Sew & Tell

Premiere DateApr 6, 2012
Categories Media Talk
00:00 DJ Marie (Underneath: Island, IS Volcano Choir)
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02:20 Interview with Nana Spears and Naomi Clark of Fort Makers
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08:22 DJ Marie
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09:23 Say Please Monsters of Folk
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12:02 I Am a Hologram Mister Heavenly
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14:32 I Am Not A Game Ty Segall & White Fence
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18:33 DJ Marie (who talks new collaborations from Target and Anthropologie!)
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22:50 Interview with Alice Wu of Feral Childe
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28:33 DJ Marie (who dishes on a hot new J. Crew jewelry collaboration)
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30:22 I Wonder If I Care As Much Bonnie "Prince" Billy
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38:10 True Love Cast Out All Evil Roky Erickson with Okkervil River
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42:29 DJ Marie
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44:21 Interview with Anna Zeman and Aja Singer of Alex & Eli
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50:38 DJ Marie
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52:34 Interview with Jamie Beck and Kevin Burg, creators of the cinemagraph
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56:17 The Kids Don't Stand A Chance Vampire Weekend VS Miike Snow
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61:10 Finish
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What’s one of the single most exciting words in fashion publication? Collaboration. Nothing gets fashionistas whipped into a frenzy like the launch of a new collaborative collection, and it’s understandable: they’re unique, limited edition, and on trend, which is the dream of every sartorialist.
Today’s show highlights a few collaboration-based lines that have been featured on Sew & Tell. You’ll hear clips from interviews with Fort Makers, Feral Childe, and Alex & Eli, along with updates on Target’s next collaboration project, Orly Genger by Jacyln Mayer’s latest collab, and (gasp!) a just-launched-yesterday collaboration division of Anthropologie titled Made In Kind (spoiler alert: one of eleven collection is already sold out.)

Plus, fab-collab music tracks from Monsters of Folk, Mister Heavenly, Bonnie ‘Prince’ Billy and The Phantom Family Halo, Vampire Weekend VS Miike Snow and more!

I know, I know! It’s all too exciting for one show, but… try to contain yourself long enough to listen up, and learn more about fashion collaborations!

Featured Collaborative Labels

Fort Makers, by Nana Spears and Naomi Clarke
(Photos courtesy of Fort Makers)

S/S 2012

F/W 2012

*Find the full list of Fort Makers retail locations here.

Feral Childe, by Alice Wu and Moriah Carlson
(Photos courtesy of Feral Childe)

S/S 2012 – The Aquaknots

Alex & Eli, by Anna Zeman and Aja Singer
(Photos courtesy of Alex & Eli)

S/S 2012

The Natalie Off Duty Blazer, by Natalie Suarez

The Connie Blazer, by Connie Wang of Refinery29

Orly Genger by Jaclyn Mayer

For J. Crew – available in select stores

For Whit, F/W 2012

A few of my favorites from Made In Kind, by Anthropologie (Eeeeee!!!)

I’m not usually into wild prints, but I love this mix from Gregory by Gregory Parkinson, especially the blue Cambria Jacket!

This Naudaine Dress is absolutely stunning, one of several amazingly elegant summer pieces from Koto Bolofo

The Rachel Rose pieces for Made in Kind are beautifully delicate, like this Senna Silk Tee – perfect for spring!

This Deity Midi Dress from Samantha Pleet is so perfect, it kind of hurts.

Zoologist from Charlotte Linton is full of feminine, bold prints, in irresistible pieces like this Laguna De Paca Dress, and Window Shades Scarf

And last but not least… I love pretty much everything from Place Nationale, for whom this is their U.S. premier collection! Probably for the best that it’s already sold out, it would have been too hard to decide between the gorgeous vintage lace pieces.

What’s your favorite Target designer collection? One of mine has to be last spring’s Calypso St. Barth collab – so perfect for the beach!




Ty Segall
(Photo by Tim Griffin)
April 13 – Kenyon College – Kenyon, OH
April 27 – UC Berkeley – Berkeley, CA
May 2 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA
May 3 – Star Theater – Portland, OR
May 4 – The Waldorf Hotel – Vancouver, British Columbia
May 5 – Chop Suey – Seattle, WA
May 6 – The Palace – Missoula, MT
May 8 – First Ave/7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN
May 9 – High Noon Saloon – Madison, WI
May 10 – Lincoln Hall – Chicago, IL
May 11 – PJ’s Lager House – Detroit, MI
May 12 – Horseshoe Tavern – Toronto, Ontario
May 13 – Il Motore – Montreal, Quebec
May 14 – Space Gallery – Portland, ME
May 16 – Webster Hall – New York, NY
May 18 – Johnny Brenda’s – Philadelphia, PA
May 19 – King’s Barcade – Raleigh, NC
May 20 – The Earl – East Atlanta, GA
May 21 – The End – Nashville, TN
May 22 – Hi-Tone – Memphis, TN
May 23 – White Water Tavern – Little Rock, AR
May 24 – Walters – Houston, TX
May 25 – Mohawk – Austin, TX
July 23 – Festival Relache – Bordeaux, France
July 25 – Museo Regionale Di Scienze Naturali – Turin, Italy
July 26 – Roma Vila – Rome, Italy
July 27 – Lazzaretto – Ancona, Italy
July 28 – Bolognetti Courtyard – Bologna, Italy
July 29 – Kuudes Aisti Festival – Helsinki, Finland
Aug 4 – Garage Festival – Haarlem, Netherlands
Aug 5 – OFF Festival – Katowice, Poland
Aug 6 – Festsaal Kreuzberg – Berlin, Germany
Aug 7 – Stengade – Copenhagen, Denmark
Aug 8 – The Crossroads Club – Oslo, Norway
Aug 9 – TRIX Centrum voor Muziek – Antwerp, Belgium


Phantom Family Halo
(Photo by David S. Rubin)
April 6 – The Prophet Bar – Dallas, TX
April 8 – Larimer Lounge – Denver, CO
April 9 – Urban Lounge – Salt Lake City, UT
April 11 – Club Congress – Tucson, AZ
April 12 – Soda Bar – San Diego, CA
April 13 – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA
April 14 – Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA
April 16 – Holocene – Portland, OR
April 17 – The Tractor Tavern – Seattle, WA
April 18 – The Media Club – Vancouver, British Columbia
April 21 – First Avenue/7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN
April 22 – The Frequency – Madison, WI
April 23 – The Empty Bottle – Chicago, IL
April 24 – Grog Shop – Cleveland Heights, OH
April 25 – Magic Stick – Detroit, MI
April 26 – The Garrison – Toronto, Ontario
April 27 – Il Motore – Montreal, Quebec
April 28 – Great Scott – Allston, MA
April 30 – Knitting Factory – Brooklyn, NY

Host Britt
Britt (formerly DJ Marie) has a passion for all forms of art, as well as for the creative process. She has a BA in Communications/Theater and a Post-Bacc in Photography from Maine Media Workshops. Britt began…

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