Unisex Clothing, Accessories and Outerwear from thesalting

Made-in-America pieces from a new brand designing out of NYC

When holding a garment from thesalting—not just carrying it but really analyzing it; running one’s fingers along the lines, feeling the fabric—you begin to understand their commitment to old-world craftsmanship. From afar, this brand’s debut is a collection of future-forward, unisex items. It’s a cohesive collection, and the brand’s identity is tangible. Every silhouette is simple and nautical components act as highlights—bit of rope here, …

CH Omakase 2017: Sky Like Snow Indigo Hats

Made in an edition of three, beanies handmade in Vermont

We actually met Hannah Regier through one of our CH Omakase customers. She has been knitting hats since she was a child and today marries that passion with a dedication to natural, ethical and sustainable fashion under the label Sky Like Snow. These hats are each one-of-a-kind and made with New England-sourced wool, dyed with Vermont-grown indigo (which is quite unusual). Each of the three …

We Are Knitters’ All-in-One Kits

Make DIY sweaters and beanies easily, even if you're a beginner

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 print magazines like Knit Wit) already make it easier than ever to get excited to purl, but another name in the knitting kit world, We Are Knitters has …

Summer Camping Essentials

From hammocks to sunscreen and a UFO-sighting notebook, products that accentuate adventures

It’s not summer until you’ve made an escape to the great outdoors—and maybe cooked a S’more on an open fire. As we quickly approach August, those in the Northern Hemisphere are taking time out in the wilderness; floating in rivers, hiking, and swimming. Immersion in nature offers undeniable rejuvenating and its own form of entertainment. Some city folk, however, might need help with both. With …

The Return of Schuman + Sullivan Hats

CH founder Josh Rubin's father revives a classic brand and its iconic looks

A few years after its founding in 1985, Stanley Rubin—father of CH founder Josh Rubin—joined the team at premium hat brand Schuman + Sullivan. Rubin dedicated his time toward development and design, sourcing and sales until the company was sold in ’99 and ultimately shuttered its doors. Today, however, Rubin brings Schuman + Sullivan to Kickstarter in an effort to revive the styles the brand …