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...
PHOTOGRAPHY: Kenya Bravo SUBJECT: Feifan Wang NEIGHBORHOOD: Crown Heights OCCUPATION: Entrepreneur & Photographer Lived in Residence: 1 year Number of Rooms: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Roommates: I live alone Feifan Wang wanted an apartment to fit his personal aesthetic: equal parts clean and modern, with some industrial accents thrown into the equation. Creating a space that felt uniquely his was something Feifan was not sure he could do with the help of a friend, but in his case, an outsider's perspective truly paid off. Feifan enlisted the...
Stepping into ABC Carpet & Home’s newest location in Industry City could feel full of contradictions: the old-fashioned mingles with the modern; clean and bold surfaces give way to patinas. It should feel full of contradictions, but it doesn’t – everything co-exists in a way that’s intentional and feels right. “Co-exist is the perfect word. It is a concept that speaks to our ethos,” said Colleen Newell, ABC Carpet & Home’s executive vice president. “We...
Looking at the contents of a person’s bag is kind of like peeking into a neighbor’s window as you stroll down your block. It feels personal, like you’re getting an inside look into someone’s private life. Since rummaging through your coworkers’ bags uninvited is generally frowned upon, I asked three of my colleagues to walk me through what they carry in their day-to-day. Morgan and Chris gave me a look into their Rivendell Mountain...
PHOTOGRAPHY: D.P. Jolly NAME: Jacob Bagwell OCCUPATION: Sales Representative for Rick Owens AGE: 22 NEIGHBORHOOD: Brooklyn Heights It's funny to think about how much clothing can impact an outsider's perspective on someone. Having never spoken a word to Jacob our entire first year of high school, I was determined to be his friend. Jacob was the only high schooler I knew that could wear suits and newsboy caps to class and be perceived as a legitimate badass. When we...
PHOTOGRAPHY DP Jolly STYLIST Brandon Davis SUBJECT Darnell L. Moore AGE 42 OCCUPATION Editor-at-Large at CASSIUS, Writer NEIGHBORHOOD Bed-Stuy What do you say to someone who's fly without fail, every time you see them? Whose off-days, when they've just "thrown something together," makes you reconsider what an on-day looks like? And who always looks as if they're going somewhere even when they're not? When seeing writer Darnell L. Moore swag down Lewis Avenue, I've considered asking him, with Kanye-esque audacity, "How?!"...

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