December 26, 2017

9 New Fashion Brands We Discovered This Year

Advertisement CreditYou Sun Edda Gimnes “If someone had told me all of the things that would happen to me after leaving university just two years ago, […]
March 1, 2017

How Microbatch Textiles Became Cool

When Fawn Galli, an interior designer, needed drapery for floor-to-ceiling French windows overlooking Central Park in the apartment of the screenwriter David Koepp, no ordinary fabric […]
December 24, 2016

Wintering the Danish Way: Learning About Hygge

As soothing as a video of a basket of baby sloths, and borne on a raft of lifestyle books, hygge is headed for your living room. […]
November 17, 2016

Yoga? Weaving? Vigils? The Search for Postelection Calm

They were a cheerful, if slightly dazed, group last Thursday evening at Voz, a store on Elizabeth Street that sells ethical fashion made by indigenous people […]
September 21, 2016

On the Verge: Brand to Know: Basics That Champion an Eco-Friendly Agenda

On the Verge By HILARY MOSS To prepare their newest goods, the designers Bobby Bonaparte and Max Kingery bought turmeric in bulk — 15 pounds, to […]
May 5, 2016

From Runway to Runner: The Crossover Appeal of Fashion Trends

By JULIE LASKY May 4, 2016 Leather belting, fringe citrus colors, playful geometric prints, Victorian styling: Those were the trends that magazines like Elle and Vogue spotted in […]
April 1, 2016

U.S. Textile Industry Turns to Tech as Gateway to Revival

By STEVE LOHR April 1, 2016 Warwick Mills shows the kind of innovative know-how common among American textile companies that have survived the fierce global competition of recent […]