May 2017 // No. 34
Have you ever dreamed of stitching Darth Vader onto a vintage t-shirt or embroidering flowers onto jeans? Alice Yang has made a business out of it. Step inside her feminist dream room.
One STITCH writer ventured to a custom embroidery shop in Chicago and left with a one-of-a-kind creation.
Formalwear may seem synonymous with cookie-cutter bodycons and skater skirts, but formal looks are our playground in this shoot with some help from safety pins, embroidery and vintage tees.
Student entrepreneurs at Northwestern take advantage of modern technology to bring their fashion ideas to life.
The promise of “Made in the USA” is associated with superior quality, high standards and major patriotism—but is it a trustworthy promise?
Arts and crafts are not just for kids. Faces are the canvases in this shoot, as we play with textured materials to create masterpieces of fun. Isn't eyeshadow just glorified face paint, after all?
Big retailers and mega malls encourage fashion conformity. One writer explores how to take fashion back into your own hands.
With the rise of modern technology, many designers have embraced new technological advances to create more innovative designs, raising the question: How much longer will the fashion industry value craftsmanship?
One STITCH writer shares a personal story of the memories and meaning behind a piece of clothing.