The Great is a women’s collection by Emily Current and Meritt Elliott. Known for their distinct worldview- a playful, often nostalgic take on American classics.
Emily and Meritt are longtime best friends and creative comrades. Style authorities and denim aficionados, their shared love of everything vintage and Americana has lead them to a distinctive career as stylists, consultants, designers and authors.
Matta is a combination of a simple style and endless possibilities.
Founder and designer of Matta, Cristina Gitti has always been inspired by the numerous possibilities of handmade design. Her textile and clothing ventures have been based on the central theme of limitless forms of individually made creations and her journeys. Her travels continue with Matta collections in the same combinations of mixing age-old techniques with new colors. The feeling of movement and sense of history translate in the vibrant color palette and through the varied textures.
The Matta ready-to-wear collection includes lightweight cottons, wools and silks, which are tailored to create shirts, tunics, skirts and dresses for women. Rich textiles and fresh tones are further developed in pashmina, wool and silk shawls, scarves, home accessories and children’s clothing. Cristina continues the collection by creating hand stitched leather sandals, handbags, recycled paper products and more.
Roller Rabbit was inspired by a fable of a magical rabbit that founder, Roberta Freymann, found on a piece of discarded fabric in India. Launched in 2003, with a collection of colorful hand block printed kurtas, the relaxed, resort-inspired line has evolved into a lifestyle brand offering a plethora of products which include clothing for men, women, and children, as well as accessories and home furnishings
New Scotland produces swoon-worthy sweaters for any time of the year. Featuring lush cashmere, detailed cables and a variety of blends (wool, cotton, linen), their sweaters promise to be a collection-piece in your wardrobe for years to come.
Xirena Los Angeles-based designer and founder Dierdre Roffoni created Xírena based on her years of travel to the hippy island of Formentera, Spain. Xírena's simple shapes combine bold prints, vivid color, and metallic accents which can be worn at home, on the go, or lounging on the beach.