Designers + Labels


Greenest garment on the high street: Reclaimed materials but far from hobo chic

Marks & Spencer is not only a big company, grossing $15.5 billion in revenues in 2011, but they’ve got a big vision of sustainability and men in suits–no, really. From reclaimed buttons to recycled polyester, M&S…

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Micaela Greg: Artful quality and boyish cool aesthetic

Micaela Greg’s modern geometric patterns and undeniable quality are bound to keep you cozy and styling this winter. The San Francisco-based sisters, Karen and Marie Potesta, design and produce beautiful knitwear right in their SF studio. …

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Piece x Piece: How SF Designer Is Turning Waste Into Wearables

San Francisco based fashion designer, Elizabeth Brunner, created Piece x Piece when she became aware of the immense amount of waste that occurs every season from fast fashion’s fabric swatches. She has, with elegance and simplicity, turned a…

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Clover Canyon: Design with a Local Pathos

Clover Canyon’s beautifully bold prints and feminine design found throughout their brand and here in their SS13 collection, focused on preserving local production. Creative Director Rozae Nichols, drives the label’s pathos, stating: “Clover Canyon is made…

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