Agustina Studio is a creative practice based in Barcelona inspired by the landscape and colours of the Mediterranean. It's patterns are at home in the interior space and bringing life to everyday pieces.
Anna Karlin is a multi-disciplinary New York based designer working across all mediums.
Andrea Maack graduated from the Iceland Academy of Arts with a degree in fine arts in 2005. Her background in fashion and beauty inspired her to use fragrance as a medium through her art exhibitions centred around creating an olfactory experience. Her work explores the intersection between art and scent. Andrea Maack Parfums is a small collection of distinctive fragrances based on her art works to complement her installations
An American brand of thoughtfully designed desktop products that take an everyday product to the luxurious. Practical, beautiful and handcrafted of the finest materials, Appointed products are 100-percent locally made in the Washington D.C. area. Products are constructed of the highest-quality materials and finished with careful consideration given to each element. Launched from a successful Kickstarter campaign, the brand is centred on elevating the everyday work experience.
Apparatus, a New York based lighting design studio that fuse's sculptural form with hand worn materials to produce objects that are at once time worn and thoroughly modern.
Assouline is a luxury brand publishing beautiful coffee table books for the chic contemporary home. From the Ottomans to Niemeyer, over 1,000 volumes have been published to captivate all interests, uplifting books to art.
Atipico is a project that breaks the mould of design and makes it part of everyday life. Strictly made in Italy, it seeks to make every aspect of our daily lives more beautiful.
Kathrine and Per Gran Hartvigsen set up AYTM after successfully running Gran Living ApS since 2004. A Danish based luxury home interiors brand which takes pride in original designs that will stand the test of time.
Bellocq’s carefully selected, single-origin tea offerings originate from the finest estates and are exclusively full leaf and organic. Each tea is hand-blended and packaged on-site. Several months are still spent revisiting estates, sourcing new teas, and ensuring the quality behind the tea’s cultivation.
Boyce Studio products are born from the belief that the things we use everyday should be beautiful, functional, and last a lifetime. Handmade in Downtown LA, every product is crafted from sustainable lumber and components sourced from local vendors. Great products can’t be rushed, and C.C Boyce obsess over every detail.
Cabana explores the “intellectual and emotional intimacy with buildings and their surroundings."A window in to some of the most stunning buildings around Europe and the world. Focusing on interiors, lifestyle, architecture and all related luxuries, this is a stunning collectable publication with amazing photography on luxury stock paper.
Calico Wallpaper was founded by Rachel and Nick Cope in 2013. Their bespoke wallpaper combines methods from the decorative arts including the arts of Suminagashi and Ebru, emanating from Japan and Turkey centuries ago with innovative digital technologies including NASA telescope imagery. The result is an entirely customised, unique and non-repeating wall mural. Calico aims to raise wallpaper to the status of art through their original use of gilded metallic colours and a buoyant style which creates depth and movement. The team has worked with a global roster of leading designers and architects. Each order is bespoke and made to order working with clients’ design vision to achieve dramatic and exclusive installations.
Casa Bosques Chocolates is a collaboration with the master chocolatier Jorge Llanderal.
Founded in Brooklyn in 2017, Catzorange is a non-seasonal creative experiment towards a naturally simpler aesthetic.
Cinnamon Projects, founded by Charlie Stackhouse and Andrew Cinnamon is a collection of inspiration, memories and raw emotion condensed into an encyclopedia of scents.
Based out of Fort Collins, Colorado, each pour over is handmade to order from American walnut and brass.
In search of a deeper understanding of a natural, more holistic approach to living, Fran Miller spent two years developing and perfecting what came to be F. MILLER, a full line of body care that feels and smells incredibly luxurious yet is completely free of harmful elements. Timeless, refined essentials carefully blended and bottled by hand in small quantities. Each unique blend is designed to heal, rejuvenate, restore, nourish and balance all skin types.
From their base in Copenhagen, Ferm Living have developed a distinctive and confident aesthetic bringing life and beauty to the small and candid moments in everyday life. Contemporary Scandinavian designs are combined with a touch of mid-century charm.
Fern Fans are a collection of classic and traditional wooden hand-fans, made for the modern day. Made in Spain, and created from Birch wood
Futagami is a brass foundry established in the city of Takaoka, Toyama Pref., Japan in 1897. Their Brass alloy products develops a rich patina over the course of many years due to the oxidization process.
Hasami Porcelain was born under the direction of Takuhiro Shinomoto of Tortoise General Store in Venice, California, whose innovative concept integrates tradition and modernity in tableware. Hasami, Nagasaki is one of the foremost pottery districts in Japan. Porcelain was first made in the area almost 400 years ago, during the Edo Period. The establishment of a mass production system at an early stage ensured reliability in quality and price, and its rich tradition kept alive.
After a 37 year hiatus, Holiday magazine returned at the behest of Atelier Franck Durand with a capsule collection of chic accessories.
Hudson Made's philosophy is one of a return to the roots of America, a time when craftsmanship and quality were valued over industrial mass production. In an effort to support local economies, Hudson aims to source the majority of its raw materials and products from within 100 miles of the Hudson Valley area in upstate New York.
ILA is a collection of essential ingredients for your kitchen + home carefully sourced from farms and suppliers around the globe. Each products has been selected for it’s integrity and delivered with great care and purpose. ILA was borne from the Sunday Suppers project started by Karen Mordechai to bring together the love of good food and friends together. The story of ILA is a woman whose beauty was irresistible, she is gentle, kind and a spirit of the ground. Literally translated, ILA in Sanskrit means earth, beauty and prayer.
L.A based Jewellery Designer J Hannah has produced a line of carefully-edited, high quality polishes for the colour-phobic inspired by artists’ palettes and natural elements.
