Paolo Vitale: Belts Handmade in Italy

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Paolo Vitale is a family owned company started by Giovanni Forleo in 1989, as small business focusing on handcrafted accessories. By the year of 1996 the company was formed into the brand Paolo Vitale, a name that came from the current owners grandfather. By the year of 2002 the grandsons of Paolo Vitale inherits the company which brings the company …

Knit Picks from Kinross Cashmere

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Paul Simon Women just unpacked a big shipment from Kinross Cashmere. The colors are so gorgeous and they feel amazing. Come grab your size before they are gone! View this post on Instagram A post shared by Paul Simon Women (@paulsimonwoman) on Sep 14, 2020 at 5:22am PDT Their Philosophy Rather than follow fleeting trends, their passion is to create original …

L.E.N. Belts: Classic Cool, buffed to perfection

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At L.E.N. each day is spent arranging the very best thoughts and ideas, design, workmanship, and leathers from around the globe. Whether you’re in search of a fun casual belt with a sporty edge and border stitch, or one of their timeless classics, there’s a variety of leather and color options for you. A beautiful belt can express your individuality, bring a …

The Goose is Loose at Paul Simon

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About All Golden Goose men’s sneakers convey their own personality, ready to become the headliners of unique looks full of individuality. Their research trip for the Spring Summer 2020 collection continues in Texas, where classic elements of the iconography of the Lone Star State merge with the elegant and versatile design of our shoes. Check out the new Golden Goose …

Brackish for Women is Here!

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Introducing Brackish Jewelry at Paul Simon Women Launched in 2015, Brackish began as a company known for handcrafting Turkey feathers into bow ties. For years, founders Ben and Jeff, have stayed true to the core value of the company, respectfully repurposing the beauty of nature. As the company began to grow, they incorporated feathers from peacocks, guineas and pheasants. They …