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The worst thing that an organic clothing line can do is look organic—but there's a crop of designers out there who've done some amazing things within the realm of sustainable production. Norwegian label Fin Oslo is no exception. Their orgasmic fall collection consists of the kinds of slouchy knits and slinky dresses meant to be worn together to create a juxtaposition in the sexiest of senses. Click through for all the images from the line, including our only grievance with the collection, a pair of woolen pants that look like something Pa might have worn to bed in Little House On The Prairie. Can't win 'em all!
Our love for the super-store Target cannot be summed up in a few paragraphs. We've spent many weekends aimlessly walking up and down the aisles, debating whether we really need those throw pillows, that newly on-sale candle, or that skirt from the hot, new designer collaboration. Simply put: The big-box store has read
When designer Aurora James moved to New York from Los Angeles in January 2011, the city was a different place — and she was a different person. Wanting to be closer to her hometown of Toronto, James found herself in a massive, open, and affordable live-work space in Bed-Stuy, ready to start her now CFDA-recognized read