Trained as an architect, Minneapolis designer Martha McQuade is known for her hand-dyed, gauzy fabrics and artfully constructed clothing. This month, she debuts her new ScarfShop online — a selection of large raw-edged scarves in organic cotton and sheer, lightweight wool. Her scarves make a bold style statement, and double as great seasonal transition pieces. Each piece is individually dyed and one-of-a-kind. (Now available,

HDH Swim

Designer Lisa Hackwith has made a name for herself with her minimalist, architectural designs for her clothing line, Hackwith Design House. Now she's lending her clean style and transitional design philosophy to swimwear. HDH Swim debuts this month with a dozen designs, including one-pieces and mix-and-match two-pieces, available in a white and black palette. Slightly sporty, sophisticated and flattering to a variety of body types, the swimwear is perfect for a swim at the Y or at the beach. (Launching Monday, hackwith Peloquin