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4 Very Cool Ways to Tie on a Bandana

Hone Your Craft BY aleksa brown 03/21/2018
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If there's anyone who's mastered the art of rocking an all-occasion scarf, it's SaraHarari-Buchnea. Long before she launched her excellent collection of silk bandanas in 2016, Sara loved hunting for squares to add to her arsenal - and for good reason: their sheer versatility. Scroll on for four of Sara's tying tricks - you will knot be disappointed. READ MORE
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The Ultimate Guide to Shopping for Comfy (and Never Frumpy) Shoes

Hone Your Craft 03/07/2018
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For all the Sex and the City mythology that surrounds it, shopping for shoes is actually less fantasy sequence than often-frustrating exercise in trying to predict if those cute boots you're eyeing might end up inflicting blisters, pinched toes, or sore soles. And how do you know if they'll stretch out? Eree Kim has considered every possible burning shoe Q in her quest to make Hopp, her line of supportive-but-stylish footwear and sleek leather goods. So put your feet up and let her show you exactly what to look for. READ MORE
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How to Work with Your Sibling, from a Sister Duo That Gets It

Hone Your Craft 02/20/2018
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If you know anything about Of a Kind, you know we're all about a work wife. So when we heard that Lisa Jones of Pigeon Toe brought her sister Sam on a couple years ago to help her run her booming biz, we had loads of questions for the both of them. Starting with the obvious: How do they do it without creating Thanksgiving-ruining tension? The two gave us the ultimate sister-sister lowdown on settling arguments, splitting up their work, and, of course, running a super cool ceramics company together. READ MORE
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A Menswear Designer’s Quest to Make Shirting Work for Everyone

Hone Your Craft BY kiara mills 02/15/2018
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If you've ever tried on women's workwear, you've no doubt come across plenty of shirts that aren't flattering or comfortable. Dan Synder knows just what you're dealing with - and he's also mastered a special, three-panel design that's perfect for working or playing hard. His line Corridor, originally focused on menswear, started serving women as well a couple years back, and he has some intel to share on what it took to get his cuts juuust right. READ MORE

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