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6397

6397

Stella Ishii is the founder of 6397 and co-owner of The NEWS, a New York based fashion showroom respected for its eclectic selection of designer brands with originality and soul. 
6397, an alphanumeric rendering of N-E-W-S on a telephone keypad, is an extension of The NEWS showroom - a reflection of Stella’s own personal style, as well as that of the women who work alongside her. Its design philosophy is driven by real life, celebrating the spirit of individuality and community – with a special nod to youth and counterculture.


A.L.C.

A.L.C.

After growing up in Manhattan, training at Parson’s School of Design and living in France and Africa, Andrea Lieberman exploded onto the styling scene when she put Jennifer Lopez in that Versace dress. Drawing from her international travels and experiences with her roster of celebrity clientele, she launched A.L.C. in 2009 to create the versatile, beautifully crafted staples women's wardrobes were missing. 
Aesther Ekme

Aesther Ekme

Aesther Ekme focuses on women's leather goods that combine functional and sculptural aesthetics, made with elevated craftsmanship and responsible sourcing. The idea of ‘functional aesthetics’ runs through every piece, which carries in its DNA a desire to push the boundaries of classic shapes, adapted to modern needs.
    
With Aesther Ekme’s refined aesthetic and emphasis on simplicity and functionality, a careful selection of the highest quality material is a priority for the brand. Working with top graded leathers from LWG (Leather Working Group) certified tanneries, who promote and develop sustainable, eco-friendly, and appropriate environmental practices within the leather tanning industry.
Agolde

Agolde

AGOLDE is a fashion-forward denim label, experimental in both approach and design.

Continually seeking inspiration from the classics, the AGOLDE design collective sets out to recreate them with a modern reinterpretation in mind. An AGOLDE silhouette offers the authenticity and rarity found in discovering the perfect vintage pair. As they continue to aspire and push boundaries, AGOLDE draws influences globally from many directions of today’s emerging artists, creatives, and individuals.

Alexis

Alexis

ALEXIS is a high-end womenswear line established in 2008 by mother-daughter team Ana and Alexis Barbara. Together, the fabulous power duo designs for the woman that embraces all aspects of femininity, sophistication, and elegant ease.

The spirit of the ALEXIS brand echoes the personal style of Ana and Alexis, their worldly travels and passion for vintage has played an integral role in shaping their design style and aesthetic into what it is today.

Alix of Bohemia

Alix of Bohemia

Inspired by the mid-century Bohemians of Paris and the Bloomsbury Group, Alix Verley-Pietrafesa picked up a needle and began making clothes by hand. Seeking to create pieces that reflected the free-spirited muses of her studies and facilitated adventure, her label was formally established in London in 2009.

Alix currently resides in New York and sews daily in her Atelier with her team, producing limited runs, one-of-a-kind pieces and custom commissions by appointment. In 2018, Alix of Bohemia expanded beyond her bespoke pieces, and began designing and producing collections for the annual seasons.

American Vintage

American Vintage

Established in Marseilles, France in 2005 by Micheal Azoulay, American Vintage specializes in basics - soft & light pieces in a variety of colors with a minimalist aesthetic.
Anaak

Anaak

Anaak derives its name from the Filipino dialect Tagalog’s word for “child”. A term of endearment bestowed upon founder and designer Marissa Maximo by her mother. 

Inspired by the inherent ease and approachability of bohemé dressing, Anaak is a collection of artfully relaxed pieces developed with a contemporary and streamlined silhouette. Anaak is committed to empowering local craftspeople, especially disadvantaged women, and preserving ancient textiles techniques through ongoing partnerships with non-profit organizations in India, Bolivia and beyond.

Ancient Greek Sandals

Ancient Greek Sandals

According to an Ancient Greek myth, the gods and goddesses had their sandals made on the beautiful island of Crete by a gifted sandal maker who enriched each pair with magical powers. Famous for having made the flying sandals for Hermes, the sandal maker also embellished them with his personal signature… a “golden wing” buckle.

