Each of our resident members works out of their own studio space within our warehouse. Currently, space is available for local artisans and creatives. If you are interested in becoming a resident member of 25C, please contact us.
hiroko kurihara designs
Hiroko Kurihara Designs is a socially responsible company that offers unique high-quality textile creations. They strive to foster conscientious consumerism, encouraging people to consider the global and local impact of all their purchasing decisions. With every item sold another is donated, one for one, to a local non-profit that works with people who are homeless. Come see her high quality boiled wool apparel and home goods! Hiroko is the founding member of the 25th Street Collective.
2 Mile Wines
Two Mile began as a group of wine and food lovers with a passion for the moments surrounding an exceptional bottle of wine. 2 Mile Wines is grounded in building local grower relationships and honoring the land they work, as evidenced in 2 Mile’s continued investment in the highest quality fruit that California has to offer, produced nearly exclusively organically and biodynamically; in a love of “true” wine which bucks conventional technique; and in the love of friends and family which guides every decision. They make wine in Berkeley and Alameda, with grapes from Sonoma, Livermore, and the Central Coast. Visit their office for a tasting at the 25th Street Collective.
Current Resident Members
Platinum Dirt jackets are one of a kind, handmade out of reclaimed vintage auto upholstery from the genuine leather interiors of old luxury vehicles. Despite the jacket’s avant-garde appeal, the essence of Platinum Dirt can be summed up into one phrase: Mean and Green. The hood ornament zipper pull, VIN breast plate, and uniquely patterned interior lining add to the jacket’s distinct edge. Reusing leather stripped from vintage cars makes the jackets Green, environmentally friendly, and ensures that our landfills will be that much lighter. Platinum Dirt is that staple sustainable piece for high fashion and celebrity society, with the likes of Jamie Foxx, Jeremy Piven and Adrian Grenier sporting their own one of a kinds.
GhEttO GoLdiLocks uses exclusively recycled, re-used, rescued, and reclaimed materials to create unique and one-of-a-kind handmade pieces of wearable art.
email for information about pattern services — from sample development to tech packs, or come visit the collective to see designs in development or talk about your project.
When Marcus Quilter founded Marc Avenue in 2011, he believed that attention to detail was key- clothing must look good and remain a functional piece of art. Being an Artist himself, Marcus’ inspiration for the line is drawn from his passion for Art History from all around the world.
Why should women’s shoes be limited to the soulessly practical, and the monotonously sexy, when women are so much more? Walk our way for designs that are sophisticated, wearable, and made to last.
The Scorpion Sisters are Bay Area based designers who find inspiration in broken things and give them new life. We specialize in making one of a kind, handmade necklaces and earrings out of salvaged, found, and reclaimed materials. All of our airplant designs and terrariums are made using California grown plants and repurposed containers. We are committed to sustainable design and our furniture is eco-sourced and features upcycled materials. The Scorpion Sisters started refashioning, repurposing, and reimagining jewelry, furniture, and air plants in early 2011. We also offer terrarium and jewelry workshops and customized designs.
Since 2008, Ecologique Fashion has been on a mission to support a paradigm shift in the fashion industry by promoting regeneration and ethical business practices. In the effort of promoting a more ethical, transparent, and sustainable fashion industry, Ecologique Fashion provides public relations, marketing, and creative services to independent designers who make eco-friendly and socially responsible products.
Altana’s classical training in metalsmithing, education in art and design from The University of Illinois at Chicago, in conjunction with her opulence of self-taught techniques, begets unique styles of jewelry and wearable sculpture. Craftsmanship, discipline, and original interpretation of materials are of ultimate importance. Altana’s work originated from the desire to give, and share the gift of spirituality with others.