goop Label September 09 2016goop Label is a collection of limited edition, elevated essentials that are made in Italy’s best factories. Every month, we release a capsule collection that you can buy now and wear now—we aren’t asking you to buy a winter coat in July. Inspired by the pieces GP has worn, loved, and never been able to replace, each piece is an instant classic, meant to fill wardrobe gaps for years to come.
R13 August 18 2016
STATE August 09 2016After founding the Country Roads Foundation—a nonprofit that serves New York City’s kids in need—in 2009, Brooklyn-based husband/wife duo Scot and Jacqueline Tatelman founded STATE Bags, a benefit corporation that makes stylish and resilient backpacks with special attention to the kids who need it most: For each bag purchased, they hand-deliver a backpack fully stocked with school supplies and other necessities to an American child in need.
Rifle Paper Co. August 09 2016Anna and Nathan Bond (a husband-and-wife team based in Winter Park, Florida) launched their painterly printed wedding invitations and other paper goods in 2009, working out of their one-bedroom apartment—a DIY beginning that quickly transformed into an international stationery and lifestyle brand. What hasn’t changed is the personal touch that makes their work—from notebooks to cards and beyond—so beautiful: Anna’s bright, colorful designs with charming, imaginative flourishes.
Terez August 09 2016
Zara Terez launched her eponymous line of athletic and leisure wear with her childhood best friend. The mission: to make everything not just in the U.S.A., but specifically made in New York City. The focus here is on vibrant, innovative textures and prints: expect cheeky takes on pop culture obsessions like hashtags and emojis, as well as seriously cool, spiritual-yogi vibes, like evil-eyes and celestial motifs.
Dr. Martens August 09 2016Iconic since the days of CBGB’s, the Doc Martens aesthetic works as a cool, edgy anchor for just about any personal style: their hardy, classic leather boots give any outfit a touch of rebellion and confidence (they also happen to be unbelievably comfortable). The company’s repertoire has expanded beyond the lace-up combat boots, into a fully-fledged collection of unisex riffs on timeless styles like Chelsea boots, chunky-soled Mary-Jane flats, and a whole range of kids’ options.
Baggu August 09 2016Brilliant graphic minimalism combined with high-tech, light-as-air fabrics make these bags true modern essentials. Parsons fashion grad, Emily Sugihara, launched this environmentally-conscious line with her mom Joan, an expert seamstress, back in 2007. Today, based between Brooklyn and San Francisco, their incredible style, handmade ethos, and earth-friendly mission has made them a huge (and super-inspiring) success story.
Electrolux August 04 2016
Electrolux HQ is actually in Sweden, which goes a long way to explain the company’s penchant for sleekly designed, high-functioning appliances. The company’s R&D consistently churns out the best new features, before anyone else. We love them for the clean modern look, the cutting-edge tech, and the beyond-fantastic results.
Sarah Chloe July 18 2016After a career that included stints at two major diamond houses, Zahava Reismin began her line of fine jewelry—named for her first-born daughter—with a one-of-a-kind bangle bearing her daughter’s name. Exquisitely made, personalized pieces soon became her calling card, and today, each one is still designed and handmade in New York City from gorgeous yellow and rose gold, as well as silver. No surprise, some of her most stunning designs feature discrete, beautifully cut diamonds.
Les Coquines July 18 2016Swimwear and intimates brand Les Coquines was launched in 2013 in Santa Monica, California, and their versatile, comfortable pieces are made locally to this day. Translating to “naughty” en français, their designs are an embodiment of their philosophy: that sexiness comes from being comfortable in your skin, and that every great look begins with a great foundation.
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