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Timeless Style with Nixon and Jules Kim: We talk rebellion, awkward fashion moments and timeless style with the NYC-based jewelry designer

Timeless Style with Nixon and Jules Kim

On a recent cold day in New York, we were lucky enough to spend the morning with jewelry designer Jules Kim who’s been a major player in the jewelry scene for quite a while. We warmed up with a coffee with Kim and visited her intimate, appointment……

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Interview: Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young : The NYC-based independent writer/director details the creative process behind her series of short films for Cotton

Interview: Filmmaker Ry Russo-Young

NYC-based independent filmmaker Ry Russo-Young has three feature films under her screenwriter/directorial belt, which have earned nods like a 2009 Gotham Independent Film Award and 2012 Special Jury Prize at Sundance. Her 2012 film “Nobody Walks……

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The White Line Fragrance Collection by Odin New York: The NYC-based menswear brand explores its feminine side with a line of deconstructed floral scents for all genders

The White Line Fragrance Collection by Odin New York

Though Odin New York is often touted as a men’s lifestyle boutique, the brand is inching toward the androgynous. This is especially apparent in the cult following of its fragrances, which have developed a unisex fan base despite most often landing……

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Makers Mondays: Studio Visit with Alexandra Grecco: We speak with the NYC-based designer about her delicate, classically-inspired collection and her expanding presence

Makers Mondays: Studio Visit with Alexandra Grecco


Brooklynite Alexandra Grecco released her first ready-to-wear collection in 2010—a series of ultra-feminine pieces in ladylike colors, fabrics and often pinup-inspired silhouettes that are at once nostalgic…

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The Bad Behavior Silk Scarf by Nottene: NYC-based illustrator Kimberly Ellen Hall takes the formality out of the accessory with her hand drawn designs

The Bad Behavior Silk Scarf by Nottene


Last week at Cool Hunting + Story’s second annual Pitch Night, we heard from over forty different designers and makers over the course of almost five hours. With surprise guest judge Whoopi Goldberg adding to the pressure to make an impression,…

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Interview: Experimental Designer Kiel Mead: The NYC-based creative discusses his aim to enhance the human experience

Interview: Experimental Designer Kiel Mead


Sponsored content: Capturing the spirit of the expression “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” designer Kiel Mead repurposes found objects into nostalgic gems. Born east of the Midwest, Mead relocated to New York to attend Pratt Institute. Transitioning from…

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Langdon Graves for Ghostly International Editions: The NYC-based illustrator explores the mind-body separation in a series of prints

Langdon Graves for Ghostly International Editions


At this point, pigeonholing Ghostly International as a record label is beyond antiquated. Headquartered in Ann Arbor, Michigan (and with a strong presence in NYC), the multi-platform creative house simultaneously delves into product design, fashion, visual…

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Kalen Hollomon for Capsule SS15 : The NYC-based mixed media artist creates provocative collages with vintage adverts

Kalen Hollomon for Capsule SS15


Each season, fashion and lifestyle tradeshow Capsule commissions a single artist to create an exclusive body of work to be featured on invites, signage and printed newsletters distributed during stops in New York, Paris, Berlin and…

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3sixteen + Thomas Hooper, the Decade Collection: NYC-based denim experts celebrate 10 years with limited, collaborative offerings

3sixteen + Thomas Hooper, the Decade Collection


In the fast-paced world of fashion, brands come and go with the seasons. NYC-based 3sixteen is one label that continues to stand strong with its commitment to craftsmanship and quality. Specializing in denim, 3sixteen is celebrating…

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Zillow buys NYC-based apartment finder StreetEasy, points to further expansion

When it comes to renting or buying an apartment in New York City, you generally have two choices: trawl the no man’s land of craigslist hoping that you don’t get screwed, or use StreetEasy, the go-to destination to find a place to live in New York. Today, real estate listing giant Zillow announced that it is purchasing the seven-year-old startup for $ 50 million in cash.

StreetEasy rose to the lead in NYC’s intensely competitive real estate market by offering shoppers an easy-to-use tool to find listings without the help of an expensive broker. The site claims to have 1.2 million monthly active users and offers information for renters, buyers, and real-estate professionals. The purchase gives Zillow a foothold in the New York market,…

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