These are some fierce Gods and Demons tees by Sage Trail.
Run by duo Nigel and Ruth, Cotton Love is an independent fashion studio based in the UK. Our objective, is to establish Cotton Love as a label which offers functional, easy to wear clothing with a refinement of detailing, honesty of construction and distinguished identity. The Cotton Love style is about clean lines, confident proportions and considered detailing. A sensibility inspired by 90s minimalism, eastern silhouettes and antique workwear.
We love the simplicity in Cotton Love’s debut menswear & womenswear collection.
Ever thought about running a Kickstarter project for your handmade jewelry, spring menswear collection, new line of leather bags or anything else for stylish folks?
Come join us on Monday, August 5th at the Fashion Institute of Technology in NYC for a presentation and panel on bringing your fashion project to life.
Joining Kickstarter’s Art, Fashion and Photography Project Specialist Nicole He will be FIT alumni and creators Stefan Loble, Heather Huey, and Amy Lombard, as well as Sass Brown, Acting Assistant Dean of FIT’s School of Art and Design.
Free and open to the public. RSVP here.
Fashion tutor and long-time illustrator, Howard Tangye, has finally compiled a book of his illustrations, including work for high profile clients like Dior. In his capacity as the fashion womenswear pathway leader at Central St. Martins College of Art & Design he has taught John Galliano, Christopher Kane, Stella McCartney and Hussein Chalayan.
Launched on Kickstarter, he is hoping to raise funds for a publishing run.
See more at:
- Bella in London
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Love this New Disruptor podcast with Lumi. Great insight into all it took for them to get the project off the ground.
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As New York Fashion week wraps up, we thought we’d share some of our favorite stylin’ projects that have graced the Fashion category.
- Vintage-Inspired Groomsmen Apparel
- CONSTRVCT: Design Your Own Fashion
- Pretty Snake’s “Kitty Garden Party” Leggings
- Emily+Ross: Modern Scarves, Vintage Style, Local Perspective
- Émeute - Los Angeles
- VOTARY - Knitted Scarf and Blanket Collection
- A Gentleman’s Surf Collection by Wellen
- Alder New York
- Iva Jean: Bike Fashion for Women, Spring 2013
Inspired designer? Start your own!
Bear hugs just got real.
Come for the dancing bear, stay for the civilian space suit, Kickstarter-funded opera, open source geiger counter, in-game marriage proposal and much more…
It’s the Best of Kickstarter 2012.
Look what you did.
It’s been an inspiring year.
We’re celebrating the most creative projects and memorable moments on Kickstarter in 2012. Looking back, we couldn’t be prouder of this community or more excited for the future. Thanks to all the creators and backers who make it happen — here’s to 2013!
The Grunion Run makes well-tailored clothing for groomsmen that’s affordable and stylish. The project of a wife-and-husband team from LA, this small-scale operation produces apparel that can both stand out at a wedding and earn a spot in your closet afterward. Try this Project of the Day on for size.
Hats for winter waves.
You have to be a little crazy to surf in New England all winter long.
The small team at N.E. Surf definitely loves to shred as the temperature dips, but that doesn’t mean these wave junkies don’t appreciate a little warmth. So they’ve partnered with a couple of local farms and designed a line of beanies made from natural, untreated sheep and alpaca yarn to keep you toasty before and after a wintry dip.
Nothing crazy about that — these handsome hats are the Project of the Day.
We get a lot of questions from women who want to wear men’s suits, but have a hard time with the fitting. Some women have bodies that work decently with menswear, but the honest truth is that it’s hard to fit a woman’s body into a men’s suit - they’re very differently shaped, and the suit is an unforgiving garment. I usually recommend that women and trans folks with feminine bodies just go custom, but that can obviously be prohibitively expensive.
This cool Kickstarter project, Saint Harridan, aims to change that. Their goal is to produce reasonably-priced suiting, shirts and ties for people with womanly bodies but masculine fashion senses. I’m not aware of any off-the-rack options for these folks, and I think it’d be a big step forward. A pledge of just $540 gets you a suit if they’re produced, and that strikes me as a worthwhile investment. Good luck, Saint Harridan!