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knitwear redefined: n/a/m

71 days until launch My talented friend and former colleague Kiyeon Nam just launched her own beautiful knitwear collection called "n / a / m." This collection redefines the boundaries of knitwear - (no boring sweater twin sets here).  Inspired by nature, art and music, each piece is unique, thoughtful and gets more interesting as you examine the details of the stitches. These gorgeous pieces will be available next spring - check out her website for retailers coming soon!      

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Gray is the New Black

74 days until launch The forces that move the fashion needle have spoken and gray just might be the new black.  Bill Cunningham of the NYT featured it as the IT color on the streets of NYC for this summer (image from his piece "Gray Is The New Black" pictured above), while Gwyenth Paltrow proclaims (on GOOP) that it is a MUST for the Fall. We could not agree more.  Gray is both sophisticated and versatile.  Lucky for us at Heucy, gray will be a STAR feature in our debut.  Below are two amazing paintings featuring gray that...

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"Out to Lunch With Livia Firth"

80 days until launch "Out to Lunch With Livia Firth" Love this article in the current September issue of Vanity Fair featuring Livia Firth - eco-fashion activist (married to Colin Firth). She is inspirational in her drive and efforts to make the fashion industry greener and more thoughtful, but also seems accessible and unsanctimonious about her cause. I appreciate the following categorization of "sustainable". Her informal eco-stylishness defines her....her trousers, from the London shop Joseph, weren’t “eco” or “ethical,” however, but several years old and therefore “sustainable”. Often having too hard of a line on what we should or should not wear,...

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"Goodbye To All That" (In August Issue of ELLE)

87 days until launch Check out " Goodbye To All That," a great article that rings true to Heucy's mission in the current (August) issue of ELLE by Meghan O'Rourke.  The author writes about breaking up with the clothes she had once loved. She talks about her younger self who sought out bargains for "office-y" things with the occasional spend for the quirky and most likely odd discount designer item. She writes, "[t]he result was haphazard: half of my closet cheap fast fashion that pilled or frayed, half of it idiosyncratic high-end pieces bough on sale." She realized that her older...

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