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By: Camille Freestone
Photography: Paul Jeong
There’s a lot of hysteria surrounding face masks these days, so much so that it often causes confusion. The average person knows more about face masks then they ever have, yet there are still so many questions. It doesn’t help that we have been introduced to so many different versions: the N-95, the surgical mask, the non-medical mask—it can be a bit overwhelming. According to the New York State Department of Health, N-95 medical masks should be reserved for healthcare workers. The US Center for Disease Control has also recommended everyone voluntarily wear fabric or cloth coverings while in public to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Since you could be a carrier and not show symptoms, this is an easy way to help.

Many fashion brands are starting to pop up with their own cloth face masks available for purchase. The benefits of this new endeavor are actually much greater than you may think. These design houses often use deadstock fabrics to create the masks, and they’re made to order. That way, while it may take a few weeks to get to you, they are not produced in excess. They can also be washed and reused versus thrown away. Not to mention, while other forms of production are down, this new product acts as a way to keep seamstresses and factory workers employed. The cherry on top, most brands are piggybacking a charity initiative onto their sales, with deals like ‘For every mask sold, we will donate the amount needed to purchase one N-95 mask for healthcare workers.’ We rounded up a list of our favorite fashion brands that are currently producing non-medical-grade [masks




The geriatric sandal is about to be everywhere.

There’s a time and a place for every type of shoe—that’s how we justify having so many in our wardrobe. And while we may only be wearing the coziest of flats right now (if not straight-up slippers), the temperature is rising, summer is close, and that can only mean one thing: sandals. And after months of soft, dainty footwear, we’re finding ourselves craving much more of a statement shoe.

If you haven’t browsed the depths of the internet during your time at home, and specifically the men’s section, then you may not have fallen under the spell of Velcro sandals quite yet. We call them by many names—geriatric, dad-like, just plain ugly. But with billowy silhouettes and ladylike dresses still trending, there are few things that can balance out that type of look—and provide some much-deserved comfort—like a deliciously chunky sandal. Many of our favorite styles are designed for the boys, but there’s no reason we can’t snag a pair of our own. From the ever-classic Tevas to a crystal-embellished platform, these are the 18 geriatric dad sandals we’re buying for summer.




Fashion editor turned sustainability consultant turned philanthropist Amanda Hearst is spending her days finding new environmentally-friendly brands, fighting deforestation in Bolivia, learning Norwegian, and playing with foster kittens. Intrigued? We thought you might be.

Ten years ago, while Amanda Hearst was writing for Marie Claire, she met fashion designer Hassan Pierre. Pierre has a sustainable collection, and Hearst was writing about sustainability in fashion well before it was popular. Together, they came up with the idea of doing a one-off concept shop focusing on sustainable fashion, proving that it and luxury are not mutually exclusive. At that point they were scrounging for elevated but ethically made fashion. Today, “we have the luxury of being selective since there’s so many brands out there,” says Hearst. They have even expanded to consult for brands, influencers, and customers who are trying to authentically enter the space.

Hearst also wanted to expand further into exactly what it means to be cruelty-free. She has since launched a charity project called Well Beings which provides nonprofits with financial grants. She had just selected this year’s recipients—companies that support deforestation efforts in Bolivia—five days before the nation went into lockdown.

Now she is watching and learning from the pandemic’s effect on her fashion company, her charity project, and sustainability efforts. We caught up with her to discuss everything from how she’s spending her days to her thoughts on how COVID-19 will affect the fashion industry.

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On her current day-to-day routine:

“I wake up at eight-fifteen, and then I feed the kitties. I have breakfast while I’m reading my emails. Because I’m on L.A. time, I have most of my Zoom calls with Well Beings and Maison-de-Mode in the morning, and those will go through lunch, probably. After that I’ll do some personal time. Right now I’m trying to learn Norwegian, because my husband’s Norwegian, so that’s been my homework. Around like, four to four-thirty, I’ll do a yoga and/or meditation class on this app called GLO. After that I reconnect with my husband, hang out, order food, watch TV.”

On how opinions have changed regarding sustainability in the fashion industry:

“Right now is such an unusual time for fashion in general, especially because pre-pandemic was a really great time for sustainable brands. When we first did our pop-up, we had six brands in the store, and it was a real stretch to find those solid six brands. Flash forward to January of this year—we have over sixty brands on our site, and we have the luxury of being selective. The space was really flourishing. Right now, amidst the pandemic, the problem for a lot of sustainable fashion brands is that they’re small businesses, so that’s really the struggle. They were doing the right thing at the right time and had the momentum, but because people just can’t shop right now, they are struggling. So we’re just trying to support the brands that we work with and give them awareness and continue to talk about sustainable fashion and how important it is.”

