We met Nivi Murthy at a pop-up during fashion week and immediately fell for her curated collection of top-notch designers. Her website, IKKIVI spotlights talented, responsibly-run brands from India. Check out over conversation below to hear about the impact IKKIVI creates as a result of operating with a values-driven mindset.
We Met Olga Kotova at a pop-up by In Support Of during NYFW SS20. We were mesmerized by her use of bold colors, substantial fabrics and classic but quirky cuts. Get to know Olga and her brand Masha Maria in our interview.
Esper represents the new wave of designers. He's thoughtful and reflects on the impact he creates. His brand Come Back as a Flower (CBAAF) focuses on what the community wants and delivers style-driven pieces in harmony with nature. Meet Esper.
Christopher Bevans was at the height of Sean John, Yeezy before it was Yeezy and directed Nike’s urban apparel line. He's one of the fashion industry's most sought-after experts for brand design. We wanted to hear his story.
Marcos Mafia was a Reef-sponsored, pro-kitesurfer. But as his skills grew so did his pile of retired sails. Unwilling to toss the otherwise sturdy sail fabric, he upcycled them into backpacks. Here’s how he got started, his thoughts on sustainability and the impact he wants to create.
After a career on the business side of fashion and losing six umbrellas, Ludi Wang looked for a stylish but functional raincoat. With lackluster results, she created her own.
We found Pygoscelis while searching scouring the internet for minimal but functional, sleek and sustainable underwear. It took more effort than it should, but we found a few brands we are way into. One of them is by Jeanne Ebendinger, founder of Pygoscelis. She hand makes each naturally-dyed item, uses of her excess fabric and […]
we can't get enough of Stuzo's identity-driven, bold but classic clothes. A year after our interview, we went behind the scenes at their latest runway show to hear how the brand has evolved. Watch now.
Olha and Helen Norba wanted wardrobe items that could take them from a workout class to a lunch date or even a night out. But in the Ukraine, chic sportswear wasn’t a thing. They made it one. With minimalist styles, solid colors and sustainable fabrics, Norba supports on-the-go women across the globe. Launched in 2018, […]
High-school trendsetter, FIT graduate and wellness junkie Sabrina Zohar sits down with us to share her motivation and vision behind Softwear–one of the softest, most sustainable and stylish leisurewear brands in the game.
HOMOCO is what you get when you draw inspiration from heritage gas station aesthetics and produce clothes for queer summer fun. Watch our video interview with founder Daniel DuGoff and discover the new Queer Americana.
Get to know Ashley L. Fouyolle, in our video interview and find out how these passions-bordering-on-obsessions led her to launch UNWRP, a luxe gift wrapping company.
The Honey Pot Co was born out of an ancestral dream and is now available across Target stores nationwide. How did Beatrice Feliu Espada launch the first ever plant-based menstrual care system and why is it a home run? Find out in our chat.
Pyramid Seven makes boxer briefs for periods. From the get-go, this genderless brand reimagined boxer briefs to support people on their period–period. They added seemingly no-brainer features to help prevent leaking, but their product continues to sell out. Why are Pyramid Seven’s in such high demand? And what drove founder Zipporah Jarmon to launch the […]
From Vogue to PaperMag, everyone seems to be talking about Magnus Juliano and his custom 3D Louis Vuitton beads. Who is this creative from Columbus, what inspires him, and where does he want to see fashion evolve? He tells us below.Q: BET says you broke the internet. What do you think? Magnus Juliano: You know what? I’m shocked too. I’m not on the outside looking in, I’m on the inside…
ADAY's clothes aren’t your fair-weather friend. They're your constant companion ready to embrace work, travel and exercise–no sweat. How does the brand known for creating timeless essentials also achieve their ambitious sustainability and slow fashion goals? Read our interview with ADAY founders Meg He, Nina Faulhaber and the heads of Design and Development Amy Adair and Millie Maidens to find…