Nudie Jeans Recycled Rugs

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It’s not every day that you come across a clothing manufacturer that is focusing their efforts on extending the life cycle of their garments beyond the everyday wear and tear.  However, Swedish Denim house Nudie Jeans’ “Post-Recycled Jeans initiative” which co-incidentally marks the brand’s foray into interior design, is both an eco-friendly and innovative solution that transforms worn out / …

Not just a suitcase,  a companion.

Not just a suitcase, a companion.

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Never has anything been more essential to travelling than a suitcase, or at least something to store, protect, and carry our belongings. Along with being a container for our personal effects, suitcases also retain the stories of our journeys. Each scratch, gouge, or dent tells a tale of where we went and how we got there. When we carry our …

Woodpecker Notebooks by Tale Design

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In an endeavour to bridge the lost identity between paper and tree, Korean designer Jonghwan Kim of tale studio’s series of Woodpecker notebooks offers a harmonizing balance between paper and the tree which made its existence possible. From the textured bark covers, to the pages with the grain and knots of a particular species, each notebook was created with the …

Herriott Grace: A Father Daughter Connection | Documentary

Herriott Grace: A Father Daughter Connection | Documentary

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Commitment, desire, and an incessant appetite to follow your dream, are the typical factors used to describe someone who turns their passion into a career. In the case of Harriott Grace, it was a father’s love and daughters savvy, that led Lance Herriott to bid farewell to his ship welder past and devote himself to his lifelong passion for woodworking. …

Shwood Shop: A Simple Experiment with Nature

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Born from curiosity and the desire to experiment, Portland wood sunglasses maker Shwood has gone from a curious endeavour to an internationally-carried accessory. The outfit has worked diligently in an effort to create and exhibit a product that encompasses creativity and innovation, rather than just a passing fad. Providing an entirely handcrafted product, the brand has been able to fuse …


Julien David | An Introspective Into Scarves

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In a short time up and coming accessory designer Julien David has garnered the respect and appreciated of some of the more esteemed names in the industry.  Having honed his craft under Narciso Rodriguez and Ralph Lauren, David launched his own label of neoclassical printed-silk twill scarves.  His collection can be described as an undercurrent edginess of Tokyo fused with …

Miscellaneous Adventures by Andrew Groves

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Birthed from his love with nature and the great outdoors, Miscellaneous Adventures by illustrator, artist and all around creative Andrew Groves is a collection of functional and aesthetic hand crafted wooden accoutrements intended for use in the Great outdoors.  Responsibly harvested from the woodlands in Sussex each object takes shape using traditional wood working techniques and tools and then polished …

Best Made Co. x Pendleton – Famous Red Wool Blanket

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Reinterpreting a brand’s signature aesthetic is nothing short of a formidable task and markedly so when the brand in question is Pendleton Woolen Mills.  Abstaining from their hallmark Native American patterning their collaborative “famous red wool blanket” with New York based Best Made Co speaks to a mastery in craftsmanship that Pendleton is lauded for. Harnessing inspiration from the brand’s …


Opening Ceremony Spring/Summer 2012 Lookbook

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With winter around the corner, the thought of slush and snow just turns my world dark and grey. When I came across the Sping/Summer 2012 line from Opening Ceremony, this turned everything around. Providing an offering of colour, while keeping it minimal and simplistic, is what really drew me to this collection. So take a minute to absorb the upcoming …