Archives for category: Made in the U.S.A.

Lavender Brown

Contemporary women adore Lavender Brown for it’s innovation and reverence for timeless fashion. Designer and owner Soo Jin Paik along with company president Gregg Fiene produce this spirited line out of Los Angeles. Together their vision creates an inspired brand that blends classic silhouettes with cutting edge trends.

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Jack Gibbons Op Art

Jack Gibbons applies his propensity for three-dimensional thinking to this new body of paintings. Seen as both chaotic and precise, textured layers of under-painting and topical rich color mark these conceptual works.

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Condé Nast Traveler
Reader’s Choice Award: Best Shopping Cities in the World
Philadelphia ranked number 2 out of 24 cities
SUGARCUBE cited as Top Philadelphia Fashion Destination

Estd. 2004

S U G A R C U B E ®

Philadelphia independent boutique and design-centric shopping destination for men’s and women’s clothing, accessories, and visual art.

Williamsburg Garment Company Hope Street Made in the USA

The Hope Street men’s jean is the first style in the new Williamsburg Garment Company’s Made in the USA Jean Collection. Features include American Flag pocket print, available on all coming American made denim jeans. Making a high quality jean with great fit, top quality metal, exceptional sewing and inner detail for a near factory direct price is WGC’s striking achievement.

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Canby Dark Walnut with Carl Zeiss Lenses

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.

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Donn Mason at Sugarcube

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.

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