Of a Kind
9 Excellent In-House Lines You Need to Stop Sleeping On
These (mostly online) stores know what you want and what you'll pay for it.
Must Read: There Are 67 Models on 'Vogue' Japan's August Cover, 48 Hours With Donatella Versace
Plus, Drake wrote a song for the Louis Vuitton men's show.
Must Read: #CastMeMarc Is Back, Prabal Gurung Designs Pokémon Collab Collection
Plus, Of a Kind introduces an exclusive permanent collection.
Of a Kind's Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo: How I Shop
The co-founders of e-marketplace Of a Kind have radically different practices when it comes to shopping — but remain on the same page of what matters.
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Dov Charney Wants $40 Million from American Apparel, Target Collaborates With Of a Kind
And Denmark is the latest country to discourage designers' use of underweight models.
Of a Kind Redesigns Amid Growing Competition
On the eve of its four-year anniversary, Of a Kind is unveiling a website redesign that better integrates content and commerce, and limited-edition merchandise with its full-time inventory. We caught up with co-founders Claire Mazur and Erica Cerulo to discuss the new design and the state of the business.
8 Fashionista Editors Reveal Their Fashion Week Essentials
If we were cars, these are the things that would fuel us. I know, #deep.
5 Bags That'll Make Carrying Around Your Bike Helmet Chic
I love biking! I love Citi Bike! In fact, I love it so much that I plan on biking from show to show during NYFW. One thing I don't love about biking, however, is carrying around a helmet in between rides. See, most helmets don't really fit into most bags, even bigger ones. Most bags are either too narrow or too shallow: the ideal helmet-carrier is both wide and deep so that you can just throw that sucker in there without having to take all this time making it fit. The bag should be easy to secure onto a bike, too. Here are five that I love because they do all of these things very well. And also because they're pretty.
Why Retail Startups Are Working to Make Fashion More Transparent
As fast fashion attempts to repair the damage done in Bangladesh, a group of innovative e-commerce companies make transparency a pillar of their businesses.
Rachel Antonoff, Reece Solomon, Daniel Vosovic Offer Advice on Running an Indie Label
Last Friday, for our first ever Fashionista conference, we got five of our favorite designers and one of our favorite e-commerce startup founders to sit down for an informative panel discussion on what is obviously our favorite topic: how to make it in fashion. Here's what we learned.
Fashionista 50: The Most Influential People in New York Fashion Right Now
To survive in this business, you've got to have more than talent. You've got to be shrewd, savvy, determined—and a crazy-hard worker.