Brand to Watch
BRAND TO WATCH: sat-su-ma
Informed by plant biology, sat-su-ma brings a new dimension to “florals for…
BRAND TO WATCH: HARDEMAN
HARDEMAN is reinstating jeans as the poster child of clothing rebellion.
BRAND TO WATCH: egg
Egg’s wardrobe perennials put function over flounce, frequency over frivolous fashion.
BRAND TO WATCH: Johanna-Maria Parv
Johanna-Maria Parv celebrates female power and strength via traditional tailoring, cyclists and…
BRAND TO WATCH: Mandkhai
With goat–to-garment transparency, Mandkhai appropriates cashmere for Spring/Summer wear.
BRAND TO WATCH: Calla Haynes
Calla Haynes has repurposed the couture-like fabrics from her past collections –…
BRAND TO WATCH: Linea Germania
Linea Germania is making silk scarves relevant again.
BRAND TO WATCH: By SP
By SP's "imperfect" jewellery is embracing differences and uniqueness.
BRAND TO WATCH: Peet Dullaert
Peet Dullaert's optimistic fashion is more elegant than Eighties.
BRAND TO WATCH: Nejicommu
Watch brand Nejicommu takes the considered route to keep up with the…
BRAND TO WATCH: Snow Peak Apparel
Snow Peak Apparel does “urban” with a dash of unrivaled Japanese cool.
BRAND TO WATCH: Sophie Anderson
Sophie Anderson cheers on artisan craft with pom poms.
BRAND TO WATCH: LUNA DEL PINAL
LUNA DEL PINAL makes waves through ancient weaving.
BRAND TO WATCH: fern fans
fern fans are championing the modern relevance of the fashion fan.
BRAND TO WATCH: No.One
No.One employs artisanal techniques to make super exclusive sneakers.
BRAND TO WATCH: Toogood
Toogood refuses to conform—through uniforms.
Brand to watch: Agmes
Agmes makes jewelry that we can hang onto for future generations.
Brand To Watch: Bibi Blangsted
Bibi Blangsted is tapping the underdeveloped segment of women’s luxury shirting.
Brand to watch: e.a.seawear
e.a.seawear unites crocheting with contemporary design; handicraft with profit; and grandma’s with…
Brand to watch: HaaT
HaaT is an artisan brand under Issey Miyake Inc. uniting heritage techniques…
Brand to watch: Lutz Huelle
Lutz Huelle's repurposed garments are playfully lifting the mood for spring.
Brand to watch: RENLI SU
Like a blank canvas, Su's designs are stripped off a major narrative…
Brand to Watch: Von Sono
With charged capital letters at its core, activist artisan label VON SONO…
Brand to watch: HELENAMANZANO
In protest of the ruling fashion calendar, HELENAMANZANO's AW17 lookbook was staged…
Brand to Watch: Silou Active
Silou Active’s merchandise is designed to transition perfectly between yoga class and…
Brand to Watch: Lorod
Lorod is this week’s brand to watch.
Brand to watch: Kreist
Kreist is this week's brand to watch.
Five Questions with Birdsong’s Sophie Slater
From refugee seamstresses to octogenerian knitters, Birdsong is the ethical fashion label…
Get to know: Carl Oaks
Get to know Carl Oaks–a brand that makes sunglasses out of recycled…
On our minds: Eileen Fisher’s ‘Remade in the USA’
Eileen Fisher teams up with Parsons' students to give new life to…
Get to know: Matt & Nat
Matt & Natt is a vegan brand that makes sustainable bags, shoes…
Get to know: Balossa
Innovative shirt brand Balossa believes a timeless piece never can be boring.
A brand worth watching
Combining neo-minimalist designs, dreamy campaigns and environmentally conscious and cruelty-free manufacturing, the…
How they make it last: Brianna Lance
Buy as much ivintage as you can, says designer and creative director…
Ask the expert: turning waste into fashion
Make it last's sustainability expert about five inspirational designers who turn waste…
”We all have to pitch in”
Working as a sustainability manager at the department store Åhléns, Anita Falkenek…
The starting point was a very intriguing Araki portrait
Josefina Larsson: “I have a lot of energy these days”
The starting point was a very intriguing Araki portrait.
The Innovators: Swedish Stockings
A beautiful, environmentally friendly hosiery brand
Anna-Sara Dåvik: “Now, I’m ready”
I needed my work to serve a purpose, and now I have…
Vestiaire Collective – the “second hand Net-a-Porter”
Make it last talks to co-founder Fanny Moizant about sustainability, unwanted designer…