To whom it may concern: In the early days of 2016, I set out on a personal mission to create “The Perfect Blazer.” I did not know where to begin. I only knew I had to make a sample version — a “prototype” — and continue to tweak and refine until the design matched myContinue reading “From the desktop of A. Vicenzi”
Circular design and supply chains are a realistic, exciting alternative to the unnecessary waste and inefficiencies of linear business models of the past
This is our team mascot, Kintsugi. I rescued him from a street corner stall on Hollywood Road in Hong Kong’s Central District, in the early days of 2016. I dusted off his plastic white frame, but could not fix his raised paw, indented on the pinky corner. I’m glad I couldn’t. To me, he is perfect!Continue reading “Kintsugi and the Art of Imperfection”
For one weekend only, we proudly invite you to a pop-up event for the history books. Shoes for men, blazers for ladies, fun for all!
the year I decided anything was possible
Domers reflect on their undergraduate experience
on finding a problem to solve, and a place to start
a conversation on working for startups, wayward ideas, narrowing the focus, and the joy of collaborating with others to get stuff done: Recorded in Oakland, CA in February 2016. Interview by William Ehrlich for Is Now A Good Time?
Four months ago, I woke up with a chilling thought that I was way behind schedule. It was a dreary September morning — September 15th, my twenty-sixth birthday — and as I leapt out of bed, I decided I had to start a company. For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to startContinue reading “action cures fear.”