Stuff Made From Things:
Stuff Made From Things is the jewellery line created by Penzance-based designer Faye Wilson. Faye studied Graphic Art & Print Technology and has exhibited her work nationwide, as well as supplying artwork for film and television productions. Made from silver, gold, brass, copper and aluminium, her jewellery takes inspiration from tribal and folk art combined with simple geometric shapes, texture and mark making. Her jewellery is striking, easy to wear and affordable.
Dr. Denim is an independent Swedish brand based in Gothenburg and was established in 2004. Passionate about clothing they live by the motto: “A matter of life & denim”, using denim as a blank canvas allowing them to apply research and creativity.
Matt & Nat:
Established in 1995, Matt & Nat (MAT[T]erial & NATure) trade alongside the simple motto “Live beautifully”. Committed to creating statement pieces that are eco-friendly and sustainable, this Montreal-based company use a range of recycled materials including recycled plastic bottles and bicycle tyres and no animal-based materials, taking inspiration from the colours and textures of nature.
Danish company, Libertine-Libertine, was established in Copenhagen in the summer of 2009. With existentialism, high quality and good design at the top of their priorities, Libertine-Libertine takes inspiration from city lights, wild shores and contemporary culture. Libertine-Libertine’s collections consist of seasonal styles and refreshing, modern takes on classics.
Peregrine is the brand name of J. G. Glover & Co, which specializes in producing quality-crafted knitwear. Based in Leicester, UK, J. G. Glover & Co has over 200 years experience in this industry. Thoughtfully designed, their pieces use the best locally sourced fabrics from British Shetland Wool to hand-woven Harris Tweed. The collection is stylish yet functional, whilst preserving their ethos of a British aesthetic.
Bellfield Clothing are a UK-based design organisation, first established in the 1970’s. Their core values include creating clothing that appeals to the inspirational men and women of today. Their in-house designers draw inspiration from all corners of the globe into their collections, as well as building on their own legacy to constantly evolve through the creation of innovative and modern day classics.
Wunder[werk] is an award-winning fashion label, based in Dusseldorf. Appealing to the style-conscious and who want to connect fashion and sustainability thoughtfully, Wunder[werk] represents the interaction of contemporary design with commercial fits using natural sustainable materials. Their collections are built with different, perfect essentials made from supersoft organic cotton and modal, premium organic cotton denim detailed with german-made trims and rivets, virgin organic wool pieces made in Europe and pure woven wools.
In the early 1900s, Peter Alexander Cormack, a barrel maker by trade, and his wife Annie made the journey from Wick, Scotland, to Canada. The couple settled in the small town of Herschel, whose population today is counted at 30 residents. Founded in 2009 by brothers Jamie and Lyndon Cormack, Herschel Supply Co. adopted the name of the town where three generations of their family grew up. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Herschel Supply Co. is a design driven global accessories brand that produces quality products with a fine regard for detail.
Beaumont Organic is an international ethical ladieswear brand that combines original styling with contemporary classics. Teaming contrasting fabrics and unique silhouettes with luxury organic, fairtrade and eco fabrics, Beaumont Organic creates their signature style. The collection offers a wardrobe of transitional pieces – everything a woman needs to dress up or down, day or night. Beaumont Organic introduces two collections a year that encompass the brand’s clean look and contemporary styling.
Established in 2013, Wanderlust Life represents Georgie’s own wanderlust – the constant desire and love of travel – that became the inspiration and idea for her label. Based in Devon, she began designing a jewellery range, sourcing stones and jewels from her travels all over the world to use in her designs. And the result is understated, minimal and chic. The Wanderlust Life jewellery range encapsulates the very nature of its nomadic and adventurous name; each semi precious stone carrying the soul of its origins across borders and oceans, and the beauty of these pieces lie in the simplicity of their design.