Mr. Larkin creates fashion with a focus on ethics, origin and craft. Simply put, they produce good fashion in a good way. Based in both the US and Copenhagen. With inspiration built from the clean lines of Scandinavian design and the craft and nostalgia of fashion’s past, the Mr. Larkin universe stands in a very specific place between raw beauty and clean silhouette.
Thisispaper, based in Poland, values timeless over trendy, few over many and plain over fancy. They make and collect items that are lasting, sustainable and well-designed, which they believe should be a norm, not luxury. Follow Thisispaper for the most beautiful bags, backpacks and leather goods, all handmade by a small and passionate team at their Warsaw studio.
Certified Fairtrade organic fashion that is ethically and sustainably produced from seed to garment. Kowtow only uses 100% organic and fair trade cotton to make their collection of classic fashion silhouettes.
Follow Titania Inglisfor some 'stylish dressing as a guiltless pleasure'. Each garment is sewn in a small, family-owned factory in New York. Titania uses high-quality, low-impact fabrics including Japanese organic cotton, Italian vegetable-tanned leather and dead stock wool from the local garment industry.
At Daniel Silverstein, the collection aesthetic is informed by Daniel’s zero fabric waste design technique. Using a unique draping technique, Daniel keeps fabric waste close to zero. 'Spine' details and special embellishments wrap around the body to use the full yardage of fabric put into each piece.