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 What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, today celebrates generations of essential objects that are made to enrich people’s everyday lives. We believe objects should be distinctive, combinable and multi-functional, with lasting design that inspires individual use and expression.  As a company based in Finland, where quality, aesthetics and functionality are important values, Iittala believes in interior design that lasts a lifetime.

What started as a glass factory in Iittala, Finland, today celebrates generations of essential objects that are made to enrich people’s everyday lives. We believe objects should be distinctive, combinable and multi-functional, with lasting design that inspires individual use and expression.

As a company based in Finland, where quality, aesthetics and functionality are important values, Iittala believes in interior design that lasts a lifetime.

 Oleana uses only natural fibers like wool, silk, alpaca and cashmere. They believe they should produce fewer, yet more beautiful clothes. Oleana is one of the last knitters in Norway to knit and sew all their products at their own factory.  Chalet in the Woods has a long, close relationship with Oleana, with frequent visits between Washington and Norway and vice-versa.

Oleana uses only natural fibers like wool, silk, alpaca and cashmere. They believe they should produce fewer, yet more beautiful clothes. Oleana is one of the last knitters in Norway to knit and sew all their products at their own factory.

Chalet in the Woods has a long, close relationship with Oleana, with frequent visits between Washington and Norway and vice-versa.

 In the 19th century, the Breton Fisherman Sweater was designed to protect fishermen from the elements during long days and nights at sea. At the helm of the sweater’s creation were the wives of the merchants and fishermen of Brittany. Applying a secret-stitch technique preserved by generations of mothers and daughters, their pullovers surpassed all others, granting warmth and resistance to water and wind.

In the 19th century, the Breton Fisherman Sweater was designed to protect fishermen from the elements during long days and nights at sea. At the helm of the sweater’s creation were the wives of the merchants and fishermen of Brittany. Applying a secret-stitch technique preserved by generations of mothers and daughters, their pullovers surpassed all others, granting warmth and resistance to water and wind.

 
 66°NORTH was founded in Iceland in 1926 and began with protective-wear designed to shield our Icelandic workforce from the elements. As one of Iceland’s oldest design and manufacturing companies, we still proudly make durable workwear but our extensive range now includes jackets, sweaters, parkas, pants, coats, fleece garments and accessories for adults and children.

66°NORTH was founded in Iceland in 1926 and began with protective-wear designed to shield our Icelandic workforce from the elements. As one of Iceland’s oldest design and manufacturing companies, we still proudly make durable workwear but our extensive range now includes jackets, sweaters, parkas, pants, coats, fleece garments and accessories for adults and children.

 SPTZBRGN Ltd. is a little design bureau which wishes to help to modernize our Norwegian cultural heritage. Our first products to come out are ties – for those of you who are brave enough!

SPTZBRGN Ltd. is a little design bureau which wishes to help to modernize our Norwegian cultural heritage. Our first products to come out are ties – for those of you who are brave enough!

 For over 20 years, Tyrihans have produced high quality textiles. They aim to protect Norwegian cultural heritage by recreating fabrics, shawls and other products. They use nature’s own fibres in their products, such as wool, silk, linen and cotton to ensure that the collection maintains top of the range quality.  Tyrihans has a wide and exiting range of scarves and shawles for everyone – ladies, men and children – perfect whether you are looking for something to complete your national costume, to brighten up your casual outfit or the final touch of glamour to your evening wear.

For over 20 years, Tyrihans have produced high quality textiles. They aim to protect Norwegian cultural heritage by recreating fabrics, shawls and other products. They use nature’s own fibres in their products, such as wool, silk, linen and cotton to ensure that the collection maintains top of the range quality.

Tyrihans has a wide and exiting range of scarves and shawles for everyone – ladies, men and children – perfect whether you are looking for something to complete your national costume, to brighten up your casual outfit or the final touch of glamour to your evening wear.