Ancient Greek Sandals are handmade locally by skilled craftsmen using traditional techniques that have existed for centuries. A raw, yet feminine aesthetic distinguishes this new sandal brand. The chemical-free, natural tan leather ages beautifully with time and wear.

Anna October

Anna October

Founded in 2010, Anna October is a Ukrainian womenswear brand that expresses a spirit of sensitivity and freedom. Dresses form the core of Anna October's collection, a versatile line of body-hugging silhouettes. The brand invites women to love the way they look, encouraging confidence and sexuality, which the designer describes as the "date-ready look".

Anna Quan

Anna Quan

Anna Quan was founded by its namesake in Australia in 2013. It started with the reimagining of the classic white shirt. It continues with clean-lined, considered garments designed to last beyond a single season.

Creating timeless style experiences based in form, function and purpose, Anna Quan's pieces sit at the intersection of minimalism and understated luxury. Each one crafted to become a highly wearable wardrobe staple. Simple, consistent, grounded in subtle detail.

Apiece Apart

Apiece Apart

Laura Cramer and Starr Hout, a Texan and a Seattleite, are lifelong friends with creative lives that ran parallel until a road trip through West Texas inspired their collaboration.

The designers met in NYC while students at NYU. Starr worked in the art world, before transitioning into fashion as a stylist. Laura worked as a graphic designer and art director, specializing in branding. On their 30th birthdays (the designers are born a day apart), Starr and Laura took a road trip to West Texas and conceived of the line — of intermixing pieces that could be packed in a single bag, to go anywhere and do anything.

The line continues to evolve with the designers themselves.
BARDO Collective

BARDO Collective

BARDO Collective consists of timeless wardrobe staples, designed to be cherished and last generations, not just a season. The designer draws inspiration from the romance and the effortless elegance of those who travel up and down Europe's stunning coastlines and colors inspired by art and nature. Each piece balances structure and fluidity with its signature silhouettes, texture and classic color palette inspired by nature.

Founded in 2020 by Tallulah Rufus Isaacs, the Los Angeles based women’s ready-to-wear brand is the essence of the designer's European upbringing merged with her Californian roots for an effortlessly elegant and laid-back feeling.

Bird & Knoll

Bird & Knoll

Bird & Knoll’s seasonal collections pay homage to the laissez-faire attitude of the co-founders Natalie Knoll and Macayla Chapman's coastal lifestyles - pieces designed to flow easily from vacation to every day - feminine luxury with multi-tasking functionality.

Sought after worldwide by the discerning woman with a penchant for wanderlust and timeless luxury, the brand launched in 2014 with a signature line of luxury scarves using the softest cashmere, silks and cottons as the ‘canvas’ for their artistic photographic narratives of global destinations. In 2016 Bird & Knoll segued into the resort wear market with its beautifully wearable, mood elevating collections bringing a sense of whimsy and escapism into our wardrobes.

Blanca Studio

Blanca Studio

Launched as part of the growing Reliquia family, Blanca serves as the clothing offering to complete the look. The overarching aesthetic is derived from a meeting of vintage and modern style - looks seen on Paris and Milan's streets.

With a limited number of pieces available in each style, the range of wardrobe basics is intended to seamlessly fit into one’s existing wardrobe and offer a simple, wearable and everyday addition.

BY FAR

BY FAR

BY FAR is a designer accessories brand that reinvents timeless silhouettes. It was collectively established in 2016 by sisters Valentina Ignatova, Sabina Gyosheva and Denitsa Bumbarova. Through their diverse interests, each founder brings a distinct voice and versatile skills to the label. The brand takes its name from the founders’ sons’ names – Filip, Alec and Roman. In essence, BY FAR means Made with love.
Cala De La Cruz

Cala De La Cruz

Cala de la Cruz evokes a small and alluring beach. The word “cala", in Spanish, defines a small rounded bay where the sea calmly sets. It is a relaxing location where hours can be spent under the sun. Cala de la Cruz is an imaginative warm place that always promises a festive and joyful time.

The brand's creative director, Carolina Lopez, is a passionate textile designer who graduated from The Savannah College of Art and Design, who gives life to the brand through her bold illustrations and intuitive sense of color.