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On how sustainable brands are better equipped to weather the storm:

“I think when brands are made to order or produced locally, they are definitely more responsible with their resources, so that is a plus. My cousin, Gabriela Hearst, has her own ready-to-wear line. She uses about 60 percent recycled, upcycled, non-virgin materials, and that has been a benefit in terms of production. She can still produce because she wasn’t dependent on factories creating virgin textiles. She already had the materials. I think that sustainability in some ways has been a benefit for these brands, [but] I just think at the end of the day, sales are really tough.”

On her favorite sustainable brands:

“Working from home was actually what I was doing before, so that wasn’t too big a transition. I’ve been spending a lot of time doing research on new brands and brands that I might not have known about that were sustainable. I love this brand called Mate the Label, all organic cotton, recycled natural textiles. I like this workout brand called Girlfriend Collective. In terms of beauty, I like this vegan brand called Biossance. I love their vegan lip balm. I found this vegan work-accessories brand Glass Ladder. They make vegan journals and things to work from home. It’s all cruelty-free, recycled from plastic bottles.”

On how COVID-19 will affect sustainability initiatives when we go back to a somewhat normal lifestyle:

“I think that we will never go back to normal, and that’s a great thing, because normal wasn’t working, especially in regards to fashion. I think a correction is going to have to be made. Unfortunately, a lot of brands will not survive this, and the ones that do will be the ones that have sustainability within their company. I think that one of the few positives that will come out of this pandemic regarding the fashion industry is that you will have to be a sustainable company [to succeed].”

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On her charity project, Well Beings:

“We started because what we saw in terms of philanthropy [was that] a lot of groups are focused on animal welfare, and a lot of groups were focused on conservation, but not many did both. I found that interesting because our catchphrase is saving animals, our planet, and our future. We see that with COVID-19. That spread from an animal in a wet market to humans. That animal ended up in the wet market probably because of habitat loss or something. It’s all connected. The idea is to make those connections for people between animals, humans, and the environment. So every year we pick a different campaign and explain the campaign in that context of how it affects animals, people, and the environment.

“This year our campaign is the deforestation crisis in Bolivia. Part of starting the nonprofit is that we wanted to pick what we felt were under-recognized issues. Right now we’re focusing on the animal sanctuary that we’ve partnered with. Most of those animals were victims of wildlife trafficking. Luckily, we didn’t have to change our campaign at all, whereas I know a lot of other non-profits did have to. Ours was still relevant.”

On how Maison-de-Mode and Well Beings intersect:

“I think the biggest overlap would be consumer behavior. Obviously, as a retail company, we’re pushing consumerism. From the Well Beings standpoint and from Maison-de-Mode, we are really telling you to shop better, eat better. Here are these brands that you can shop and these restaurants you can eat at. We’ve been talking a lot about cruelty-free fashion. That’s where the two intersect the most—the behavior-change element of things.”

On what Well Beings has taught her about the fashion industry:

“Well Beings is so new, so I think it changed my perspective on Maison-de-Mode a little bit. Now I really want to focus more on cruelty-free brands. I’m understanding a lot of issues around the fashion industry just because I’m getting informed in a different way. It’s not so much about forward-facing retail. I’m understanding the nitty-gritty, like how the industry really impacts the environment and animals. Our choice in what brands we work with has changed a lot.”




A good leather jacket has always been a wardrobe essential, especially for transitional weather in the fall and spring. Even just reading the words leather jacket means you’re probably thinking of the short biker style hanging in your closet. It’s time to say goodbye (at least temporarily) to the biker and hello to your new favorite style for the season ahead, which is a bit longer, stylish, and oh-so-versatile. It’s inspired by the blazer or trench coat and is perfect over work attire, a minidress, or a sweatsuit to go get another bottle of wine—because, let’s be honest, that’s most outings nowadays.

Whether your wardrobe is in need of a leather jacket refresh or you just want a bit of retail therapy, you can’t go wrong with any of these 12 jackets from some of our favorite designers.


