The ‘The Soft Side of Steel’ project is a research into fabrication processes and a study of material properties. The project transforms an existing material, steel fibres into flexible sheets, which are explored within the traditional fields of textiles and metalwork. The process started from […]
Mike Friton is a freelance shoemaker, weaver, paper sculptor and innovator with over 30 years of experience at Nike. His innovations are responsible for many elements of athletic footwear that people wear today. Each of his crafts informs one another and he is constantly exploring […]
A look at the making of Jaxx Bean Bags in Atlanta, GA. Shot through the lenses of Russell Dreyer and Willie Linton.
Michael Williams of A Continuous Lean and Aaron Levine, Head of Men’s Design at Club Monaco, offer a special look inside Club Monaco’s Made in the U.S.A. menswear collaboration.
A behind the scenes look at how our quality products are made. Shot by Nicholas Reid. See more at: matteohome.com
This latest video ventures into the latest collaborative project by heritage mainstays Pendleton and Dr. Martens. From initial sketches to the final product, a rare insight into the respective textile and boot-making processes cover the weaving, welting and closing steps. Ultimately this culminates in an […]
Documenting the journey of Harris Tweed manufacture from the crofts of the Outer Hebrides to the granting of the world-famous Orb Mark of authentication.
We are proud to say our entire collection of snap backs and painters caps was hand crafted in Los Angeles from materials sourced from local vendors. We wanted to offer a glance into what went into the making of these caps. Dreamed, Designed & Crafted […]
Jacob and Louis Weinberg founded Oxxford Clothes in 1916 with a mission to establish the standard by which all men’s tailored clothing is judged. The Weinbergs were determined that no possible fineness in craftsmanship or material be overlooked in the achievement of that purpose. Today, […]