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RACKED - JUNE 24, 2017

RACKED - JUNE 24, 2017

Rethinking Who Menswear Is Designed For
Kirrin Finch is designing masculine clothing for anyone that wants to wear it.



FAST COMPANY - MAY 10, 2017

FAST COMPANY - MAY 10, 2017

Meet The Brooklyn-Based Company Making Women's Wear More "Dapper"



COSMOPOLITAN - APRIL 12, 2017

COSMOPOLITAN - APRIL 12, 2017

20 Clothing Brands for People Who Give a Sh*t About the Environment

"This menswear-inspired brand makes shirts that address the boob gap while also doing better for the environment. All of its clothes are manufactured in New York."



MARIE CLAIRE - FEBRUARY 24, 2017

MARIE CLAIRE - FEBRUARY 24, 2017

Married to the Job: How 3 Fashion Couples Make It Work

"What better time to start a company than shortly after quitting your job, getting married, and trekking around the world? Blame love-induced optimism, because Laura Moffat and Kelly Sanders Moffat's light- bulb moment—"We're going to start a clothing line!"—happened on their honeymoon."



HUFFINGTON POST/FACTORY 45 BLOG - JANUARY 4, 2017

HUFFINGTON POST/FACTORY 45 BLOG - JANUARY 4, 2017

6 Experts Reveal The Sustainable Fashion Projects To Watch In 2017

“This year, I’m excited by brands that are blurring the traditional boundaries of fashion. New brands like Kirrin Finch are filling a void for (proper-fitting) menswear-inspired womenswear as established companies like Burberry make mixed gender shows a fixture of fashion week. 
In addition, the concept of quality clothing that purposefully endures through sizes and seasons is resurfacing among sustainable lines: Sotela designs dresses that span several sizes while the made-to-order brandDeSmet rejects the fashion calendar to release just one piece per month over the course of the year.”

Elizabeth Stilwell, Creator of The Note Passer and Co-Founder of the Ethical Writers Coalition



THE ATLANTIC - NOVEMBER 29, 2016

THE ATLANTIC - NOVEMBER 29, 2016

The Power of Two

"LAURA AND KELLY SANDERS MOFFAT almost didn’t meet. Their first date coincided with a miserable January blizzard, and they both remember dreading going anywhere in that weather and toying with the idea of cancelling. Fortunately, they both showed up that night to a restaurant in Brooklyn and hit it off right away, talking so much they almost forgot to order food."



EFFORT-LEZ - NOVEMBER 7, 2016

EFFORT-LEZ - NOVEMBER 7, 2016

Kirrin Finch Makes Clothes and Is A Cool AF Social Club

"I had the pleasure of meeting, Laura and Kelly, the wife and wife duo of Kirrin Finch at the Superbutch fashion show in Toronto earlier this year. We became fast friends based on the killer moves the two threw down on the dance floor. They convinced me and my girl, Kate to come down to NYC that weekend to take part in their photoshoot. And what ensued next was nothing short of pure magic, and I’m not just talking about my smizing! – We created community that weekend."



DAPPERQ - NOVEMBER 3, 2016

DAPPERQ - NOVEMBER 3, 2016

Interview With Queer Clothing Company Kirrin Finch

"We didn’t grow up wanting to be fashion designers. We were both tomboys, and only really cared about making sure our outfits allowed us to ride bikes and climb trees. But as we grew up, it became obvious that mainstream retailers didn’t cater to us. It was always a hunt to find something that felt right, and we were often forced to make the choice between poorly-fitting menswear and super feminine womenswear."



MAKER'S ROW LIVE - NOVEMBER 3, 2017

MAKER'S ROW LIVE - NOVEMBER 3, 2017

Starting An Apparel Brand With No Experience

We sat down with CMO and Co-Founder of Maker's Row, Tanya Menendez, to talk about starting an apparel brand with no experience, entrepreneurship, and design in a niche market.



VICE MAGAZINE - NOVEMBER 1, 2016

VICE MAGAZINE - NOVEMBER 1, 2016

Gender in Fashion Is Dead

"A lot of tomboys gravitate toward menswear clothes, but menswear isn't fit for people who have a bust or hips," said Laura Moffatt. She and her wife, Kelly, started a company called Kirrin Finch for clothes that look traditionally male, but are cut for women's bodies. It's a labor of love for the couple—and it would have to be, given that their backgrounds have little to do with fashion. Laura, who holds a PhD in neuroscience from NYU, worked in the pharmaceutical industry for ten years before starting the company, and Kelly was a teacher and elementary school librarian.




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