CMPLT UNKNWN (Complete Unknown) is a bold new vegetarian accessories brand that combines the attitude of punk and rock & roll with craftsmanship and ethical business practices. All bags are hand-embroyedered and hand-sewn by expert craftsman in Uttar Pradesh, India with high-quality standards. The materials are cruelty-free Polyurethan, brass zippers, and the embroidery raw materials are locally sourced from markets in India. We love that they produce their bags in a city, which is famous for its hand embroidery techniques including the “chikankari”, “zardozi” and “”aari” styles and support their artwork.
CUT THE POSH
Welcome to Cut The Posh! The boho-chic jewelry, tote bags, and clothing are handmade in small batch productions while supporting the slow fashion movement in their printing and crafting methods. Also, with every piece, Cut The Posh supports female artisans offering these women the flexibility of working from the comfort and safety of their homes. These handcrafted, colorful accessories make every outfit a little fancier. How can we not love their pieces?
L.G.R stands for traditional Italian crafstsmanship. L.G.R has created stylish long lasting eyewear to accompany any traveller on their adventures. Their products are handmade in Italy by 3 artisanal families using traditional methods and only innovative, high-quality materials. The artisans build each frame from start to finish. These genuine glasses are authentic and made by people with passion. L.G.R has a wide range of classical styles on offer to suit any personality or aesthetic. Some of our favourites include MONASTIR and TUAREG.
Highly unique, Saya creates a different kind of jewelry – the kind meant for your hair. A love of nature and an excitement around sustainability drove the founder, Victoria, to begin Saya Designs. Recycled root wood is recovered from old Indonesian plantations to use for the handcrafted hair sticks. Although Indonesia’s rainforest is one of the most diverse in the world, it has one of the highest deforestation rates. The Indonesian forest cover is in a significant state of decline, as it has been since the 1960s. Saya uses the root wood, which was once a waste material, to create sculptural hair pieces. To replenish the earth’s source of wood, with every hair stick purchased, Saya will plant up to ten endangered or endemic species of trees into local community gardens in Indonesia.