Sarah Rich


by , 05/06/06


If you follow eco fashion, you’ll already be familiar with Rogan Gregory’s small treasury of apparel labels, including his namesake denim line, the elegant and organic Loomstate and it’s better known sibling, Edun, and most recently the higher-brow A Litl Betr. And despite what seems like a thinly-spread designer, it’s hard to find fault with any of Rogan’s lines. The same holds true as he makes his way into the furniture sector. Rogan Objects reflects a similar romantic utilitarian aesthetic, incorporating cold-formed flat bar steel, cast aluminum and bronze, reclaimed wood, vintage leather, and of course, denim.

The furniture collection has that rugged, imperfect – and yet somehow glamorous – look that characterizes so many country-chic American brands. It’s the kind of furniture you could build a house around.

+ Rogan Objects

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