75 Collective
 
 
 

We are a collective of brands who care about how our clothes are made and the people who make them. We invite you to shop, worKshop and learn about the global traditions behind the clothing.

 
 
 

 

HOLIDAY POP-UP EXHIBITION

DEC 1–2 | DEC 8–9 | 10AM – 6PM | 75 MURRAY ST | TRIBECA NYC

75 COLLECTIVE BRANDS

 
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11.11 / eleven eleven

11.11/eleven eleven has consolidated its roots in the luxury space, placing emphasis on creating links between farmers, weavers, vegetable dye & block print traditions. The result is a coherent & meaningful fashion garment line that creates grounds for ethical products while ensuring sustainability of local strengths. The khadi way is our vision to build meaningful things telling its story from seed to stitch. 

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KORRA

KORRA IS A CONSCIOUS CHOICE. By Makers, who practice their craft to make everyday products for all. By Users, who connect to the source, the who & the how. Each pair of jeans is made from the start to finish by a single tailor.  We choose natural or recycled raw materials with an emphasis on sourcing each element locally. This choice makes our products comfortable and beautiful, inside and out.

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POST-IMPERIAL

Post-Imperial is a menswear brand with a strong sense of optimism for the future and a focus on color, pattern, and process. We treat our fabrics in Nigeria through a process called Adire - a rare hand dyeing process developed by the Yorubas in the Southwest region of Nigeria. All fabrics are shipped to NY where we cut and sew our products. Our goal is to always design for now by shaping cultural concepts through a modern perspective.

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BLLUEMADE

The Blluemade name references our many influences. “Blue” comes from our love of indigo, denim, and blue-dyed textiles from around the world . “Made” speaks to our commitment to ethical production. The extra “l” in blluemade is for linen, which is central to Blluemade's origins and so much of what we do. We are proud to work with heritage linen mills and family-run businesses and factories in New York City's Historic Garment District.

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UPCYCLE STITCHES

Atsushi Futatsuya was born into a surviving Sashiko Family in Gifu prefecture, Japan. Atsushi provides workshops on the east cost of the US, primarily Brooklyn and NYC. Together with his mother Keiko Futatsuya, whose company Sashi.co offers a variety of hand-made Sashiko Art, they focus on continuing the culture of Sashiko and passing this culture down to next generations.

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KORDAL STUDIO

Kordal Studio is a womenswear collection that fuses innovative forms and textures with functionality. We believe in creating quality, responsibly made garments that inspire creativity and authenticity. All of our pieces are designed and produced in an ethical manner by paying our workers a fair wage, designing garments that are not trend focused, and using natural, organic, and recycled textiles.

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INDI

indi is a line of clothing for children rooted in the tradition of natural indigo dyeing and techniques that have been passed down for generations. indi is designed to honor artisans and invest in the empowerment and education of kids in our communities. We started indi as a way to offer beautiful clothes for our little ones that represent the values we stand for—and the world we want them to grow up in.

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SANNGA

SANNGA is a gallery operated by Nana Yamasaki who owns a fashion company "Yamma Sangyo inc" in Tokyo, and a traditional weaving factory "Harappa" in Fukushima, Japan. SANNGA means “mountain and river” in Japanese. We present contemporary arts & designs inspired by traditional arts and crafts in Japan. “Our wish is to present contemporary arts and designs inspired by traditional art and crafts unlike anything you have ever seen before,”

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STUDIO 189

Studio 189 creates one-of-a-kind pieces that blend traditional African textiles with contemporary silhouettes. Co-founders Abrima Erwiah and Rosario Dawson work closely with Ghana based artisans whose techniques have been passed down for generations. The result is a collection of easy to wear pieces that celebrate African style with an accessible, modern approach.

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