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Established in Madrid in 2015, GOYA aspires to translate a base product that encourages conscious consumerism by blending aesthetic with longevity; rather than reinventing fast-paced seasonal offerings, GOYA takes a focused yet avant-garde approach to the development of the collection. Spanish production and leather sourcing are of key importance to the brand vision. GOYA Man presents a collection of sandals in a remarkable silhouette inspired by the traditional “Menorquina”, a shoe from Spain’s Balearic Islands. Sandal styles offered in nappa leather, crocodile stamped leathers, nubuck and shearling, have a deep rubber boot sole for a masculine form and greater durability.
Collection available at thegoyabrand.com
Peregrine is a British knitwear and outerwear brand, whose pieces are crafted to the finest quality with the use natural and sustainable textiles. Every step of the creative process, from the first sketch up to the finishing stitch has been completed in England, aspect which makes the brand ever so gratified. In addition, the label oversees everything regarding the garment production from start to finish. Peregrine offers something which is different and special, especially because the brand is eager for its customer to wonder where the clothing come from!
Collection available at peregrineclothing.co.uk
Japanese-born label, MUJI was found in 1980. The brand offers a wide variety of products including household goods, apparel and food. Mujirushi Ryohin, an abbreviation for MUJI in Japanese, decodes as “no-brand quality goods.” MUJI is based on three core principles, which remain solid up to the present day: careful selection of materials, Streamlining and Simplification. MUJI’s products, born from an extremely balanced manufacturing process, are succinct, but they are not in the minimalist style.
Collection available at muji.com