Category: Fashion

Introducing: Feit

Introducing: Feit

Fine handmade shoes from New York so beautiful, they speak for themselves.

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NYFW: Backstage at Rachel Comey

NYFW: Backstage at Rachel Comey

We went backstage at what is being called this NYFW’s most diverse fashion show, Rachel Comey’s SS16.

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Introducing: Journal

Introducing: Journal

This fall Need Supply Co. welcomes Journal, a brand whose highly-considered pieces distill the quiet sensibility of Scandinavia. We spoke with Journal’s creative director and co-founder Elisabeth Sandberg Leerskov about the inspirations and intentions behind the brand’s Autumn collection.

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Études Studio in Coversation

Études Studio in Coversation

To welcome Études’ A/W arrival, we revisit our Paris visit with Aurélien Arbet and Jérémy Egry of Études Studio from Human Being Journal 3. As ever, Études is an art collective, creative studio, fashion label, and clothing line based in Paris and New York.  

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Introducing: Hope

Introducing: Hope

Since 2002, Stefan Söderberg and Ann Ringstrand have been creating garments with the cool sophistication of their native Stockholm.

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The Minimalist’s Guide to Your Wardrobe

The Minimalist’s Guide to Your Wardrobe

We get an object lesson in maximizing fall and winter style through five thoughtful minimalist principles.

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Introducing: orSlow

Introducing: orSlow

Need Supply Co. is happy to welcome orSlow – the Japanese brand reinterpreting the workwear of America’s mid-century with a thoughtful approach and meticulous attention to detail.

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Studio Visit: Olivia Kane Mood Rings

Studio Visit: Olivia Kane Mood Rings

New Zealand-born, Brooklyn-based Olivia Fleming is our kind of creative: well-rounded and always on to something new. She talks to us about her new line of mood rings and all the good vibes they bring. 

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Soulland In Conversation

Soulland In Conversation

A conversation between Silas Adler and Jacob Kampp Berliner from Human Being Journal 6. 

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Interview: Corrie Wessman

Interview: Corrie Wessman

Chicago artist Corrie Wessman has made a game of drawing dignified animals and dressing them rather well. We found her through Instagram and were delighted to talk to her about the project.

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Comme des Garçons: A Brief History

Comme des Garçons: A Brief History

In fashion, to stand the test of time is the ultimate measure of success. We consider the enduring relevance of Rei Kawakubo’s inimitable label, nearly 5 decades after its founding.

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Runway: John Elliott + Co. S/S 16

Runway: John Elliott + Co. S/S 16

Of all the shows we saw on the runways of the inaugural New York Fashion Week: Men’s, our favorite was easily John Elliott + Co.’s excellent showing at Clarkson Square on Wednesday, Running Through Vietnam: Structure From Chaos. 

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F/W Trend: Denim Opens Up

F/W Trend: Denim Opens Up

For this fall and beyond, denim gets extroverted and volume speaks volumes. Fresh cuts with flowing lines are in: the artful fashion fit, oversize takes on the classic straight fit and the new vintage of the feminine flare.

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Studio Visit: 2DM Management

Studio Visit: 2DM Management

In the big fashion cities, photography agencies are islands unto themselves: they are the places where visionary photographers, stylists, art directors, models and magazines converge for all the world’s iconic editorial imagery. We visited our friends in Milan behind that city’s premiere agency and talk to its founder, Esmeralda Wagner.

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The Minimalist’s Guide To Vacation Packing

The Minimalist’s Guide To Vacation Packing

Our friend Kristen Ziegler, better known as Minima, lives and breathes minimalism — as far as she’s concerned, it is a “holistic approach to life” and everything from her taste in furniture to her monochromatic wardrobe makes her something of a domestic Dieter Rams. A while back, she gave us some handy spring cleaning tips, […]

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The Graphic T: A Brief History

The Graphic T: A Brief History

Fashion without the T-shirt is like coffee without a cup: directionless, too hot. And so it is almost inconceivable to think that through the first half of the 20th century it was considered only an undergarment: a hidden nod to Victorian modesty in a newly mass-produced age. From the 1950s onwards, however, the graphic T rapidly […]

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Sun-Ready Skincare

Sun-Ready Skincare

Style rule #1: protect your assets. Chief among those assets is, of course, your skin, which needs an extra dose of help in the sunny months. Now that summer is upon us, we’ve gathered some of the best, most conscientious products to help prepare and protect you before, during and after a good time in the sunshine. Pre-Sun […]

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Style Icon: Chavela Vargas

Style Icon: Chavela Vargas

In a society ruled almost without exception by machismo, Chavela Vargas was throughout her life an extraordinarily empowered woman. She began her career by busking in the streets, but became well-known for subverting the traditional ranchera style, usually sung from a masculine point of view. She took these songs about adventure and love and society and sang them in long, drawn-out phrases […]

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Human Being Journal 6 Launch Party

Human Being Journal 6 Launch Party

Last Friday together with Soulland we launched Human Being Journal 6 at Christian Berst Art Brut on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Almost as soon as we opened the doors, the gallery was packed with our friends, a few celebrities and quite a few fresh faces we’d like to see more of – there was even a […]

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Introducing: Georgia Alice

Introducing: Georgia Alice

From seemingly the beginning of time, fashion has coalesced around a few capitals: Paris, New York, Milan, London, Tokyo. But as Internet has opened the world, we’ve seen an outpouring of creativity in apparel showcasing the quirks and traditions of places far beyond those major nodes. India, Scandinavia and Australia are thoroughly on the map, and […]

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