Our Pick of the Week!
The Pendleton women’s Harding Archive Coat is a blast from the past, a vintage 1930s piece reimagined and brought back to life to honour our heritage and past American styles. Made with impeccable pattern detail and with blanket-weight jacquard fabric you will look eternally fashionable while remaining always warm.
A tradition of American craftsmanship started by one family over 100 years ago. In 1863 a young English weaver named Thomas Kay had a vision of raising his own sheep and producing his own wool in America. With no suitable land of his own, Kay set sail down the Atlantic seaboard and up the Pacific coast in search of the ideal location. After four-months at sea, Kay stopped in America’s newest state, Oregon. Upon settling, Kay built his own family-operated mill, teaching and eventually passing on the business to his eldest daughter Fannie.