Designer Monika Kowalska creates intelligent clothes for every woman.
A DÉTACHER clothes are individual explorations into surface, form and function – a research into the formal posture of each garment.
Randi Mates is the designer behind Aesa jewelry. Trained as a historian and a classical goldsmith, Mates established the company in 2007 and is based in New York City.
Aesa’s ouevre harkens to a grand tradition of craft in which handwork is revered. At the same time, Mates’ references are always varied and unconventional; the way she melds them is surprising, innovative and seamless.
Each a small work of art, Mates’ designs are both poetic and sympathetic, making them covetable, sophisticated and intimate.
Founded in 2012, Baserange is a line of modern basics with an emphasis on clean lines and easy silhouettes.
The company works closely with innovative vendors to develop high quality textiles from both natural fibers and recycled content.
Baserange believes that a commitment to clean production will minimize environmental impact and benefit both the producer and the user. Produced in Portugal.
Designers, sisters and twins Daphne and Vera designs are a true work of art.
Our creative vision is grounded in a holistic approach to fashion, which is embedded in every aspect of our design and production and woven in to every garment. From our use of locally sourced and recycled materials to the hand-based production methods we use in our Lower East Side workshop we make environmentally and socially sustainable materials and methods inherent to the production of each unique product.
Designer Silvia Avanzi was inspired by the artistic heritage of her native country Italy, along with the hectic lifestyle of her adoptive city New York. Her shoes are architectural, functional and unique.
Gray Matters is a collection of standout sculptural pieces: objects with a life of their own or enhancing the character of women like no other.
Mara Hoffman founded her label in 2000 after graduating from Parsons School of Design in New York City. Fifteen years later, the brand committed itself to implementing more sustainable and responsible practices. In an effort to foster mindful consumption habits, the brand maintains an open conversation about its approach and encourages consumers to reevaluate the relationship society has with clothing. The company continues to focus on sustainable materials, processes, and production in order to improve and extend each garment’s life. President and Creative Director, Mara Hoffman, presents collections with a devotion to color, each inspired by and in celebration of women.
Pan and the Dream
They are a wearable decorative fashion accessory. The design is a modern take on the vintage stocking. Stockings once had very little stretch in the fabric and often looked ill fitting. We emphasized the 'wrinkled' look and kept the beautiful stitched back seam.
Each sock is handmade in New York with attention to detail and using only the highest quality European fabrics.
SAMMA is a line of jewelry defined by a stripped down vocabulary of modular form. Elemental lines and simplified shapes in brass, bronze, copper, gold, and silver — combine. Patterns based on stacking, bundling, interlocking, and weaving primary shapes make tactile, sculptural pieces. Repetition is broken by slight variations, either in color or in structure, lending a warmth and individual touch. Seriality and standardized construction are the basis of a lexicon of shapes and materials that reference both modernism and vernacular forms of adornment.
Hanna Sandin is a sculptor based in New York City. She began SAMMA in 2009, with a single piece- a simple cotton rope with a cluster of machined brass triangles.
Samuji is a creative studio and design house based in Helsinki, Finland.
Our work focuses on design and consulting, and is based on the values we hold dear in everyday life: a love of necessary things, simple functionality, and kindness. Our ambition is to produce timeless and sustainable design that serves a purpose yet carries a story.
All items are crafted out of quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers and produced in Europe by carefully selected manufacturers.
Objects + Interiors
Bianca and Red Studios
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Bianca and Red is a textile and folk art studio in Santa Fe, New Mexico started by Teresa Mascia in 2016. Drawing inspiration from the desert landscape, American women's craft traditions and old, slow ways of making, it aims to make timeless pieces. Fabrics used are natural and organic or naturally dyed whenever possible.
Binu Binu is a brand of modern soaps inspired by the ritual of the Korean public bath, a place free of vanity and inhibition and where generations are brought together in the simple act of cleansing. Our formulas are based on the idea of daily ritual, intergenerational bonding, and the infamous Korean scrub treatment "Seshin," a vigorous, pragmatic and extremely effective exfoliating treatment that can be found at the baths. Other points of inspiration come from strong female role models in Korean culture - like the Haenyeo sea women of Jeju Island, elderly female divers who dive tank-free for the catch of the day to support their families, and the modern-day shaman known as Mudang, female healers who specialize in matters of the mind, body and soul.
GROUP PARTNER is a Brooklyn based ceramic studio created in 2012 by Isaac Nichols. Isaac's work deals with positive body image, sexuality and a love for plants.
Slippers 100% hand made fair by artisan women in Patagonia using only natural sheep wool and up-cycled salmon leather.