The shop has recently extended its remit from just selling wearables to including a few very nice homewares, all produced in tiny batches.
In case you're not familiar with Sight Unseen, the magazine is dedicated, very broadly, to craft, but has its own unique style in tackling the topic. Founded by three former staff from i-D magazine, it aims to go behind the scenes of design, art, fashion, food, photography and other creative disciplines, and to "uncover the stories, inspirations and obsessions of people who love to make things". A good bookmark.
Below: it's pretty extravagant to spend £18 ($30) on a coaster, but these Kiel Mead brass designs are very good-looking aren't they? The designer, who hand sands the designs onto each disc, says his mission is to "make the mundane more precious".
...and here is how Ladies and Gentlemen illustrated their response to a question about their influences...
Nice. A great way to discover up-and-coming talent and get an insight into various creative minds.
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