A Dress That's Flattering and Globally Conscious

Shop is an experiment from the biz minds at Jezebel (so to be clear, this is not editorial). Every once in awhile, we'll bring you content about unique products or stores. Shop's first contributor is Of a Kind. Founders Erica Cerulo and Clare Mazur started Of a Kind to curate products from fresh, independent designers while telling the stories of these personalities and their creations. Today, Of a Kind gives Jezebel readers an exclusive first look at a garment with a purpose.

Things that are harder to find than they should be: oxford shoes that don't try to eat your heels for breakfast, a hat that doesn't make you look like a complete a-hole, and a black dress that's as universally flattering as such a thing promises to be.

Well, good luck with the first two, but we've got you on the last one: The brother-sister team behind the brand-new L.A. line A-thread made Of a Kind a knit, cap-sleeve maxi that's straight-up easy to wear. It's fitted but not tight-eat the whole pint!-and there's a slit up the side so you don't look like a sister-wife (unless, you know, that's your thing).

So what's the deal with A-thread? Kevin and Jin Chon started the company in May, but their parents were in manufacturing their whole lives-so they know the ropes. And one of the key issues for the duo, aside from creating good-looking clothes at equally rad prices, is giving back: They work with four charities, donating 5% of every sale. This sweater dress benefits Kiva, which finances microloans for women. And maybe one of those women will start a business around this hat conundrum. FULL CIRCLE.

Click here to buy the dress! It's just $98, and there are only 43 of these in the world. So if you miss out, don't come crying to us.

PS - Like this and want more? Let us know — shop@gawker.com.

A Dress That's Flattering and Globally Conscious

Shop is an experiment from the biz minds at Jezebel (so to be clear, this is not editorial). Every once in awhile, we'll bring you content about unique products or stores. Shop's first contributor is Of a Kind. Founders Erica Cerulo and Clare Mazur started Of a Kind to curate products from fresh, independent designers while telling the stories of these personalities and their creations. Today, Of a Kind gives Jezebel readers an exclusive first look at a garment with a purpose.

Things that are harder to find than they should be: oxford shoes that don't try to eat your heels for breakfast, a hat that doesn't make you look like a complete a-hole, and a black dress that's as universally flattering as such a thing promises to be.

Well, good luck with the first two, but we've got you on the last one: The brother-sister team behind the brand-new L.A. line A-thread made Of a Kind a knit, cap-sleeve maxi that's straight-up easy to wear. It's fitted but not tight-eat the whole pint!-and there's a slit up the side so you don't look like a sister-wife (unless, you know, that's your thing).

So what's the deal with A-thread? Kevin and Jin Chon started the company in May, but their parents were in manufacturing their whole lives-so they know the ropes. And one of the key issues for the duo, aside from creating good-looking clothes at equally rad prices, is giving back: They work with four charities, donating 5% of every sale. This sweater dress benefits Kiva, which finances microloans for women. And maybe one of those women will start a business around this hat conundrum. FULL CIRCLE.

Click here to buy the dress! It's just $98, and there are only 43 of these in the world. So if you miss out, don't come crying to us.

PS - Like this and want more? Let us know — shop@gawker.com.

A Dress That's Flattering and Globally Conscious

Shop is an experiment from the biz minds at Jezebel (so to be clear, this is not editorial). Every once in awhile, we'll bring you content about unique products or stores. Shop's first contributor is Of a Kind. Founders Erica Cerulo and Clare Mazur started Of a Kind to curate products from fresh, independent designers while telling the stories of these personalities and their creations. Today, Of a Kind gives Jezebel readers an exclusive first look at a garment with a purpose.

Things that are harder to find than they should be: oxford shoes that don't try to eat your heels for breakfast, a hat that doesn't make you look like a complete a-hole, and a black dress that's as universally flattering as such a thing promises to be.

Well, good luck with the first two, but we've got you on the last one: The brother-sister team behind the brand-new L.A. line A-thread made Of a Kind a knit, cap-sleeve maxi that's straight-up easy to wear. It's fitted but not tight-eat the whole pint!-and there's a slit up the side so you don't look like a sister-wife (unless, you know, that's your thing).

So what's the deal with A-thread? Kevin and Jin Chon started the company in May, but their parents were in manufacturing their whole lives-so they know the ropes. And one of the key issues for the duo, aside from creating good-looking clothes at equally rad prices, is giving back: They work with four charities, donating 5% of every sale. This sweater dress benefits Kiva, which finances microloans for women. And maybe one of those women will start a business around this hat conundrum. FULL CIRCLE.

Click here to buy the dress! It's just $98, and there are only 43 of these in the world. So if you miss out, don't come crying to us.

PS - Like this and want more? Let us know — shop@gawker.com.

