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Got It Made

Got It Made

All the Messages Hidden in Christine Alcalay’s Mesmerizing Patterns

Got It Made BY liz 05/30/2019
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"A lot of people don't know where patterns come from," explains Christine Alcalay. But in the world of this apparel designer and Brooklyn boutique owner, each print that shows up in her collection is part of a larger seasonal vision - and is custom-made by Christine and her team. So when developing our limited-edition scrunchies, she wanted to give her favorites a sustainable second life (and, um, hand-cut every component from scraps). Here's the scoop on the very worthy winners - so if you scoop up a hair accessory and the inevitable compliments start rolling in, you'll have the perfect "well, actually…" follow-up. READ MORE
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Art so Striking You Should Probably Wear It

Got It Made 05/17/2019
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There's a lot to love about Samantha Pleet's romantic-yet-practical clothing line - but we're especially partial to the way she incorporates charming, colorful prints, which all tell some kind of story. Whether they're based on Sound of Music nostalgia or spooky ghost tales, each one is uniquely out there but still totally wearable. Here's Samantha on how she and her husband Patrick, who both also design their own patterns, pair up with some of the raddest illustrators around. READ MORE
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The Dallas Clothing Studio That Doubles as a Creative Hub

Got It Made 03/29/2019
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If you're looking for a reason to fall hard and fast for Dallas, try this on for size: "In this community, we help each other out, which is something that is really enlightening and new for me," says the designer (and native Texan) Kendall Falcon. Inspired by all the creative magic happening in the city around her, she's turned the office for her cool (and comfortable) clothing line Clan of Cro into a hybrid studio space called Cro Studios, which she rents to local photographers, uses to hosts art shows, and puts to use in any other way she can think of to help the artistic crew around her. Step inside, why don't you? READ MORE

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