Clothing » Handmade Lookup

These websites offer good handmade, indie designer, and custom clothing for men and women.  There is range of prices and diverse styles, but it’s all high quality.  Entries display in the order they were entered, most recent first.  You can scroll through everything, or Open Clothing to see the subcategories.  Browsing is easy.  Just hover your cursor over an image and click to see an excerpt of the artist’s profile, plus links you click to see all the places that artist has products (e.g., Shopping Portal, Etsy, Amazon). And, to shop specific accessories from multiple sites all at once, click over to Shopping Portal/Clothing.

Photo of JAK Designs JAK Designs

Hand Loomed Knitwear JAK Designs began in 1997 in a tiny rooftop studio apartment in San Francisco’s Mission District. After almost 2 decades of traveling the country and showing their work at juried art shows, Jen and Tanya opened their own shop in beautiful Kennebunkport, Maine in 2015. JAK knitwear is created manually, using a bed of 200 needles and an array of hand tools, with thorough attention to detail and quality, using natural, organic and sustainable yarns.…

Photo of Emerson Fry Emerson Fry

Indy Clothing & Shoes

Emerson Fry believes in the beauty of the individual. Our mission is to enhance self expression with minimal impact on our surroundings.

We are focused on eclectic modernism drawing from the merge of cultural influences. It is our intention to create strong, beautiful, functional pieces that speak to a customer seeking a connection to her clothes.

Photo of Blackbird Tees Blackbird Tees

Hand-Screened Original Art Tees Hello! I'm Jody, and I'm the designer and illustrator behind Blackbird Tees. Karl, my sweet, bearded boyfriend, helps out behind the scenes with inventory, wholesale, and accounting. We're self-taught in every aspect of the business, and we put an enormous amount of thought into the design, printing, and photography of each item.…

Photo of Indigenous Designs Indigenous Designs

Organic & Fair Trade Fashion The vision to style the world in organic, fair trade fashion was founded over a decade ago.  On a trip to South America back in 1993  Scott Leonard – co-founder of Indigenous along with Matt Reynolds  -  encountered the priceless beauty of clothes produced by local artisans.  The richness of the culture and the amazing knitting techniques prompted him to bring back more than a souvenir to his Northern California home. …

Photo of Evelyn Fields Evelyn Fields

Handmade Clothing for ChildrenI love designing clothes. I start with an idea and sketch it out a bunch of different ways, deciding which I like best. I then draft the pattern (my favorite part) and make a variety of sizes by adding half an inch here and there, use my French curve to get lovely curves and square all the corners to ensure the seems will line up.…

Photo of Cynthia Ashby Cynthia Ashby

Cynthia Ashby grew up in southern California canyon land surrounded by open fields and rocky mountains. She left this natural environment for Chicago to attend the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. There, she was inspired by the passage of time seen in the changing architecture styles and in the colors seen across the urban landscape—the patinas of exposed and aging metals and other materials.…

Photo of Frittelli & Lockwood Frittelli & Lockwood

Handwoven Clothing & Accessories Cecilia Frittelli and Richard Lockwood have been involved with textiles for decades, married since 1984, full-time business partners since 1990 and parents of two children, a cat and a dog.  We work in our studio/gallery space called Textile Studio, located at the north end of the Arts District at 143 Grand Ave in Saratoga Springs, New York.…

Photo of Elisabethan Elisabethan

Clothes & Accessories Made from Recycled Fabrics Who makes these clothes? Designer/recycler, Elisabeth Delehaunty leads a small but hearty team of cutters and stitchers. Rooting among mountains of forgotten things, Elisabeth unearths treasure--past fabric gems awaiting rediscovery. An obsession for finding these “experienced textiles” compliments her desire not to add any more “new stuff” to the world.…

Photo of Blue Fish Clothing Blue Fish Clothing

From the beginning of the design process, people are involved hand and heart. Since 1986, when Jennifer Barclay began making clothing in her parents’ garage, every single piece of the hundreds of thousands of Blue Fish garments that have been made have been printed by an artisan’s hand. The design process begins with concepts and ideas that are sketched by hand then move through many steps and are transformed into the reality of beautiful, collectible garments.…

Photo of Giselle Shepatin Giselle Shepatin

Giselle Shepatin is best known for the distinctive handwovens she creates in her San Francisco studio using exotic yarns she selects from around the world and often hand dyes, creating colorways that range from saturated Old Masters palettes to audacious brights and take-charge neutrals. Arresting texture/color mixtures are Shepatin's signature. Every season she offers her customers related separates in one-of-a-kind interpretations done in cotton, silk, suede, linen, velvet, tulle, and wool melton, sparked by handwoven and hand-knit accents.…

Photo of Lamixx Lamixx

From concept, design, pattern to finish, working around the clock to ensure high quality clothing and personal 1 to 1 customer care. From a small minmal studio in sunny California, I started lamixx with a passion to create clothing I would truly love to wear, with price consciousness, comfort and minimal casual chic at the core..…

Photo of Amour Sans Anguish Amour Sans Anguish

One-of-a-Kind Eco-Friendly Clothing Armour sans Anguish garments are constructed entirely from recycled and reclaimed materials. We embrace the tattered and disheveled quality of vintage materials and try to imbue each garment with the spirit of using what is already out in the world, creating a sustainable, Eco-conscious approach to wearable couture. If you're cool with unfinished, raw edges, asymmetry, and wearing fabrics that possess a unique history, then we're cool with you!…