Cara Cara

Cara Cara

Cara Cara is a brand that combines the joyful spirit of being on holiday, with exuberant and versatile wardrobe pieces to wear year-round. 

Cara Cara was founded in 2019 by a trio of NYC-based friends. Their collections are inspired by the allure and vivid contrasts of New York City summers, from golden days out East to simmering city nights.

Chloé

Chloé

Gaby Aghion designed her first collection in 1952 and the story of Chloé, one of the first luxury ready-to-wear houses, began. An alternative to the stiff formality of haute couture, Chloé offers an elegant and modern wardrobe with relaxed silhouettes in high-quality fabrics and refined details.

Gabriela Hearst joined the Maison as creative director for ready-to-wear, leather goods and accessories in December 2020. She wanted to create a brand that reflects a slower pace and process: where things are made with care and detail, where tradition is more important than trend, and where there is a purpose to every piece. Luxury with a conscience.

Ciao Lucia

Ciao Lucia

Ciao Lucia was created and designed by Lucy Akin and launched in June 2017. Made in Los Angeles for the girl on eternal vacation.

Inspired by nostalgia for the past, Ciao Lucia garments are highlighted by timeless and classic silhouettes. The designer chooses fabrics that feel soft to the touch and easy to throw in a suitcase. Created for the customer at a beautiful seaside hotel, lounging by the water, taking long afternoon strolls, and having lengthy dinners with friends. 

Citizens of Humanity

Citizens of Humanity

Citizens of Humanity is a Los Angeles-based premium denim label that has captivated the world with a devoted commitment to producing the highest quality denim, without compromise. With an elevated style that exudes femininity, naturalness, and a sophisticated ease, this sets the foundation for the brand that continuously executes each design with intention in every detail.

Since 2003, Citizens of Humanity has designed and manufactured in their company-owned facilities as well as with select production partners to ensure that our product is unparalleled in look, fit, and feel.

Clergerie

Clergerie

With 125 years of experience, audacity & savoir-faire, Clergerie shoes are still made in Romans-sur-Isère, in the South of France at their iconic workshop. Since its origin, the factory inspires, creates, and produces high-quality leather shoes. 

CO

CO

CO is a Los Angeles-based womenswear brand founded in 2011 by Stephanie Danan and Justin Kern. The name CO reflects the designers’ collaborative partnership, as well as their philosophy behind building a cohesive, complimentary wardrobe. The brand’s Essentials—a seasonless collection available year-round—reflects a foundational approach to dressing, while the ready-to-wear explores the ever-evolving definition of “classic”.
Cult Gaia

Cult Gaia

Cult Gaia designs beautiful heirloom pieces that will live in your closet forever. The cornerstone of Cult Gaia's DNA has been forged with the ideal of creating Objets d'Art that make you look twice.
   
Since its inception, the company has grown from accessories into a full-fledged lifestyle brand, selling everything from ready-to-wear to shoes.
Destin

Destin

Destin is an Italian brand, which through the search for precious yarns and specific textile treatments, creates unisex garments such as scarves and overshirts, in order to offer informal and fashionable clothing. An avant-garde aesthetic imbued with a touch of timeless elegance, where softness is essential.
Emporio Sirenuse

Emporio Sirenuse

 Established in 2013 by founder Carla Sersale and creative director Viola Parrocchetti, Emporio Sirenuse distills the values and verve of inimitable Amalfi Coast hotel Le Sirenuse into a small, carefully curated collection of beachwear, resort wear, design, and lifestyle items.



Extreme Cashmere

Extreme Cashmere

Extreme Cashmere was founded by Saskia Dijkstra in 2016. Throughout her twenty-plus years in high-end cashmere production, Saskia dreamt of designing a cashmere jumper made on her terms. No more exceptions to color and design, no more sacrificing quality for the sake of price.

Extreme Cashmere doesn’t do collections nor seasons and all of their clothing is unisex and unisize. Their main interest is creating and producing long-lasting garments meant for everybody and suitable for every body. Their classic styles surprise with color and a keen attention to detail, each fitting for the everyday.

