360Sweater features an extensive collection of contemporary knitwear that is casual, yet dynamic by Leslie and Bruce Gifford
Created by Leslie and Bruce Gifford, 360SWEATER is one of the many loves these two share. Along with their lifelong relationship, Leslie and Bruce share a love for fashion. Both were born into the business of fashion and their combined love and passion for the industry provides for only the best results of their brand 360SWEATER.
A New York upbringing and West Coast lifestyle allows Leslie to tap into her enthusiasm for cashmere and creating casual, yet dramatic luxury knitwear. Not only does this couple create luscious cashmeres but accessories too. Having a background in manufacturing, Bruce is able to live up to Leslie’s expectations, as she also creates the accessories. The couple says, “We believe we have and settle for nothing less than creating the most exciting and extensive collection of contemporary knitwear. In just three years we have created a company and brand that is an important part of today’s contemporary mix.”
What will you find in the 360SWEATER brand? Prepare to fall in love with the fantastic colors in elegant silhouettes and wraps. Not only produced in cashmere but in silk, wool, linen and organic cotton. The first thing that will come to your mind is comfort and class.
The key to the success that is 360SWEATER is not only the story and ideas of Leslie and Bruce, but also the story about people. The brand is not only sustained by their product, but by employees, associates and showrooms around the world. Entering its fourth year of distribution in premium stores in the U.S., Canada and Europe. Corporate offices are located in both Los Angeles and New York.
Leslie and Bruce believe 360 degrees is one of nature’s magical numbers. It’s the number of degrees in a circle. “The circle is the only true shape in nature. There are no naturally occurring squares. Gravity dictates circles, whether the stars in the sky, the planet we call home or the ring we put on a loved one’s finger.”