Behind the Brand: Meet VARYFORM designer and owner Masha Titievsky

Behind the brand: VARYFORM Meet Masha Titievsky Age: 25 Born: Kiev, Ukraine Grew up in: Louisville, KY I met Masha Titievsky this past summer, and was immediately impressed by this young, motivated woman and her easy going style, poise, and wealth of knowledge in the domains of fashion and retail. Masha and I spent about … Continue reading Behind the Brand: Meet VARYFORM designer and owner Masha Titievsky

True Cost: A testament to the importance of ethically-made fashion

When I mentioned SEWN to a friend, she immediately recommended a documentary she had recently watched on Netflix, The True Cost, and how impactful it was on her. She mentioned that this documentary transformed her views on how she purchases any product, but most especially her clothes. I quickly decided that my next Netflix rainy … Continue reading True Cost: A testament to the importance of ethically-made fashion

Argaman & Defiance: When Nature Inspires Your Favorite New Silk Accessory

Our founder Candice Stewart was introduced to Lydia Crespo, founder of silk accessory and clothing company, Argaman & Defiance, just a few months ago and knew instantly upon their first meeting that she had to stock Crespo’s products. Outside of absolutely loving all of Crespo’s designs, the Argaman & Defiance mission fits perfectly with the sustainable … Continue reading Argaman & Defiance: When Nature Inspires Your Favorite New Silk Accessory

Suki +Solaine: An Effortless Luxe Brand Designed and Made in Chicago

I recently discovered Chicago-based Suki + Solaine, and quickly wondered how I ever lived without this luxe brand that balances comfort with intrigue: using luxuriously soft modal, original prints, and stunning cuts that flatter a range of figures. After meeting with the team's In-house Sales Rep. Jen Dobransky at the West Town showroom, I instantly … Continue reading Suki +Solaine: An Effortless Luxe Brand Designed and Made in Chicago

Tuhkana: A step ahead in sustainable fashion

The apparel and textile industry is responsible for 10% of carbon emissions produced each year, making it second only to the petroleum industry. This is an ugly and grim fact that people do not typical consider when shopping for new adorable trends. The good news is that designers, like Tuhkana, are taking a stance for … Continue reading Tuhkana: A step ahead in sustainable fashion

Flower Crowns – Step-by-Step Guide to The Perfect Summer Festival Accessory

Contributor: Amanda Hoffman Instagram: @amandahoffman2 I am still loving this summer trend and even more so after I attended a Flower Crown making class at The Soho House, sponsored by Flowers for Dreams.  Flower Crowns can seem intimidating to make but I was surprisingly proved wrong after this class!  It took me about 45 minutes … Continue reading Flower Crowns – Step-by-Step Guide to The Perfect Summer Festival Accessory

You Are What You Wear, Especially at Work

By contributor Sharon Powers Building the quintessential wardrobe is likely to be tied more to your job than any other facet of life. For many of us, work drives our cash flow, influences our style and often begs for comfort after a long day at the office. The  array of pattern, fabric, color and fit of … Continue reading You Are What You Wear, Especially at Work