Designer Araks Yeramyan launched Araks in 2000 with a line of airy and simple briefs designed to help women feel beautiful and comfortable in their skin. Inspired by her love for art and design, she began making a full range of intimates in New York from fine Italian fabrics, playing with color and texture in refined yet unexpected combinations.
Baserange makes modern basics in soft, easy silhouettes designed to emphasize natural beauty. They work with high quality, organic fabrics in innovative ways that benefit both producer and consumer while minimizing environmental impact. Based in Denmark and France and founded in 2012, Baserange creates creates sustainable underwear that exists somewhere between modern culture and the natural world.
Botanica Workshop takes a sustainable approach to beautiful, comfortable underwear and swim. Established in Los Angeles in 2014, their independent design studio was born from a need for responsibly produced intimates with a designer aesthetic and quality to match. The name comes from a combination of concepts: “Botanica” represents the ecologically minded use of materials, and “Workshop” represents the experiential nature of designing and producing handcrafted goods.
Inspired by natural textures, collage, travel and exploration, giu giu is a knitwear-focused label conveying the playful humor and offbeat freedom that life should embody, despite one's age or gender. With a nostalgic point of view, the label is a product of designer Giuliana Leila Raggiani's unique lifestyle, the conceptual world she daydreams about regularly.
Land of Women makes lingerie for the sport of womanhood. Founded in 2013, their pared down collection is curated for the everyday, with comfort and attention to detail at the forefront of their philosophy. Each garment is thoughtfully made for women, by women, and designed to move with you. Each piece is cut and stitched locally in New York by a family-owned manufacturer, keeping it all close to home.
Helene Morris, the New Zealand-based founder of Lonely, designs “for women who wear lingerie as a love letter to themselves.” Lonely lingerie and swim thoughtfully marries beauty and wearability, with styles that support and flatter a range of body types. The brand is known for its unique approach to body positivity in the Lonely Girls Project, which celebrates individual women all over the world who wear Lonely in their own unique way.
Based in Los Angeles, Maria Dora takes a fresh, artistic approach to knitwear, bringing both warmth and intelligence to her collections. Each seasonal collection is research-based and conceptual, and the final products (handmade in Palos Verdes, California) reflect a deeply personal connection to art of knitwear. The tactile comfort of knits combines with striking forms and playful details in these unique and beautiful pieces.
London-based MARIEYAT presents a range of seamless knit undergarments in cotton and silk, combining striking shapes with comfortable designs and natural fibres. Produced ethically in the designer’s home city of Hong Kong, MARIEYAT offers modern underwear with a challenging, uncompromising sensibility.
Coming soon. Matteau creates luxury swim and resort wear for women. The Australian brand represents classic style and stands for simplicity above all else, with designs that transcend trends. Tastefully created to enhance and support the modern woman, the motivation was to reduce the swimsuit to its bare essentials and create a calm, assured vision. The Matteau silhouette is undeniably recognizable on the beach with a definitive style and clearly identifiable aesthetic.
Moons and Junes is a Copenhagen-based brand devoted to challenging the status quo and creating bras that cater to the needs of as many body types as possible. They’ve done away with sewing that gets in the way of sensitive areas and opted for materials that feel soft against your skin, creating soft-cup bras that still provide support for breasts large and small. Moons and Junes produces sustainably at one of Europe's leading tricotage factories in Turkey.
NOE makes understated but undeniably sexy bralettes, underwear, and loungewear that feature premium fabrics and carefully sourced hardware. Casual yet glamorous, each piece is a study in everyday luxury.
Designed in California by New York native Gina Esposito, NU SWIM is all about finding places to swim anywhere, any time of year. The distinctive NU color palette, in part inspired by the designer’s background in fine art, lends a sense of confidence to classic, seasonless styles. Each piece is made from fabric sourced in the US, Italy, and Japan and sewn in a small family-owned workshop in Northern California.
The Nude Label makes effortlessly beautiful pieces designed to flatter and move with the body. Simple, minimal bras, underwear, and bodysuits designed and produced sustainably in Spain.
Pansy makes beautiful, minimal underwear with comfort and versatility always in mind, designed and sustainably produced in California. Made from organic cotton grown in the US and dyed in a toxin-free process, each piece is made as consciously and transparently as possible. Undies from Pansy come in a unique color palette that is all California love.
Based in Los Angeles, Pari Desai is all about bringing a modern and timeless aesthetic to luxury knitwear. A native of Toronto, Pari Desai studied traditional tailoring and millinery before starting her career as in-house designer at one of the last knitting factories in North America. Her experience working directly with craftspeople and technicians sparked an interest in custom textile development, which continues to inform the brand.
Designed and produced in New York, PRAE is known for its sporty, après-surf vibe rendered in refined silks. The bralettes and cropped tops are designed for layering with loose, breezy separates for a laid-back but very sophisticated look.
Shaina Mote presents thoughtful, timeless pieces in natural fibers and a neutral palette. Designed in Los Angeles and produced by family-run businesses, the clothes are made with sustainability in mind: versatile enough to become wardrobe stapes, made carefully and consciously to be worn season after season.
Sleepy Jones was established in 2013 by Andy Spade and long-time collaborators Anthony Sperduti and Chad Buri. After years of working together, the three set out to create a company that believes in the virtues of tinkering and pondering. The result was a collection of sleepwear, underwear and not-quite-ready-to-wear for men and women inspired by the lifestyles of artists.
Classic, minimal pieces from Swedish label The White Briefs, designed by Peter and Henriette Simonsson. Your everyday favourites made from premium fabrics.