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Makie Yahagi

` Makie, a tiny children’s clothing store on Thompson Street in Soho, is one of my favorite places to visit. It is a timeless place filled with beautiful clothes and treasures for the little ones.  It is my “go to” place whenever someone I know has a baby or when their...


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Joyce Eliason

` So Stella-- You ask for my story as you prep me for the shoot. Here goes: I had a sweet childhood in a little town in a high desert valley in Central Utah. I hiked the hills looking for arrowheads with my grandpa and sometimes I tended turkeys for...


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6397 x William Tyler Works on Paper

` We are thrilled to present William Tyler’s Works on Paper, a series of work using ink and colored pencil on paper. This is our 7th exhibit collaborating with the Creative Growth Arts Center studio in Oakland, CA. William Tyler has been an artist at Creative Growth since 1978. When...


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We Love IF !

` IF is my favorite clothing store in New York. It is not just a store, it is an institution with a deep-rooted history in bringing the most innovative designs to New York. So often, boutiques branch out to more than one location, but IF has remained one store with...


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Laura Morgan - Our Friend and Muse

` Q : It’s so good to see you again Laura. It’s been over a year since we hung out and took some pictures together. The cliched phrase “so much happened this past year” is so very true and humbling. A vicious virus changed the world and changed our lives....


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May 9th, 2021

We are inspired by these beautiful, powerful women who over the years allowed us into their personal space and gave us the precious gift of time to capture some great moments. They are our muses and they inspire us as we work towards our dream to make cool clothes for...


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Standing Rock Is Everywhere

“A large part of the modern Indigenous experience is protest” The “Standing Rock Is Everywhere” t-shirt, designed by Emma Robbins, speaks to the collective experience of oppressed, marginalized and underrepresented peoples everywhere. Standing Rock is the name of the Sioux Reservation of North Dakota and its tribe, whose lengthy and...


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Spring 2021

We shot these pictures on September 4th, 2020. It was a beautiful sunny day and the sky was a clear azure blue. It was our first real photo shoot since COVID changed everything. We were all so happy and excited to see each other again, and we just wanted to...


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Ashta Hunter x 6397

The Playground is a kids second-hand and vintage store. I was motivated to start the store after I started thrifting clothes for my son a couple of years ago.  There was just so much there.... so many great clothes. Clothes that were much better than the graphic heavy and very gendered clothing...


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Wrapping UP & Moving ON with Becky Hudson

6397 first introduced you to Becky Hudson in one of our “stories” back in 2018. Becky is special — her unique touch has a way of making everything beautiful — her home, her cooking, her personal style, and most importantly the relationships she creates with people. Becky makes magic. She...


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Creative Growth x 6397

6397 is pleased to present our 6th collaboration with the Creative Growth Arts Center of Oakland, CA, showing "Embroidered Works" by Dan Miller and Ying Ge Zhou, September 25th through December 5th.  Especially now, during this era of COVID, we are honored to share with you this beautiful and uplifting...


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6397 x Navajo Water Project x Emma Robbins

Now - in these times more than ever - 6397 is drawn to the work of the Navajo Water Project, a non-profit, indigenous-led organization registered as an official enterprise on the Navajo Nation. They are dedicated to bringing water to the Navajo people living on reservations, more than 30% of...


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Sending Love from 6397

It’s been about two months since we started staying in full-time. For those of us fortunate enough to remain in the safety and comfort of our homes, time has taken on a new meaning. For others who are out there, it's been a different reality as they continue to make...


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6397 Loves Our Stores

It has already been 7 years since we began 6397 with a simple idea - to create a wardrobe of cool clothes that we ourselves would want to wear, the kind of clothes that might hang in our favorite shops all around the world. Looking back over the years we...


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Greetings from New York

Our streets, usually bustling with people and traffic, are now eerily deserted. There is something hauntingly beautiful about this sudden emptiness, but you quickly realize what makes our city so special and vibrant are the people.All the diverse waves of humanity from different backgrounds and distinct cultures - this is...


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Creative Growth's Dan Miller

6397 opened one year ago showing the artworks of renowned Creative Growth artist Dan Miller. For our 1st anniversary we are pleased to present Dan’s works again in ink and acrylic on paper, from January 10th through March 27th. Dan continues to use words, letters and symbols that exist beyond...


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Andrea Linett

I started my career right out of college as the receptionist for a new magazine called Sassy, where I quickly moved up to the fashion/beauty assistant and then worked my way into fashion/beauty editor. We were a low-budget magazine, so we had to do everything ourselves. When I had a...


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A Thanksgiving Story


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Creative Growth

6397 is pleased to present “Gestures, Colors, Marks and Lines” an exhibition of Abstract paintings by artists Joseph Alef, Maureen Clay and Jordan King. This is our 4th collaborative exhibition with the Creative Growth Art Center studio in Oakland, California.Themes of color, line, form and composition are the subjects of...


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Jess Wertz

I grew up all over the place. Mainly Seoul, Korea and Okinawa, Japan. I had my own version of “Coming to America,” (without the rich parents) when I was 18 and fresh out of high school in Korea, and somehow ended up in Delaware. I had a serious case of...


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