CH Omakase 2017: From the Road Nara Cashmere Throw

A luxurious piece hand-woven by artisans in Nepal

Ever since founding From the Road, Susan Easton has worked with skilled artisans to create pieces of exquisite quality, craft and soul. Some of the most stunning items are those crafted by Nepalese weavers (Easton also partnered with the United Nation’s Ethical Fashion Initiative to preserve and reinvigorate the region’s traditions) and this cashmere throw for CH Omakase is one of those pieces. This simple …

CH Omakase 2017: From the Road + Curious Corners Ombre Scarf

An accessory hand-woven in Nepal and hand-dyed in New York City

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. Curious Corners‘ founder Sayaka Toyama is a Japanese expat living in NYC whose store/gallery/workshop shares the best of Japan. For Omakase, they came …

Everest No Filter

A snapchat story of ascending the most epic mountain is underway

Utilizing brand new satellite technology, a team of tenured climbers are in the midst of sharing their ascent of the world’s most iconic mountain: Everest. Remarkably, they’re doing so via Snapchat, under the handle (and project banner) #EVERESTNOFILTER. The experience is literally taking the social media service to new heights—and giving viewers plenty of insight along the way. Adrian Ballinger and Cory Richards, two Alpinists—one …