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Lainey Keogh: An Heirloom Piece

Lainey Keogh’s knitwear is extraordinary in every facet. From concept to color to execution, her pieces excel in both form and function. In this way, her Embroidered Cardigan in Dark Navy is a piece for the ages. Sumptuously knit and lovingly embroidered, the silhouette and detailing of this piece make it deeply classic. The color […]

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Lainey Keogh: Fans, Fame & Fortune

Affectionately referred to as a “spinner of dreams”, Lainey Keogh’s dedication to craft and creative philosophy makes her one of the most beloved names in contemporary knitwear. Celebrities and working professionals alike swear by her pieces, with names on the list including Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Onassis, Charlize Theron and Naomi Campbell. Lainey, the driving force behind […]

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Mum's Garden

“We draw most of our colour inspiration from nature, and the rainbow body of light. We have over the years developed a huge colour library of cashmere yarns. Some of which we have drawn from the great cashmere mills and others we have created with their laboratories where we have sent all kinds of colour references including blooming plants from my mum’s garden.”

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Gilda's Ikat Jungle

Deeply creative Gilda Midani is no stranger to all manner of dyeing techniques. They are signature to her brand and infuse every piece with an unstoppable amount of joy. From Indonesian beeswax batik to Japanese Shibori, her techniques are sourced globally and employed in new and exciting ways. With her fondness for exploring twists on traditional craft, it’s no surprise to find the intricacy and depth of Ikat dyeing sprinkled throughout her 2020 collections.

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About Rianna + Nina

Rianna Nektaria Kounou and Nina Knaudt met by chance at a vintage furniture fair.  For twenty years Rianna had been the face of high quality and rare vintage pieces in Greece, collaborating with magazines and celebrities and consistently surprising clients with an amazingly detailed knowledge of fashion through the decades. She had spearheaded two wildly […]

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How to Wear Magenta

When looking forward to the hot days of summer, we always find ourselves drawn to a palette of color that matches the joy and exuberance we feel internally. In this hunt for joy, deep pinks and magentas always spring to the front of our attention.

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An Interview with Monica Rusconi

This month we took the time to speak to accomplished Italian designer and part-time poet, Monica Rusconi. Alongside her siblings, Monica began Album di Famiglia in 2000 with the intention of designing a line of easy clothing that facilitates an unmatched joy in living. This year, they celebrate their 20th anniversary. Your designs are often […]

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Cave 85, detail of wall painting of musicians, Late Tang dynasty (848–907 CE). Mogao Grottoes, Dunhuang, China. Courtesy the Dunhuang Academy

Uma Wang: Mystery and a Sense of Exploration

“I didn’t plan the Pompeii series on purpose. I visited the ruins during a vacation without expecting to feel the power of this experience. When I saw a big family’s ruined all in Pompeii, it looked surprisingly similar to oriental architecture. The color of the wall, weathered by time, looked similar to walls from the Tang Dynasty.”

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Astier de Villatte: Porte des Lilas

As if awakening from a dream, Astier de Villatte’s scents evoke the haziest of memories through their complex perfuming and design. Astier’s candles are the result of a fruitful collaboration between renowned designers and the best of the perfuming world.

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An Evolution of Tradition: Lika's Family Story

Lika Behar’s work is the result of years of jeweler’s tradition, baked into the foundation of her family’s heritage. As a child she would wander the teeming throng of the Grand Bazaar in central Istanbul, enamored by the symphony of colors and smells.

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Boro: Repurposing the Past

Boro, a centuries old Japanese handicraft, is the practice of layering, patching and mending textiles together. In their reuse, these garments are the epitome of utility and sustainability.  Cotton can be difficult to grow in Japan, particularly in the north where the tradition is focused. By repurposing existing material, the practice of Boro came about not […]

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Why Earthy Brown?

Even in the most urban of settings, our eyes crave the richness of soil. Anthropologically the color symbolizes fertility and growth; the promise of a future harvest. Entire civilizations have been built upon the presence of lush earth. It is no surprise that we are drawn to the depth of earthy brown in all areas […]

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Ram Rijal Ring

One-of-a-Kind: Ram Rijal

Ram Rijal, a London-based goldsmith, crafts modern, unique jewelry inspired by ancient design. Having gotten his start working for Pippa Small, Ram worked for many jewelry designers before striking out on his own.

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Jewelry: History's Oldest Token of Celebration

Jewelry has always been of symbol of affection. Since the beginning of time, it has been used to decorate and elevate the wearer. It has also been a token of great affection or memories in the form of something small and enduring. Often given as people take stock of a transition in life, an accomplishment, […]

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Uma Wang and Maria Lai: Connecting Texture and Familiarity

Uma Wang, renowned for founding one of China’s first international labels, draws inspiration from a treasure trove of art and history. In particular, she has been outspoken on the influence of Maria Lai, a Sardinian artist known for her broad work connecting textiles and literature. During her sixty year career, Maria Lai created artwork inspired […]

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Mieko Mintz: Light & Bright

Mieko Mintz’s commitment to sustainability permeates everything she creates. From recycling vintage sari fabrics to carrying on the South Asian tradition of Kantha, Mieko is dedicated to longevity in every form.

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Horisaki: Controlled Burn

Horisaki Design & Handel create handmade pieces ranging from wide brim fedoras to stylized caps… often subjected to their signature controlled burn. Founded by husband and wife, Makoto and Karin Horisaki, the company is tucked deep in the forests of Sweden. Their Småland workshop is dedicated to carrying on traditional millinery techniques in the way […]

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Henrik Vibskov: Simultaneously Classic & Daring

Danish designer Henrik Vibskov is a creative jack-of-all-trades. From drumming to designing, everything he creates drips with innovation. For his Spring/Summer 2020 collection, traditional patterns blend effortlessly with asymmetrical cuts and fun silhouettes for a look that is simultaneously classic and daring.

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How Leather Bags are Woven

Leather bags, like the ones offered by Massimo Palomba, are a delight to have and to hold. The supple texture, beautiful color and superior craftsmanship create an accessory that will stand the test of time, stylistically and literally. In warmer weather, we look forward to the basket weave of summer handbags. While admiring the delicate […]

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TEA TIME

There is love, there is labor, there’s also time – the essential ingredient of péro-making, not unlike making tea. For their tea time, Péro brought in their local chai wale bhaiya Ram Sumer Ji to create his flavourful cup of tea with ginger and hand-ground spices. In honor of Péro we would like to share […]

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Rundholz Black Label SS20: Visions of Summer

In the latest delivery of Rundholz Black Label, softly pleated shirts and dresses deliver visions of summer, whether in the islands or the city. Above all, the fresh take on pleats nods to Japanese design and creates an unmatched flexibility in the style.

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Exuberant Expressionism

As Spring rekindles creativity in Santa Fe, we explored the intersection where art meets summer classics. Washed silks and cottons from Daniela Gregis and hand-painted linens from Replika add a splash of color.

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Greig Porter Grasshopper Turquoise Ring

One-of-a-Kind: Greig Porter

To be one-of-a-kind is to have an undeniable rarity. Often, it has a central material that demands a unique and entirely specific design approach by the artist. It is unequaled, unprecedented and unlikely to be found or seen in the same form again.

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Earth Day 2020: alley of the Gods, Bears Ear National Monument, Utah

Earth Day 2020

Some mornings we look out our window to find it sunny and beautiful, others we admire the clouds rolling in over the Sangre de Cristos. Here in Santa Fe, there is no shortage of earthly beauty; one of our favorite things about basing our stores and lives here. However, on this 50 Year Earth Day […]

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