CDMX’s Chava Studio Crafts Garments From an Archive of Deadstock Fabrics

Meticulously made clothing that's luxurious but intended for everyday wear

For many years, when visiting Mexico City, Olivia Villanti would visit Gilly e Hijos—the 30-year-old shirting and fabric studio owned and run by her husband’s family—to trawl through the immense archive of beautiful deadstock fabrics her husband’s uncle, Bruno Gilly Armand, collected over three decades. The treasure trove in the studio, located just steps from CDMX‘s sprawling Bosque de Chapultepec, provided Villanti with an abundance …

Print All Over Me Launches ‘Endowment for Extraordinary Design’

Artists and designers, get up to $2000 worth of PAOM credit

Since its incarnation, DIY platform Print All Over Me (PAOM) has been bringing the wildest ideas to life—design the bucket hat or neoprene trench of your fancy, no fashion degree or bulk order required. Not only do they do host collaborations with designers like Annie Larson (the above lookbook photos, another example, are from a collection made with Tumblr for New York Fashion Week), much …