Inspired by sources ranging from Scottish plaids to paintings by surrealist artist Giorgio De Chirico, Hikaru Noguchi crafts accessories that blend old-school patterns and techniques with an artistic, quirky aesthetic. Originally a graphic designer, Noguchi moved from her native Tokyo to England in 1989 to study textile design. Fond of the artistic freedom she found in the UK, she set up shop and began created knitted fabrics for scarves, bags, furnishings, and clothing. Noguchi’s sumptuous knit work ranges from printed scarves and gloves made from pure lambswool to soft speckled tweed hats, textured knit ties, and snoods and shawls in subtle hues. In addition to designing her own line of accessories, Noguchi has made fine knitwear for the likes of Barneys, Topshop, and Paul Smith.
Casually luxe basics in cool, eco-friendly fabrics.
Maison Fabre meticulously handcrafts gloves at the level of art. These luxurious mitts — assembled in Millau, the humble French town known for fine sheepskin gloves — showcase a decidedly modern take on the centuries-old workmanship: Think quilted three-finger gloves, cropped driving styles in hyper-saturated patent, and luxe picks trimmed in shearling, cable-knit wool, and metallic rings.
Everything you need to bundle up for the winter freeze.
One of our favorite things about the chilly winter months? Cozying up to our chicest, weather-ready accessories. Get ready to bundle in cashmere wraps and cable knit headbands from Portlolano, sleek leather gloves from Maison Fabre, and pop-of-color mittens and print-splashed scarves from Line + Lotte.