CDMX’s Chava Studio Crafts Garments From an Archive of Deadstock Fabrics

Meticulously made clothing that's luxurious but intended for everyday wear

For many years, when visiting Mexico City, Olivia Villanti would visit Gilly e Hijos—the 30-year-old shirting and fabric studio owned and run by her husband’s family—to trawl through the immense archive of beautiful deadstock fabrics her husband’s uncle, Bruno Gilly Armand, collected over three decades. The treasure trove in the studio, located just steps from CDMX‘s sprawling Bosque de Chapultepec, provided Villanti with an abundance …

Gift Guide: Unconventional Florals for Spring

Eschewing traditional, dainty patterns in favor of bold blossoms

We all know that floral for spring isn’t groundbreaking, but there’s no denying the appeal of embracing the spirit of the season. Eschewing the dainty and traditional in favor of unconventional, bold and off-kilter floral patterns, we have rounded up some of our favorite apparel, accessories and footwear for all genders. From geometric daisies to photo-print plants, marine flora and beyond, these prints take floral …

Petit Pli’s Practical Approach to Clothing for “LittleHumans”

Garments for kids that grow as they do, courtesy of a London-based aeronautical engineer

Children grow undergo approximately seven growth spurts in their first two years of life. Prior to starting material technology company Petit Pli, founder Ryan Mario Yasin learned this lesson through personal experience. He searched for the perfect outfit for his new nephew, Viggo, and shipped the item to Denmark from London, but by the time it arrived it no longer fit. Dejected, he began his …