In a blanket statement about our latest Nike collaboration, the magazine ranked the Nike7 Blanket #5 in their Best of the West - touting its striking design and philanthropic ways.
To Make(over) Your Bed "go for an interesting blanket." They don’t get any more interesting than a Pendleton jacquard - as evidenced by our Sawtooth Ridge Throw (no longer available).
The publication heralded Pendleton’s does-good-things collaboration with Nike. Proceeds from the N7 Blanket benefit Nike’s N7 Fund, and through Pendleton, the American Indian College Fund.
The issue took note of our jacquard journals. The trio, covered with iconic blanket patterns, made the "Fresh Picks" gift list.
Vogue hitched a ride on the 2013 limited edition Ural Gaucho Rambler. Designed in collaboration with Pendleton, the motorcycle comes with our "Journey West" blanket.
Of course we made the magazine’s "Offbeat Plaids" list. After all, plaids have been our business for almost a century and nobody does them better. Our grey/chipotle lambswool throw spices up any room.
The magazine’s "You Know You Want It" Gift Guide wouldn’t be complete without our wildly popular, gotta-have Spa Towels.
Namaste to our Thomas Kay Throw. In a spread on gifts that pamper and indulge, the magazine honored the pure virgin wool luxury of our houndstooth blanket.
Holiday Edition ’13
Southern hospitality includes hot beverages served in our Tartan Mugs. They were featured as a stylish upgrade to your holiday table spread. The issue also showcased our Fringed Throw.
COWBOYS AND INDIANS
We made two Gift Guide lists this year. The talk of the town was our cherry wood iPhone 5 Case, featured as a Stocking Stuffer. The Kids’ Gift list included our Coyote Butte Layette Set and Chief’s Road Hooded Towel.
Our Chinle Toss Pillow was invited to the magazine’s housewarming party - one of only 16 distinguished guests in an article on a "cozy home for under $100." (Chinle Toss Pillow no longer available.)
Our Grateful Nation Blanket was honored in a segment on "Gifts that Give." Donations from each sale go to The Fisher House™ Foundation to help injured U.S. soldiers and their families.
When entrepreneur Robert Keith heard the call of the wild he built a vacation log cabin in Idaho – he choose our Arrowhead Blanket and Shams to give the bedroom an authentic frontier ambience.
COWBOYS AND INDIANS
Guys and gals made the cut this month! She walks a line between country casual and night-on-the-town chic with our Summit Denim Shirt over a lace skirt. He’s at home on the range or city streets in our Santa Fe Stripe Jacket.
Leader of the pack! Our Native American-inspired jacquard sets the Coyote Butte Backpack apart from the crowd of bags featured in this issue.
Keeping things in proportion, our Heceta Jacquard Pants from The Portland Collection gave the issue’s "Elements of Style" a unique and unmistakable Pendleton twist. (Heceta Jacquard Pants no longer available.)
LADIES HOME JOURNAL
The "bold Southwestern pattern" of Pendleton’s The Portland Collection Tolovana Dress shines front and center in a piece on "Santa Fe Style."
Our Chaparral Cape over skinny dark-wash jeans raised the bar on the casual dress code at last fall’s cookout. The outfit is as yummy as the s'mores! (Chaparral Cape no longer available.)
Musicians have worn our plaid shirts since the 1960s. Today, the Black Lips’ Alexander Cole really rocks the Pawpine Shirt from our Thomas Kay Collection, warranting a callout in the men’s fashion bible.
"Extra plushness" earned Pendleton’s Chief Joseph Spa Towel a place on the magazine’s "Best Beach Towels" list. They also loved the classic pattern!