Montes Doggett

Montes Doggett, founded by Monica Porter, draws inspiration from her Mexican upbringing and her family's passion for elegant table settings and entertaining. Named after her mother and mother-in-law, the brand offers a curated collection of handcrafted tabletop ceramics and pottery, emphasizing versatility, simplicity, and functionality. Each piece is meticulously crafted, ensuring durability and safety for everyday use.

Montes Doggett is committed to fair trade principles, celebrating the beauty and craftsmanship of pottery made by skilled artisans. Through their work, they aim to inspire memorable moments of food, drink, and laughter at tables worldwide.


Il Bisonte

Wanny Di Filippo is the founder of Il Bisonte. A determined, eclectic, out-of-the-box dreamer, he founded his own leather goods workshop when a company that considered his designs too innovative rejected them: "If I can design them," he said to himself, "I can also create them."

His unmistakable panache is an anthem celebrating joy as well as a tribute to freedom: free to choose your own style and wear it proudly; free to play with shapes and colors; free to keep dressing as only he has been able to for decades, smiling detachedly at passing fashions and trends that grow old.

“My clothes are my fur,” he explains. And indeed, they fit him perfectly, like a gift from nature. Wanny is an ambassador for the most authentic Italian-made products: his style reflects his love for quality materials and the craftsmanship of those who transform them into something unique.


Kempton & Co.

Fiona Kempton, designer and owner of Kempton & Co., was born in 1977 and raised in a house by the sea in the countryside of southwest England. She studied fashion design in London's Kingston University and moved to New York after graduation, spending the next ten years designing for major fashion companies.

In 2009, she started to design on her own, creating a tech-friendly bag with a built-in protective sleeve for a laptop. Well-received, she launched her own business. Kempton & Co. was born in Brooklyn in 2010.

Fiona’s heritage is an inspiration. She designs bags with gorgeous soft leathers and textiles, combining the utility of equestrian hardware. She prides herself in always maintaining an artistic approach to function; it is a philosophy that the company strives to maintain with every bag.



Founded in 1805, Graziani of Italy boasts a long tradition dating back over 200 years, when Abramo Graziani first began making candles in Livorno, Tuscany. The intriguing company story shows how tradition and passion allowed Graziani to become a renowned and accredited manufacturer of high quality candles and accessories, soon expanding their production and product range after those first steps.

In 2007, production was moved to the brand-new plant built in Lorenzana, 20 km from Livorno, further improving the quality and guarantee that Graziani products offer to their customers for seven generations.


Travaux en Cours

In June 2000, as two friends enjoyed cocktails on a beach in the South of France, they noticed something amiss. The servers attending their table sported disparate attire, lacking harmony or visual identity. "Such a shame for such a beautiful establishment," they lamented... and so, an idea was born! They embarked on creating a line of workwear from traditional fabrics like canvas, denim, velvet, and leather, all in various colors that reflected their inspirations and current fashion trends. With time, they expanded into accessories, embodying the same ethos as professional attire: practicality, durability, sleek design, comfort, and vibrant aesthetics.

Thus emerged a line of unisex bags for travel, sports, and beach outings. Their iconic paper and felt hats with double leather ties were added, and irresistibly cozy, colorful moccasins completed the collection.


Angela Caputi

Angela Caputi Giuggiù's workshop, located near the Ponte Vecchio in Florence's old town, operates within the historic Palazzetto Mediceo. Inspired by 1940s American films and a deep-rooted passion for fashion, Angela Caputi's unique bijoux have gained worldwide recognition. Her jewelry has been featured in prestigious venues like the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, as well as Museo degli Argenti and Galleria del Costume in Florence.

Blending fashion and art, her meticulously crafted designs are celebrated for their creativity and continuous evolution. With a special connection to show business and haute couture, her pieces have adorned film costumes and Angela herself has collaborated with renowned fashion designers. The presence of her pieces at the most important trend shows of the world affirms the universal nature of Angela Caputi Giuggiù’s creations.

Talking Walls

The idea behind Talking Walls was conceived by Philippe Pelsmaekers, a former communications and design professional. He was struck by the craftsmanship, personality and artistry of the quaint and often humorous signs of small shops from around the world - so much so that he wanted to meet the people behind them and share their stories. He jumped on a plane to India in search of the best tales.

