Tagged: Fashion

How to Style: Power Play

How to Style: Power Play

We go behind the scenes with stylist Sissy Sainte-Marie to learn how to dress for the boardroom and beyond.  

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Introducing: Admasu

Introducing: Admasu

We’re happy to introduce Dawit Admasu’s eponymous line of handmade necklaces and bracelets to Need Supply Co.

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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: AMI

Introducing: AMI

In fashion, there is only one constant: Paris. Though it cycles in an out of favor from season to season and decade to decade, the original home of haute couture and Truffaut film noir will always have some little something over the cold rigour of Copenhagen, the brashness of New York, London’s cerebral experiments or […]

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Introducing: Dress Up

Introducing: Dress Up

Dress up. It’s a simple imperative, but set against the striking creations of Melbourne-based designer Stephanie Downey, it becomes an call to action for fashion as a means of emotional expression. For 8 years now, the Australian brand has been making waves with season after season of restrained elegance. Combining subtle yet considered details with […]

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Asian Street Fashion

Asian Street Fashion

We tend to speak in sweeping statements about globalization. After all, the very concept is all-encompassing: it implies an everything, everywhere mass-homogenization. But despite the Golden Arches’ reach to every cranny of the planet, we’re still a ways off from true mass-homogenization. Nowhere is this more evident than in fashion, where regional and national differences in […]

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Washed Denim

Washed Denim

Denim. The ubiquitous staple, originally a favorite of the working-man, was launched into proliferation by the American post-war baby boom. As models for textile creation shifted, the small-scale (slower) shuttle looms that crafted the beautiful imprecision of classic selvedge denim were pawned off to a recovering Japan. Faster, mass-market projectile looms gained favor amongst American […]

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The In Between: Culottes

The In Between: Culottes

It’s time again for the perennial in-between. When summer’s not quite gone and autumn’s not quite here. When layers are gained and shed throughout the day. When the search begins for the perfect transition pieces to carry you through both. Well, look no further than the culotte. It’s a far cry from the constrictive knee-length […]

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Travel: Seoul Fashion Week

Travel: Seoul Fashion Week

Continuing our ongoing narrative of interesting things happening around the world, our very own quasi-expat and former Seoul resident, A.J. Lund, took a quick jump across the Pacific to catch the Seoul Fashion Week in its fourteenth year. While there, she caught up with old friends, mingled with supermodels and K-pop singers, and got a […]

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