Our magazine is a biannual fashion, art and culture publication with a global reach. It is designed for a creative, sophisticated audience and has won numerous awards and accolades. The magazine is both a showcase of local and national talent and a vehicle for creative self-expression by those involved in putting it together. We’re currently working on our 14th issue which will launch in September 2018! 


In 2013 we played with the idea of coworking and makerspaces via Bindery pop-up. In 2015 we set up our own space on Mass ave as HQ for our team, and also as a maker co-op. Now we’re working on the next iteration of PATTERN workshop. Bigger, better and smarter! Stay tuned!



PATTERN events are educational and social, connecting all creatives, and especially those in fashion and “making”. Since its inception in 2011, PATTERN has hosted 100+ events connecting over 7,500 creatives with opportunities and one another. We rely solely on our dedicated volunteers, who have generously spent over 17,000 hours ensuring the success of our events.

Goodwill Of Central Indiana Fall Campaign

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2018: Year In Review

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New Year’s Eve Celebration

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Gang of Youths Review

As Gretta Ray softly strummed her guitar and sang of heartbreak, the Hi-Fi, full of mostly-male, tattooed indie rock fans, was dead silent. The…

Teen Vogue Summit

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