Introducing Boboutic

Introducing Boboutic Conceptual knitwear  When we think knitwear, we often think of the garments that supplement an outfit rather statement pieces — the thin undershirt, the tights below a stunning dress, or the pullover sweater for an afternoon at home. Knitwear has been confined to essential, yet uneventful apparel. Boboutic’s mission rejects this quotidian notion of […]

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Inside | Out Vol. 2: Embroidery – The Craft of Two Hands

Historians may never know when embroidery first came into being, but it is safe to say that as long as people have been making clothes out of fiber, they have also been embroidering them. The sewing techniques people use to make, tailor, mend, or reinforce clothes also opens a world of possibilities to decorate and […]

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The Latest & Greatest from Paris: Monies Pearls

Monies UNIQUE Asymmetric 6 Pearl Necklace

Pearls are the only jewelry adornments that come from the Earth already fully formed; they require literally no human intervention to make them into otherworldly masterpieces. Their moonlight mist quality is both ephemeral and mesmerizing. While they reflect the light, sparkling a thousand colors at once, they also hold a shape that is so organic, […]

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Inside | Out Vol 1: Defining Quality Cashmere

Daniela Gregis Cashmere Turtleneck Sweater

Cashmere yarns are the fiber of choice for those passionate about soft and luxurious knitwear. This diamond of the knitwear world can only be found in a few specific regions: Mongolia, the Tibetan Plateau, and Kyrgyzstan. It comes from the domesticated goats that live in these high and dry grassland areas. Beneath their thick, coarse […]

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Denis Colomb Shawls

Denis Colomb Cashmere Atlas Nomad Scarf Rust/Dark Khaki/Ebonywood

Denis Colomb shawls are versatile in color and shape, made from Mongolian cashmere that has been hand spun and woven by artisans in Nepal. Organic colors are carefully and thoroughly developed by Denis Colomb for months; the results are refined hues of browns, beige, rust, blues, and a range of greys. These soulful and earthly […]

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Gilda Midani Resort 2018

Gilda Midani Organdy Pattern Dyed Oversized Dress in Grey Stain

Gilda Midani clothing is freeing and full of personality; it is comfort disguised as elegant, artistic, and lively. The Resort 2018 collection has arrived and is available online and in-store at Workshop. Deep sea blue, pale pink, sky blue, and apricot are uniquely hand-dyed on natural cotton and linen. Bold stripes with detailed rough edges, […]

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Rundholz Black Label Fall/Winter 2017

Rundholz Black Label Fall/Winter 2017 has arrived and is available online in-store at Workshop. The collection stays true to Carsten and Lenka’s ability to create clothing that is both complex and simple as well as feminine and edgy. Solid color or simple print are swapped out for the new season. This collection’s palette is true […]

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The Etro Family and History

Etro Wool/Cashmere Rectangle Paisley Scarf in Blue/Red | Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop

In 1968, Etro began as a textile design company started by Gimmo Etro. Since 1958, he studied the fascinating patterns on textiles, shawls, and scarves he had encountered during his many travels to different countries. After 50 years, the brand has expanded to include both men and women ready-to-wear, leather and home goods, textiles, and […]

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Sacai designer Chitose Abe’s Process

Sacai Cotton Denim Back Pleated Shirt in Blue | Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop

Before Sacai From a young age, Chitose Abe had been interested in fashion. However, growing up in a small village, this had given her nicknames such as “bizarre girl.” At times her own mother did not wish to accompany her for errands. After seeing

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Greg Laruen Fall/Winter 2017

Greg Lauren Army Tent & Antique Linen Kimono Jacket in Army Green | Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop

A new collection of nomadic yet urban, nostalgic yet modern, and distressed yet entirely functional clothing from designer Greg Lauren is now available in Workshop. Cowboy flannel, military tent fabrics, and soft sherpa all are crafted into his iconic artisanal and deconstructed style. While each piece has a rugged and avant-garde aesthetic, all have a […]

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Péro by Aneeth Arora

Péro Embroidered Cotton with Tassels and Bells Tote Navy

Detailed hand stitchery, crochet flowers, beads, and embroidered hearts are special details often added to Péro clothing. This season drew inspiration from cultures across the world, specifically Latin America and indigenous minorities of China. Aneeth Arora’s thought process was recorded in a journal she kept; it was filled with pictures, pocket maps, tickets, stamps, notes, and […]

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Raquel Allegra Fall/Winter 2017

Raquel Allegra Velvet/Sheer Relaxed Shirt in Ink Blue

Raquel Allegra was born in Berkeley, California to artisan parents who encouraged creative experimentation. Today, this process of constantly evolving of techniques and materials is continued on in her eponymous clothing label. Shredded and deconstructed from the beginning, her clothing remains true in her casual, laid-back style. Unique and experimental tie-dying is frequently used, which […]

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Etro Fall/Winter 2017

Etro Embroidered Sheer Bird Print Scarf in Black

A journey of East Meets West is the new Etro Fall/Winter 2017 collection. It is an extravagant compilation of bright and bold colors in a variety of prints—which is nothing less than expected. Bold in their own right, all pieces can be a centerpiece or layered into a “color explosion” as styled on the runway. […]

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Oska Fall/Winter 2017

Oska Oversized Vernita Top in Granite

Some of the defining characteristics of all Oska clothing are versatile and subdued colors, lasting quality and timelessness, and approachable but expressive design. Each piece shows their focus on comfort with shapes allowing for daily movement and materials that give a pleasant feel for the wearer. Our latest Oska shipment from the Fall/Winter 2017 collection […]

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Pippa Small Introduction

Pippa Small Portrait | Santa Fe Dry Goods & Workshop

Pippa Small jewelry is now available at Santa Fe Dry Goods with several 18K gold rings with stones. Pippa has been inspired since a young age by nature when collecting pebbles and shells while wandering Northern Quebec where she was born. Her influences were also defined by her traveling to Africa, India, and Middle East […]

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