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LIVING: Sonoko Sakai

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AT HOME: Jane Penny

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LIVING: Rosie LaJaguara

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Consider the Artist: Carrie Mae Weems

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LIVING: Stella Simona

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LIVING: Trinity Mouzon

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Masks for Donations

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Sustained Justice + Change

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The SM Cotton Mask

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MEET: Lyric Shen

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Sophia Moreno-Bunge

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AT HOME: Alexa de la Cruz

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MEET: Keren Longkumer

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Tiana Petrullo

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AT HOME: Sissy Sainte-Marie

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Hannah Canham

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The Spring Collection — Articulations of Form

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Symbolism, Self-Adornment

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Idle Hours

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Fiona Dinkelbach

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Karen Kim

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Sissy Sainte-Marie

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Anna Morton

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Cecilia Bordarampe

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Signs of Fall with Simplicity City

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Incense Through Time

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Rebecca Mapes

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Jess Hannah

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Martine Syms

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Air

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Kuoth Wiel

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5 Things: May

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Color Study: Mandarin

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Caring For Your Clothing

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Design Philosophy: Modularity

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Su Wu

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Nastassia Brückin

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Barbara Hepworth at Work

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Maryanne Casasanta

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A Moment in Repose: The Winter Solstice Through Time

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In Motion

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Early Autumn in Puglia

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Constructing the Narrative: The Work of Artist Valentine Schlegel

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Design Philosophy: The Tie Dress

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“The Sky is Different, the Wind is Different”: Considering Georgia O’Keeffe as Traveler

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First Look: Fall Editorial

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Amanny Ahmad



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A Moment of Pause

In this unique and challenging time we are taking a pause - a moment to reflect on the people who make the existence of our company possible. Our staff, our suppliers, cutters and sewers, the stores that we work with, and you, the customer: we pause to share gratitude for all of the individuals that make our work both feasible and worthwhile.

We understand that this moment has challenged all of us to consider what is important to us, which is why the support you have shown us at this time has been especially valued. It is important to us that you feel cared for in return, and we therefore welcome any dialogue you’d like to share - questions about a specific part of our supply or production chain, why a particular design decision was made, or even thoughts about what you’d like to see from the brands you shop right now. At this moment of reflection, we think it’s imperative to keep the conversation going.

Our intention is to continue to create clothing that feels meaningful - items that are comfortable, practical and timeless, constructed for longevity and with care in mind towards each of the individuals that contributed to produce each piece.

We thank you for allowing us to continue in this mission.

With gratitude,
Shaina