Photo of Alexandra Grecco Alexandra Grecco

Classic Nostalgic Clothing Alexandra Grecco released her first collection in the Spring of 2010, finding inspiration in the designs of eras past and cinematic landscapes, both real and imaginary.  Based in Brooklyn, Grecco creates classic, feminine designs that, while rooted in nostalgia, achieve a sense of timelessness.  She proudly produces her clothes in New York's garment district and endeavors to create heirloom quality garments that last.…

Photo of Alfredo Falcon Alfredo Falcon

Handwoven Alpaca Clothes and Accessories I was born in the capital of Peru on August 7, 1968. When I was but a small child I learned from my parents the best weaving techniques – like me, they had learned them from their own parents. This makes us a family entirely devoted to the world of

Nowadays I combine weaving by hand and on classic machinery, remaining true to Inca and colonial motifs.…

Photo of Old Port Wool & Textile Co. Old Port Wool & Textile Co.

Wool Capes, Coats and Blankets Every one of the fine woolens from Old Port Wool and Textile Co. reflect the quality and style possible only when a piece is individually handcrafted. Old Port Wool and Textile Co. is family owned and run. Everything we make is designed, cut, stitched, and shipped from our factory studio and retail storefront in Portland, Maine.…

Photo of Gaia Conceptions Gaia Conceptions

Eco-Friendly Organic Clothing Our goals at Gaia Conceptions are to ensure our clothing materials and production methods are rooted in sustainability and our garment designs are beautiful, comfortable, and highly versatile.  This means observing every step involved with making a garment, from seed to shirt.  We are continually tweaking our system to the highest standard.  Often similar to the Slow Foods Movement, Slow Clothing focuses on organic materials, a mindful supply of energy, and artisan quality goods and services.…

Photo of Emily Ryan Emily Ryan

Independent Fashion Designer I am an independent designer located in Portland, Oregon. I have been designing custom and retail pieces since 2001, and have participated in many fashion shows over the years. Currently, I produce two small collections per year as well as custom one-of-a-kind pieces. I love modern sculptural designs that explore texture and shape, as well as artistic, comfortable, and cozy designs.…

Photo of Babooshka Boutique Babooshka Boutique

Custom Made High-Style Shirts, Skirts, Dresses Babooshka graduated fashion school in 2005. After completing design school she opened her first shop later that year.  Within the first few months of being open Babooshka earned a lot of respect in the Philadelphia fashion community.  Lots of press soon came her way. Babooshka was the first fashion feature on only the second day of DailyCandy.com Philadelphia.…

Photo of Ahpeele Ahpeele

Clothes and Art with Japanese themes (AdAm talking) We met in 2001 shortly after 9/11. Hiromi and some school friends were taking a tour of Boston. I was one of those cheesy tourist trap tour photographers. Fortunately Hiromi and friends were literally the only people taking a tour that day. So I had plenty of time for my sales pitch and to meet Hiromi.…

Photo of Loominus Woodstock Loominus Woodstock

Handwoven Chenille Jackets, Scarves & Throws Our Collection of Wearable Art jackets is renowned for its impeccable tailoring, LOOMINUS WOODSTOCK, designed by Marsha Fleisher, has been creating art-to-wear scarves for men & women for over twenty years in the Hudson Valley of New York. Exploring the mysterious nature of rayon chenille, mixing it with imported cashmere, and an occasional touch of fur has kept Loominus at the forefront of the luxury accessory market.…

Photo of Pretty Birdie Pretty Birdie

Hemp & Sustainable Textile Clothing Pretty Birdie is separated into 3 main categories Bamboo Basics, Hemp Essentials and Organic wedding gowns. Pretty Birdie’s Bamboo Basics is a simple, easy to wear line of everyday, elegant pieces made from Organic Bamboo. Pretty Birdie’s Hemp Essentials is where you will find my Suits and more structured pieces all made from different fabrics featuring amazing, sustainable hemp.…

Photo of Slow Loris Studio Slow Loris Studio

Hand Screened Original Art Tee Shirts Slow Loris came to life in Oakland, California in the spring of 1997. Inside a very small storage room in the basement garage of an old cannery building, the very first t-shirts were printed. After graduating from CCAC in 1998, Slow Loris founder Jessica Lynch left Oakland and returned home to Washington state.…

Photo of Econica Econica

Handmade Lingerie Designing clothes is my passion. Being obsessed with everything organic and pure I strive to use as many natural and organic materials in my creations as possible. My fabrics are carefully selected from different sources around the world and I design, make patterns and sew everything from scratch to create unique and comfortable pieces you would end up wearing again and again.…

Photo of Leather Waves Leather Waves

Hello and welcome to the Leather Waves virtual store. Many of you may know us from our well-known location in Malibu California where we have been doing business since 1975. For those of you who are new, we look forward to crafting a long and happy relationship. Many of our clientele has been with us for decades!…

Photo of Xenotees Xenotees

Xenotees all began with a few ideas in a sketchbook. Now you can find my work all over the world! Everything is made in the USA, & hand-screened in my Philadelphia studio. My original designs are available on women’s, men’s & children’s clothing, along with canvas tote bags, jersey scarves, Pima pillowcases, & tea towels.

Photo of Raincoat Lady Raincoat Lady

Iris Mansard is a fashion designer, well known in Europe and USA since the 80ies.  Born the 27th may 1946 in Linz (Austria) in a bourgeois family she has to move in the age of 7 for a little village in the south of Munich en Germany. She discover her love for nature and a deep osmosis which will help her all her life to stay grounded and in the same time linked to a fulfilling mysticism. …