Ganni

Ganni

Founded in 2000 in Copenhagen by gallerist Frans Truelsen, Ganni started gaining cult popularity as a designer label in the late 2010s under the tutelage of husband-and-wife duo Nicolaj Reffstrup and Ditte Reffstrup.
GAUGE81

GAUGE81

Through the use of striking angles and playful proportions, GAUGE81 (pronounced GO-SH eighty-one) blurs the line between evening and casual wear. Undisputedly feminine, the brand is a study in contrast and retro references that are at once familiar and completely unexpected. 
Golden Goose Deluxe Brand

Golden Goose Deluxe Brand

Golden Goose was born in 2000 merging the creative spirit of Francesca Rinaldo and Alessandro Gallo: two young Venetian designers, outsiders until then to the world of fashion. Since the beginning, the company has distinguished itself with innovative but artisan-spirited products, a low-key communication strategy, and a highly selective placement in venues that share the brand's philosophy.
Hereu

Hereu

HEREU - meaning ‘heir’ in Catalan - lays at the intersection of heritage and contemporary design, blending a modern twist on nostalgia of the past and functionality of the present.

Founded in 2014 by José Bartolomé and Albert Escribano, the brand reinterprets artisanal traditions and craft through the founder’s laidback and playfully contemporary language, inspired by the region’s imaginary, fusing visual art, folk tradition, and popular culture.

Isabel Marant

Isabel Marant

The Isabel Marant House was founded in Paris in 1995. It all started in 1989, when 22-year-old Isabel Marant launched Twen, her first knit and jersey brand. In 1995, she held her first show under her own name. In 1998, Isabel Marant opened her first boutique in Paris in a former artist workshop. Her historic location is still on rue de Charonne, in the Bastille district.

More than twenty-five years after the brand’s creation, its fundamentals are still the same: Isabel Marant remains the most unruly of the great French fashion houses. In the lockstep world of Parisian fashion, this designer stands out as a veritable troublemaker. With a love for materials that live and travel, she draws inspiration from across the world to irreverently refresh urban clothing. 

Isabel Marant Étoile

Isabel Marant Étoile

The Isabel Marant House was founded in Paris in 1995. It all started in 1989, when 22-year-old Isabel Marant launched Twen, her first knit and jersey brand. In 1995, she held her first show under her own name.

In 1998, Isabel Marant opened her first boutique in Paris in a former artist workshop. Her historic location is still on rue de Charonne, in the Bastille district. In 2000, the company launched Isabel Marant Étoile: this carefree new line embodies a vision that is simultaneously artsy and casual.

More than twenty-five years after the brand’s creation, its fundamentals are still the same: Isabel Marant remains the most unruly of the great French fashion houses. In the lockstep world of Parisian fashion, this designer stands out as a veritable troublemaker. With a love for materials that live and travel, she draws inspiration from across the world to irreverently refresh urban clothing. 

Janessa Leone

Janessa Leone

Born and raised in Southern California, Janessa Leone launched her eponymous line of wool hats in 2013. Following early endorsements from top retailers and celebrities alike, the Janessa Leone collection has since expanded into an internationally recognized lifestyle label with multiple category offerings and a flagship boutique in Los Angeles, California.
JW Anderson

JW Anderson

Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson established JW Anderson in 2008.

JW Anderson founder Jonathan Anderson is one of the industry's most celebrated designers - his idiosyncratic  prospective has earned the label a cult following and  have won him several British Fashion Awards.

 

Legres

Legres

Legres is a London-based collective that works with traditional Italian artisans to create timeless footwear staples. Its 3 founders, who wish to remain anonymous, have a background in architecture and fashion which, is evident in their designs. 

Legres looks to the past for inspiration, yet has a modern outlook, reinterpreting timeless silhouettes through a contemporary lens. Each pair is made in Italy from classic artisanal techniques, resulting in versatile styles that can be worn year after year. 

