Parachute’s First-Ever Mattress

The bedding company creates an option without foam or latex

Venice Beach, CA-based Parachute got its start in 2014 with a desire to make bedding better. They did so by manufacturing percale, sateen and linen sheets in Portugal, all Oeko-Tex certified (meaning they test free of harmful substances and chemicals), at a direct-to-consumer price. Since sheets, Parachute has followed a natural trajectory, expanding into the bathroom, kitchen, living, and brick-and-mortar stores—and today, they launch their largest …

New Handmade Hedley and Bennett Aprons

Vibrant pieces crafted from American canvas, raw Japanese selvage denim and European linens

When thinking of aprons, two iterations often come to mind: plain, white standard culinary workwear and kitschy “kiss-the-cook” styles. It was this observation, coupled with years of Michelin-starred kitchen experience and a desire for better options that led Ellen Bennett to begin designing aprons with tasteful personality. Thus, Hedley and Bennett was born. Although exciting colors visually define the brand, there’s also more than an …

Studio Visit: Per–Tim

A peek inside the Melbourne label's Collingwood space and an exclusive look at their newest collection

by Ariel Katz Creating lifestyle products and loungewear through fashion designer eyes stands as the mission statement behind new Melbourne label PERTIM. Created by Bernadette Francis and Laura Albee Barton, their up-and-coming label is about to release its second collectionone that’s been designed with the bedrooms and wardrobes of “anyone who enjoys relaxing, quality, and little LOLs” in mind. Their bright studio is tucked away …