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AM.FM - STITCHING FASHION, STORIES AND SUSTAINABILITY WITH THE SERIES

Stitching Fashion, Stories and Sustainability with THE SERIES AMFMLIFE | 10 OCTOBER | FASHION, Q&A When we discovered New York based sustainable fashion line,  THE SERIES, we couldn’t resist reaching out to the thinktank behind it, Ella Wiznia. The colorful, collage-inspired clothing brand builds new pieces from reused materials that fit and compliment any body. Each piece celebrates self-expression, flexibility, and sustainability while existing as wearable art that carries stories from eras before. Since THE SERIES began, it has received welcomed and warm attention from publications like Teen Vogue, Out, Cosmo, and more.  Needless to say, when our writer KC Esper...

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TEEN VOGUE - MEET THE 7 DESIGNERS MAKING THE COOLEST JEANS TO WEAR BACK TO SCHOOL THIS FALL

Meet the 7 Designers Making the Coolest Jeans to Wear Back to School This Fall From asymmetrical pant legs to inverted jean shorts, making denim is a deeply personal pursuit for these creatives. BY SARA RADIN AUGUST 14, 2019 The Series “As long as I can remember, denim has been a central part of my wardrobe,” says Ella Wiznia, founder of The Series. While starting a clothing brand wasn’t always something the 24-year-old saw herself doing, it was her recovery from an eating disorder in high school that inspired her to stop supporting clothing brands that promote unrealistic body types. “In 2013,...

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THE SERIES IN I-D MAGAZINE!

We were so excited to open up the latest issue of i-D Magazine and see Ever Anderson in some of our pieces! Here is the full piece for your consideration… Ever Anderson: "I haven't seen any of the Resident Evil films. Not even the one I'm in!" Milla Jovovich's actress daughter is going to be very famous, very soon. Here she talks about her new puppy, smashing through bricks in Taekwondo and the major movie she's about to star in. Ever Anderson's story originally appeared in i-D's The Icons and Idols Issue, no. 359, Spring 2020. Order your copy here. In many...

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TEEN VOGUE - WHY ARE WE ALL DRESSING LIKE GRANDPARENTS?

Why Are We All Dressing Like Grandparents? We’ve swapped our kindergarten-inspired outfits for looks inspired by our grandparents. BY SARA RADIN FEBRUARY 12, 2020 ILLUSTRATION BY ANA LEOVY From a young age, Wiznia, founder of The Series, recalls going to auctions, antique malls, and vintage shops. “My mom was an antique dealer who would travel all over to find exquisite pieces, and then she would resell them in New York, and my dad was drawn in by the historical value these objects held,” she says. “Our home was outfitted with found pieces as well as antique treasures passed down through generations of my...

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TEEN VOGUE - ARTISTS MAKING THE SLOGAN "DUMP HIM" FASHIONABLE

Artists Making the Slogan “Dump Him” Fashionable We seriously can’t get enough of this trend. BY SARA RADIN JULY 4, 2019 Florence likes to think she’s added fuel to an already established movement that is tongue-in-cheek, hoping to inspire women to ask themselves whether the men they’re dating are really adding value to their lives. But Florence isn’t the only person putting forth “dump him fashion.” Ella Wiznia, the founder of The Series, a genderless vintage brand based in New York, has been selling upcycled vintage jeans with the phrase “just dump him” and a swoosh embroidered across the butt. Ella believes...

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