Hackwith Design House for Wilson & Willy's
Lisa Hackwith launched Hackwith Design House last year and has focused on re-inventing the traditional ready-to-wear process - and your closet - by launching impeccably tailored, limited edition apparel pieces that are destined to become the workhorse of your wardrobe.
While the Hackwith Design House brand has exploded on it's own, the most impressive aspect is the team's dedication to quality, improvement, and American made. Each collection is better than the next, and they have also launched Makers Alongside, a limited edition boutique that is designed to celebrate and support other makers.
Lisa's team designs and sews the collection in a studio in the North Loop of Minneapolis, The COMN, which happens to be across the street from the (soon-to-be-opening!) Wilson & Willy's brick & mortar shop.Team W&W also worked out of The COMN this summer, making the collaboration an obvious choice.
When we thought about what HDH for W&W should be, we decided to use our collective resources to create an entirely American made product. We took a trip out to Faribault Mill with Lisa & Erin this past summer to pick from selvage wool and then Lisa started to design and iterate the collection in the studio. We fell in love at the first sketch, but it has been amazing to see the collection come to life - and the products are so much better than we could have ever imagined.
Everything (down to the tags!) in each item is American made - which is pretty special. But what we really love is that you feel like you're wearing a warm and cozy blanket, but it just happens to be impeccably tailored and designed.