WKNDLA is a contemporary home and jewelry brand that embraces playfulness and individuality. The pieces are inspired by forms, shapes, and colors collected from the work of pioneering artists, design movements, and nature. Everything is made to last with an emphasis on quality and craftsmanship.
Say goodbye to boring. Post-Imperial is a menswear brand with a strong sense of optimism for the future and a focus on color, pattern and process. Their fabrics are something extra special. They are treated in Nigeria through a process called Adire – a rare hand dying process developed by the Yorubas in the southwest region of Nigeria. Prior to dyeing, the artist hand paints patterns using a cassava starch or wax base that acts as the resist due. The painted fabric is the dipped in a vat of dye, and then treated and rewashed in hot water. See, told you they were special. Their goal through all of this is to always design for now by shaping cultural concepts through a modern perspective. Cool, right?
Bison Shop opened January of 2015, by Colorado native turned OKC-dweller Blakely Hiner. Hiner works solely with makers both near and far who are united in their passion for what they do, reflected in the shop's highly-curated selection of goods. From Oaxacan-made hats and bags to handmade ceramics and vintage records, Bison Shop strives to stock good stuff made by good folks with good vibes. The shop is nestled down an alley in The Plaza District, surrounded by murals + other local businesses. We hope to meet you soon!