Lisa Yang

Lisa Yang

Founded in 2014 by Creative Director Lisa Yang, the Stockholm-based brand draws on the East meets West heritage of Lisa herself. With a long-time appreciation and respect for the natural world of cashmere, the brand continues to take steps to limit its impact on the natural world.

Setting out with the premise of designing collections to be worn for years to come, it’s about embodying a slow luxury that combines time-honoured craft techniques and modern production to facilitate constant innovation in collections. 

Magali Pascal

Magali Pascal

Established in 2005, the eponymous brand reimagines classic Parisian style with twenty-first-century modernity. Magali Pascal pieces play with movement and rigor, structure and fluidity, embracing the eternal duality of masculine and feminine, with sensuality and ease.

The brand operates four resort boutiques in Bali, a flagship store in Sydney, Australia, and is carried at exclusive boutiques.

Mara Hoffman

Mara Hoffman

Mara Hoffman founded her label in 2000 after graduating from Parsons School of Design in NYC. Fifteen years later, the brand committed itself to implementing more sustainable and responsible practices while remaining committed to presenting colorful collections inspired by and in celebration of women.

The company continues to focus on sustainable materials, processes and production in order to improve and extend each garment's life and is a vocal and active advocate in seeking racial and social justice for the sake of a more equitable society.

Mother

Mother

MOTHER was founded in 2010 by Lela Becker and Tim Kaeding. With extensive denim backgrounds, they were determined to do it all differently.

Famous for its irreverent disposition, model cult following, and super-soft fabrics, the boutique made-in-L.A. brand is unique for its genius in keeping an indie spirit while still offering fits and washes that appeal to a wide range of people. 

Neous

Neous

Neous footwear and handbags twist the unbroken line of informed design to create sculptural forms. Stringent functionality through feminine form respond to the flux and flow of everyday life. Handmade in Italy, by independent artisans through traditional handwork techniques, Neous products are a process of calibration and constant refinement.  

 

Vanissa Antonious blends the fluid lines of minimalism with a crafted femininity to explore stringent functionality and feminine form. As such, Neous footwear and handbags respond to the flux and flow of life. 

Nili Lotan

Nili Lotan

Nili Lotan is an Israeli-born and New York-based fashion designer. After graduating from the prestigious Shenkar College of Engineering and Design in Tel Aviv, Nili moved to NYC in 1980 to pursue a career in fashion design, where she enjoyed a very successful career leading design teams at top American fashion houses including Ralph Lauren, Liz Claiborne, and Nautica.  Nili launched her own namesake label in 2003, designing a wardrobe of luxurious, chic, and timeless pieces for today's woman. 
Pascale Monvoisin

Pascale Monvoisin

Pascale Monvoisin creates her jewelry like an artist paints a masterpiece. With subtle, nuanced touches and no fear of imperfections. For Pascale, beauty is born in irregularity, imperfect symmetry, and the mark of the human hand.

Every single stone she uses was selected by her, one by one. She often jets off to Jaipur to choose the turquoise, tourmaline, labradorite, moonstone, and even diamonds that mingle in her creations. The common denominator is gold: a trusted, stable, comforting metal.

PISTOLA

PISTOLA

Designed in California, each Pistola garment is meticulously crafted, elevating everyday materials with precise fits and utilitarian style edge, to give women thoughtfully designed classics as wardrobe essentials to live in. Pistola stands by the guiding principle that high-quality denim is for everyone, forever.
Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler

Proenza Schouler is a New York based womenswear and accessories brand founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. The duo met while studying at Parsons School of Design, eventually collaborating on their senior thesis which became their first collection as Proenza Schouler, named after the designers’ mothers’ maiden names.

Proenza Schouler makes luxury fashion for the intelligent, adult, urban woman of today. The line is generally defined by Jack and Lazaro’s use of fine luxury materials, consistently infused with a marked sense of effortlessness and ease.

Proenza Schouler White Label

Proenza Schouler White Label

Proenza Schouler is a New York based womenswear and accessories brand founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. The duo met while studying at Parsons School of Design, eventually collaborating on their senior thesis which became their first collection as Proenza Schouler.

