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Excelsior, MN, 55331


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boast stories that are nothing short of spellbinding.

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Parajumpers is a project deriving from the cooperation between Ape and designer Massimo Rossetti, who has many years of experience as a designer of outerwear, and also as an importer of American brands for the Italian market. A meeting with a serving member of the 210th Rescue Squadron in an ill-famed bar in Anchorage, Alaska provided inspiration for  Massimo Rossetti’s latest creation. The result is an extremely innovative outerwear collection with highly technological components, designed above all else to be functional.

The men of the 210th Rescue Squadron, based in Anchorage, Alaska, are highly trained for extreme rescues and recoveries in the wildest, most remote and hostile corners of the Globe. Whether it be ships adrift at sea, rock-climbers stuck atop a 4,000-meter peak, or submariners sunk at unimaginable depths, these men are called to intervene.

They are the PJs - short for PARAJUMPERS. Tough and courageous, they are better trained than any other military corps, but most important, they use their skills and techniques to save lives



Excellence is a standard which transcends the test of time. For over a century Red Wing purpose-built footwear has been at the spearhead of innovation in the standard of excellence for work boots.

At the turn of the 20th century a shoe merchant named Charles Beckman in Red Wing, Minnesota saw a local necessity for shoes specifically designed for the demanding work of industries such as mining, logging and farming. The rigors of these jobs required footwear which was tough enough to outlast harsh working conditions, but Beckman envisioned a shoe that was also comfortable enough for the hardworking people who wore them. Beckman set out to develop work boots to fill this need and in 1905 he opened a company that would change the market. Beckman named his company Red Wing Shoes, and a new standard for excellence was born.

Over 110 years has passed since our founding and our commitment to producing only the highest grade footwear remains as unwavering as Beckman's vision. Our products consistently perform in environments spanning from the Mideast oil fields to the Midwest corn fields. Still headquartered in Red Wing, Minnesota, Red Wing boots protect workers in more than one hundred countries across the world, an accomplishment built by years of hard work, endurance, and the promise to never compromise on our quality.



The Barbour story began in 1894 in the Market Place in South Shields. Today the 5th generation family owned business remains in the North East, with Barbour's headquarters located in Simonside, South Shields. Although it sources products from around the globe, Barbour's classic wax jackets are still manufactured by hand in the factory in Simonside and each year over 100,000 jackets are processed via the central, subsidiary and local customer service operations.

Nevertheless, in whichever area the company now operates, it remains true to its core values as a family business which espouses the unique values of the British Countryside and brings the qualities of wit, grit and glamour to its beautifully functional clothing.


Swedish melancholy at it’s driest. Stutterheim creates beautiful yet functional rainwear in the highest quality. All coats are handmade using the finest craftsmanship and are characterized by simplicity, functionality and timeless design.

Feeling blue inspires creativity. What if August Strindberg, Ingmar Bergman, Karin Boye and hundreds of other famous Swedish artists had felt happy all the time? Would they have produced their fantastic work? No. Being melancholic is an essential part of being a human being. If we try too hard to get rid of melancholy it’s almost like we’re settling for a half-life. To embrace melancholy is ultimately to embrace joy.

Melancholy shouldn’t be confused with depression. Melancholy is an active state. When we’re melancholic, we feel uneasy with the way things are, the status quo, the conventions of our society. We yearn for a deeper, richer relationship with the world. And in that yearning, we’re forced to explore the potential within ourselves – a potential we might not have explored if we were simply content. Through our melancholy we come up with new ways of seeing the world and new ways of being in the world. Melancholy and creativity go together like ebony and ivory on a piano. 

Let’s embrace Swedish melancholy. 
Embracing rain is a good start. 



Belstaff is a global luxury lifestyle brand steeped in its unique British heritage and the spirit of adventure. In Belstaff, the fearless explorer and fashion enthusiast alike can discover an easy yet refined luxury for a modern lifestyle influenced by Belstaff's rich history and storied archives.

Founded in 1924, in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire England, with the innovation of the first water resistant wax cotton, Belstaff quickly became embraced by a group relishing the freedom and daring that the fabrics allowed. Over the years, the great and the good have worn the brand from historical titans T.E. Lawrence, Amelia Earhart and Che Guevara to more modern names like David Beckham, Jemma Kidd, Sarah Jessica Parker and British trial racer Sammy Miller. Belstaff’s classic belted 4-pocket jacket became an instantly recognizable stable for the racing set throughout the 20th Century.

Belstaff is now positioned as a British heritage brand centered around an identity of luxury sportswear and with expanded product categories including women's and men's ready to wear, outerwear, handbags, shoes and accessories.

City and country, man and machine, speed and freedom join together creating a distinct and unique lifestyle brand.


Emerson Fry

Emerson Fry believes in the beauty of the individual.  It is our intention to create beautiful, strong, functional pieces that enhance enjoyment of life.

We are a small independent family owned business. We focus on limited production runs each week of new and existing products.

Our line is produced domestically alongside smaller capsule collections using heritage techniques from carefully selected spots around the world. Our goal is to create jobs and support positive social, cultural and environmental shifts.



Loup is a Parisian-inspired women’s wear collection passionate about finding the perfect fit. Pulling vintage details from the wardrobes of icons like Jane Birkin, Brigitte Bardot and Audrey Hepburn, Loup combines a love of 1960’s Paris with a touch of modern ease. Designed with real women in mind, Loup has grown a cult following around their curve-friendly pants and works endlessly to continue improving the fit and feel of their clothing, which can be pretty life changing in a complicated world of bottoms. Loup is available worldwide and is made in New York City.

From start to finish, we know every person involved in making our clothing in New York City, and we find peace in being small and transparent. We don’t pad our company or prices with unnecessary excess, we keep things streamlined to benefit both our studio and your wallet. This gives us freedom to respond to your ever-changing needs quickly, without adding to the cost. We love being small, focused and free, and hope you love that about us too.

Keeping prices down and is all well and good, but most important is the product. We tired of never finding things that fit right, and keep working to improve the fit and feel of our clothing. In particular, we work endlessly to make the best fitting pants around. Higher waisted, built for curves and mostly with a little stretch, our pants are more than just hype. Try them and hopefully you’ll love them too!


billy reid

My story begins in Amite, Louisiana, a town whose names means friendship. There, my mother ran a ladies’ clothing store, located in my grandmother’s old farm house from the 1920s, with a huge front porch and a big bay window. It was a place where these women would come gossip and hang out and buy a bunch of really cool clothes. When you walked in there, it felt like home.

I design things I want to wear, and that fit into my life. I like the outdoors and getting my hands dirty. I like old-fashioned techniques and have a love of antiques. I am a Southerner and that certainly influences my life and work. I love the cornbread I grew up eating (and am happy to share my favorite recipe). You can often find me listening to the great songs recorded by Aretha Franklin, the Black Keys and more, Just down the road at FAME studios in Muscle Shoals.

I am traditionalist at heart. I start with classic American clothing, and take it in a modern direction… that still stays true to the traditional. I think through every button, every thread, every stitch. Some people on our team call it considered clothing for the modern soul. I just call it good clothing, made with integrity so you can look and feel your best, no matter when and where you wear it. My name is on everything we make, and I take pride in that. I hope you will, too.


Rodd & gunn

My story begins in Amite, Louisiana, a town whose names means friendship. There, my mother ran a ladies’ clothing store, located in my grandmother’s old farm house from the 1920s, with a huge front porch and a big bay window. It was a place where these women would come gossip and hang out and buy a bunch of really cool clothes. When you walked in there, it felt like home.