Feature | FEIT

Tuesday September 23, 2014

Established in 2005 by brothers Tull and Josh Price, Australian footwear label Feit (pronounced fight) was created as a reaction to the environmentally harmful and low-quality goods rampantly being sold on the market. With 20 years of experience in the footwear industry (Tull founded sneaker label Royal Elastics before partnering with Rag & Bone), Feit strives to create the best possible product with as minimal of an environmental impact as possible. From start to finish, each shoe is crafted by one master craftsman, with no machines used at any point in the process, using only vegetable-dyed leathers and no harmful chemicals. Ethical integrity is of the utmost importance, yet quality and craftsmanship is never compromised, with limited numbers sold of each style to maintain sustainability.

Double Stitchdown Wool Brown - $670
Double Stitchdown Wool Black - $670
Hand Sewn Low Navy - $560
Hand Sewn Low Black - $560
Double Stitchdown Wool Black - $670

Feature | Luke Meier from OAMC

Wednesday August 20, 2014

Luke Meier from OAMC stopped by the shop this week to chat about the inspiration behind their FW 2014 collection, and to teach the staff about the many minute details and innovative production methods OAMC employs.

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Video | nonnative Fall/Winter 2014 - "Leisure after Labor"

Wednesday July 23, 2014
Via Euphoria Factory on Vimeo

nonnative have released their Fall/Winter 2014 lookbook video for their collection titled "Leisure after Labor". It's an interesting exercise in forensic viewing at the beginning - are these guys actually fishermen or what? nonnative's videos tend to have a sense of humour to them and this one is no exception, the clothes look great though. Definitely worth the watch.

Check back here for news about arrivals from the new collection in the coming months.

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