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The Elements of Style: Welcome to the INDY’s First Fashion Special

From maker culture to eco-fashion, high-end retail to humble thrift, we survey how and why to dress in the Triangle.

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Shopping Is Hard: A Fashion-Challenged INDY Editor Gets a Style Assist

Want to find a new look but don’t know where to start? Time to call in a pro.

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Photo Journal: Humans of the Triangle

Our photographer roves the streets and finds them awash in stylish people.

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You Do You: The INDY’s Super Fabulous Interactive Dress-Up Doll Extravaganza

How to dress where in the Triangle.

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Learn to Wreck the Racks at Local Thrift Stores

Our correspondent opens the vault on her years of experience as a thorough thrifter.

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Heart on Sleeve: Local Designers Wear Their Activism Loud and Proud

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.

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Campus Quips and Pop-Culture Blips Coded in UNC’s Digital T-shirt Archive

These T’s tell tales of dorm rivalries, UNC basketball, and the pervasive influence of Soulja Boy.

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Buying From Local Makers Can Be Costly, but It’s Worth the Extra Effort

From the Makery in Durham to the Maker’s Mercantile website, D.I.Y. design thrives in the Triangle.

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Our State's Eco-Fashion Outfits Save the World One Shirt (Made of Plastic Bottles) at a Time

Redress Raleigh, Durham’s Liberation Threads, and Charlotte’s Recover Brands help you shop with your values in mind.

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Shop Till You Drop With Some of Our Favorite Local Retailers and Brands

Plus, check out the launch party for a brand new line from Chapel Hill next week.

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North Carolina Homespun Cotton Was Political Long Before “Locavore” Was a Word

The N.C. cotton that many local brands stress in their mission statements has a long history of protest in the state.

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INDY Picks: See the ADF Shows Local Dance Artists Want to See

We polled dancers and choreographers from DIDA, Culture Mill, Carolina Ballet, and elsewhere to find out what they’re keenest on.

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What Kind of City is “Durm,” Anyway? Runaway Ventures an Answer With Its New Downtown Store

The homegrown brand that blends street style with souvenir tees makes a brick-and-mortar bid for greater visibility.

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I'd like to point out that by shopping at the Durham Rescue Mission thrift store you are supporting the work …

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Wow, really well-said. Love the reflection on Durham's identity and how what-it-was and what-it-is are colliding. I feel the same …

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