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Sh*t that I knit
Sh*t That I Knit strives to create high-quality knitwear and accessories that make you feel good. Materials are sustainably sourced and products are handmade by women in Peru who are working mom earning a fair wage.
Graf Lantz is a unique collection of wool, leather and canvas collections on a casual mission to elevate and inspire. German precision, Japanese perspective and California soul form a trio of influence for a cross-category range of products working under the radar for maximum subtlety and lingering impact. Every piece begins and ends in Los Angeles, hand-built by an outstanding team of craftsmen.
Sarah Stewart is a handmade luxury lifestyle clothing and accessory brand that is balanced between modern luxury and bohemian wear.
The name Alashan refers to an area of western Inner Mongolia Province, China. The Alashan region, through a combination of climactic, geographic and dietary conditions, is the literal home to the world’s finest cashmere and camel hair. During each fiber collection season, the goats and camels from this region produce the most highly sought after fiber in all of China. Many producers seek to add Alashan cashmere and camel hair to their product lines. The garments, knit or woven, that are made from Alashan fiber have an unrivaled handle and softness.
Neelah Cashmere is a boutique producer of the finest cashmere blankets, sweaters, and accessories available. The clean modern styling, stunning sophisticated colors and subtle detailing of Neelah products allows the supreme quality of our select Mongolian cashmere yarn to take center stage. All Neelah cashmere products are produced in Kathmandu, Nepal in limited quantities by Nepalese craftspeople. The remarkable softness and warmth of our textiles is an unmistakable hallmark of every Neelah cashmere product.
See Design began as Donna Gormanʼs vision combining her love of pattern, her passion for travel, and her pursuit of beauty in accessible, everyday objects. She custom prints her colorful, hand painted patterns in India and has them sewn into basic designed lifestyle products. Simple cotton voile shirts and sarongs are decorated with her original designs. The collection also features heavyweight cotton canvas accessories and pillow covers. Patterns can easily be mixed and matched to create interesting combinations and color stories.