Feb 18 2015

New Spring 2015 Season Arrival (Part1/3)

March 1 marks the arrival of Alite's Spring 2015 Line. The collection is full of new colors and prints of your favorite designs. Part 1 of 3 updates will give you a sneak peak into the new collection starting with one of our best selling products - The Meadow Mat.

Big thanks to Anna-Alexia Basile for the photography, and the Marin Headlands for being so damn gorgeous!

 

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Feb 03 2015

February Gallery Show

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Please join us for an evening celebrating photography and the allurement of being outdoors. Tiny Atlas Quarterly and Alite Designs are coming together to put on an exhibit at The Scott Ellsworth Gallery featuring explorers, photographers, and artists from around the world.

What: #LOVEmytinyatlas Photo Show currated by Emily Nathan and Michael O'Neal
When: February 13 - March 16 from 6 - 9 PM
Where: The Scott Ellsworth Gallery @ The Alite Outpost 3376 18th Street, SF

  • Category: Alite News, Outside 101, Get Out, Liquid Courage, Specials, Events

Dec 16 2014

The Alite Workshop:

We're thrilled to let you know that the Mini Bike to the Beach Bag is here to stay! It has officially joined our Made in San Francisco Small Batch Family, and is smaller, sleeker, and ready for any field trip you're dreaming about for 2015.

New colorways were inspired by the tones of everything from fish gills to black orchid varieties. Just like the other products in our Made in SF line, we are proud to boast that the construction of this bag is executed locally in San Francisco, most of it right here at the Alite Workshop.

Jean and Jenn are the Alite seamstresses that were a large part of the wizardry behind these bags. They have cut, sewn, riveted, packaged, and chatted for days on end to bring these bags to you:

 

 

The photos for the Mini Bike to the Beach were shot at Shelldance Orchid Gardens located in the quaint city of Pacifica, CA. Caydie McCumber and her team of experts came into the nursery with no idea of its true beauty and diversity. The shoot went by way too fast, and the photo team therefore contemplated re-locating offices for the week.

 

 

Check out more photos and information on the product page for the Mini BIke to the Beach Bag here.

  • Category: Alite News, Outside 101, Get Out, In the Wild

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