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Breaking Taboos: Stories That Shed Light on the Dark

From the beginning, we’ve strived to start honest conversations about our shared experiences as women. Because the more we open up and share, the more we let others know that they are not alone in what they’re feeling and experiencing. There’s no room for shame or judgement around these parts. Even so, there are still topics that people consider off-limits, often holding back from sharing their hearts because of fear. Well, we’re here to tell you that we’re not afraid, and this is a safe space. Always.

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Stories That Educate (Because Learning Never Stops)

August is “Educate” month at Holl & Lane, and we’ll be featuring stories here on the blog that relate to this theme in some way. Maybe it’s the time of year, since many people are gearing up to go back to school themselves, or sending their kids back. Maybe it’s the thought that no matter what stage of life we’re in, we never stop learning. Either way, we’re feeling the pull of knowledge and learning. So, let’s fully embrace the opportunity to expand our horizons. It’s how we continue to grow and develop mentally and emotionally.

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Now Available: The Body Issue (Holl & Lane, 2017 Collection, Volume III)

We're so excited to announce that our newest issue is now available in our shop. Featuring the theme, The Body, this new issue features stories of body image, documented through photo diaries, first person essays, interviews, and more. Body image is such an important topic for women as we've been made to believe that we must look a certain way. In this issue, we're removing that idea and celebrating ALL types of bodies and what they're capable of.

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