas: A playful GIF guide to making a seriously tasty snack by Brooklyn-based chef Nikki King

Animated Recipe: Chili-Lime Baked Chickpeas

For our first installment of Animated Recipe—our take on cooking with GIFs—Brooklyn-based chef Nikki King prepares a tasty, salty snack you can easily prepare at home. Crunchy, baked chickpeas are a healthier alternative to potato chips or crackers……

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d’emploi Holiday 2014 Collection: The Brooklyn-based outfitter introduces new luggage pieces and a waxed cotton rain hat

d'emploi Holiday 2014 Collection


As we’ve seen in the past, waxed cotton is the material of choice for Brooklyn’s d’emploi. Thankfully, that preference continues in their …

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Subway Series Jewelry by Shahla Karimi: Wear the Harlem to South Ferry route on your wrist from the Brooklyn-based designer’s debut collection

Subway Series Jewelry by Shahla Karimi


Sometimes inspiration comes from the most ordinary experiences. For Brooklyn-based jewelry designer Shahla Karimi, that inspiration came from her daily commute. Drawing from the MTA subway map, Karimi has created a collection of rings and…

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Pintrill + Grado Heaphones Pin: Two Brooklyn-based brands work together on one miniature collaboration

Pintrill + Grado Heaphones Pin


Brooklyn’s PINTRILL is one of those “either you get it or you don’t” types of brands. Making accessories inspired by pop culture, relevant sayings and various niche fashion icons, the playful brand exists for a select…

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One-Off Ceramics by Leah Reena Goren: The Brooklyn-based illustrator manifests her flower and cat obsession onto dishes and vases to charming result

One-Off Ceramics by Leah Reena Goren


For a while now, Brooklyn-based illustrator Leah Reena Goren has caused waves due to her cat-influenced prints on tees, scarves and totes. In between working on her zine, …

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Mother of Pearl + Richard Saja for Fall 2014: British brand taps the Brooklyn-based embroidery artist for a “weird” hybrid between couture and sportswear

Mother of Pearl + Richard Saja for Fall 2014


In a world over-saturated with half-baked fashion collaborations, there are very few stories as compelling as that of Mother of Pearl, the British luxe sportswear line founded by Maia Norman in 2010. Rather than using collaborations…

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Studio Visit: Alder New York: The Brooklyn-based designers discuss influence, diversifying and the gaps in fashion design education

Studio Visit: Alder New York


After just a few semesters into school at the Pratt Institute, designers Nina Zilka and David J. Krause took their passion out of the studio and into the marketplace. With one label already under their belt…

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Massif Central’s Art Scarves: Using a non-traditional canvas, this Brooklyn-based company collaborates with artists on accessories worth framing

Massif Central's Art Scarves


Brooklyn-based painter Tessa Perutz founded Massif Central—named after the region in south-central France—as a way to merge her artistic pursuits: curatorial work, fashion, artist’s editions and functional art objects. By inviting artists to consider the silk…

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MCMC + Mociun Collaborate on a Scent for Summer: The Brooklyn-based brands join forces and create a bittersweet scent inspired by Sicily

MCMC + Mociun Collaborate on a Scent for Summer


With just one bottle remaining of her favorite fragrance, jewelry designer Caitlin Mociun (founder of a CH favorite, Brooklyn-based Mociun) needed a suitable replacement for her discontinued “hippie musk.” The answer came during a serendipitous conversation…

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