Barbour x White Mountaineering

Yosuke Aizawa, the founder and designer of White Mountaineering, said “my first memory of Barbour is when as a child, my father and I wore oiled jackets to go fly fishing. I am so delighted to have the opportunity to bring a new vision of Barbour by linking those memories I had as a child with my present self.”


Engineered Garments

Engineered Garments designer Daiki Suzuki masterfully blends classic Americana with a certain Japanese aesthetic. Named for a pattern maker's observation that the clothes carry so much detail, the garments are engineered rather than designed, the line delivers unparalleled craftsmanship and detail-oriented heritage workwear.


Red Wing

Excellence is a standard which transcends the test of time. For over a century, Red Wing purpose-built footwear has been at the spearhead of innovation, and the standard of excellence for workboots.  The Red Wing Heritage Collection celebrates some of the brand's most iconic styles.



Seawall opened its first sewing facility in a building that was part of the old Portland seawall.  We've moved on from that location, while retaining the original ethos of the working waterfront. Known for our fine button-down shirts of narrow-width Japanese fabrics, and stitch-down jersey shirts, Seawall builds a small collection of limited edition pieces each season.



The Rancourt family has been making genuine handsewn moccasins in Lewiston, Maine, for three generations. Rancourt builds family heritage, and a passion for quality, into every shoe they make.


Swans Island

It is superior craft, natural wool, and simple, timeless beauty that the dyers and weavers at Swans Island put into each blanket, scarf and skein of yarn. The Swans Island process is a labor of love and a meditation on the beauty and value of a handmade life.