Momento Sustainable Stories

  • Why Vintage Armani Looks So Good Now

    The Giorgio Armani suit of the '80s, shoulders padded and waist nipped, was a vessel for masculine decadence. For that decade's newly gym-obsessed corporate elite, the zoot suit–like silhouette so captured the spirit of the moment that, after its debut on American Gigolo star Richard Gere, Eric Clapton donned it for his slick pop comeback and Larry Gagosian wore it to build Jean-Michel Basquiat's career.

  • The Year The Stars Didn’t Show: A Vintage Met Gala Review

    Every first Monday in May, fashion lovers gather to see the most daring, avant-garde, theatrical looks pushing the thin line between costume and “...
  • Wearing the Earth in Linen

      As you may know, Linen is a natural fiber and 100% biodegradable. It comes from the flax seed plant and goes through a pretty rigorous process. O...
  • Building a 2nd-hand Wardrobe is as Environmentally Conscious as Fashion Gets

    While I’ve frequented thrift stores since college; it wasn’t until a few years ago that I submerged myself into how vintage and sustainability in ...