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Gabriela Coll No. 97 Loro Piana Fine Wool Shirt, Black

Gabriela Coll

Gabriela Coll No. 97 Loro Piana Fine Wool Shirt, Black

Price: $608

This is ultra fine suiting wool from Loro Piana, made to be worn year round, for all seasons. Flattering v-neck, tailored, but easy to wear. Classic, minimal, and impeccably fit.

Gabriela Coll No. 98 Loro Piana Fine Wool Trouser, Black

Gabriela Coll

Gabriela Coll No. 98 Loro Piana Fine Wool Trouser, Black

Price: $593

This is ultra fine suiting wool from Loro Piana, made to be worn year round, for all seasons. A straight leg with clean front, they make a sleek silhouette. Unusual zip finish for non-lumpy pockets. Classic, minimal, and impeccably fit.

Gabriela Coll No. 72 Sendra Boots, Black

Gabriela Coll

Gabriela Coll No. 72 Sendra Boots, Black

Price: $780

This handcrafted boot made from Spanish leather is modeled after a very specific cowboy style sourced by Ms. Coll, adapted and modified to fit her minimalist point of view. 2.5" heel. Half sizes, size up.

Gabriela Coll No. 17 Hoof Bag, Brown

Gabriela Coll

Gabriela Coll No. 17 Hoof Bag, Brown

Price: $670

Gabriela Coll's hoof bag is really for the person looking for iconoclastic pieces. Made from the finest Spanish leather, it gets better with age. One large central compartment, with two additional pockets within those. Very special. 13" h x 14" w x 12" d; handle drop 7.5".

Gabriela Coll No. 5 Large Bag, Black

Gabriela Coll

Gabriela Coll No. 5 Large Bag, Black

Price: $608

A minimal, architectural bag with unusual proportions. Eminently usable, it feels right as both a work or everyday bag. Three compartments, one zippered. Made beautifully from Spanish leather. 8.5" h x 16" w x 5" d; handle drop 8.5".

Based in Barcelona, ES, Gabriela Coll somehow seems more aligned with adjacent disciplines than directly with clothing design. Perhaps it's the sense of restraint evident in her work, and the definitive sense of proportion. Or the taxonomical way she numbers each collection and style, always referring to her archive when considering the new. Each collection is pared down to an essential idea, could be a color, textile, or current wardrobe need. It somehow makes it more exciting to consider how each piece goes with every other element in a given group. And how each could potentially work with the next.