Posts from the ‘Stories’ category

To All The Young Artists Out There. . .

Our Kids’ Art Contest is back! Since we began the annual contest in 2005 thousands of kids have sent us their best drawings, paintings and collages. Last…

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It’s Back!

WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE AT HARRIS PARK Pssst. Like a good deal? Then put on your sneakers and meet us the Ley Pavilion at Harris Park in Dodgeville,…

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Summer Solstice & The Swon Brothers

  After what felt like the worst winter in Wisconsin ever, many Lands’ Enders pulled together and organized a summer solstice party to celebrate the much-needed…

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Special Delivery To Paraguay

We recently received this story from Patty O., a long time Lands’ End fan and former Peace Corps Volunteer. Enjoy.     In 1995, I was 23 years old,…

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Stuck In The Doldrums

Nothing makes you feel more alive than cruising with the wind at your back. And nothing is more frustrating than sitting stagnant in the water when…

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The Most Memorable Way To Personalize A Tote

Not long ago, Elisabeth H. sent us a note saying she was taking her new monogrammed Lands’ End Tote with her on a volunteer experience through…

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The Build Up | Lands’ End Apostrophe

A glimpse at our hands-on approach to building the Fall 2014 issue of Lands’ End Apostrophe. Have a story or photos you’d like to share? Email…

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Seams Plausible: Off The Cuff

  A semi-regular column answering questions about clothing.     Reader Lavelle S. writes in to ask, “Is it true that cuffed pants are coming back…

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Taking A Stake In The Lake

  Each year the Lands’ End Go Green Team organizes volunteers from around the office to spend the day cleaning up our Dane County lakes, streams…

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Two By Canoe

“Everyone must believe in something. I believe I’ll go canoeing.”   -Henry David Thoreau               Photography by Joe Crimmings. See…

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