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Brands There are 33 brands

  • Alden for Jinji

    Since 1884 Alden shoes company offers high-end shoes in the largest American tradition.

  • Anonymous Ism

    Anonymous Ism is a famous Japanese brand, known for making socks with a unique style. 

  • Birdwell

    In 1961, Carrie Birdwell Mann transformed her small house in southern California into a sewing workshop and shop. 

  • Birkenstock

    Founded in 1774 by Johann Birkenstock, the family business began really its development only a century later. 

  • Clutch / Lightning magazine

    Japanese magazine, Lightning Clutch references the vintage culture.

  • FEIT

    FEIT is an Australian brand based in New York, creating handmade shoes and accessories in limited edition since 2005.

  • Fullcount

    'Fullcount is only for the purist.

  • Harpo

    Since 1971, Harpo has been a jewelry artisan, specialized in turquoise and silver, who produces with respect for the tradition of the Native Americans. 

  • Inverallan

    The Inverallan produces all the collections of knitwear by hand, in Scotland. Knitted with Scottish Lambswool, they are better known as Arran. The Inverallan is one of the last artisans making everything by hand. Originally set up by a consortium of fishermen's wives, who first made knits purely for their husbands. The production is then gradually extended to other fishermen. For generations, the workers knit by hand, these wonderful sweaters and cardigans in the workshop, definitively one of the last places still active. The Inverallan is the guarantor with the expertise, difficult to find today. The production process has not changed in all these years. All products from Inverallan, are always knitted by hand. Unfortunately, as the years go by, the workforce of Inverallan is aging, which means that they are afraid of hanging up the needles for the last time. This is the story of the most incredible brand for knitwear which could no longer be. Let's try a small piece of historical Scottish knitwear.

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