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Behind the Designer of Indigenous Fashion Brand OrendaTribe

Designer Amy is the daughter of a full-blooded Navajo, and hopes to bring change this world with her eye for textiles and her love for her culture. Her brand, OrendaTribe, has caught the eyes of Vogue editors, stylists, and the like, and now we're bringing her onto our ARMY blog so you can love her just as much as we...

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Honoring Farmworker Activist Monica Ramirez

This Labor Day, we are partnering with Founder and President of Justice for Migrant Women Monica Ramirez to give 10% off our proceeds today to the Farmworker’s Pandemic Relief Fund.

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Our Academic Girl Crush: Q&A with Cheraine Donalea Scott

Practicing activism doesn't just mean waving protest signs on the street (though, obviously, that's rad too). Practicing activism can be however you feel to express yourself -- and with this expression, comes cultural change.

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Dear Stylists, We Love You.

Learn about and see the creations from some of our fav Stylists.

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Q & A with Drew, Featured on Monica Rose

"AT DYLAN LEX, THE MOTTO IS MAKE A STATEMENT AND DON'T CONFORM."

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Interview with the Stone Set

Originally posted on The Stone Set. HOW DID YOU DECIDE TO PURSUE JEWELRY DESIGN? I always DIYed my outfits. I had to have a little twist on what I was wearing so I didn’t look like everyone else. I went to school for Fashion Design. My senior collection was beaded. I hand beaded everything, waistbands, sweaters,...

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Behind the Scenes with Janessa Leoné x Dylanlex

 A behind the scenes look at our collaboration with Janessa Leoné

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Collaboration with NEW/FOUND

Our collaboration with NEW/FOUND started with a love for vintage clothing. Each piece is a vintage item hand-selected by our founder Drew Ginsburg and the vintage clothing company founded by Richard Wainwright called NEW/FOUND.

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