A Dress That's Flattering and Globally Conscious

Shop is an experiment from the biz minds at Jezebel (so to be clear, this is not editorial). Every once in awhile, we'll bring you content about unique products or stores. Shop's first contributor is Of a Kind. Founders Erica Cerulo and Clare Mazur started Of a Kind to curate products from fresh, independent designers while telling the stories of these personalities and their creations. Today, Of a Kind gives Jezebel readers an exclusive first look at a garment with a purpose.

Things that are harder to find than they should be: oxford shoes that don't try to eat your heels for breakfast, a hat that doesn't make you look like a complete a-hole, and a black dress that's as universally flattering as such a thing promises to be.

Well, good luck with the first two, but we've got you on the last one: The brother-sister team behind the brand-new L.A. line A-thread made Of a Kind a knit, cap-sleeve maxi that's straight-up easy to wear. It's fitted but not tight-eat the whole pint!-and there's a slit up the side so you don't look like a sister-wife (unless, you know, that's your thing).

So what's the deal with A-thread? Kevin and Jin Chon started the company in May, but their parents were in manufacturing their whole lives-so they know the ropes. And one of the key issues for the duo, aside from creating good-looking clothes at equally rad prices, is giving back: They work with four charities, donating 5% of every sale. This sweater dress benefits Kiva, which finances microloans for women. And maybe one of those women will start a business around this hat conundrum. FULL CIRCLE.

Click here to buy the dress! It's just $98, and there are only 43 of these in the world. So if you miss out, don't come crying to us.

PS - Like this and want more? Let us know — shop@gawker.com.

A Dress That's Flattering and Globally Conscious

Shop is an experiment from the biz minds at Jezebel (so to be clear, this is not editorial). Every once in awhile, we'll bring you content about unique products or stores. Shop's first contributor is Of a Kind. Founders Erica Cerulo and Clare Mazur started Of a Kind to curate products from fresh, independent designers while telling the stories of these personalities and their creations. Today, Of a Kind gives Jezebel readers an exclusive first look at a garment with a purpose.

Things that are harder to find than they should be: oxford shoes that don't try to eat your heels for breakfast, a hat that doesn't make you look like a complete a-hole, and a black dress that's as universally flattering as such a thing promises to be.

Well, good luck with the first two, but we've got you on the last one: The brother-sister team behind the brand-new L.A. line A-thread made Of a Kind a knit, cap-sleeve maxi that's straight-up easy to wear. It's fitted but not tight-eat the whole pint!-and there's a slit up the side so you don't look like a sister-wife (unless, you know, that's your thing).

So what's the deal with A-thread? Kevin and Jin Chon started the company in May, but their parents were in manufacturing their whole lives-so they know the ropes. And one of the key issues for the duo, aside from creating good-looking clothes at equally rad prices, is giving back: They work with four charities, donating 5% of every sale. This sweater dress benefits Kiva, which finances microloans for women. And maybe one of those women will start a business around this hat conundrum. FULL CIRCLE.

Click here to buy the dress! It's just $98, and there are only 43 of these in the world. So if you miss out, don't come crying to us.

PS - Like this and want more? Let us know — shop@gawker.com.

A Dress That's Flattering and Globally Conscious

Shop is an experiment from the biz minds at Jezebel (so to be clear, this is not editorial). Every once in awhile, we'll bring you content about unique products or stores. Shop's first contributor is Of a Kind. Founders Erica Cerulo and Clare Mazur started Of a Kind to curate products from fresh, independent designers while telling the stories of these personalities and their creations. Today, Of a Kind gives Jezebel readers an exclusive first look at a garment with a purpose.

Things that are harder to find than they should be: oxford shoes that don't try to eat your heels for breakfast, a hat that doesn't make you look like a complete a-hole, and a black dress that's as universally flattering as such a thing promises to be.

Well, good luck with the first two, but we've got you on the last one: The brother-sister team behind the brand-new L.A. line A-thread made Of a Kind a knit, cap-sleeve maxi that's straight-up easy to wear. It's fitted but not tight-eat the whole pint!-and there's a slit up the side so you don't look like a sister-wife (unless, you know, that's your thing).

So what's the deal with A-thread? Kevin and Jin Chon started the company in May, but their parents were in manufacturing their whole lives-so they know the ropes. And one of the key issues for the duo, aside from creating good-looking clothes at equally rad prices, is giving back: They work with four charities, donating 5% of every sale. This sweater dress benefits Kiva, which finances microloans for women. And maybe one of those women will start a business around this hat conundrum. FULL CIRCLE.

Click here to buy the dress! It's just $98, and there are only 43 of these in the world. So if you miss out, don't come crying to us.

PS - Like this and want more? Let us know — shop@gawker.com.