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Modern Stitches Magazine Black Out 2018 Issue

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Modern Stitches Magazine Presents The Black Out 2018 Issue Vol. 2 New Year, fresh ink! Who knew that five years ago we would still have so much vintage to cover? Modern Stitches was just a blog and now we’re releasing our second magazine print copy! This issue is called The Black Out 2018 issue because everything is in black and white. It’s simplistic in its own right, but we’ve created a 28-page…


Red Carpet Recap: Black Girls Rock! 2017

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In fashion, the red carpet is the main event. This was no different in a room filled with brown faces, natural hair, eccentric styles and black girls who have certainly been rocking out in 2017! Over a decade ago, Founder and CEO of BLACK GIRLS ROCK! inc., Beverly Bond had a vision to create an organization and award show that celebrated the essence of greatness possessed by women of color…

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Hot off the Presses: Modern Stitches Magazine First Print Issue

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  Since 2013 we’ve provided you, our precious #stitchers, with the latest on vintage street wear, entertainment news, how-to stories and plenty more. This time, we’re taking our stories off the screen and delivering them right to your doorstep! Sure, you’ll still get your amazing content you know and love right here on the Modern Stitches website, but for the first time ever, we’ve released our first print issue, and…

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Spark Pretty Ignites 90’s Nestalgia with New Pop Up Launch

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Long live the 90’s! Spark Pretty returns for a summer party pop up and we don’t want you to be tardy! As if we truly needed another reason to celebrate arguably everyones favorite decade. The 90’s makes its return with the launch of one of NYC’s leading online vintage retailers, Spark Pretty by Artist and Stylist Amanda Dolan. The “90’s Forever” Summer Break themed pop up shop is back by…


We Can’t Believe This 90s Trend Is Making A Comeback!

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If 2017 owes any credit to a decade for giving it style, it’s definitely the 1990s. First, it was chokers, then band tees, and now Steve Madden has decided to revive its classically popular “flip-clock-flop” shoe. The chunky sandal gave you supermodel height, and ‘coolest kid swag’. It was the sister to jelly sandals; you just had to have a pair, and your popularity instantly went up. Also known as…


Long Live the Jelly Sandal

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You were definitely the coolest girl at the park, playground, in school, or at the beach if you were rocking a pair of jelly shoes or sandals. The slippery yet firm plastic shoe — which came in an array of colors, and sometimes even glitter — were the epitome of foot fashion in the 1990s and early 2000s. One of our fave fashion icons Rihanna has just brought back this…


The Reigning Champion Returns to Retail! Is a 90’s Classic Here to Stay?

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Love it or hate it, Kim Kardashian has a major impact and influence in the celebrity and fashion world. Most celebrity obsessed and fashion crazed fans follow her every move on Instagram, and of course, knows exactly where she got the latest outfit from. Recently, Kim was spotted with daughter North holding her hand in an adorable yet comfy pair of Champion sweatpants.   But, was Kim the first in…

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#NYFW: Small Boutique Fashion Week Recap

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New York Fashion week usually highlights the top, and best designers: Oscar de la Renta, Coach, and Nicole Miller, to name a few. But, we all know the big names had to start somewhere. Whether starting by working for a fashion company, or starting as a family company, the great always start somewhere. In the case of Small Boutique Fashion Week, this particular company highlighs small boutiques aiming to gain…


Coach Celebrates its 75th Anniversary with NYFW Dual-Gender Fashion Show

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Coach is making news again as the brand has announced a dual-gender fashion show.

The news at first seemed striking — we thought, men in women’s clothing? The idea is nothing new, especially since transgender models are taking the fashion world by storm. But no, Coach has cleverly positioned the words and publicity of the announcement.

Instead of a separate mens show in London, England, Coach is bringing the men to New York, on February 14th to mix in with the women’s fashion show. During the show, Coach will premier its Fall 2017 Ready-To-Wear collection, as well as “unseen” mens look, WWD reports.

Previously, the house staged four shows a year – two each for men and women. But for the special 75th anniversary, Coach planned something bigger and better.

Here’s a sneak peak of the fashions men will be rocking on the stage this year.

Will you be watching?


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Worth the buy: Does cutting vintage devalue the item?

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Vintage noun | vin·tage | \ˈvin-tij\ According to Merriam-Webster, vintage is (a) a period of origin or manufacture and (b) : length of existence. While vintage can refer to numerous unique and antique things, vintage has a special place in the world of fashion. We all know pricing that suede piece from the 70s, or your mom’s mom jeans from the 90s, can be expensive, but are vintage items really…