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Rev’s Best Racing-Themed Looks

At Rev, the best outfits and accessories show love for Indy's most famous heritage.

What Are You Wearing — And Why Isn’t It Made In...

For a decade, Pattern has built up a fashion industry in Indianapolis. So where are the clothes?

Glenn Close’s Costumes Play A Lead Role In A New Exhibit

An exhibit of actress Glenn Close’s costumes opens at the IU art museum this month, joining a collection that highlights the critical part clothing plays in all of our lives.

The Bloomington Company Making Homespun, Hand-Painted Decorative Flags

Luna Mercantile Co. blends modern sensibility with old-school technique to create trendy, hand-painted flags.
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Two Indy TV Stars Break Down Their Signature Looks

Reality staples Andrew Bryson and MJ Coyle discuss Indy's fashion and design scenes and more.

Indiana’s First And Only Louis Vuitton Is Right Where It Belongs:...

The designer house upgraded from the large space it had at Saks that was often referred to as a store within a store.
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The Northern Indiana Chemist Making Armor-Inspired Jewelry

Larry Malone creates intricate chain-mail bracelets and necklaces, one painstaking loop at a time.

The Indy Seamstress Thinking Globally And Sewing Locally

Krystle Ford's Now Boarding is making stylish travel gear from cork and specialty fabrics.
INC spring navy dress, $120, Macy’s. Le Superbe patterned collar top, $345, 8 Fifteen, 815 E. 65th St., 317-253-1234. Vintage sequin coat, $198, Toggery Resale Boutique. Kate Spade peep-toe shoe, $68, Toggery Resale Boutique. A New Day “Diamond Shift” sheer tights, $10, Target, multiple locations. Brown plaid sport coat, $489, J Benzal. Portuguese printed button-down shirt, $162, James Dant, 5624 E. Washington St., 317-974-9715. Stacy Adams “Ellery” cap-toe Oxford shoe, $73, Macy’s.

All That Jazz: 1940s Fashion In Indy

This year, Indianapolis celebrates its 200th anniversary. Throughout 2020, we’re reminiscing with a series of photo essays featuring fashion inspired by specific decades. These cats recall the 1940s along Indiana Avenue.

The Bee’s Knees: 1920s Fashion

This year, Indianapolis celebrates its 200th anniversary. Throughout 2020, we’re reminiscing with a series of photo essays featuring fashion inspired by specific decades. These flappers keep things roaring with the 1920s.