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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Penny Sage an independent womenswear line designed by Kate Megaw in New Zealand. All Penny Sage garments are produced within 30 kilometers of the company’s studio, by family-run and locally-owned business. Working with natural materials like silk and cotton, the Penny Sage collection is lush with easy to wear, easy to style pieces that will live well past this season in your closet.
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.
Twenty One Tonnes
Twenty One Tonnes is a celebration of traditional craft and global style. Partners Chessa Osburn and Mary Jane Bolton are based in Vancouver, BC. We're drawn to objects that are at once ancient and modern, functional and aesthetic. Our simple collections reflect our love of good design. We strive to do trade in a way that supports tradition and sustainability, which means working with small scale artisans and family businesses to bring you quality hand made products that are made with natural and recycled materials. Collections are therefore limited, and no two products are exactly alike.