We didn’t ask the Owner why he have call his Brand ” Maison Cornichon” (and we are sure there’s a good reason) but what a strange name for a Clothing Company “Maison Cornichon” !

On the other hand, what a Nice Concept !

Just take a simple idea, a simple piece of the wardrobe (the tee) and create something Great out of it. That’s what the Guys at Maison Cornichon have done, they decided to produce regular tees but Made in France on old 50′ machines with French fabrics made on old shuttle loom machines !!!!

The result is has we could expect it, nice fits (Classic & Heritage) made from top quality fabrics (one by one rib, natural cotton, extra heavy jersey).

The name of the Brand don’t take itself too seriously but the Products are SERIOUSLY of HIGH QUALITY !

 

Soon in store & online…..

 

 


New York based Fashion and lifestyle photographer Kava Gorna understands the allure of beautiful butts.

When seeing her work you can see that she got a really obsession for vintage denim and women butts…

A while ago she released a book, “100 Cheeks,” where she pays homage to her obsessions….

Most of Gorna Work appear mostly without retouching. There’s a diversity of body types present, and sensuality envelops them all.


When Molehill Goods Owner decided to launch his Brand, the original idea was simple: the product should live with the owner, becoming a record of the passing time and of the experiences.

At Molehill Goods, they believe that items of excellent quality should last for life. And life is a process of constant discovery.

Molehill inspires you to experience life anew. The natural, the wild and the raw become part of the everyday. Adventure becomes synonymous with lifestyle.

With the goal of maintaining the formal simplicity, they started creating them products by choosing the most appropriate, natural materials. They refer to the basic needs and they focus on craftsmanship. They know that the more thought, effort and time is put into the creation of an item, the closer to perfection the results are, and the closer to perfection the final product is. They are constantly discovering better ways, striving for the best.

Them emphasis is on precision, which affects the aesthetics and durability of items. Using the potential of local artisans, they turn to the traditional values of craftsmanship.

They go back to the roots.