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Industry of All Nations Autumn/ Winter 2011 products
n stores starting 9/2011
Made in Mexico City
These shoes are known to have brought the utmost comfort to generations
retouched design, we carry on this tradition in
a natural rubber sole
shoe made in
Cabrales slippers were once only easily available to patrons of those small,
Mexico. They are shoes that lived in
among the feet of the older
who commonly purchased them.
Industry of All Nations now presents them in a new light to the everyman of any nation
NOW PREVIEWING AT HOLLYWOOD RANCH MARKET IN TOKYO. AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE SEPTEMBER 2011.
Alpaca sweaters -
Knitted by hand in Bolivia
ndustry of All Nations works with a cooperative in La Paz, Bolivia, that focuses on the creation
finished products with Bolivian natural fibers.
With the industrialization of native products, this type of sweater can now be found in
markets of many South American countries, machine made, out of all
synthetic fibers, resulting
a product far removed from its soulful origins. IOAN is
resurfacing the original methods of
manufacturing, producing 100% alpaca sweaters
hand made by artisans.
Alpaca is a hypo-allergenic wool native to the highlands of Bolivia and Peru. It
comes in various
natural colors ranging from soft greys and blacks to browns,
beiges and whites. Being a hollow
core fiber, alpaca acts as an effective thermal
insulator, while allowing the body to breathe
beneath the garment.
The alpaca wool comes from the alpaca animal. The alpaca is a type of llama that
lives in the
Andes Mountains in South America. The alpaca is part of the camelidae
family and is closely
related to the well-known llama.
The Incas sought refuge from the Spanish and took a limited number of these
to the heights of the Andes. If this had not happened, there may
not be very many alpacas today.
They are now plentiful in the wild at a population
of about 3.5 million.
Industry of All Nations jeans - naturally dyed - hand loomed organic selvedge denim -
Made in India
In collaboration with a community of innovators who have been perfecting this millenary
Industry of All Nations presents the world's first collection of naturally dyed,
jeans from 100% organic denim.
Our dye house, located in Southeast India, employs a natural process that eliminates the use
petrochemicals and offers almost no contamination.
NOTE: IOAN JEANS WILL NOT BLEED MORE THAN YOUR REGULAR PAIR OF JEANS.
Porteños saddle loafers -
Made by hand in Buenos Aires
Handmade in Buenos Aires by one of the only original high-end shoemakers left in the city,
Industry of All Nations presents this all saddle leather, hand-shaped and hand-stitched loafer.
Available colors: saddle, brown and black.
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