The Catron Building: A Historic Life on the Plaza

For over a hundred years, the Catron Building has sat on our storied corner of the Santa Fe Plaza, where it has championed the pursuit of retail and ready-to-wear for a dynamic local and traveled clientele. Constructed in 1891, the building has been home to several businesses that have impacted the facade and interiors of […]

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Marsèll: The Sacco Piccolo

Is there anything sweeter than a mini bag? The best come in a range of delectable colors, exemplified through Marsèll’s Sacco Piccolo. They are not assuming, not flashy – not the star of the show, but certainly not a background character, and perfect to toss a wallet and a phone into on the way to […]

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Frenckenberger: An Earthly Simplicity

To establish the fall wardrobe, simplicity is key. An ideal foundation is built with classic boots, soft denim and of course, Frenckenberger’s sumptuous knits ready to be layered. A Swiss luxury brand known for their cashmere, the label is the creative union of Terry-Ann Frencken’s twenty years working alongside Rick Owens, and Nathalie Schönenberger’s vast […]

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Introducing: Marian Maurer

Marian Maurer, a New York City-based jeweler, asserts that the best approach to adornment is one that is handmade. The artist’s touch imparts an intimacy and warmth within each piece that cannot be replicated by a machine. This is emphatically true for her self-named collection, wherein she hand selects ethically-sourced gemstones to be set in […]

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Trippen: Bold Boots

Woodsy aesthetics meet high-rise style in Trippen’s boot selection for fall, wherein balmoral influences contrast with avant-garde silhouettes. Suited for both the streets of New York and the peaks of Skye, the silhouettes are striking, but not without their subtleties. Delicate stitching, expert seams and organic pleats are as important to the designs as the […]

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Wommelsdorff: Clouds of Cashmere

In a world where cashmere is available from so many brands, it’s encouraging to see a designer such as Anne Schramm of Wommelsdorff make the fabric stand out by foregoing machine production and creating hand knit cashmere garments. Gaining her early career experience by working for multiple high-end designer brands, Anne founded Wommelsdorff in 2008, […]

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Black Label & DIP: Rundholz in Harmony

The crossover between the three Rundholz lines may not be immediately obvious – designers Carsten and Lenka Rundholz certainly work diligently to ensure that each is distinct. Yet, as their philosophy has dictated for over 20 years, the lines blend together seamlessly both season to season and across Main Line, Black Label and DIP. Combining […]

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Maison de Vacances: Soft Goods for the Modern Home

Maison de Vacances began with the motto, “dress your house as you like to dress.” This philosophy, and the connection to personal style, is readily apparent within their offerings where they create a wide range of pillows, bedding and throws to complement the modern home. Cotton velvet, nubby linen and elegant jacquard reign supreme here […]

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Corîu: Arte della Borsetta

When considering the everyday handbag, silhouette, style and soul are top of mind. In this arena, Corîu’s work stands alone. They present collection after collection of pieces that are not only classic, but structurally and sculpturally beautiful. Each bag represents a legacy of dedicated craftsmanship – designer Giordano Lapegna’s roots in the leather industry date […]

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Boboutic: Intellectual Cashmere

Founded over twenty years ago by designers Michel Bergamo and Cristina Zamagni, Boboutic was created with the goal of translating their everyday experiences in Firenze into knitwear. Combining traditional knit and stitching techniques with intellectual textile research, they have achieved an unmatched collection of coats and sweaters with a marshmallow-like softness, owing to the high […]

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Christopher Duncan: La Vida Luna

“I spent much of spring sleeping under the light of the moon,” says Christopher Duncan when thinking of his creative process while making his Luna collection. Life was, and is, still quiet in New Zealand, where he lives among the tall pines of the coast. It was there that he found inspiration in antique Japanese silk and […]

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Introducing: Mallary Marks

Mallary Marks, a New York based jeweler trained at the renowned Rhode Island School of Art and Design, has a special knack for teasing out the best properties within precious gems. To Mallary, pure shapes are the only way to go. Focusing primarily on beads and the silhouettes created when hung together, her work is […]

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Uma Wang: F/W 22

For fall, Uma Wang looked to disparate cultural symbols and a wide range of ultra-tactile fabrics to construct her motif-blending collection. Donning wide-brimmed hats and broad-strapped bags, her models exhibit her unique and sumptuous designs in a nod to the idyllic rancher – an earthy, nostalgic aesthetic in stimulating textures and muted tones. Looking ahead […]

