Interviews, Series

IN Interviews : Pearl+ Luxury Soap

This is the first article in a seven-part series interviewing independent small business owners in the apothecary space. I initially learned of Pearl+ at the end of 2015, right before I moved to Portland from New York. I stayed one night at the Ace Hotel in Midtown and splurged on room service, their fully-stocked mini-bar, and a bottle of Thé Noir 29 […]

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Interviews, Series

IN Interviews : The Apothecary Series

‘Apothecary’ used to mean combining a lengthy list of intricate ingredients such as herbs, minerals, and animal fats for ingesting, salves for topical use, and aromatics for aromatherapy. In considering what pharmacies in the past may have looked like in the olden days, many of us can only conjure up mental visuals of dusty floor-to-ceiling cabinets housing several rows of jars, with […]

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Fashion, Interviews

IN Interviews : Linda Huang

As a small island in East Asia, Taiwan does not receive as much love and regard as its more popular neighbors, China and Japan. But don’t be fooled: Taiwan is brimming with new talent within fashion and design and the stream of creativity is constant. Infashuated had a chance to sit down with Linda Huang, Visual Merchandising Consultant at […]

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IN Interviews : Croon

Six months ago, Bangkok based label, Croon, started gaining global kudos, making pastel Oxfords adorned with bows and glitter. Croon’s footwear is the perfect addition to primp a slightly stale ensemble. You know that feeling when everything in your closet starts to feel www? There is nothing better than a new addition to spruce things up; a […]

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IN Interviews : WWake

WWake is a young jewelry and accessory brand started by designer, Wing Yin Yau. Wing’s signature rope jewelry is minimal, and it uses detailing that can be viewed as ornate and delicate. Some of her pieces appear as though they are organic and made by nature, while others appear more handmade. In just one encounter […]

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IN Interviews : Kate Alice Falcus

One of my favorite materials, and what I believe to be the most versatile and pliable material for modern day designers, is denim. Not only is this material malleable, but it is also fitting for a plethora of different occasions. From worldwide pioneering denim company, Levi Strauss, or twill cotton to denim, the material has […]

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IN Interviews : Kzeniya Oudenot

While attending New York’s biannual tradeshow, Capsule, I met designer and entrepreneur, Kzeniya Oudenot. Oudenot’s bubbly attitude and openness made her great to speak with. Discovering Oudenot’s collection of bags and accessories for the first time was quite astonishing. I was immediately drawn in by the small intricate detailing and color. Every piece is made […]

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IN Interviews : Brianna Fano

There are many designers, (Kelsey Quan, Miansai, and Kirsty Ward) dabbling in similar types of playful, modern, decorative rope, lucite, and metal jewelry. Brianna Fano’s distinctive and noticeable details come from her exploration of shapes and transparency. Her icy translucent, cool blues, and solid lucite shapes attached to military/climbing rope with silver and gold trims […]

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IN Interviews : Sasha Helim

With a handful of experience, a blog full of illustrations, and countless photographic inspiration, British designer and third-year fashion illustration student, Sasha Helim, is gaining momentum that will motivate her career for years to come. Sasha doesn’t live the life of an average student. If she’s not tied up with London College of Fashion, she is […]

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IN Interviews : Stine Riis

After graduating from London College of Fashion, up-and-coming designer, Stine Riis is immediately making waves for herself. Upon completion of her BA, Riis was granted the Biddle Sawyer Silks Award, given for her innovative and material explorations. Stine’s graduate show has created a buzz with many press platforms, online as well as offline. Her work […]

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