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  • 6397

    6397 was built as a “style response to the needs of modern women” by The News Showroom in 2012. Their focus is on pared down, boyish essentials that can easily be thrown together. In this assortment you’ll find a collection of “lived-in” tees, minimalist tops, and classic denim.

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  • DL1961

    In September 2008, DL1961 launched in New York City with a mission to create "the perfect fitting jean", using the revolutionary technology XFIT LYCRA®. The collection is designed for those who simply demand more from their denim. Our jeans are crafted from technologically advanced fibers that move 360 degrees. These fabrics make DL jeans the perfect garment to wear 24/7 all while looking effortless, chic and stylish.

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  • Haerfest

    Haerfest (pronounced "harvest") is an exploration of essence, aesthetic, and utility, resulting in exceptional objects that are useful and attractive. Well-known for its leather accessories, Haerfest has made a name for itself at home and abroad for its signature interpretation of the familiar. The vision guiding its success comes from the brand’s collective team, whose creative process is one part steady observation, one part pure intuition. Uncompromising design and craftsmanship create a collection of simple modern classics. — Haerfest believes trends come and go, but quality materials, balanced proportions, and attention to detail will always stand the test to time.

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  • Maison Kitsuné

    Maison Kitsuné founders Gildas Loaëc and Masaya Kuroki first paired up to explore the music scene, creating their own record label in the early 2000s. Then, they branched out and created this cool Parisian label a few years later. Their design aesthetic seamlessly blends Japanese street style with French minimalism and American sportswear.  

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  • Portuguese Flannel

    The Magalhaes family has been producing flannel in Portugal since the 1930s. Brothers Antonio and Manuel, the current generation, started Portuguese Flannel as an homage to their ancestors, sourcing the softest fabrics from master craftsmen who still manufacture them in the traditional ways, in and around the city of Guimaraes, historically considered the cradle of the country and with a rich heritage of farming, wine, and textiles.

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  • Stutterheim

    Stutterheim's vision is to bring great rainwear and accessories, filled with craftmanship, passion and authenticity. Founded in 2010 and based in Stockholm, Alexander Stutterheim was inspired by his grandfather's 1960s raincoat. Plain, simple and understatedly stylish, it's an updated version of the traditional raincoat worn by generations of Swedish fishermen.

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  • Won Hundred

    After years of experience in the denim industry, designer Nikolaj Nielsen founded Won Hundred in 2004. The Danish brand combines elevated details with a minimalist streetwear aesthetic. Nielsen specifically focuses on simple, understated designs to let one’s personal style come through.

  • Wood Wood

    Wood Wood is a contemporary fashion and lifestyle brand founded in 2002 and based in Copenhagen, Denmark. It mixes high fashion, sports and streetwear with youth culture, art and music creating the best possible product balanced between style and function. Best described as Contemporary Streetwear, Wood Wood has looked beyond just fashion and is making its mark with a strong sports component, combined with the brand's ability to move up and down the fashion spectrum.

  • Woolrich John Rich & Bros

    Specializing in outdoor apparel and accessories for almost 200 years, Woolrich has become an iconic American brand. Their stylish yet functional designs have been loved by multiple generations. You’ll reach for these timeless classics again and again.

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  • YMC

    Founded in London in 1995 by Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins, YMC takes a traditional item & reworks it to create something modern, giving it a timeless quality to the clothes meaning they will last for seasons ahead.  The brand brings fresh inspiration to menswear and adds a subtle dose of femininity to their typically androgynous womenswear.  

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  • Zespà

    Zespa, Aix-En-Provence was founded in 2009 by three friends who met during art school. The French footwear brand is known for its clean lines, quality craftsmanship, and attention to detail. All shoes are produced solely (pun intended) in France using specially-sourced leather.