In 2019, the brand’s secondary line Proenza Schouler White Label was launched. Proenza Schouler White Label derives much of its language from elements found throughout the history of the main line, but rendered in a more casual, accessible way.

Shoreditch Ski Club

Shoreditch Ski Club

Established in 2018, Shoreditch Ski Club is the quintessence of sustainable design. Their Puffer Jackets are made from either partly or 100% recycled fibers. Every jacket filling is made from 100% recycled fibers from post-consumer plastic bottles. So each jacket recycles approximately 10 plastic bottles.

All cashmere knits are knitted using fully traceable, super light sustainably sourced cashmere. This means that they support farms that treat their animals with respect and who have the best practices in land management and protection.

So when you are finished with your garment, you can put it back into the recycling to be reused again. Or, better still, wear it forever.

SIGNIFICANT OTHER

SIGNIFICANT OTHER

Significant Other is a stylish ‘beach to bar’ brand for the modern woman. Natural fibers and relaxed, flattering silhouettes are the benchmark of this fresh Australian label.

Driven by a need for well-priced and carefully crafted clothing in the market, Significant Other was born in the design offices of prominent Australian Label, Acler.

Acler designers Kathryn Forth and Julia Ritorto, form the creative team that is Significant Other.
Silvia Tcherassi

Silvia Tcherassi

The pioneer of the Latin flair—according to WWD—was born in Colombia, on the shores of the Caribbean. Tcherassi began her career as an interior designer, but the search for new artistic expressions led her into fashion.

A true trailblazer, innovator, and trendsetter, Silvia Tcherassi is one of the leading figures in fashion. She has been awarded one of France’s highest honors, the Officier de L'Ordre Arts et Lettres, a distinction bestowed on leaders of the international arts community for their “contribution and commitment to cultural service.”

Stateside

Stateside

Stateside is a Womenswear collection created with the finest in all-natural fabrics, meticulously cut embodying relaxed elegance. All garments are designed and produced in Los Angeles.

The brilliant saturated-dyed finishes give the styles the soft feel of a perfectly lived-in piece that has been washed and worn to perfection. The collection's weathered color palette includes a range of neutrals (washed out grays and navy, pure white) as well as faded brights.

All of Stateside's knitting, dyeing, cutting and sewing is sourced and manufactured locally in Los Angeles. With Stateside, you can be sure you’re investing in quality, sustainability and the local communities.
Staud

Staud

When it comes to wardrobe staples, STAUD has it down to a science — if that science were based on emotion instead of formulas, technicolor dreamcoats instead of those meant for a lab, and the idea that “matter” is just stuff in the universe while a good handbag is anything but. It’s why, in 2015, Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto co-founded the LA-based brand upon the idea that fashion shouldn’t just empower women — it should be accessible, too.
  
But at the heart of STAUD is design. Think: a scrupulous attention to detail, a natural opposition to the typical, and a feminine aura that’s equal parts seductive and self-governing — all whilst leaving room, of course, for the occasional mushroom trip or jaunt to the beach (or both). If fashion is a never-ending pursuit of style, then STAUD is what happens after you’ve found it.
Studio 189

Studio 189

Studio One Eighty Nine, co-founded by Rosario Dawson and Abrima Erwiah, is an artisan-produced fashion lifestyle brand and social enterprise that has recently won the prestigious CFDA Lexus Fashion Initiative for Sustainability. The brand is made in Africa and produces African and African-inspired content and clothing.

The brand currently operates a store in Accra (Ghana), an eCommerce site, a manufacturing facility in Accra, and supports various community-led projects in Africa and in the USA. Studio 189 works with artisanal communities that specialize in various traditional craftsmanship techniques including natural plant-based dye indigo, hand-batik, kente weaving, and more.

