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(Re)thinking Global: Tender Co.

(Re)thinking Global: Tender Co.

UK-based designer William Kroll brings history and integrity to our daily lives with Tender Co, an always evolving collection of workwear pieces adopted and adapted from Industrial Revolution-era garment construction, materials, and aesthetics. In this edition of our (Re)thinking Global series, we check in with William on how the pandemic impacted his workflow, and we hear about his continued efforts in clean sourcing and zero waste.  “All my products are made in the UK, as are all the fabrics—apart from some Japanese denim, which, luckily, I keep in stock,” he told us. “My mainline sewing production is made by just...

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(Re)thinking Global: Colville

(Re)thinking Global: Colville

In this series, we talk to some of the designers and brands we’re offering at Pylon about how the pandemic is impacting the international aspects of their work. Today we connect with Colville designers Molly Molloy and Lucinda Chambers as well as the brand’s director of sales, Tomorrow’s Rebecca Miller. One of the things that drew us to Colville to begin with is their dedication to developing products with small groups of artisans around the world. The Colville cylinder bag—a brightly woven, Colombia-made, Italy-finished tote that we’re excited to share in our opening collections—is one such item, so we used...

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