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Growers Get Gussied Up By Local Boutiques

Last Updated: 03/29/2016 2:56 pm

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RACHEL BRENNEKE
  • Rachel Brenneke

Claire Wolf grew up on a multigenerational dairy farm in Wisconsin and moved to New York to pursue biodynamic agriculture. She currently supports Long Table Harvest, a farm gleaning organization that brings excess farm produce to local communities. She also works for Rock City Mushrooms in Chatham, growing shiitake and oyster mushrooms. Rockcitymushrooms.com

Clothes: Karina Megan dress ($108)

Hair: Rebecca Whitaker; make-up: Lisa Lukaszewski

Karina

This Brooklyn-based company is moving to Kingston this spring, opening a retail space on Wall Street in Uptown Kingston. Karina dresses are vintage inspired and are made from machine-washable fabrics that never need ironing. The company promotes body positivity and provides dresses for women of all shapes and sizes. Their Kingston location will be the company’s flagship store. Karinadresses.com

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