Noah Guy founded Joshu + Vela in 2010. He began designing bags in 2001 with brands such as Levis and North Face and used his experience from work and travels to create quality products with enduring design. Joshu + Vela explores the harmony of style and function. Each product is built to last and grow more beautiful with age and wear. Products are handmade to order using the best materials in their San Francisco studio.
Inspired by the simplicity of everyday objects Karen Morton invites us to explore deeper with unexpected symbols, nostalgic linen and wallpaper patterns on her ceramics built using traditional techniques in Melbourne Australia.
Since 1926, L’Atelier du Vin has specialised in supplies and equipment for wine-making, bottling and serving. A family business with a vineyard in Champagne, L’Atelier du Vin products cover every step in the life of a wine from the cellar to the glass.
La Compaignie du Kraft has been making robust notebooks for workers since 1930. Each notebook is handmade in their Paris Studio. It styles itself as the most most unproductive manufacturer of notebooks in the Western world. These are hard wearing yet beautiful notebooks which can be refilled.
MCMC Fragrances is a family business in Brooklyn, NY. Each fragrance in formulated by Anne McClain, who studied natural perfumery before moving to Grasse, the perfume capital of France, for an intensive study of the history, techniques, and practices of modern perfumery. All products are made in small batches and bottled by hand.
During the french revolution, Louis Marie was exiled to Madagascar, Reunion and Mauritius where he discovered a vast array of plant specimens. 200 years later Marie du Petit Thouars built Maison Louis Marie building upon the rich botanical history of her family with luxury fragrances that focus on illustrious scents inspired by memories of childhood in Belgium.
Since 1981 Mount Street Printers, a family run business has produced bespoke luxury stationery in the heart of Mayfair, London on Mount Street. The location of the store is the site of the original factory. Mount Street Printers continue the tradition of creating the finest stationery today and for the next generation balancing traditional craftsmanship with the latest technology.
OCTAEVO is a Mediterranean inspired brand creating refined products for the desk and home. From our atelier in Barcelona Creative Director Marcel Baer and team travel the Mediterranean in search of stories and transform them into beautifully-crafted and thoughtful goods. Designed to inspire. Produced in harmony with nature using the highest quality materials. Infused with the warmth of the Mediterranean sun.
Onira Organics founder, Jessica Lemarié-Pires has developed a luxury beauty range that restores and rediscovers the true youth and beauty of hair, without sacrificing environmental credentials. A Polynesian flower extract, known as ‘Ginger Shampoo’ when blended with Monoi, possesses exceptional nourishing and repairing properties. This precious, organic blend has been a beauty secret passed through generations of South Sea Island women and sits at the heart of all Onira products.
Régime des Fleurs draws from nature, history, and art. Founded in L.A by Alia Raza and Ezra Woods, the brand communicates the profundity of flowers.
Linda Rodin has worked as a model, stylist and fashion editor of Harper’s Bazaar, dressing famous and charismatic women including Laetitia Casta, Halle Berry, Gisele Bundchen and Adriana Lima. Despite access to ultra-exclusive skincare lines Rodin longed for something simpler, a product that caress the skin noticeably and without delay so she brought her smarts to the skincare arena. After experimenting with essential oils in her bathroom for nearly two years, Rodin put the finishing touches on her first elixir, the original RODIN olio lusso face oil, in 2007. (The name—which translates as luxury oil —is in honor of the easygoing Italian beauty that has long inspired Linda’s own style). The oil soon developed a cult following.
Rose & Fitzgerald is a design-and-craft studio based in Kampala, Uganda, founded by Californian couple Courtney Rose and Laren Fitzgerald. Combining a sense of coastal living from their Californian roots and contemporary fashion with the beauty of indigenous materials and local craftsmanship they encountered in Africa. Rose & Fitzgerald works with master hand-craftsmen to create and curate beautiful pieces mixing traditional craft with a stylish flair—designed for those who seek something uncommon from far-away places.
From her spa in the the Bregenzer Forest in the Alps, Susanne Kaufmann develops organic skincare inspired by the healing powers of Alpine nature passed down from generation to generation for a modern life.
Sort of a Coal is a Danish brand with a passion for the traditional material of Japanese Binchotan Charcoal, also called White Charcoal. White Charcoal is the highest grade of charcoal. In Asia it has been used for centuries for its purifying, and restorative benefits and is often referred to as ‘active charcoal’. Despite its name White Charcoal is pitch black. White Charcoal efficiently adsorbs impurities from water, air or even skin, while releasing vital minerals absorbed by the living tree.
Samuji is a creative studio based in Helsinki, Finland founded on the values of simple functionality of everyday things. Their ambition is to produce timeless and sustainable design that serves a purpose yet conveys a story. All items are crafted out of quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers and produced in Europe by carefully selected manufacturers.
Stelton is an innovative, trend setting design brand house based on the Scandinavian design philosophy. Founded by Stellan and Carton were two friends who merged their first names in forming one of Denmark’s best-know design brands 50 years ago
Tina Frey Designs draws inspiration from fluid lines of silhouettes and organic contours emulating the curves of nature. Using resin, brass and steel each piece is hand sculpted in San Francisco.
Trademark is a line of accessories essentials designed to be worn as one’s own signature. Founded in New York by sisters Pookie and Louisa Burch. Trademark deliver elevated, everyday staples designed to compliment an elegant confident look.
Urban Nature Culture is a collection of products inspired by travels far and near, cultures distant and familiar brought into your home.
31 chapel lane is a multidisciplinary design house based in Limerick on the west coast of Ireland. 31 chapel lane celebrates the virtues of structure, materiality, usability and timelessness. It draws inspiration from traditions and practices that have been refined over time by the disciplines of tailoring and construction. these values are interrogated often and borne out through an ongoing discourse with companion architecture practice damien hannigan architects.