The best gifts come with a story behind them. Thoughtfully designed and intentionally made, everything in our Gifts of Good collection celebrates the planet and its people, from Native-designed styles to sustainable materials.
As a part of our ongoing work to amplify the voices of Native communities, all of these pieces were created by and in partnership with Native American, First Nations, and Indigenous artists.
Our partnership with LA-based designer, Bethany Yellowtail (from the Northern Cheyenne and Crow Nations) is currently our largest collaboration — and first-ever Women’s collaboration — with a Native designer.
“My intention is that whoever wears [these] walks out into the world as a visible manifestation of the love, care, and the future we wish for our people."
Featuring handmade, heirloom-quality jewelry, textiles, and accessories created using time-honored techniques and traditional methods, the Collective is a brand initiative founded by Bethany that promotes and amplifies the work of Native American and First Nations artists.
Doug Good Feather — founder of the Lakota Way Healing Center, which offers Indigenous spiritual practices to anyone in need of healing created two new special designs of our Adirondack blankets, just in time for the holidays.
Our most sustainably-minded styles are made using natural, organic, and recycled textiles and fibers, and are produced using techniques with minimal environmental impact.
LEFT: Canyon Cashmere Cardigan
RIGHT: Stowe Cashmere Sweater Dress
We design our clothing thoughtfully and intentionally, using the highest quality materials. Our goal: to create incredibly comfortable pieces made to last a lifetime, all while reducing our impact on the planet.
RIGHT: Stretch Seaview Flannel
In total, over half of our Men’s and Women’s collections are currently made from sustainable materials. We’re focused on increasing those numbers — our goal for 2021 is 85% for both collections.