From maker culture to eco-fashion, high-end retail to humble thrift, we survey how and why to dress in the Triangle.
Want to find a new look but don’t know where to start? Time to call in a pro.
Our photographer roves the streets and finds them awash in stylish people.
How to dress where in the Triangle.
Our correspondent opens the vault on her years of experience as a thorough thrifter.
We look back at the activist fashion trends of 2016, from the Black Lives Matter/Black Flag T-shirt to the band MAKE’s McCrory takedown.
These T’s tell tales of dorm rivalries, UNC basketball, and the pervasive influence of Soulja Boy.
From the Makery in Durham to the Maker’s Mercantile website, D.I.Y. design thrives in the Triangle.
Redress Raleigh, Durham’s Liberation Threads, and Charlotte’s Recover Brands help you shop with your values in mind.
Plus, check out the launch party for a brand new line from Chapel Hill next week.
The N.C. cotton that many local brands stress in their mission statements has a long history of protest in the state.
We polled dancers and choreographers from DIDA, Culture Mill, Carolina Ballet, and elsewhere to find out what they’re keenest on.
The homegrown brand that blends street style with souvenir tees makes a brick-and-mortar bid for greater visibility.