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Three Questions With Cass of Hernest Project

Meet Cass from Hernest Project.  I have had the pleasure of working with Cass as a model and collaborating together on style content. I first fell in love with her brand back in 2019.  The softness of the fabrics, the ease of wear, and the classic designs that felt very modern and timeless. What wasn’t to love? I now have several pieces of Hernest in my wardrobe.  Some for sleep.  Some for day to day life.  All well worn and…

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Three Questions With Connally Mcdougall

Before we jump into the questions, please introduce yourself. Hi, I’m Connally and I run a size-inclusive, sustainable clothing line in Vancouver, Canada.  I’d studied design in England, but it was clear that size inclusion wasn’t important to Central Saint Martins. As such, I left the program to work directly in the industry, working with a silk merchant and as a custom tailor, which allowed for much more real-life application of the skills that I’d taught myself. After moving around several countries…

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