Featured Collections

ARTISAN MADE
Brands like PO-EM, ACE & JIG, HUMA BLANCO and others are collaborating with diverse, global artisan communities to create striking collections made using traditional creaft techniques including handweaving, block printing and resist dying.
MADE LOCAL
Nearly all our brands produce either local to where they are based or local to where they source their textiles. LOUP, UZI, PRAIRIE UNDERGROUND, and ATELIER DELPHINE are among the domestic brands we carry that manufacture in the USA. I
ORGANIC
Everyday staples made from the softest Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) certified organic cotton. Read: Chemical and toxin-free garments that are ultra-soft, comfortable and not only good the environment, but also good for you.

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The End Of An Era

The End Of An Era

New York City entered Phase 2 this week, finally allowing KAIGHT Brooklyn to open for in-store retail. Wuuhuu! I can't wait to open our doors to you and to see your faces again. Reopening is bittersweet, however, as I have made the decision to close the Brooklyn store after an incredible decade as a part of the Boerum Hill community. Practically speaking, my 10-year lease...

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Sustainable Luxury By Filosofia

Sustainable Luxury By Filosofia

   I discovered Filosofia on a buying trip to LA and the brand's style and ethics instantly resonated with me. The LA-based apparel company was founded with an emphasis on sustainability, quality and timeless comfort.  Their wearable garments are crafted expertly and ethically, supporting each individual along the production line. Function and beauty lie at the core of their design process; their apparel pays...

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Black Lives Matter: We Stand Against Racism

Black Lives Matter: We Stand Against Racism

On Saturday, I went to the Brooklyn store to meet a few customers who had placed orders for curbside/in-store pick-up. Since it was a beautiful day, I had the door propped open to let the sunshine and fresh air in. Two Black women came into the doorway and one asked the price of a pair of clogs in the window. We were all wearing masks...

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