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As innovative startups reinvent life as we know it, how has work style adapted to match a modern, constantly redefined work culture? We chatted with four game-changers in their respective fields whose work clothes amplify their brand and inspire boundless creativity in their business. All photos were taken at The Yard: South Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s newest workspace for small businesses, entrepreneurs, and creatives. Dani Dufresne, Founder & Executive Producer at The Auxiliary Co. The Auxiliary is a production consultancy,...
PHOTOS: Candace Howe I am not an online shopping kind of woman and I don’t follow clothing boutiques on social media, but for some reason around October 2017, I was on Instagram and hit follow for Love Pink POSH. I’m not completely sure why I added them to my daily feed, but from what I remember, the woman modeling the clothes for this black-owned clothing boutique in Williamsburg, Brooklyn was simply intriguing. Not too long...
SUBJECT: Yegang Yoo NEIGHBORHOOD: Greenpoint OCCUPATION: Handbag Designer LIVED IN RESIDENCE: About 4 Years NUMBER OF ROOMS: It’s an open layout, but we have french doors for the bedroom. We have a finished basement which is also basically one big open space. ROOMMATES: A husband and a cat What’s your favorite thing about your apartment? The backyard, spacious bathroom and the beautiful gray hardwood flooring. Least favorite? It’s a really old building, and the layout is a bit of a challenge to...
Name: KrisAnne Madaus Occupation: Print and Digital Production at Vanity Fair Age: 26 Neighborhood: East Williamsburg On Look One:  Shania Twain tee under a white Dries Van Noten men’s button down, AG denim, Calvin Klein booties, and unbranded red leather gloves. The tee is a hand-me-down from a friend. Why anyone would give it up is beyond me. It’s a treasure. Now that I think of it, the thrifted button down could be an homage to her “Man! I Feel...

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