Zach Sullivan of Romp Bags

March 12, 2024 — Interviews

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Noihsaf recently collaborated with Duluth Minnesota’s Zach Sullivan on a series of limited edition feedbags (now available on the site!). Read on to learn how ROMP Bags got its start and how Zach’s love of the outdoors turned into a career of sewing colorful bike accessories.

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Get to know Mark Smith Clarke of Brooklyn based archie. We talk about the new SS24 collection, finding inspiration on the subways of New York, and how Mark turned an interest in pattern making and a love of clothing into one of the most thoughtful clothing labels around.

It’s easy to get drawn into Erica Weiner’s work, the pieces she designs and sources are incredibly beautiful and clever. But it’s the storytelling and wit that will drop you down a rabbit hole that we can’t recommend enough. We talked with her about her latest inspirations, got some excellent jewelry advice and picked out some favorites from her Noihsaf shop.

With years of experience under her arm, artist Alyson Fox ventures into something new; setting up shop on the Oregon coast and a creating a new knitwear line, Brrr!

Carter Cooper knows that growth and change are constant in life; this is a key principle he applies to his creative endeavor Gone Limited. Gone (an acronym which stands for Growing Off Negative Energy”) is a core value of the brand. To Cooper, it’s all about taking what you are given in life (good or bad), and learning from it. We take a look at this Leadville, CO-based project and Carter’s process of reworking used clothes into new, refreshed takes…an approach that seamlessly ties into taking what you are dealt and making the best of it.

Meet Heather Cormack, the model-turned-holistic health coach who gracefully juggles her days between Recital, a chic boutique in Denver, CO (@shoprecital), and being a devoted mom to her adorable almost 4‑year-old daughter, Georgia, whom she raises with her musician husband.

Mother Tongue’s third issue of their biannual print magazine is still warm to the touch; it is that hot off the press. Inside? A continued exploration of the complexities of motherhood, and the identities and roles it inevitably uproots in its wake. The magazine, founded by friends Melissa Goldstein and Natalia Rachlin, is told through a visual language that is less concerned with polished aesthetic, but rather resonance and connection. In the wide abyss of parenting tips and women’s interest magazines, Mother Tongue offers refreshment — a slower way of wading through cultural, political, and societal topics through the nuanced eyes of motherhood, womanhood, and yes, even girlhood.

Featured Shop: Blaksands

July 11, 2022 — Interviews

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Seattle based vintage seller and photographer, Michelle, chats with us about her favorite Noihsaf score’s, what’s she’s always on the lookout for, and what she’s up to when she’s not curating her vintage finds.