Art, Exceptional Brands
and Independent Designers
Viki Merjos, designer and owner of Goddis knitwear has one mission, to capture the essence of nature and its beauty. Goddis is flattering, fun and relaxed, presenting elegant silhouettes with a Bohemian flair.
Wooden sunglass specialists, Shwood, reference the timeless styles of classic eyewear. With the simple do-it-yourself credo “experiment with nature”, this Portland Oregon in-house design and manufacturing workshop embraces innovation. Photo: Canby Dark Walnut, Optics by Carl Zeiss, Made in the U.S.A.
Donn Mason masters the art of men’s undergarments. Proudly made in the USA with emphasis on superb quality, smart use of fabrics, and modern fit, these garments draw inspiration from American roots of the early 1900′s.
Based out of Toronto Canada, Jenny Bird designs and produces covetable indie-luxe jewelry. Born in a rural artistic community in Ontario, Jenny’s extended family of farmers and seamstresses influenced her creative direction.
Swedish born company, Sandqvist, designs bags and accessories for an urban lifestyle, items to be used every day. Sandqvist draws inspiration from the vastness of Nordic landscapes. The mountains, lakes, forests, and swaths of unpopulated areas bring a certain clarity and simplicity to their aesthetic.
Left on Houston flaunts a skillful lucidity to seasonal sweater design and methods of manufacturing. From structured bodies to delicate frames, their wide range of modern and sophisticated styles blend soft cashmere with silk and cotton.
Founded in 2002, Rag & Bone joined British heritage with directional, modern design. Today, Marcus Wainwright and David Neville’s brand offers innately wearable clothing that is both classic and inventive.