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Andéol

Andéol

Digitally printed accessories and homewares, inspired by world travels and made in Sydney

by CH Contributor in Style on 18 March 2014

Ruby Ruth Dolls

Ruby Ruth Dolls

Curious creatures made from second-hand clothing in Cornwall, England

by CH Contributor in Design on 05 February 2014

Cerebella Design

Cerebella Design

Patterns found in nature under the lab microscope, turned into artistic accessories

by David Graver in Style on 20 November 2013

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Outlier Minimal Backpack

Outlier Minimal Backpack

A packable bag that's stronger than steel and as light as a feather

by Graham Hiemstra in Travel on 16 October 2013

Ledbury: 31 Days of Shirts

Ledbury: 31 Days of Shirts

Three shirts and how to wear them, from the menswear label's new collection

by Largetail in Style on 02 October 2013

Cool Hunting Video: Upstate

Cool Hunting Video: Upstate

Handmade tie-dye garments for the fashion-forward bohemian

by Cool Hunting Video in Style on 24 July 2013

Boro—The Fabric of Life

Boro—The Fabric of Life

Domaine de Boisbuchet hosts an exhibition of rare household textiles made by 19th and 20th century Japanese peasants

by Josh Rubin in Culture on 17 June 2013

Interview: Jay Sae Jung Oh

Interview: Jay Sae Jung Oh

The designer discusses her jute-wrapped sculptural "Savage" series, environmental sustainability and her next step

by Perrin Drumm in Design on 11 June 2013

Apparatus Studio and Zak + Fox

Apparatus Studio and Zak + Fox

Tree ring-patterned wall fabric and neuron-inspired lighting from two NYC-based design teams

by Maggie Roush Mead in Design on 20 May 2013

Kiriko

Kiriko

Dawn Yanagihara and Katsu Tanaka's handcrafted accessories, made with antique Japanese textiles

by Adrienne So in Style on 20 May 2013

Liberace Extravaganza!

Liberace Extravaganza!

Peeking inside the performer's costume stockpile of Swarovski crystal, satin and silk

by James Thorne in Culture on 15 April 2013

Indigo: The Color that Changed the World

Indigo: The Color that Changed the World

Catherine Legrand's definitive guide to the blue dye

by James Thorne in Style on 01 April 2013

Folk Fibers Indigo Wholecloth Collection

Folk Fibers Indigo Wholecloth Collection

Hand-quilted and nature-dyed quilts from Austin's Maura Ambrose

by James Thorne in Design on 25 March 2013

Battenwear SS13

Battenwear SS13

Corduroy, velour and duck cotton in the Brooklyn-based sportswear brand's third surf-inspired collection

by Graham Hiemstra in Style on 28 February 2013

Interview: Ethan Lipsitz of Apliiq

Interview: Ethan Lipsitz of Apliiq

We talk fabric and more with the founder of the LA-based custom appliqué company

by CH Contributor in Style on 21 February 2013

Kumanokoido

Kumanokoido

Malian print and camouflage teddy bears for a good cause

by CH Contributor in Design on 25 January 2013

Lightweight Outdoor Essentials

Lightweight Outdoor Essentials

Three ultralight accessories for improving life on the trail

by Graham Hiemstra in Tech on 09 August 2012

Nike Pro TurboSpeed

Nike Pro TurboSpeed

AeroSwift fabric, zero distraction and air tripping in Team USA's track and field kit

by CH Editors in Design on 15 June 2012

Child's Own Studio

Child's Own Studio

Kid-commissioned customized toys

by Fiona Killackey in Design on 25 April 2012

Isaora Tech Blazer and Vest

Isaora Tech Blazer and Vest

Japanese materials form an ultralight blazer and insulated vest for a tech-driven twist on the traditional sport coat

by Josh Rubin in Style on 02 April 2012

Stutterheim Raincoats

Stutterheim Raincoats

We talk to the Swedish designer about his melancholy mission

by Richard Prime in Style on 05 March 2012

Rachel Craven Textiles at Heath Ceramics

Rachel Craven Textiles at Heath Ceramics

Hand-finished linens in geometric stylings from an LA artisan

by Julie Wolfson in Design on 03 February 2012

Ligne Roset 2012 Collection

Ligne Roset 2012 Collection

A survey of trends from the French furniture designer at this years Maison et Objet

by Isabelle Doal in Design on 26 January 2012

Gemma Kahng

Gemma Kahng

Our studio visit and interview with the veteran fashion designer on her first collection in nearly 10 years

by Graham Hiemstra in Style on 12 January 2012

Shonibare's Ship in a Bottle

Shonibare's Ship in a Bottle

The long-lasting engineering behind the Fourth Plinth project

by Aaron Kohn in Design on 12 December 2011

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