What if knitting could ignite positive change? Farming, hand spinning and knitting are activities of material transformation that have the potential to build equity when connected to compassionate management of land and labor.
We were lucky enough to catch up with @kellouhar on her Top 5 Picks from the shop. “Kingpins Shop is the denim insiders go-to for all things indigo, so when they asked me to pick my favourite piece from their new webstore I couldn’t wait to share what I’d copped with you.
Since 2011, New York–based Italian photographer Marco Anelli has been exploring the artists character and work as expressed in the studio. Access to the studio by a trusted visitor provides a unique opportunity to experience the lives of artists working in New York, through their methods, materials and influences, contained within the intimate space of the studio, and observed with an acutely sensitive eye.
Husband and wife duo Rowland and Chinami Ricketts are the power force behind Ricketts Indigo. Operating out of their micro-farm, the pair not only grow & harvest their own indigo, but also create beautiful hand-made & hand-woven items.
Robin Denim is an online magazine with a deep-rooted passion for denim. They bring you the latest in denim trends, new releases, and innovations. Varying from a new pair of jeans from a small Japanese maker, to a world-changing sustainable solution from one of the major denim manufacturers: you can find it on Robin Denim.
Will Varnam, aka @Rugged_Style, is a freelance writer, style enthusiast and vintage archivist. Coming from a background of collecting historic vintage garments for almost two decades, Will fuses his passion for history with an eye for creativity and design within the clothing world. Always looking for unique, interesting and thought provoking content, Will is passionate about storytelling and studying his subject.
Will writes regularly and has contributed to Avant Magazine, Heddels, Men In This Town, Proper Magazine, Robin Denim and Sportswear International.
After a diverse career in the fashion industry, watching how it changed over the years, Muriel decided in 2018 to found MUUR - knowing she had a higher calling to combine her passion for travel and design while at the same time offer economic stability to developing countries.
A life changing year living in Kutch, India was the inspiration behind Mata Quilts, an experimental fusion of the Kutch traditions and deep respect for the rich quilting techniques in the United States.
Interview with Douglas Gunn by Isy Runsewe. The Vintage Showroom has become one of the leading resources for vintage menswear globally with an extensive, curated archive which continues to develop and grow.