current state of Stolen Girlfriends Club's US business, the costs and challenges involved, and most importantly, how to make it in America. Here's what he had to say. You're moving to New York City this year. What will you be doing there? Luke Harwood: The plan is to go head up Stolen...

But when cult Kiwi grunge label Stolen Girlfriends Club holds an event — be it for a fashion collection or just a sick party — getting there is almost an afterthought. And surely enough, no one was complaining about being shuttled out to Auckland's Western Springs Stadium during New Zealand...

Following on the heels of its autumn–winter 2012 women's campaign, Stolen Girlfriends' Club has revealed its shoot for its menswear label, Stolen by Stolen Girlfriends' Club. The campaign was photographed by Maya Villiger from street-style blog Turned Out in and around New York City. Villiger...

Photo: Katherine Lowe Stolen Girlfriends Club designer Marc Moore was nervously pacing the balcony at the Overseas Passenger Terminal yesterday, stopping every couple of seconds to look at his watch. His primary concern was the rental car that he'd parked down the road; specifically the...

One problem: like Kate Sylvester before them, Stolen Girlfriends Club fell victim to a particularly dark lighting setup. Perfect for hiding flaws, but not so wonderful for audience members. This was never so apparent as in the second half of the show, when the collection turned a dark,...

Stolen Girlfriends Club is a mix of pop culture and the influence of music in designs. The vision and creativity of the label is to create collections that look very simple yet hard to make and perfection to the last detail. This brand is made all the way from New Zealand, and has a wide...

report from Rosemount Australian Fashion Week in Sydney, our friends from Stolen Girlfriends' Club and KMS have shared with us behind-the-scenes hair images and a how-to. Greg Murrell of Ryder directed the hair for Marc Moore, Luke Harwood and Dan Gosling's latest collection, The Big...

September 1, 2011 Described as a 'motley crew of surfers done good', New Zealand designers Marc Moore, Luke Harwood and Dan Gosling of Stolen Girlfriends' Club (SGC) have garnered a cult following in the country. Their latest creations, compiled to create the autumn–winter 2012 collection,...

This season, one third of the Stolen Girlfriends Club team was absent. Creative Director Luke Harwood moved to New York in July to open the brand's North American showroom, and, in perhaps the cutest move in the history of New Zealand Fashion Week, his co-owners Marc Moore and Dan Gosling...

'We are super-excited about our new partnership with Samsung—such an innovative brand when it comes to technology and design. We have a pretty simple rule when we are looking at potential brand partners: we have to personally love the brand and its products to be able to work with them and...

 

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