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We've got Galentine's covered.

In case you're new to the occasion, Galentine’s Day was created by everyone’s favorite park director, Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation. It’s all about celebrating your BFFs and treating yourself. Defined by Knope, “Oh it’s only the best day of the year. Every February 13th, my lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It’s like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus frittatas.” Honestly, what could be better than that? Below are some of our favorite festive picks, perfect for your ladies or yourself, we're not judging ;) Avril Earrings in Arctic Rose and the Velour Agnes Top in Amber Striped Mock Top Lilly Earrings in Oslo Ruffled Agnes...

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Why you should be wearing HEMP this winter.

When temperatures dip, it can be difficult and frustrating to find something that suits your style and the conditions. As an eternally freezing person, I would usually compromise my aesthetic for warmth and just cut my losses until spring…that was until I found my good friend hemp. Hemp is special for many reasons, but around this time of year its primary benefit is that it’s a natural insulator. Hemp has the best ratio of heat capacity of all fibers giving it superior insulation because it's both a hollow and breathable fiber (see figure below). Hemp naturally wicks moisture away from your skin to keep you warm and dry in the winter and cool and dry in the summer, which makes it...

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Elise Ballegeer WOMEN - Neeli Mishra

Neeli in the Dive Dress at the Columbia Lab. Welcome to our second installment of Elise Ballegeer WOMEN, where we feature inspiring independent women around us who embody the Elise Ballegeer ethos. Next up is neuroscientist Neeli Mishra who moonlights as a photographer and style influencer (@neuroodyssey). Below is our Q&A concerning her work, personal style and her neighborhood faves for Morningside Heights. Neeli in the Beate Dress - Black. Can you share a little bit about your background — where you are from, and what your childhood was like? I grew up as an only child in a suburban town in central New Jersey. While I spent most of my childhood being a book nerd, I also spent a lot of my time dancing...

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Elise Ballegeer WOMEN: Kristen Jensen

Jensen in the Tied Jumpsuit with her work "Lighter, Later" - approximately 80" x 80", 2015-2017, wool and wool blend fabric from clothing, cotton, and stoneware. Welcome to our new installment Elise Ballegeer WOMEN, where we feature inspiring independent women around us who embody the Elise Ballegeer ethos. First up is artist Kristen Jensen who recently had a solo show at MILLER contemporary in the LES. Below is our Q&A concerning her art, personal style and pivotal career moments. Kristen Jensen, Knot I and Knot II, 5”x7”, 2017, silver gelatin print mounted to aluminum. Can you share a little bit about your background — where you are from, and what your childhood was like. I moved around quite a bit growing up, living 4-5 years...

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