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 […]