Bookmark This: Industry of One

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File this under “Things We Wish We’d Thought of Ourselves But Love Too Much to Really Care.” This week, our team is crushing on Industry of One, a newly hatched periodical that explores the relationship between our work and what we wear to it.

The site follows hip-lookin’ professionals from various industries for a week, photographing and interviewing them about the moments and wardrobe choices that make up the workweek. The hope, say Industry’s creators, is to capture “the relationship between one’s line of work [and] walk of life.” A lofty goal, but we think Industry does the job well.

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6 Responses to Bookmark This: Industry of One

  1. Rose Eva 05/16/2012 at 1:59 pm #

    That’s awesome!

  2. Dom 05/16/2012 at 4:14 pm #

    This is such a novel idea. Being a college junior, I kind of dread the day I get a “real” job (or a job at all – fingers crossed!) because I don’t want fall into conventions of wearing boring old suits day in and day out. It’ll be nice to check out a periodical that includes real professionals who know how to dress uniquely and dress well!

  3. Aidan 05/16/2012 at 8:10 pm #

    Really cool idea, but they all look so angry! That’s why I like ModCloth, most everyone’s smiling. :)

  4. Rachel 05/17/2012 at 7:30 am #

    Thanks for the kind words, Jenn!

  5. cabledcrusaderpatterns 05/17/2012 at 5:44 pm #

    They could follow me around. I’m a grad student, that’s an acceptable career alternative, right? ;)

    Seriously though, it would be nice if they picked people with a greater variety of job types. Most of those people were designers or artists. It would be nice to see how engineers, accountants, and other professionals dressed for work.

  6. cabled 05/17/2012 at 5:53 pm #

    They could follow me around. I’m a grad student, that’s an acceptable career alternative, right? ;)

    In all seriousness though, it would be nice if they picked people with a greater variety of job types. Most of those people were designers or artists. It would be nice to see how engineers, accountants, and other professionals dressed for work.

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