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School That Rocks

The new online platform School of Doodle wants to revolutionize how teen girls learn and engage with the world. by Joanna Demkiewicz In April, the coolest school for girls launched — and that’s “girls” with a big pair of quotation marks; School of Doodle’s model is to be as inclusive to its members as possible, which […]

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Q&A With Kate Herzog, Founder of House of Talents

This September’s book club event is in partnership wth House of Talents, and we sat down with the founder to talk about the Ghanaian fashion brand. by Kaylen Ralph This month’s book club event with Anthropologie at the Westend is going to be extra special as we discuss Yaa Gyasi’s Homegoing. Pulling inspiration from the story […]

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More Stories to Tell

We talked with Of a Kind designer, Faris Du Graf, about her designs, inspiration, and Captain Planet. by Kaylen Ralph Of a Kind is the internet’s hippest bazaar. And just like any destination marketplace, there’s a little something for everyone. From clothes to personal care products to paper goods, each independent designer featured on Of […]

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Back To Business Essentials

Summer is coming to a close, and it’s time to switch focus onto the new academic year with the help of a few goods. by Anna Meyer photos by Kaylen Ralph This week was the first week of classes for college students everywhere, and many traded in their beach bag and easy summer reads for […]

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The Riveter’s Book Club Discusses ‘Sweetbitter’

Our Minneapolis book club took to Stephanie Danler’s latest novel and discovered themes of growing up, and how bitter sweet it can be. by Claire Butwinick photos by Kaylen Ralph Gathered around a table adorned with mini dark chocolates and fragrant dried lavender, The Riveter book clubbers discussed Stephanie Danler’s summer novel, Sweetbitter, for our […]

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