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The History of the Jumpsuit

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The History of the Jumpsuit

Discover the history of the jumpsuit and learn how its style and influence in fashion culture has evolved over the past century.

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Layering Ideas: How to Transition Summer Clothes to Fall

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Layering Ideas: How to Transition Summer Clothes to Fall

Learn how to transition summer tops and dresses into fall and winter outfits with our stylist Leah. 

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Queen Street: Our Toronto Location

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Queen Street: Our Toronto Location

Queen Street is the vein that runs through the coolest neighborhood in Toronto’s West End. Learn more about the area and Meg's Canadian location! 

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Brooklyn Love: Our Atlantic Ave Location

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Brooklyn Love: Our Atlantic Ave Location

Atlantic Ave in Brooklyn is one of the longest streets in New York and a major thoroughfare from Brooklyn to Queens. The charm from Boerum Hill to Brooklyn Heights, is that there is every kind of shop throughout these blocks. Stroll, browse and shop for bras by the iconic Iris, 70’s furniture at Humble House, beautiful household pieces at Michele Varian, rounded out with a coffee at The Little Sweet Café, lunch at French Louie or a drink and oysters at the Grand Army. A perfect outing for a day for yourself or an excursion with a friend. Come wander the...

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Buying Clothes for the Long Term

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Buying Clothes for the Long Term

Vanessa Friedman recently wrote a great article for the New York Times called Can I Buy Fast Fashion and Not Feel Guilty? In it she quotes Maxine Bedat, the founder of the New Standard Institute and the architect of New York’s Fashion Sustainability and Social Accountability Act, currently wending its way through the State Legislature, “prolonging the active lifetime of a garment by two (using the garment in its original form twice as many times as average), will decrease the climate impact by 49 percent.” Average was estimated as SEVEN times. Think about that!  We hear comments like:  “I lived...

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