Hester Street Fair is where we first started selling our designs and vintage finds, in the Autumn of 2017. Saturday Markets became opportune chances for us to collaborate with artist friends by inviting talented creators to debut and share their work at our booth. Hester Street Fair has always been an inviting space for first-time… Continue reading Hester Street Fair, NYC
A new blazer cannot change your life – but it certainly changed mine.
36 hours to taste Japan
File this under: Things To Do After Quarantine Ends Did you know you can schedule a free private viewing inside the Ratti Textile Center at The Metropolitan Museum of Art? Daily weekday appointments are available. With enough notice (at least 2 weeks), you can send in requests to view specific items from other departments, but trust me that the… Continue reading Field Trip for Inspiration: The Met / Gee’s Bend
To whom it may concern: In the early days of 2016, I set out on a personal mission to create “The Perfect Blazer.” I did not know where to begin. I only knew I had to make a sample version — a “prototype” — and continue to tweak and refine until the design matched my… Continue reading From the desktop of A. Vicenzi
This is our team mascot, Kintsugi. I rescued him from a street corner stall on Hollywood Road in Hong Kong’s Central District, in the early days of 2016. I dusted off his plastic white frame, but could not fix his raised paw, indented on the pinky corner. I’m glad I couldn’t. To me, he is perfect!… Continue reading Kintsugi and the Art of Imperfection
the year I decided anything was possible
Domers reflect on their undergraduate experience
a conversation on working for startups, wayward ideas, narrowing the focus, and the joy of collaborating with others to get stuff done: Recorded in Oakland, CA in February 2016. Interview by William Ehrlich for Is Now A Good Time?
Four months ago, I woke up with a chilling thought that I was way behind schedule. It was a dreary September morning — September 15th, my twenty-sixth birthday — and as I leapt out of bed, I decided I had to start a company. For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to start… Continue reading action cures fear.