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New In... MIISTA

East London label Miista celebrate opposites with deliberate juxtapose; embodying an elegant balance.

Designed in East London and handmade in Spain.

Permanent Vacation

PROJECT 23
Studies in Harmony

An ongoing Project series exploring design as an expression of sentiment.

The Coat & Blazer Edit

Carhartt WIP

NEW ARRIVALS

DUNST KOREA

Seoul based Dunst are a loose collective of like minded creatives credentialled across disciplines ranging from Architecture, to Photography & Graphic Design. Not content with ‘staying in their lanes’ the melting pot of ideas has afforded the label a unique perspective of the creative process and a parochial following. The result; a collection of understated and elevated modern staples that stand alone.

ARCS LONDON

Alice Carvill is driven by a desire to create product defined not only by aesthetic & longevity, but most importantly its impact on the planet. Her unwavering approach to marrying recycled polyesters and new technologies is redefining what a ‘synthetic’ fabric really is, and its importance to our future. Bridging the gap between streetwear and fine tailoring, ARCS is a fully modular wardrobe, where every item holds a place.

'hard hitting clothing for hard hitting women'

W'MENSWEAR

The Jewellery Edit

JOYE JEWELLERY / MEADOWLARK / MARIA BLACK / GOTTLOB WORLD / PSEUSHI

Howlin's Good Vibes
American Vintage
Kowtow
Dunst

THE KNITWEAR EDIT

A.P.C.

Founded by Jean Touitou in 1987, A.P.C. is renowned worldwide for the creativity, authenticity and durability of its products. The label is embodiment of Jean & his co-creator, wife Judith. Deliberately understated in its aesthetic focusing on easy-to-wear clothing & timeless styles made from high-quality materials, whether that be everyday denim or premium leather goods. If you have ever owned an A.P.C. piece you'll know.

KOWTOW

Kowtow's 17-year journey has been fuelled by a deep sense of purpose - to eliminate all plastic from their clothing. Believing strongly in a future where fashion harmonises with the planet and people, they continue to go beyond industry norms and find natural alternatives throughout the production line. No waffle, just good people making incredible product, and doing what feels right.

DANTON

Originating in Chartres-sur-Cher in 1935, supplying overalls, cookwear and aprons, Danton's workwear later became synonymous with French railway workers through the 70's and 80's. Today their iconic diamond-logo lives on in it's new home of Japan, creating unisex workwear garments with the same boxy silhouettes and quality of manufacture that has been a trademark of the label throughout its lifetime.

Gramicci. Original Freedom

STORA SKUGGAN

It happened many seasons ago. Of course to explain it you would have to be here. We had all been used to only the same smells, the same architecture. Until the monsoon came. At first we were weary. What did she want with us? But then we became dizzy. The allure became a way of living. Without it we were dust. Stora Kuggan, feeding your mind invisible messages by volatile molecules.

BASERANGE

Simple pieces that stand the test of time... Since 2012 Baserange has maintained this ethos as the factor which guides all decisions. With an emphasis on clean lines and easy silhouettes. The company works closely with innovative vendors to develop high quality textiles from both natural fibres and recycled content.

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