IFAM Speaker Series: Not To Be Missed

In celebration of the 20th edition of the International Folk Art Market (IFAM), the annual speakers series takes its cue from the broad Indigenous worldview that time is cyclical and circular. In this context, a non-linear approach will be used to simultaneously discuss the past, present and future of folk art.

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Beauty of the Senses: In Conversation with Kaval

Every piece is of Kaval is made in their small factory located in Tochigi, Japan, where they weave and dye their own fabric. Over time, Kaval has mastered the use of ancestral Japanese indigo (Persicaria Tinctoria) to dye and create pieces with a true artisanal artistry.

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All About Beryls

The beryl family includes some of the world’s most beloved gemstones. Here, we explore the rich history of beryls and their captivating brilliance. Both aquamarines and emeralds belong to the beryl family, however, it does not stop there.

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Surefire Style

Forme d’Expression is lauded for the close relationship between garment and wearer. The textiles used are lightweight and soft against the skin, making them an easy choice for those who prefer a one-and-done approach to dressing. These works have been highly anticipated within our stores for not only their precise, thoughtful design, but also for […]

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Escape to Salamanca

In researching the traditions of cocktails, mocktails, and finding inspiration in the outdoor spaces of the world, we stumbled upon Salamanca – an old world Spanish city settled over 2700 years ago. Here, citrus gardens cast shade across tiled patios, fountains bubble quietly among the oleander and terracotta pots spill over with summer blooms. Each […]

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Everyday Essentials

Presenting new denim from R13, Moussy and RE/DONE. Choosing the perfect jean is as personal as it is arduous. While some love nothing more than a form-hugging skinny, others prefer the room-to-move freedom of a boyfriend cut. There are a dozen concerns when choosing your own perfect pair – whether it gaps at the waist […]

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Woven Air

Injiri Spring/ Summer 2024. Through designer Chinar Farooqui’s intense base of knowledge, we explore the traditional Indian weaving and embroidery techniques found in her collection. By combining folk influences and hand-looming with her experience in high-taste design, Chinar shares the story of India’s past while simultaneously presenting its future. For designer Chinar Farooqui, the history […]

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Folk Arts of the Tutsi

New to Wild Life is a selection of handwoven baskets sourced from the Tutsi of Rwanda and Burundi. A pastoral community, the Tutsi are well known for their handmade, utilitarian objects, particularly carved wooden vessels and traditional basketry. Coil-sewn baskets such as these are known as agaseke or uduseke. Made by weaving together dried, natural […]

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Diamond Dust

Through sapphire, aquamarine and diamond, Yasuko Azuma considers nature’s ephemera as a source of inspiration. In her work, find aquamarines that dance in the light, hammered finishes akin to morning frost, and diamond studs like crystallized dew… How lovely, and rare, to find these most fleeting subtleties captured in gold. Yasuko Azuma’s penchant for design […]

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Beyond the Ordinary

Striking pearl & aquamarine jewelry from the one and only Monies studio. Part of this delivery includes pieces from Monies exclusive Mint collection – a range of pearl and tourmaline styles they describe as “honest and minimal.” Each contains divine aberrations native to the natural, untreated stones. Core to the offering are Monies’ signature baroque […]

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Mastering Shibui

AODress Spring/ Summer 2024. Inspired by the exquisite textile traditions of India, designers Mitsunori Ishimatsu and Miho Kuroda capture the Japanese concept of “shibui” – a term reserved for subdued, well-made goods. India, at its core, is a marvel of textile prowess. It is the source of world-renowned fabrics such as suvin cotton and khadi […]

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Poetry in Motion

An ode to spring’s beauty in Masnada’s latest delivery. Known for his drapery and form, designer Angelo Iannello meditates on nature’s presence in design, through abstracted floral prints, verdant green dyes and romantic, simplified silhouettes. The core of the collection is Angelo’s take on the kaftan – a selection of simple, elegant dresses rendered with […]

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Introducing: Forme D'Expression

