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New Kids on the Block: Winston Menswear

Hello blogosphere!

 

    This is Corrin from Winston: newborn baby in the land of quality menswear. We are just beginning to grow our Novato-based brand, but are familiar with the grueling (yet rewarding) process every start-up must face. Sam Kraus founded Chromaculture, a screen-printing company, in 2009.  Now Chromaculture serves a wide variety of Bay Area businesses. We hope to establish the same type of loyal cliental for Winston. We design and produce clothing and accessories that accentuate a value driven lifestyle. From key chains to axe covers, we are doing our best to stay classic and functional!

   Winston features essentials for the fashion-aware man. We know each of you is guilty of owning at least one Apple product and we’ve got you covered with laser cut, hand edged, waxed and finished leather iPhone and iPad covers. Not to mention, our plethora of totes and bags contain built-in laptop sleeves. Then we’ve got the five-panel Winston cap that I’m mildly obsessed with. Throw in an essential cotton tee made in San Francisco from organic California cotton. A dash of premium leather belts and wallets and you’ve got the makings of a promising Marin-based brand. Capiche? Capiche.

   All workings of our company take place in our Bel Marin Keys studio. Our materials are from U.S. suppliers making us, well, a Made in America company. We strive to make lasting products, while supporting the local economy. We can’t wait to be a part of Marin’s small business community.  

  Visit us at winstonmade.com to see the products aforementioned. Also, come see us at The Fairfax Garage, where we are full-time vendors!

 

 Thanks for reading,

 Corrin 

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