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Hilary George-Parkin

Hilary George-Parkin is a freelance writer in New York City covering fashion, business, and consumer culture. Her writing has been published by Vox, Glamour, CNN, and Fashionista, among other outlets. She was previously an editor at Stylecaster and Lucky magazine, and she has a master’s degree from Columbia Journalism School. You can follow Hilary on Twitter and Instagram at @hilarygp and find her work at

(Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month)

The Rich And Multilayered Legacy Of Modern-Day Moccasins

The shoe has evolved and endured over thousands of years.


Extend The Life Of Your Favorite Pieces With These Pro Tips

Foolproof ways to repair and restore.


How The Metaverse & NFTs Are Changing Fashion

It’s the next frontier.


What’s Behind The Creative Director Turnover At Luxury Brands?

“Sometimes you need a continuation. Sometimes you need a disruption.”

(Indigenous Peoples Heritage Month)

The Enduring Power of Turquoise Jewelry In Native American Cultures

And what it means today.


6 New Yorkers On 9/11 And Fashion's Resiliency 20 Years Later

A look back on the anniversary.


7 Queer Designers On Style, Identity, & Community

“I was queer in a lot of different ways, regardless of whether or not I was out.”


Will Plant-Based and Lab-Grown Materials Make Fashion’s Future More Sustainable?

Oranges and mushrooms aren’t just for eating anymore.

(Strong Women)

The Power of Dressing — How Female Politicians Use Clothes To Send A Message

From Vice President Kamala Harris' inauguration coat to AOC's bright red lipstick, politicians are using fashion for more than just a style moment.


Why The Party Isn’t Over For ‘Going-Out Clothes’


This Is What Sustainable Fashion *Actually* Means


How Long Does Coronavirus Live On Clothes?

Here's what infectious disease experts say.


DVF on the Power of Vulnerability and Embracing Your Imperfections


Is Street Style Still Valuable In The Age Of The Selfie?


Why Your Favorite Brands Are Changing Their Logos — And What That Means For You