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A steady stream of light reaches into Hannah Jewett's home studio—it makes the silver chains suspended on the wall, the geometric shapes stacked in clear bins, and the panels of lucite in various compositions, gleam. It's a minimal space, but all of the objects within it are striking and confident. Jewett describes herself as an accessories, clothing, and lifestyle designer that just left her full time job to keep up with the jewelry orders that have been...
In 2010, after years spent navigating the cis/straight menswear scene as a transmasculine person, New York native Rae Tutera had an epiphany. Inside a tailor shop in Manhattan, Tutera reconnected with their body while getting fit for a custom suit. Noting the frustration in finding clothes for both trans and gender nonconforming people, Tutera approached former architect and cis male suit maker Daniel Friedman in hopes of deconstructing this narrative. But these modest ambitions...
Sara Schpani, 21 Occupation: Student Where are you headed? Chinatown Tell us about your outfit: I’m going for 70s with a twist (patch pants) Favorite item of clothing? These pants One piece you covet more than any other? Blue fur collar Store where most of your clothes are from? Beacons Style icon? Spice Girls What other decade and city’s style do you most wish you were around for in its original iteration? 70s
“The word ‘dokonoko’ is a Japanese saying without a direct English translation. It’s a simple expression of curiosity that raises a profound set of questions about identity and origin.” This is the idea behind new Brooklyn-based label Dokonoko—launching in February during fashion week—with its duo of female founders looking to bring a sense of bold, graphic Tokyo fashions to girls across the borough. The concept is courtesy of graphic designer Reina Sugiyama, 31, born in Tokyo...

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