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CH Omakase 2017: Slow Factory Moon Selfie Bandana
Best known for printing high-resolution NASA images on the highest quality natural Italian silks, Slow Factory blends old-world luxury with new technology. Further, each collection they release explores stories about human rights and environmental...
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CH Omakase 2017: From the Road + Curious Corners Ombre Scarf
One of the best parts of working at CH is meeting people and having the opportunity to connect them for future projects. Susan Easton, founder and creative director of From the Road, travels the world working with craftspeople to develop stunning items...
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Floral Dot Bandana
Available in three colorways (sky blue, forest green and pink) NOAH NY's Floral Dot Bandana applies a bit of flair to a classic accessory. Crafted from 100% cotton, each bandana is made in the Shingora factory in India, which recycles all its water...
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We Are Knitters' All-in-One Kits
by Sun Bak Whether you find knitting meditative or enjoy the rebellious act of slow handmade fashion, the season is here for those of us in the northern hemisphere. Design-forward kit-making companies like Kitterly and Wool and the Gang (plus...
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Olivia Wendel's Handpainted Scarves
The last time we wrote about Olivia Wendel, it was back in 2014—her stained silk tapestries were a notable highlight in that year's annual RISD graduate thesis exhibit. Armed with an MFA in textile design, the now-Brooklyn-based painter has since...
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Cosmos Silk Bandana
Made from a 50/50 cotton and silk blend, Australian designer Georgia Perry's "Cosmos" bandana is delightfully trippy. Featuring images of planets, fish, skulls, jewels, phones and more, it's a surreal design that will suit all genders. Whether worn...
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"Elegance" Silk Scarf
A silk scarf is a pragmatic accessory for all seasons—whether worn as a neck-tie in fall, or to tie your hair up in summer, it's a useful piece. Clothing and accessories brand Echo New York collaborated with scarf designer Richard Allan for a range...
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Hermès' Limited Edition "The Battery New York" Scarf
A decade ago Hermès opened the doors to a retail location on Broad Street in lower Manhattan initiating a commercial return to a neighborhood in recovery. Only steps away, the Battery—a 25-acre park that now sees seven million visitors a year—was...
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EMC Tote + Bandana
Along with this "Maman Je T'aime" (Mama, I love you) tote bag, comes a CV + EMC bandana—both of which call out and support Every Mother Counts. The non-profit organization endeavors to make pregnancy and childbirth safe for everybody. The bandana is...
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"Free to Roam" Bandana
With 20% of profits being donated to the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre in Australia, Melbourne-based artist/designer Georgia Perry's "Free to Roam" bandana is a great investment. The ASRC advocates for asylum seekers and offers aid and healthcare...
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Alligator Scarf
Verameat (helmed by Vera Balyura) is probably best known for handcrafted jewelry, but the NYC brand also makes apparel, accessories and tote bags. Available for pre-order now, this limited edition 100% silk scarf is thick and soft, but its artwork...
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Clouds and Rainbow Scarf
From one of our favorite NYC brands, 100% fair-trade accessories maker Slow Factory, the "We Are Home" collection uses NASA satellite images to create beautifully patterned silk scarves. From cloud vortices near the South Pacific's Heard Island to...
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CH Omakase 2016: From The Road
We’ve admired Susan Easton’s work at From the Road for many years, following her exotic travels and stories of the artisans she works with to create items of exquisite quality, craft and soul. Sustainably made using all-natural methods by skilled...
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Slow Factory's "We Are Home" Collection
From one of our favorite NYC brands, 100% fair-trade accessories maker Slow Factory, the lovely We Are Home collection isn't just pretty, it's important. Regarding design, most scarves use satellite images by NASA—from cloud vortices near the...
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Tui Krosschell Scarves
With summer on its way, Tui Krosschell’s new, brightly printed Func:Scarves are an expressively vibrant way to keep the evening chill of transitional seasons at bay. A recent textiles graduate from Manchester School of Art, Krosschell draws inspiration...
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The Hill-Side + Buaisou Indigo Collaboration
Two of our favorite Brooklyn-based brands, The Hill-Side and Buaisou have joined forces to produce a limited edition run of selvedge chambray clothing and accessories—all of which has been hand-dyed in natural indigo using the traditional Japanese...
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Maggie Thompson's Makwa Studio
Minneapolis-based textile artist Maggie Thompson has been grappling with ideas, perceptions and systems of authenticity from the moment she was born. With a Native American father and an Irish-German mother, she's met with questions every step...
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Karen Mabon’s SS16 Rosebud Collection
Channeling the seductive stylings of Audrey Hepburn or Grace Kelly but with thoughtful, contemporary whimsy is UK illustrator Karen Mabon’s spring/summer 2016 Rosebud collection. The 2011 Royal College of Art graduate continues to combine elegance...
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Jonas Wood Parrot Pattern Scarf
Brooklyn-based Massif Central has just launched their latest collection of artist-designed scarves and has again worked with LA-based Jonas Wood. His aptly named "Parrot Pattern" scarf is 100% silk (like all MC's creations) and depicts the boldly colored...
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Variations Autour de La Longue Marche
This year, 86-year-old Argentine artist and social activist Julio Le Parc was the fourth person invited by Hermès Éditeur to bring his art to silk: vibrant stripes of colors loop, twist and dance to tell of a journey and experiences. Though the sixty...
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Unmade + It’s Nice That Collection
In the two and half years since its founding, London’s Unmade Studio has already made an impact on the UK fashion scene. Unmade and its collaborators make original knitwear designs, using industrial knitwear machines and the studio’s own computer...
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Gauze Scarf
Sticking to their socially-conscious ethos, Apolis teamed up with Atelier Ace—the creative agency behind Ace Hotel—to create this lightweight organic indigo scarf. Each 100% cotton scarf is hand-loomed by an artisan cooperative of women in Ethiopia...
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Atlantic Textile
A stand-out from design duo Saint Atma's Fall/Winter 2015 collection, the large Atlantic Textile is a versatile piece that can be wrapped around the shoulders, set on the table or bed, even hung on the wall. We love the unique rough softness of the...
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The Thing Quarterly + Michelle Blade's Aura Scarf
Pushing artists to explore other mediums, conceptual object-based periodical The Thing Quarterly also hosts projects outside of their art-object subscription service (which "publishes" four times a season). They recently worked with visual artist...
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