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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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Inside the Studio of Cool Cali Designer Tess Vigil!

Forever curious about the people behind the designs here at ModCloth, I decided to visit with Tess Vigil, the creator of 50 Dresses, to find out more about how she got started crafting the pretty dresses you see on our site.

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Getting to Know Danish Brand Rütme

Color your wardrobe with the Highest Score Dress, Put a Bird on Knit Cardigan, or Burano Villa Dress!

If your closet contains plenty of color and ’90s-inspired looks, we recommend familiarizing yourself with Danish brand Rütme.…

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Plush Crush: An Interview with Steff Bomb

With the recent addition of a handful of adorable plushes by Steff Bomb, I decided to sit down and have a little chat with the creative force behind this empire of cuteness.

Where does the name “Steff Bomb” come from?

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Sunny Style From Down Under: An Interview with Quay Eyewear

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Feeling blasé or uninspired about your ensemble? How about a sweet and spunky pair of shades to brighten up your look? We recently caught up with Quay Eyeware, the awesome Australian brand who provides us with unique, vintage-inspired shades …

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Raise Your Glass to Crafts: An Interview With Kyla Francis

Early morning. Alarm goes off. You, Golem-esque, bleary with sleep, climb out of bed. Shuffle to the kitchen. Open fridge. Orange juice. Need glass. Open cupboard. Look at glasses. And then, suddenly, you feel that morning fog begin to roll …

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Some Enchanted Jewelry: An Interview with Chain Chain Chained

I don’t mean to brag, but Regina Pruss of jewelry line Chain Chain Chained once told me that I am her “number one customer.” It’s a title I wear with pride every day, and literally, as you can often find …

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A Sneak Peek into the Mysterious World of Monserat de Lucca

Have you seen that bafflingly awesome jewelry in our Accessories section? What? You think all the accessories are awesome? Okay, us too. We’ll be more specific; we’re talking that unbelievably cool knight’s helmet ring, that oh-so-creative necklace that…

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Meet Trollied Dolly!

After interviewing the super sister-sister team at Trollied Dolly, I now get an involuntary smile when I see their adorable dresses on the site. The charismatic duo were a joy to talk to, and you may guess that from …

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New Kind of Kick: An Interview with Lynsey Hand of Miss L Fire Shoes

When I heard I’d be interviewing Lynsey Hand, the London-based shoe designer behind Miss L Fire, I figured my questions would get to her by phone or via an e-mail. I was then informed that she’d be visiting the …

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Annie Greenabelle: Big Style, Little Footprint

BY CHRISTEN, WRITING TEAM INTERN

I think we can all agree that sometimes, it’s so easy to get caught up in snatching jazzy new items for our wardrobe, that we forget to think about where the clothes are coming from. …

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Out of Print? Maybe. Out of Style? Never!

You may claim not to judge a book by its cover, but Todd Lawton and Jeff LeBlanc are betting otherwise. Their new venture, Out of Print, blends the unique artwork of classic books into seriously stylish tees. Each …

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Why, Hello There, Handsome: An Interview with We Are Handsome

In this day and age, convincing women to ditch their teeny weenie string bikinis for a traditional one-piece is a near-impossible mission. But you’ll find that swimwear designers Jeremy Somers and Indhra Chagoury are quite persuasive.

Running under the name …

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Meet Shinzi Katoh, and Comment to Win A Free Limited Edition Item!

Most artists would blanch at the thought of their work being treated the way Shinzi Katoh‘s is. The Japanese artist’s work is often covered in food or ink or grime, and is in constant danger of getting scuffed, dropped, …

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