If You Love Paloma Wool, Then You'll Love These:
Welcome to one of our latest series: If You Love This, You'll Love These. We're highlighting our favorite up-and-coming designers and boutiques reimagining some of the most well-known and beloved styles in more ethical and unique ways. Our first edition featured the infamous brand Champion, and our second edition featured the beloved and elegant designer Ulla Johnson.
For our third edition, we're highlighting Paloma Wool—an emerging brand with a cut-following that many of our beloved boutiques carry in their stores. Paloma Wool has set major trends in blending vintage and groovy patterns with more updated silhouettes. If you're a fan of this "it" brand, but maybe want to branch out to find more unique and uncommon gems, we've found the designers for you!
All of Tyler McGillivary's pieces are sourced and produced ethically, which means there's no compromise between high style and high quality. Her patchwork checked jeans, tops, and sweatshirts turn simple staple pieces into the fun and creative stars of any outfit.
House of Sunny
An independent, London-based clothing brand, creating easy everyday elevated staples, House of Sunny offers shapes that are unexpected and playful while also being easy to wear—a favorite emerging brand on our list!
English brand YMC (You Must Create) brings to life the legendary industrial designer's philosophy of eschewing trends and fads in order to create the future of design. YMC creates clothing for both men and women, but their menswear particularly proves that the guys can have fun with fashion, too.
Back Beat Co. believes in being easy on the planet for easy wearing and easy living. Founded in California, the lifestyle brand is inspired by relaxed, wearable skate-'n-surf clothing infused with vintage details. Their comfortable sweaters and loungewear combines simple silhouettes with fun shapes and patterns.
This Brooklyn-based brand creates the kind of knitwear that’ll make you crave a sweater in the dead heat of summer. From cool beanies to funky cardigans, wearing Kordal pieces will give your friends major hygge envy.
Nin Studio clothing is produced in small batches with sustainable production in Mexico City. Their curved shapes and silhouettes are an incredibly fresh take on classic colors and fabrics.
If you're a fan of the Barcelona-based brand itself—so are we! Paloma Wool's domestically produced pieces often feature collaborations with contemporary Spanish artists, and always offer exciting new designs and ideas! Shop Paloma Wool pieces through many Garmentory boutiques around the globe.