( introducing )

i+w x crescent down works

5 extremely limited edition pieces.

Made in the USA, from conception to completion, under one roof.

( a brief history )

crescent down works

in 1974, after years of working in Eddie Bauer's first-ever Down Quality Control Lab, Anne Michelson decided to found Crescent Down Works, where she began producing vests and parkas to order in her own small shop located in Seattle's University District.today, nearly 50 years later, the small team at Crescent Down Works continues to make every single piece in-house, from pattern to finished garment, under one roof in their Seattle factory now run by Anne's daughter, Annie.every jacket and vest they make is a classic Northwest outerwear design, insulated with ethically sourced high-grade down, and paired with traditional fabrics that offer the perfect combination of durability and performance.

when it comes to how we approach a collaboration, our intent is always to work with like-minded people who share our passion for quality, sustainability, and producing domestically in America. but when it came to creating down garments, we knew we needed a little extra guidance, so there was only one place to go.

Crescent Down Works invited us to visit their home in Seattle, and as we walked into their production room, we were awestruck.

in some ways, it felt like walking into a time capsule -- not because it felt out of date, but because everything that they do feels perfectly timeless. they've made mostly the same jackets and vests since the 70's, transcending trends or fads, with very little need for adjustments.

now, leaning on their years of experience and expertise, we were able to create a collection of pieces that would have been impossible to make on our own.