Posts from the ‘Stories’ category

The Perils of Plaid

Theatre people are a superstitious lot – a fact that I put down to a lot of vivid imaginations in close proximity to one another. (Full…

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From The Big City To The Land Of Plenty

As a child growing up in inner city Chicago, I knew exactly where food came from. The Jewel. Or in a pinch, when my mom needed…

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Monogramming: By The Numbers. And Letters…

What started as a one-machine-with-one-font operation has grown steadily over the years. These days, most of our personalization (monogramming, embroidery, heat stamping & engraving) is done…

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Monogramming: We Take It Personally

On the west side of Lands’ End’s 40-acre corporate headquarters, the company’s main distribution center stretches nearly 21 football fields long. Bordered by a restored prairie…

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Why I really REALLY don’t like Breast Cancer

I hate breast cancer. It’s a mean, horrible disease that has taken way too many good people. Young mothers, community leaders, single women who have just…

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Meet Santiago – Everyone’s Favorite Rescue Dog

A stray from the streets of Poughkeepsie in upstate New York, Santiago is a happy-go-lucky pit bull with the disposition of a teddy bear. We’ve had…

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On The Road Again?

Before the trip: Traveling for business can be stressful enough with navigating airports, getting around unfamiliar cities and, oh yeah, those client meetings. You can ratchet…

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Please Read The Copy: From Paris With Jeans

Our man on the street (you know him better as Bob, an actual writer here at Lands’ End) took to the rues of Paris to talk…

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An Internship Experience That Doesn’t Involve Coffee Runs

For over 25 years, Lands’ End has welcomed some of the country’s best and brightest university students to join us for a summer of real-world experiences…

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Preserving Our Love Of Lighthouses

When your company is founded by a sailor who chose a lighthouse to be the brand logo and your motto is “A Beacon For What’s Real,”…

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