Knight Mills + Goodhood Limited Edition Floor Runner

Sourced and crafted in Santa Fe, each rug takes over 25 hours to weave on America's only Jacquard loom

In 2007, Goodhood opened its doors on a back street in Shoreditch, promising Londoners a curious collection of clothing and home goods. Last September, founders Jo Sindle and Kyle Stewart expanded their inventory and moved shop a block away to a larger space on Curtain Road, which houses the cult brands they’ve become synonymous with as well as their own collaborative projects. The latest of …

Premium Apparel from Café du Cycliste

Modern performance biking gear from France, inspired by local café culture

Picking up a new cool weather cycling kit can be a narrow investment. On the one hand, performance is paramount. Staying dry and warm while reaping the benefits of breathability and bike-specific features like considered pocket placement and visibility elements is essential to getting the most out of your riding time. However, it’s a bonus to feel comfortable in your riding gear from a style …

Knit Merino Wool Hats from Rustic Threads

Super-soft, dip-dyed beanies made by hand in Joshua Tree

Inside a small boutique called The End, in the arid desert of Old Town Yucca Valley, CA, we stumbled upon some hats that beckoned to be touched and held. The hats are knitted by Taylor Elyse Compton, a Joshua Tree resident, who has a small studio called Rustic Threads. Compton sources 100% merino wool—softer and lighter than other wools, and without the itchiness—from Ohio, which …