Monthly Archives: July 2016

Quality Mending Company’s house brand merchandise is perfectly manufactured vintage

Walk into SoHo vintage staple Quality Mending Company and you’ll be hit immediately by the distinct smell of leather that perfectly complements the store’s worn-in offerings. The dimly lit and remarkably cozy Prince Street storefront always screams vintage.   There are old sunglasses, lighters, and pins in the display case by the door. Leather jackets… Read More

Online retailers return to walk-in fitting locations

The beginning of this decade saw many online-only retailers enter the market. Companies like clothing store Everlane and men’s footwear seller Jack Erwin promised high quality and low price by selling directly to customers online, cutting out middlemen and eliminating the cost of walk-in locations. The model has proven immensely successful and many of these… Read More

Understanding the fight for free healthcare

Among other topics, health care is one of the biggest issues being debated by the candidates of the 2016 presidential election. While many first world countries provide their citizens with free health care, the United States does not. This can cause Americans to pay a significant amount of money on doctor’s appointments, medicine, and emergency… Read More