Archive | May, 2012

Glamour, June 2012

The Lighthouse of It Tunic was featured in the June issue of Glamour.

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The Making of Make the Cut — Step 2

For the second step of our journey, we took a trip to the nearby city of Oakland, California so we could watch your sketches come to life at the hands of our pattern-maker, Georgene Shelton.

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Announcing Our Wardrobe in Review Contest on YouTube!

Got a few ModCloth and vintage goodies in your closet that you’re just dying to gush about? Then, why not enter our new contest on YouTube, Wardrobe in Review? Simply show off your chicest pieces to us in a …

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Street Style: Refined Florals

Looking for an outfit for all occasions? During our last flea market outing, we spotted this market-shopping maven sporting a floral look that could easily transition from the weekend to the workplace. Work it, girl!…

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Food Network, June 2012

The Maine Course Oven Mitt was featured in the June issue of Food Network Magazine.

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Bass Loves Rachel Antonoff… And We Do Too!

Flipping through the cheerful lookbook for the latest collaboration between longtime favorite Bass Shoes and rising indie designer Rachel Antonoff, we can’t help but get excited for the summer months ahead.

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Show & Tell: Workshop SF

From Fire Escape Farming to Heavy Metal Aerobics, DIY school Workshop SF has been wooing Bay Area craft fanatics since its doors opened in 2009. Founder and Owner Kelly Malone dishes on how Workshop came to be, what went right …

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The Making of Make the Cut – Step 1

Fire up the confetti cannons, slide on your dancing shoes, and let out a cheer, because our premiere Make the Cut collection is almost here!

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People Style Watch, June 2012

The Yellow, My Name Is Dress was featured in the June issue of People Style Watch.

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Weight Watchers, May/June 2012

The Meow for Measuring Cups were featured in the May/June issue of Weight Watchers Magazine.

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