Martha’s career is rooted in a 20+ year industrial design practice. 15 years in NYC, five with Smart Design and 10 running her own studio, Able Design. In 2000 she leapt to San Francisco to lead the Global Convergent Technology practice for Razorfish. An award winning designer with numerous US patents, Martha’s work is widely published and in the permanent collection of the Cooper Hewitt.
Susanna’s design background is deeply grounded in over 25 years of hard core branding and communication design. Her extensive career spans exhaustive media, categories and cultures. Highlights include her role for the last 12 years as Co-Founder and Creative Director for Edenspiekermann, a design and strategic branding company of 80 people with offices in Berlin, Amsterdam and San Francisco.
Before Edenspiekermann, Susanna was a Creative Director of Wired Magazine’s book division and Creative Director for Interactive Advertising at Goodby, Silverstein and Partners, responsible for the launch of some of the first interactive ads for the web.
Her work has been awarded in both Europe and North America.
Seven woman brought seven friends on February 27th to celebrate the opening of our showroom for the release of our first editorial feature in 7x7 magazine.
Not for just any Harley ride, our luscious Bombshell can carry you from bike to ball with both elegance and edge.
Super heavy gauge knit cuffs with a tall collar to snuggle into.
It all about how it feels. Soft, luxurious but with function. Stay warm, look like a rocker and cover that lovely neck of yours. It’s bunny, honey.
Pirate shirt meets sweat shirt, but way sexier. This full and comfortable piece is a color blocked combination of leather and knit with big kangaroo pockets to pack your gum. Waist and collar are gathered. Hook and eye closure.
In body hugging leather/knit, our geometric tank flatters the silhouette with lengthening proportions. The knit sides and neck panel give the garment comfort and ease.
Think hot pant attached to skinny pant. Narrow and sexy, ankle length, slit up the back. 3/4 lined. Side zip closure.
A pencil skirt with a front zip for easy taxi entry. Back panel detailing, makes you look great leaving the room.
Hidden side zipper.
Slouchy but tailored, our trouser is disguised as a leather track pant. Side pockets, elastic waist. Wide stovepipe leg, generous length.
You love gloves, but you can’t tap Siri with covered fingers. You love t-shirts but they’re not finished enough. Our Cuff-t gives you the best of both.
The first thing you’ll reach for in your closet.
We’re lucky. We get the benefit of living and creating in two amazing cities. San Francisco for it’s beauty and spirit and Berlin for it’s fierceness and intellect.
Colors and textures from the “devil may care” fast driving, chain smoking, cocktail sipping 1960’s.
Brutalist architecture, Brancusi and Henry Moore bronzes, MGBs and brilliant Fench cerulean.
Patchwork landscapes from a jet window at 30,000 ft.
Early morning San Francisco fog.
Behind the camera lens – when we’re not – is Timothy Archibald. Timothy is an artist, a craftsman and has an amazing way of capturing the authentic stuff.
Georgene Shelton, our fearless Paris trained pattern maker who makes everything look better. Georgene works her magic from a studio on the fringes of the East Bay shipping yards.
Cecila Nelli with her razor sharp eye and Italian tongue is our secret weapon sourcing leather overseas.
Steven Heard, hardcore sample developer, scans, scales and plots from the depths of the SF Mission district.