Years later, with the help of stylist and interior designer Trui Vermeire, and some of the most fantastic people on earth, Talking Walls puts the stories from four corners of the world into its collections, selling across Europe in about 500 of the finest high segment boutiques.


Love Bubby

Love Bubby is a childrenswear brand that specializes in gender-neutral designs. Living by the motto “You are never too young to make a statement,” their collection focuses on statement t-shirts and bodysuits designed with a pop culture spin. They stand out for dreaming exclusively in Black, White & Gray and using premium fabric made from super-soft Airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, beloved by their little customers.

Love Bubby is quickly making waves in the industry and was featured on Oprah’s Favorite Things Holiday list. They have also been showcased multiple times in Real Simple, Cool Mom Picks, Red Tricycle, and Motherly. Most recently, the paparazzi caught their “Little Feminist” design on Hilary Duff’s daughter as seen in Star magazine.


Joseph Brooks

Joseph Brooks, a Hollywood-based jewelry designer, seamlessly blends his eclectic background with his passion for crafting unique pieces. Formerly a key player in the alternative music scene of the 1980s, Joseph's journey into jewelry is a natural extension of his diverse interests. Inspired by childhood rock and mineral studies and fueled by his global birdwatching expeditions, Joseph's jewelry designs reflect his fascination with the natural world. From sourcing Sri Lankan sapphires to discovering Javanese banded agates, each piece tells a story of adventure and discovery.

With an interest in stone properties and energies, from tourmaline to spirit quartz to black onyx, every piece in his extensive line highlights the true essence of each handpicked stone. Adorned with tiny JB medallions, his creations are coveted by celebrities like Justin Timberlake and Madonna, cementing his status as a master craftsman with a distinct aesthetic.



Fishwife is a new female-founded and led food company aiming to make ethically-sourced, premium, and delicious tinned seafood a staple in every cupboard.

They source from healthy fisheries and certified sustainable aquaculture farms to bring the vibrance of conservas culture to the North American table. Fishwife was founded by Becca Millstein and Caroline Goldfarb in 2020.


Alexa Pulitzer

Growing up surrounded by the Old World sophistication and cool attitude that the Big Easy is known for, Alexa Pulitzer infuses her native culture with her vast experiences abroad to create her iconic, sophisticated and original paper collections.

She’s highly sought out for her custom stationery and private label collections, designing proprietary collections for the likes of Bergdorf Goodman, Tory Burch, Anthropologie, The National World War 2 Museum, Pottery Barn and more. For over 25 years, Alexa Pulitzer, LLC has proudly manufactured her products in the USA and grown to be one of New Orleans’ proudest exports. When she’s not creating or hosting jazz salons, she can be found spending quality time with her husband, Seth and their two children.



Launched in 2005 by Philippe and Pierre, Claramonte is a brand of accessories and handbags with a nomadic and folkloric essence. Their passion for handmade craftsmanship and innovative vision birthed the Claramonte universe, where modern and tribal elements merge with carefully chosen materials and vibrant color schemes to create sophisticated handbags.

Braiding is the hallmark of Claramonte's identity, evident in all their designs. Philippe's sensitivity to materials and colors complements Pierre's intimate relationship with forms and objects, resulting in a perfect balance of colorful and bold creations.

Authenticity is paramount, with a commitment to quality materials and partnerships with suppliers. Each handbag is meticulously braided and embroidered by artisans in Morocco, ensuring uniqueness in every piece. Working directly with local artisans and women's cooperatives, Claramonte celebrates ancestral craftsmanship and traditional know-how, creating a family of expert hands and smiling faces that define their brand.



For over 80 years, the Blackwing 602 pencil has been favored by legendary figures such as John Steinbeck and Chuck Jones for its unparalleled quality. Originally introduced in the 1930s by the Eberhard Faber Pencil Company, the pencil gained iconic status with its unique rectangular eraser. Despite being discontinued in 1998, its legacy endured, with fans willing to pay top dollar for a single pencil on eBay.

In response to demand, the Palomino range was introduced in 2007, utilizing Genuine Incense-cedar and premium Japanese graphite. Encouraged by comparisons to the beloved Blackwing 602, the Blackwing brand was revived in 2010, drawing on over a century of family-run pencil industry expertise. Over the past decade, Blackwing has evolved from a single pencil into a cultural phenomenon, embodying mindfulness and balance in today's fast-paced world.