I'm trying to channel a character I once played onstage.
This is a reminder of what fashion is like at its best.
The luxury label is trying to get greener ahead of Riccardo Tisci's debut collection.
Retro and oh-so-comfy.
Not sure how this will look to my New York eyes once I'm back in the Big Apple, but for now I want it.
I want to add this breezy piece to my collection.
An investigation into what B Corp certification is and what kinds of apparel brands it makes sense for.
And gave us a peek inside its new green factory partner in Nanchong, China.
The brand is bringing the goods from Egypt to NYC.
It's the passion project of a stylist who cut her teeth at "W," "Vogue" and "Harper's Bazaar."
Just like me, tbh.
According to a new report by the Walk Free Foundation.
It's not TMI if it's organic, right?
Plus, Feminist Apparel CEO fires employees who confronted him about past sexual abuse.
An inside look at the brand's "Tiny Factory," where a meticulous sorting and record-keeping process transforms old clothes into new ones on a large scale.
I kind of can't believe I don't own anything from the brand yet.
From Calvin Klein to Dior, quilting has been all over the runways — but what does that mean for the quilting community?
Street-appropriate clothes for people who care about garment laborers and the planet.
The organization has leveraged collaborations with Adidas, Stella McCartney, G-Star Raw, Net-a-Porter and more to raise awareness and money for ocean conservation.
The just-launched label is using circular economy principles to rethink how we buy — and dispose of — our tees.