NEW ZEALAND SPOTLIGHT
We traveled to New Zealand to find the country’s coolest emerging designers and indie boutiques, and let’s just say we found our tribe. We’re so excited to share it with you!
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This small and intimate studio and boutique was founded by Leslie Fraley and first opened its doors in November of 2013 in Kansas City. Finefolk’s captivating collection of artistic wares has garnered a loyal following for the selection of lifestyle goods that are all made with integrity by gifted designers and artists. In order to accommodate the boutique’s growing selection, Finefolk moved to a larger location which now has even more room for artful homewares, books and beauty products as well as clothing. With designers like Lauren Manoogian, Black Crane and Maryam Nassir Zadeh, we’re basically in heaven.
Situated in the heart of England’s Brighton Lanes, Thread opened their doors in November 2013. They offer a curated selection of high quality brands such as Fjällräven, La Paz, John Smedley, AFIELD and more. Aiming to bring the very best to their customers, they always put an emphasis on excellent quality crafted garments, whether they are sourced locally in the UK or globally.
Simply put, Vancouver’s Goodboy Collective makes dog accessories and necessities that are actually nice looking. Think artful ceramic food bowls, hand-knit chew toys, leashes and collars made from durable vegetable tanned saddle leather — pretty much everything Fido needs that you’ll actually want in your home. Even cooler: 10% of proceeds go to Thank Dog I Am Out, a registered non-profit dedicated to rescuing and re-homing dogs in British Columbia as well as high-kill shelters in the US and abroad.