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Designers We Believe In
Copenhagen, Denmark Soulland’s head designer, Silas Adler (b. 1985), founded Soulland in 2002 with co-owner Jacob Kampp Berliner. Soulland’s design esthetic is rooted in traditional Scandinavian craftsmanship and reinterpreted with a present-day esthetic. In August 2011, Soulland was the first menswear brand asked to design a stamp for the Royal Danish Postal Service. This year, Silas Adler / Soulland was named ‘Designer of the Year’ at DANSK Fashion Awards 2012.
New York City Trained in Fine Arts, the Philadelphia native launched her brand in 2000. For the first two seasons, Moffatt produced her collection from her home – a 31-foot sailboat docked on New York’s Hudson River. Although she now works out of a proper studio in Chelsea, Moffatt’s love of fine art and modern design, as well as her unique sensibility for color, texture and detail continue to be cornerstones of her aesthetic.
Helsinki, Finland Samuji Collection brings together two separate lines: Samuji Classics and Samuji Seasonals. Classics carries permanent, timeless styles, while Seasonals is a more bohemian and colorful collection renewed seasonally. Samuji's ambition is to produce timeless and sustainable design that serves purpose yet carries a story. All items are crafted from premium quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers and produced in Europe by carefully selected manufacturers who, like us, insist on the highest quality and ethicality.
New York City Rachel has always adhered to the idea of making things that she, herself would want to wear; i.e. incredibly adorable feminine pieces. Inspired by ballerinas and schoolgirl innocence, Antonoff’s garments are always smartly tailored and include vintage-inspired detailing. Rachel counts her family and friends among her inspirations, and often names her pieces after them.
Milan, ItalySUPER, by RETROSUPERFUTURE, ignited the phenomenon of acetate sunglasses made in multiple color graduations. Super is the first brand to produce a complete range of colorful fashion sunglasses combining these characteristics together with a very high quality manufacturing process. SUPER sunglasses are made to the highest possible standards, hand made in Italy by the best manufacturers and with the best materials. For this reason, SUPER also decided to adopt ZEISS lenses, which guarantee an extremely high level of protection to the eyes in all conditions.
Brooklyn, NY Silva/Bradshaw is a multi-disciplinary design studio founded in 2010 by artist/designers Matthew Bradshaw and Sergio Silva. Long time collaborators, they met while studying Industrial Design. From their studio in Brooklyn they design and produce conceptually driven objects, informed by a shared passion for technology and materials.
Canada 18 Waits is a lifestyle inspired by joie de vivre and an appreciation of the finer things. Having an old European mentality, it adheres just as much to Parisian cafés as it does to old English pubs, wood cabins by the lake, old upright pianos, poetry, and 1970s rock and roll. The clothes are built well from fine fabrics with no detail overlooked, meant to be worn well, enjoyed, loved, and destroyed.
West Glacier, Montana
The West is Dead is the collaboration of two friends who met while working in the
woods of northern Montana. Concerned for the dying tradition of American craftsmanship we started a small clothing line all handmade in the USA. Each garment is designed and built with emphasis on functional construction, subtle styling and an obsession with using only the finest quality raw materials.
Sunny Sports was established in 2004 in Tokyo to create garments inspired by the culture of the American West Coast. Relaxed and easy going freestyle clothing, strongly focusing on the concept of a playful & basic style that you can wear for years.
Sunny Sports is a member of the “Keep Clean Beach Foundation“ in Japan and we donate a portion of sales to their fund, and produced mainly in Japan & in the USA.
Brooklyn, NY K/LLER COLLECTION is the fusion of designers Katie deGuzman and Michael Miller. The creators met at Parsons School of Design in NYC, where they studied furniture design. K/LLER fuses deconstruction and sculpture, decay and renewal, androgyny and femininity, sophistication and bohemia. It's about the juxtaposition of hard and soft, the dark side clashing with the sweet, and choosing vice over virtue. K/LLER is made in the U.S.A, most pieces in Katie and Michael’s Brooklyn studio.
London Launched in 2010, Charlotte Taylor’s first collection was a “mix of trashy grannies, penguins, old soap operas and the eccentric within”. Today, her collections are as equally eclectic with innovative designs being produced season after season. Characterised by strong tailoring, bold silhouettes and sculpted shapes - Charlotte's garments are canvases for vibrant colours, textures and irreverent prints. With a fun and relaxed style rarely seen in fashion, Charlotte Taylor is a breath of fresh air and a great way to add a touch of frivolity to your wardrobe.