Happy New Year!

Dear Clients, Friends & Partners, 2022 was all about expanding our world – reestablishing our relationships with vendors shut down during COVID, solidifying our small team of dreamers and doers and reconnecting with our clients and friends who finally returned to Santa Fe this year. We have many things to be grateful for, but among […]

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Monies: The Pearl Era

First recorded by a Chinese historian in 2,206 BCE, pearls have sparked global fascination since their discovery. In ancient Rome, pearls were deemed more valuable than diamonds. In Monies’ pearl collection, the Danish jewelers exalt the gem’s singularity with an exploration of antithetical principles: Baroque and contemporary, fluid and fixed, pragmatic and sensual. In a […]

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Avant Toi: The Creativity of Color

In the darkness of winter, Avant Toi delivers a spark of light across silk. Their creative director, Mirko Ghignone, is described as a “paramour of the force of color.” Within each collection, he champions the magnetic nature of hue – using every shade of the rainbow to set the mood for modern style. The colors […]

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Pamela Adger: The Personal Collection

Throughout her life, Pamela Adger was a messenger. She communicated many arcane truths through not only her artwork, but also through her sheer presence. After her passing in 2021, we were left contemplating what a future might look like without her. Would others be able to capture her beauty, her light, her gentle way of […]

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Sabina Savage: Illustrations from the Archive

A peek into the illustrations of Sabina Savage reveals a world of wonder. Each season, the British designer chronicles a new book of stories – depicting tales of great explorers, royal intrigue and medieval beasts in silk and cashmere. While we excitedly look forward to the mythicism she will spin next, her existing body of […]

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Daniela Gregis: Foresta, Bosco, Abete

In her third Fall/ Winter delivery, Daniela Gregis is again exploring the inspiration of landscape. In particular, she seems drawn to ancient oak forests caught in the snow globe of December. All things bark, branch and bliss define this earthy collection – a natural extension of her interest in the Italian Apennines earlier this season. […]

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Alonpi Cashmere: a Lifestyle of Ease

There are a lot of things that draw us to cashmere – its downy texture, fine finish and exceptional wearability are just a few of the reasons it is a recurring winter favorite. In this realm of softness, Alonpi rises above the rest. The textile source for premier luxury houses around the world, such as […]

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Sia Taylor: The Poetry of Gold

In the velvet dark of the Somerset countryside, Sia Taylor quietly approaches her craft. This work, delicate fine jewelry, is influenced by the ephemeral sensations of the earth – wind through trembling aspen leaves, the last rays of sunlight caught before nightfall, a subtle twinkling of far-away stars. With each earring and necklace, Sia translates […]

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Kaval: A Harmony Handmade

On their journey to create clothes that will be cherished for a lifetime, Kaval has accessed a level of personal style only available to those deep within the realm of the handmade. Small details, such as the top stitching on a shirt or the gathering of a dress, illuminate the “soul” of a piece – […]

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Gilda Midani: First Resort Delivery

In the Parque Estadual Serra do Aracá, the jungle is mystical. It stretches in all directions, a tangle of green beset by nature’s order.  Clear streams cut between the trees and spill into the wide vein of the Rio Negro, a large tributary of the Amazon river. Here, tucked between towering cacao trees and sun-soaked […]

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Christiane Perrochon: The Disciplined Ceramicist

From her beginnings at the illustrious Ecole des Beaux-Arts to her time teaching at the International School of Geneva, Christiane Perrochon has carefully honed her craft to be a marriage of scientific insight and creative prowess. The fruit of many years of personal research into global ceramics techniques, her work is duly informed by her […]

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Daniela Gregis: Holiday Style

Holiday style is about dressing to enjoy yourself and those around you. The foundation, ideally composed of comfortable layers that emanate charm, optimism and a spark of personality, pave the way for special moments to come. Daniela Gregis believes in the tactile power of soft, textural separates. Her modern designs are empowered through thoughtful details […]

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Antonio Marras & Anaconda: The Value of Time

