• Kaarem: on Sharing Joy

    Inspired by their home in Vietnam and design influences in New York City, the minimalist tailor brand, KAAREM, sits down to chat with us about the beauty of hand-sewn finishes and their favourite ice cream scoop in Chinatown.

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  • North America: The Revival of Homegrown Fashion

    Moving on from the spotlight on Asia’s fashion innovators, we look ahead into the birthplace of the “new-age” green movement in North America.

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  • 5 Points as to Why Sustainable Fashion Has to Move Up the Priority List

    We've started a collaboration with Conscious Magazine to talk about the importance of addressing sustainability and the environment in fashion.

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  • Clothing Care Tips from Collective

    We asked the guys at Collective to give us some clothing care tips. With their newly launched Eco Care Solution that smells like juniper, we've been doing all our laundry with this non toxic and allergen free alternative and love it.

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  • Collective: An Agency for Change

    COLLECTIVE was born from curiosity that sparked one man's journey into following the makings of a T-shirt. From there came a collection of simple basics that address the power of a supposedly 'shallow' industry, the ills of fast fashion and the people who pay the price for it.

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  • In the Studios: Diarte

    Design duo behind Spanish label, Diarte, speaks up about doing things right from the beginning to the end of their label.

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  • Feral Childe: Eternally Curious

    Trekking to the outskirts of Dumbo, our newest Brooklyn-based brand, Feral Childe, shares with us what it means to keep a child-like curiosity, to work with artists in New York and supporting the Garment District.

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  • The Sway NYC: Rebels with a Green Cause

    A handbag and jacket design house, The SWAY NYC has carved itself a unique niche with its beautifully crafted pieces made from up-cycled leather. With a focus on textures, tassels, geometry and form, The Sway is a mix up of 'green' ideals with a rock and roll attitude, influenced by biker culture of the past and present.

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  • Partimi: The Journey Home

    Eleanor Dorrien-Smith, the brainchild of Partimi, shares with us about her concept of home, environmental responsibility and the process of creating clothes that have substance.

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  • Meeting Thu Thu: The Story of Sapa

    Thuy Duong Nguyen, the designer behind THU THU, shares with us that being lost isn't necessarily a bad thing and how a trip to the Sapa region of Vietnam created a label.

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  • Orsola de Castro: The Eternal Optimist

    Orsola de Castro is the co-curator of Esthetica a groundbreaking green fashion initiative with an aim to nurture young designers to think and create sustainably. We talk to her more about what it means to save the world through fashion and seeing imperfection with a new lens.

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  • Isabell de Hillerin: Preservation & Memory

    Berlin-based designer, Isabell de Hillerin, shares about her love for embroidery and finding hands who still remember the lost art.

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  • Souvenirs: Craft not Kitsch

    Translated as “wanderer” in Swahili, Tatiana Santo Domingo and Dana Alikhani established Muzungu Sisters in 2011. The girls travel to bring ethically crafted clothes and accessories from local artisans to encourage the continuation of traditional craft and to bring these pieces into the modern wardrobe.

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