Perfect cashmere sweaters and knits made brilliantly well, made in the borders of Scotland and the west coast of Ireland. Using only the finest quality natural yarns. Linking and finishing every garment by hand.
A Peace Treaty
Trademark of the luxe adventuress, they venture to fascinating countries seeking out the most beautiful handmade techniques and their makers. They know exactly where to find the worlds most talented textile and jewelry masters, from the highest peaks of the Andes to Himalayan valleys to the deserts of South Asia. A Peace Treaty has worked with artisan workshops across ten countries. Each season, they create exquisite designs in New York City which evoke feelings of global opulence, revealing their obsession with art and culture. Being fancy nomads, they adore international luxury and are committed to creating designs and products that celebrate this. They have designed a vast library of prints and jewelry all made by hand with the utmost care and attention to detail. They see themselves as champions for slow fashion and preservationists of centuries-old techniques.
Designer collections for men and women in Hayes Valley, San Francisco. Progressive fashion at your fingertips. Acrimony (n.): distaste, distrust, and hatred of the conventional. The best, the coolest, and nothing else.
Ada's Attic Vintage
Premium vintage clothing. Vintage homeware and bedding.
Local fashion boutique based in the East of Glasgow, located on the bustling main street of Shettleston Road. They stock lots of fashionable, on trend and celebrity inspired dresses, shoes, bags and accessories. All items are carefully sourced and handpicked to ensure you stay unique and stand out from the crowd. The stock they sell isnt mass produced, giving you peace of mind that you wont end up with the same outfit as someone else.
An eclectic brand with a playful sensibility, using unique detailing and charming folk-like craftsmanship to create charismatic, modern keepsake collections.
Award winning independent women's clothing boutique nestled in the heart of Bristol on Cotham Hill just off Whiteladies Road. They pride themselves on stocking clothes for real women and they have fast become a one stop shopping destination for the fashion savvy 30 plus woman who loves fashion but isn't a slave to it. We understand that for the modern woman clothes, jewellery and accessories need to be practical and comfortable yet stylish and easy to wear during a busy day at work, commuting to business meetings, enjoying a night out or attending a wedding or other special occasion. Our women wear the clothes, the clothes don't wear them. Each item in their shop has been hand picked by owner Hemali Modha and has been chosen for its design, material, provenance and ethical policies. Brands stocked include Fever London, Ingenue London, Emily and Fin, Vero Moda, Masai Clothing, Azuni London, Mirabelle, Ayala Bar, Bill Skinner, and Owen Barry to name but a few. Join Amulet Loyalty Scheme and earn points with every purchase. Once your account reaches 5000 points theyll send you a voucher to spend on line or in the store.
British fashion label founded in 2009 by partners in crime Lucy Catherwood and Marie France. The two have been the strongest of allies, design partners and band mates since high school. Inspired by badass motorcycle gangs, secret sects and cults that ooze timeless cool. Hand printed entirely in eco-friendly inks and focusing on keeping the timeless staple that is the classic white t-shirt alive and fresh. The collections are packed with bold, iconic designs that could be teamed with your favourite pair of beaten up jeans and worn to death. Hand screen printed in England.
Fashion designer Bella Freud was born in London and studied in Rome. She is renowned for her signature jumpers Je taime Jane, Ginsberg is God and 1970. Fans of Bella Freud include Alexa Chung, Laura Bailey, Kate Moss and Alison Mosshart. Bella launched her eponymous label in 1990. Her first collection featured sexy knitted dresses in bookish colours, mini tailored suits and a small selection of shoes and bags. Bella went on to win Most Innovative Designer at the London Fashion Awards in 1991 and produced a Super 8 short film Day at the Races as an alternative to a fashion show. Bellas second film More Clothes directed by Kate Garner was shot on 35mm film and showcased the SS 1992 collection. Seasonal catwalk shows followed, then in 1999 Bella began her fashion film collaboration with John Malkovich, co writing and producing three short films: Strap Hanging, Lady Behave, and Hideous Man. In 2001 Bella also collaborated with rock icon Anita Pallenberg on Memo, a limited edition magazine featuring the AW2000 collection, inspired by the film Performance. From March 2000 to 2003 Bella consulted for British heritage brand Jaeger, rejuvenating their image and bringing British dressing to a younger audience. Between 2004 and 2006 Bella was appointed head of womenswear for the relaunch of Biba. She also consulted for Miss Selfridge, designing three capsule collections. 2010 saw Bella collaborating with friend and muse Susie Bick on a capsule collection inspired by Susies own ingenious style. In 2011 Bella co-wrote an experimental short film Submission with Bafta winning director Martina Amati. The performers wore knitted leotards and dresses featuring illustrations of shoes by Christian Louboutin. In 2012 Bella designed two capsule collections for Barbour. Bella also developed her own scented candle range, which launched exclusively with Space NK. Bellas love of film continued and in 2013 she art directed the short film Je t'ecoute, produced by Laura Bailey starring Lara Stone, which screened at White Cube Bermondsey. Bellas directorial debut Girl Boils Egg is a two minute film featuring Punk, commissioned by Nick Knight for SHOWstudio.com. 2013 also saw the development of the RTW collections and expansion into the beauty market. The Bella Freud Eau de Parfum collection was launched in 2014 and has gained a cult following.
Spanish fashion company that invites you to enjoy the small pleasures of life. They do not sell brand, they sell philosophy and, to be more precise, they sell art. But the good, the subjective art, which does not understand fads or preconceived tastes, in short, they sell art that inspires.
Black Market Art
They truly embrace todays new art and the artists that create them, offering over 2000 different original works of art from over 175 different artists from across the globe. They offer their art on apparel, stretched canvas giclees, paper prints and accessories. With so many different artists, Black Market is able to offer a diverse range on todays hottest new art. Every garment they offer has a hang tag with the artists name and their contact information. You are not just getting original art but you know who created it and how to find out more about them. On the back of every stretched canvas is the artists name and the name of their piece. They want to make sure the artist gets the recognition and credit they deserve. As a company they pride themselves in the quality, fit and style of their products. They pay the utmost attention to every detail of the garment to bring you the best apparel available.
Founded in 2011 by Johan Lindeberg as a representation of the modern creative spirit, freedom of speech, expression and values. An outlet for the new wave to communicate their voice. The brand features an item-based collection as a reflection of the BLK DNM culture. The core includes perfected classics with attitude, in denim, leather and tailoring. Accessories include perfume, silk scarves and sunglasses. The product is a reflection of the BLK DNM culture. BLK DNM is available in select global retailers in more than 30 countries, in addition to a BLK DNM store in NYC and Stockholm.