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Malfatti: Cocktail Hour

Malfatti, translating to “misshapen” in Italian, is not just a glassware studio, but a physical expression of creativity. Named for a type of hand-rolled dumpling, this distinct collection was a collaboration between Daniel Spitzer, a former Chihuly glassblower, and Jill Reynolds, an award-winning visual artist and flameworker. Each unique glass is shaped freely using only […]

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Corîu: Maroquinerie

Corîu portrays its influences through expertly crafted leather handbags that evoke a nostalgic trip to the idyllic Italian countryside. The art of “maroquinerie,” Italian for “leather making,” is, both literally and symbolically, in Corîu’s blood. The brand was founded in 2019 by Giordano Lapegna. With his own background as a creative mind and designer for […]

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Hania: Cashmere as Canvas

When admiring Hania’s plush cashmere, sourced from the renowned Todd & Duncan mill in Scotland, the palettes of great artists echo from the yarns. Their knits are steeped in Kandinsky‘s saturated marigold, Matisse‘s fiery harissa, Monet‘s royal blue, Cezanne‘s olive green and O’Keefe‘s soft pink. Just as these masters harnessed their hues from the landscapes […]

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Gilda Midani: F/W 22

For Fall, Gilda has dived into palettes both new and familiar. Steel Planet swims in copper and silver tones. Golden Diamond is a splash of bronze and black set against cream. Nighttime ocean waters lap the shore in her expression of Aquamarine. Understanding that freedom in both form and feeling mean different things to different people, Gilda Midani […]

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Péro: The Moonlit Garden

From whimsical, handmade details to head-turning prints and palettes, Péro steeps every stitch with a playful, but refined, creativity. For fall, they have returned to the garden with rich, exciting florals contrasted against monochrome houndstooth, stripes and nostalgic checks. Both sumptuous knits and cut-and-sewn silks are stitched with an attention to detail. Designer Aneeth Auroroa […]

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Rundholz DIP: Fashion Meets Modern Art

In 2004 Carsten and Lenka Rundholz branched out from their main Rundholz line into the world of dip-dye and modern art as fashion. Created in collaboration with Japanese dye artists, Rundholz DIP was born as a natural evolution of the duo’s already avant garde ready-to-wear. With experiments conducted in Carsten’s countryside studio, DIP’s swinging silhouettes […]

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Pierre-Louis Mascia: Ran

For FW22, Pierre-Louis Mascia titled his collection Ran — a word that translates to both “chaos” and “battle” in Japanese. Inspired by the Akira Kurosawa film of the same name, Pierre-Louis describes his own battle as “for the survival of beauty.” Working in his chosen medium of brightly patterned silk and cashmere, he defines the wardrobe of […]

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Laurie Goldstein: The Artist's Table

To Laurie Goldstein, the artist’s table is one to be admired – its pieces do not come together easily. Instead they are found, collected, gathered one by one over a lifetime. The disparate shapes tell a story that brings us together, celebrating the perfect imperfections and idiosyncrasies that create a favorite gathering. Laurie Goldstein’s collection […]

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Album di Famiglia: Seasonal Simplicity

Prizing pure fabrics in soft finishes, Album di Famiglia’s fall collection is guided by their core principle: simplicity. Oversized button coats, soft draping turtlenecks and straight leg drawstring pants define the delivery’s silhouettes – each pleasant on their own but divinely textured when layered together. A family affair consisting of designer Monica Rusconi and her […]

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Astier de Villatte: A Parisian Classic

Distilling the aesthetics of the French countryside is deceptively challenging. The look is austere but not stuffy, humble but not ordinary, antique and yet completely modern. Benoît Astier de Villatte and Ivan Pericoli accept this challenge with relish – a Parisian legacy of artisanal, handmade ceramics apparent within every piece they make. Cast against this […]

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Campomaggi: Classic Italian Leather

In Teodorano, Italy, the place of Marco Campomaggi’s birth, everything is made by hand: doors, clothing, tableware and, of particular note, leather goods. This appreciation of craftsmanship is alive and well within each Campomaggi handbag – the sumptuous leather and brass accents a celebration of the maker’s touch. In several styles, hundreds of delicate cutouts […]

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