By Martin Waitt, June 13th, 2013
Kmart Fashion has teamed up with Rachel Antonoff on their third Remix Series challenge. Rachel Antonoff with the help of her mother, grandmother, and friend will be showcasing their interpretation of a wardrobe staple, the, “Pencil Skirt” by Kmart Fashion’s brand Attention while mixing in some of Rachel’s own designs. Click after the jump for details and what you can win!
By Marisa Steinberg, August 28th, 2012
Getting your foot in the door of the world of styling can be as difficult as getting your foot into those too-tight strappy stilettos you just bought. Enter Affinitas Intimates’ “The Parfait Stylist” contest for a chance to style their next collection and scoop up a major cash prize. Find out how after the jump!
By Maitland Quitmeyer, July 17th, 2012
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By Christine Tran, February 17th, 2012
Leading footwear and accessories retailer, DSW Inc, teams up with the Fashion Institute of Technology in a collaborative contest, “A Design Affair.” Searching for the next big shoe designer, DSW and FIT offer contestants an opportunity to put their best foot forward in order to score the prize of a lifetime.
By Katherine Mateo, February 17th, 2012
By Rebekah Meiser, April 14th, 2011
To all summer enthusiasts: Quicksilver is calling out for your best seasonal memory. Now is the time to dig into your vacation albums for your favorite sunset picture, channel your inner poet and write verses about the tingling of sand between your toes, or simply recount an alluring memory and it might be published in the surfer brand’s summer stories book.
By Eva Medoff, May 4th, 2010
When tennis player Fred Perry created his version of the polo shirt in 1952, he never imagined it would soon be hijacked by a little-known musical subculture known as the Mods. From there, it would be the punks, the skinheads and the ska kids—continuing a thoroughly British fashion counterculture of epic and long-lasting proportions. Now, the prep-to-street brand is asking customers to come forward and share their stories of music, angst and a particular shirt with black and champagne tipping—and there’s money to be had.
By Eva Medoff, April 30th, 2010
If a $1,000 shopping spree sounds like something you might be interested in, you might want to pay attention to this post. NUMBER:Lab, the line of clean, preppy menswear that prides itself on superior fit—is asking all eligible bachelors (ahem, loyal customers) to submit a photo of themselves wearing the line. The object is to find the most attractive specimen that truly does justice to the garments. If that sounds a bit narcissistic to you, remember: free clothes are involved. Read on for rules and regulations.