Kenny Nguyen: Materials as Metaphor

Kenny Nguyen: Materials as Metaphor

Kenny Nguyen explores cultural identity and displacement, using silk as a metaphor for his Vietnamese heritage. Kenny paints, sculpts, and builds up this tradition-rich material into complex tapestries that contemplate life between two cultures. Born in Vietnam, Kenny studied fashion design at Ho Chi Minh City University of Art and Architecture, and later painting at the University of North Carolina in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he is now based. In 2017, Kenny received the Asia Contemporary Young Artist Excellence Award at the Sejong Museum of Art in Seoul. This year, in addition to completing the Gilfalag artist residency at the Gil Society and Akureyri Art Museum in Akureyri, Iceland, Kenny was named a 2020 Saatchi Art Rising Star.

Tell us about who you are and what you do. What’s your background?
I was born and grew up in a small village in the Mekong Delta, Southern Vietnam. I studied fashion design at the Ho Chi Minh City University of Architecture and worked for a design house as an assistant fashion designer. In 2010, my family and I moved to the United States to reside in Charlotte, North Carolina. I earned a BFA in Painting degree from the University of North Carolina in Charlotte and have been a full-time artist since 2015.

What does your work aim to say? What major themes do you pursue in your work?
My work often explores the concept of cultural identity, integration, and displacement. Most of my paintings or wall sculptures are constructed with silk fabric, a culturally-rich material and a metaphor for my identity. Being an immigrant and experiencing dramatic changes in the cultural environment, I was struggling to rebuild my identity. Making artwork has become a way to meditate and recall those lost memories. For example, After the Monsoon was constructed with hundreds of hand-cut silk fabric ribbons. It was inspired by the vivid color of a tropical landscape in Vietnam.

Can you walk us through your process for creating a work from beginning to end?
Having a mixed training background gives me the advantage of seeing from a very different perspective. I incorporate many techniques from fashion design into my studio practice. I investigate many different channels, including material, structure, texture, color, and movement. Working with a delicate and history-rich material like silk requires a lot of time, knowledge, and patience. It has become a ritual for me to step into my studio and start my day by cutting the fabric into pieces. And then, I try to connect them back together on the canvas with acrylic paint.

Many of my reconstructed pieces are sculpted and installed to integrate with the surrounded space, or are mounted flat on a panel. The installations are based on the concept that our identities are always changing—the artwork will constantly transform in different times and spaces.

What series or artistic project are you working on next?
I’ve participated in many artist residencies in the US, Europe, and Asia. I often stay at one location for a month, find new inspirations, and create new works. The pandemic has had a big impact on my recent artwork, as I can’t travel to places. But back in my home studio, I’m working on some large-scale paintings and commissioned installations. I’m also working on a video and a book project—hopefully, they will be published by 2021.

Why art?
I can’t live without art

credit goes to Bethany Fincher


Night t-shirt design

Night t-shirt design

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Best shirts for 4th of July holiday 2020

Best shirts for 4th of July holiday 2020

4th of July is approaching!
We all know that the first half of 2020 was a rough one, however, there are important events coming up. It’s time for a break, it’s time for beer, bacon, and freedom. Despite the fact that we can’t gather in large groups to celebrate it, we can still rejoice the event. Are you already prepared to celebrate Independence Day? If your answer is No, you should check this article out. You’ll find here everything you were looking for all this time, all you need is just one click away. Because we are in this together, we prepared for you a list with the best platforms that can help you in finding a wide selection of shirts for 4th of July and not only.

Best online platforms with shirts for 4th of July

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Stand out in a crowd with these dope custom face masks!

Stand out in a crowd with these dope custom face masks!

Get out of anonymity with these awesome custom face masks! Being more aware in these times is definitely to be done, but that doesn’t mean it has to be boring....

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Recondition your old t-shirts

Recondition your old t-shirts

I think everyone of us has stored somewhere in the house some old t-shirts that keep inside lots of memories. T-shirts have the tendency to become very personal, because they carry moments of our life and then they’re no longer wearable. It’s very hard to get rid of them for sentimental reasons sometimes. But we have a solution for you.

Instead of simply throwing them away and be sorry, here are 10 ways to get your old t-shirt out of the box and recondition it. I’ve also included some links to tutorials that I found on the Internet in case you want to try any of these methods.


Top Unique Gifts That You Simply Cannot Miss!

Top Unique Gifts That You Simply Cannot Miss!

Be it a birthday or a wedding anniversary, or your graduation day, MP brings forth a plethora of personalized gifts, which is ideal for every occasion. This platform showcases an assorted range of unique and customized gift items that are sure to impress the person to whom it is presented. We truly understand the value of gift gifting to your special ones and has introduced a remarkable DIY personalized gifts which are suitable for every kind of special moments.

Check out these top unique gifts from MP and make your special event even more memorable and exceptional.