For almost 20 years, Koeun Park has perfected the concept of restraint. Her label, Forme d’Expression (stylized as Forme 3’3204322896, inspired by the hexcode of the Helvetica Fractions font) is a showcase of this expertise. Informed by a storied career in couture, Koeun’s designs exemplify the needs of the modern wardrobe without getting caught up […]

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Unfamiliar Familiar

Dries Van Noten’s SS24 delivery centers around the concept of the “familiar unfamiliar…. things that you really know but are done in a complete upside-down, inside-out, special, strange way.” The storied Belgian designer muses on the idea as he presents a tangible challenge to the sedate notions of contemporary style and merges competing ideals: extravagant […]

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Dappled Sunlight

In Biyan Wanaatmadja’s spring collection, the storied Indonesian designer meditates and fascinates on the details: Florals made from thousands of individual stitches, silk organza cut to maximize its airiness on the form and beads sculpted and strung together to create delicately gilded bees… Through this union of specialty and splendor, Biyan perfectly captures the Japanese […]

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Flowers: Bridges to the Divine

India is a country full of flowers. Many have symbolic value and are seen as bridges to the divine. As a group, they are symbols of strength, purity, and generosity. And, with the love the center theme of Péro, Aneeth Aurora explores flower power in each collection with enthusiasm and delight. India is a country […]

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Introducing: Iris Von Arnim

Iris von Arnim designs laid-back and luxurious collections of high-quality knitwear and timeless ready-to-wear. Her hand-knit pieces have a soft shine that comes from expertly twisted yarns. Iris von Arnim has been designing her iconic line of high-quality knitwear and timeless ready-to-wear pieces for the past 48 years. Iris first discovered knitting in the hospital, […]

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Best in Classic Bags

The Row’s impeccable details shine most in their collection of handbags. Made with exceptional materials and understated elegance, these pieces have inner confidence and age beautifully. The Row’s commitment to uncompromising quality is apparent throughout the brand’s collection. Known for their exceptional materials, attention to detail and understated elegance, The Row’s approach to their handbags […]

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Pure Gold

A modern take on classical style, Lika Behar’s collection of pure gold jewelry is a herald of spring. A team of master jewelers use traditional methods of jewelry-making to hand fabricate each piece from Lika’s Istanbul atelier. Our latest delivery of fine gold jewelry from Lika Behar featuring colored gemstones and diamonds set in 22k […]

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Mýthos

From ancient Greek myths and legends, Sabina Savage shares the stories of three unlikely heroes — lion-hearted Pegasus, faithful Argos and gentle Delphinus. Carefully researched from ancient Greek art, pottery, poetry and literature, Sabina has beautifully rendered her new collection of wearable illustrations. With Mýthos, Sabina Savage brings tales of courage and bravery with a […]

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Exploring the Architecture of Shape

Sacai’s Spring Summer 24 collection needs no accessorizing, these pieces are the accessory. Designer Chitose Abe reimagines some of her signature pieces for summer. For Spring Summer 24, Sacai’s Chitose Abe leaned into shape. The pieces in this collection need no extra accessorizing – they are the accessory. Chitose embellishes the pieces in this collection with subtle […]

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The Texture of Time

Uma Wang’s latest collection takes us to the cobblestone streets and waterways of Venice, where this weekend the 60th iteration of the famed Venice Biennale opens. Built on more than 100 small islands in the Venetian lagoon, the city of Venice has drawn artists to its waterways for centuries. The residue of time is visible […]

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Introducing: Ziggy Chen

With a penchant for natural fibers and a lived-in patina, Shanghai-born designer Ziggy Chen feels the wearer’s comfort is his highest priority. Shanghai-born designer Ziggy Chen launched his namesake label in 2012 with the goal of crafting a line that blends modern elegance with practicality. After studying fashion in the early 1990s, Ziggy became a […]

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The Colors of Kew Gardens

Avant Toi’s newest collection tells the story of a colorful spring garden. SS24 takes inspiration from the ambiance of Victorian England and London’s Kew Gardens. The vibrant colors and floral motifs in Avant Toi’s designs mix the lushness of London’s Kew Gardens with the grittiness of city life. Avant Toi’s SS24 collection takes inspiration from […]

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