Vintage and antique offer a romance unlike any other. Delicate, opulent designs conjure up flavors of the past – small treasures that link us to the nostalgia of memory. In this way, the works of Antonio Marras, a Sardinian clothing designer, and Monica Rossi, a specialty Milanese jeweler, capture a preciousness otherwise unavailable in the […]

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Introducing: TENTHOUSANDTHINGS

Selecting a piece of jewelry can be a daringly intimate pursuit – it often feels as if the precious metals and stones of a favorite necklace or earring are a reflection of our deepest selves. With an obsessive, treasure-like approach to gems and their presentation, New York-based Tenthousandthings excels in this vocation – creating meticulously […]

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Maison de Vacances: A Landscape of Texture

Whether placing French velvet cushions on the settee or draping an Italian cashmere blanket across the back of a favorite reading chair, one element comes first to mind: texture. While color and tone define the overall mood of a room, the true soft goods experience is characterized by the way a piece feels. It is […]

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Wommelsdorff: A Dedication to Craft

A Wommelsdorff sweater is enticing because of its simplicity – designer Anne Schramm prides the label on presenting uncomplicated, but exquisite cashmere made for the everyday wardrobe. Her team’s use of classic crochet techniques creates a plush network of textures that can only be found within the handmade. There is certainly a nostalgia component to […]

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Marsèll: Style & Ease

The intersection of form and function is where Marsèll is most inspired – creating a collection that is as equally defined by its sculptural accents as it is by its utilitarian details. Their fine leathers are notoriously light, making their shoes a breeze to slip on and go. This same consideration for ease of wear […]

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Astier de Villatte: The Resonant Aesthetics of French Antiquity

Memories are made around the table. Jokes, conversation, the spilling of raspberry jam on white linens – a shocked pause met with the relief of raucous laughter. This connection of meals and memory are part of what makes Astier de Villatte’s works so resonant – each piece feels as if it’s been plucked from a […]

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Pippa Small: The Traveler's Jewelry Box

London-based jeweler Pippa Small believes that every stone has a story to tell. In her handmade fine jewelry, she lets these stories take center stage – each a unique imprint of the stone’s place of origin, such as fiery Brazilian kyanite or dulcet Pakistani aquamarine. Her charms feel distinctive and personal, as if they were […]

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Dries Van Noten: Modern Nostalgia

In his latest delivery for fall and winter, Dries Van Noten’s expertise is on full display. Titled Nostalgia del Futuro, or literally “Nostalgia of the Future,” this collection explores the timelessness of high fashion, blending together retro, modern and futurist aesthetics through the strong silhouettes and exceptional tailoring Dries Van Noten is known for. Each […]

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The Rustic & Refined Table of Stamperia Bertozzi

Glazed in their inviting Bruno color, Stamperia Bertozzi’s dishware embodies the warmth so craved for in chilly weather. The lovely tone flows from yellow to orange to tan, exemplifying the organic, seasonally-charged palette inherent to handmade ceramic.  Bruno simultaneously mimics the changing leaves of the trees, the pop and crackle of a fireplace and the cheery allure of […]

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Rianna + Nina: Visual Storytelling

We’re lucky to say when working with handcrafted fashion, joy is found in every stitch. Rianna + Nina, in particular, is one of our favorites to photograph: the colors, uniquity and overall artistry of their work provides an endless well of inspiration for us to explore and experiment with. We typically start by building a […]

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Avant Toi: A Journey in Color

Despite their reputation for avant garde styling and exceptional cashmere, Avant Toi’s true strength lies in their experimentations with color. Their palette takes many forms, and is often inspired by creative travels around the world. Based on both the method of application and the layering of under-dyes in the garment, Avant Toi’s colors stretch across […]

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Monies Citrine & Quartz: One of a Kind

The organic personality of a gemstone is difficult, and sometimes impossible, to replicate – to be truthful, it is part of what makes certain stones their own work of art. Charming imperfections, undulating color and structural composition meld into a character unique to each stone. Preserving the natural magnetism of these materials is paramount for […]

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