While staying at the Casa Mae Hotel in The Algarves, we found the Mishmash stationery Brand.
Mishmash is an office supply brand that was born from the nostalgia of its founder. The inspiration came from her grandfather’s old stationery store, where all of her childhood, she was surrounded by the smell of paper. From an old love story to lost pieces of paper and vintage envelopes, mishmash came along to change the world of stationery by giving design enthusiasts the unique products they have always wanted.
As a consequence of years of research and knowledge of editorial design, mishmash aims to fill a gap in the exploration of concepts related to stationery. With limitless innovation in a stagnant market, Mishmash always try to trigger the creativity in every soulful mind.
The Mishmash collection isn’t about bringing back to live old note books or other.
Mishmash use the same approach to the note books that old companies had 100 years ago but with an eye on today demands and design.
Dawson Denim is the result of 20 years experience working with Denim. Created by Kelly Dawson and Scott Ogden, they produce all the products by themselves in them workshop in Brighton on the South Coast of England.
They have started the Brand in 2012 with the goal to create a collection of denim workwear inspired from the Past but with today improvements.
The Brand is really creating beautiful pieces that will last long in your wardrobe.
We especially love the Deck Pants.
A Pants inspired by the trousers worn by the US Navy from the 1930’s to the 1940’s. The Pants is made from a 10 oz indigo dyed neppy selvedge, a copy of a pre 1930’s quality – Woven on Japanese Imamura looms developed in the 1920’s.
At Supra-Quintessence, we love vintage watches, so when we have learned about Baltic Watches, we were positively surprised.
Baltic Watches in a new vintage inspired watches company.
Baltic Watches is a family of watch connoisseurs with a passion for traditional craftsmanship. They believe the most timeless and desirable watches are often the simplest however, it seems many modern watch brands add unnecessary complexity to their designs.
For this reason we decided to create Baltic Watches. They want to focus on a more authentic approach, bringing together the purest watchmaking techniques to create a vintage-inspired timepiece for your wrist.
The results are neo-vintage, 1940’s-style watches with mechanical movements and well-proportioned cases inspired by the traditional Step Case watch (recognisable by its distinctive ridge or step surrounding the hesalite glass).
A negative point is that most of the Baltic Watches movements are Made in China. We are sure that those movements aren’t bad but if you already assembling all the watches in France, why not buying Swiss movements ?
For sure the watches would have been more expensive, but on the other hand, people agree to pay more for real quality….