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Hey there, fashion fans! Hope you’re all enjoying these last few weeks of December as we hurry into a brand new year! And speaking of the new year… on today’s Sew & Tell, I’m joined by fellow BTR DJ, editorial staffer, resident foodie, and fellow fashion aficionado, Dane Feldman; together, we’ll take a look back at 2013 in fashion. You’ll hear about some of the trends we loved and hated, a few of the year’s defining moments in fashion, and our favorite additions to our personal closets this year! Plus, a holiday-rific music playlist full of tracks from top indie artists like The Rural Alberta Advantage, Pink Mountaintops, Mum, and more. Join us as we reminisce on a hallmark year as it comes to close, celebrating the holidays in style with Sew & Tell on BTR!
This week, DJs Molly and Dane reveal some interesting facts about themselves in response to this Thought Catalog article. The two also chat with DJ Jorri about age differences in relationships and later analyze what went down with #SlaneGirl.
What’s better than the semi-smug satisfaction of discovering a new, emerging talent in design? Pretty much nothing. Let’s be honest: we all love being the first to know. This week’s guest is here to help you build a wardrobe full of trend-bucking, uniquely artful pieces that will make your friends crazy with jealousy. Briana Swords and her husband Ryan Smith are co-founders of Brooklyn’s hottest new boutique, Swords-Smith, located in Williamsburg and stocked with some of the best in today’s indie fashion, from Feral Childe to K/LLER Collection, Dessu to Thorocraft. On today’s show, Briana will talk about her mission to support independent labels, the development of their own in house Swords-Smith line, future plans for the retail space, and more. Plus, Dane joins me to talk about our picks for best and worst spring trends! Also in the mix are samples off the latest records from Cold War Kids, Generationals, John Grant, Born Ruffians, and more. Fashion fans, get ready for all the latest & greatest here on BreakThru Radio!

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