CH Omakase 2017: Sabah + Fernanda Uribe Shoes

Handmade in Turkey, hand-painted in NYC, these slip-ons are otherworldly

When living in Turkey, Sabah founder Mickey Ashmore developed a fascination with Turkish footwear, which led him to Gaziantep and a collaboration with the craftsmen of one of the oldest family workshops there. The result was a pair of hand-stitched shoes—a modern take on a traditional style. Ashmore wore that first pair back in the United States and began fielding requests from friends who wanted …

CH Omakase 2017: AAA Design Collective Keychains + Totes

Limited edition leather accessories made in Fez, Morocco

AAA is a design collective led by Alfred (aka Carmelo Tedeschi), an Italian designer and artist living in Fez. Tedeschi partners with fair trade local makers to bring to life his fashion-forward style within the world of Moroccan craft leather goods. Tedeschi is currently into tie-dyed leather and we’ve made good use of scraps from hides that were cut for larger pieces to create our …

CH Omakase 2017: Richard Clarkson Spoke Bowl

In an edition of 10, a brass bowl featuring our signature pattern

With a focus on minimalism, NZ-born, Brooklyn-based designer Richard Clarkson experiments with products, lighting and furniture at his studio—blurring the line between art and design in a captivating way. His work is multidimensional, often mixing light, metal and earth. Particularly smitten with his Spoke bowl, we asked him to make a special Omakase iteration of the striking piece. Made in Brooklyn in an edition of …