Spoonflower is not only a fantastic creative entrepreneur success story, they're a great supporter of the local design community. Having been a sponsor for multiple years, they are also one of Redress' biggest supporters. We recently got the chance to chat with Meredith at Spoonflower a bit more about working with makers in particular, read on for the details!Read More
Having been a long-time fan of iheartretail.com - a fantastic online magazine highlighting shopping local with great style - I was excited to meet Lisa Jeffries, the Editor-In-Chief, at a work presentation a couple of years ago. As I quickly learned, Lisa is a multi-talented woman and inspiring marketing expert focused on the retail, hospitality, and service industries. This year, we are delighted to partner with her company Raleighwood Media Group + Raleighwood Event Group in celebrating independent fashion in NC!
Thank you to Lisa for chatting with us and come enjoy a signature cocktail provided by her company at the August 19th Fashion Show!Read More
It's Fashion Revolution Week, with this Sunday marking the 3rd anniversary of the Rana Plaza disaster. This is a time where we should all take a moment to ask 'Who Made My Clothes' and do I Give A Damn about the answer?
We often get the question at Redress: Where do you shop? Or - Who do you buy things from? It's always a good question and in honor of Fashion Revolution Week, our Executive Director Beth Stewart is sharing 3 of her #GiveADamn Outfits with you!Read More
Welcome to my 2016 capsule wardrobe challenge. If you read my intro to this blog series, you’ll know that I’m encouraging myself to “do more with less” this year, and I’m diving in wardrobe first. (Learn more about capsule wardrobes and the reasoning behind them at Unfancy.com).
March is upon us, which means it’s nearly time to pack up my winter capsule closetand make way for spring -- and I couldn’t be more excited. Don’t get me wrong, I will miss woolen knits, but #sorrynotsorry, I love open-toed footwear more.Read More
We have great news: In late 2015 we joined the nonprofit world and became an official 501c3!
Over the past few years, we have grown even more dedicated to our mission focused on nurturing independent designers. We feel this is an important component of our renewed mission, which includes a greater focus on education and advocacy for the general public. Through our revitalized mission, we’re encouraging a broader understanding of sustainable fashion and textiles and inspiring support for the designers who make them.
Being a 501c3 means many things, but there are three significant changes we want to share with you:Read More