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Sydney Evan

Sydney Evan

Sydney Evan, the highly acclaimed fine jewelry collection, was founded by Rosanne Karmes in Los Angeles in 2001, with one pave diamond horseshoe necklace. True to her personal philosophy and values, Karmes dedicated Sydney Evan to her family and named the collection after her two children Sydney and Evan, as well as her father SY. 
Made with 14 karat gold and a luxurious mix of precious and semi-precious stones, this collection is meticulously crafted with a classic yet whimsical sensibility.
Ulla Johnson

Ulla Johnson

Born and raised in Manhattan, the daughter of archaeologists, Ulla Johnson honed her signature style between the streets of New York and the far-flung destinations of their family travels. Her eponymous line, founded in 1998 just after her graduation from university, immediately caught the attention of the fashion press.

Growing from a handful of directional boutiques and with an early endorsement from Barneys New York, Ulla Johnson’s collection has gained a dedicated following and the support of retailers across the US, Europe, Australia, and Asia. She has never wavered on her steadfast attention to the details of construction that have become her hallmark, basing each of her collections on a foundation of natural fibers, beautiful finishing, and ease of fit and form.

Ulla lives in Brooklyn with her husband and three children.

Veja

Veja

Since 2005, VEJA has been creating sneakers in a different way, mixing social projects, economic justice, and ecological materials.

VEJA uses Brazilian and Peruvian organic cotton for the canvas and laces, Amazonian rubber for the soles, and various innovative materials conceived in recycled plastic bottles or recycled polyester.

Voluspa

Voluspa

Voluspa was hand-crafted with love by artisans and entrepreneurs Traci and Troy Arntsen in their California kitchen nearly 20 years ago. Rising from burned pots, homemade waxes and intoxicating perfume oils, Voluspa is today a reflection of the art, beauty and culture that inspire its founders in their travels. Traci’s cultivated passion for botany and essential oils combined with her fragrance expertise, allows Voluspa to blend proprietary scents using the finest ingredients sustainably sourced from the farthest reaches of the world. Troy’s passion for travel, business savvy – and for never overlooking the right opportunity – have positioned Voluspa as one of the premier purveyors of luxury scented candles and body products in the world today.

The name Voluspa originates in an ancient Norse poem about the creation of the world from chaos. And as the chaos in the kitchen signified, great beauty is often born of great passion.

Wandler

Wandler

Wandler is a luxury brand that is committed to craftsmanship and quality. Clear in function and architectural in shape, Wandler possesses a distinct aesthetic. Every design embodies a modern approach towards femininity and is elegant with unexpected dimensions and a dynamic use of color. Flirting with minimalism as much as extravagance, Wandler seeks to contribute to the joy of finding one’s unique style.

Wandler is committed to sincere quality, each design is handmade in Italy. Elza Wandler launched her namesake brand Wandler late 2017. The designer currently works and lives in Amsterdam.

Xirena

Xirena

Founder and creative director Dierdre Roffoni is a California native with an insatiable sense of wanderlust. It was on a trip to Formentera, Spain that she was inspired to create XÍRENA (pronounced SUH-REN-UH).

While every season features something new, XÍRENA is timeless, effortless, and to those in the know, easily recognizable by the iconic red bar tack.

The brand will continue to evolve, but the promise is always the same: they choose the softest fabrics in the most comfortable shapes. All styles are Designed in LA and Made to Live In.
Yuzefi

Yuzefi

Yuzefi is a London fashion brand, established in 2016 by Naza Yuzefi, with an experimental and thought-provoking approach to design. With a strong sense of invention and newness, the brand thrives on the unexpected, pushing the boundaries of inherited rules to create a fresh point of view. Silhouettes are bold and nonconformist, colors are rich and surprising, and details are a visual twist that beg a closer look.

An uncompromising approach to the quality of materials used defines the finished product. Yuzefi offers its diverse audience a luxury product at an accessible price point. Pieces are made for always, not just the current season. By focusing on finding everyday newness in a familiar world, Yuzefi is defined by a fresh perspective that paves the way for lasting style.  

Yves Salomon

Yves Salomon

Yves Salomon is a family company whose history and expertise span 100 years and four generations of entrepreneurs. After emigrating from Russia to France in the early 20th, Salomon started his own business in Paris.  In the following century, the family established a reputation for creating luxurious designs and developed partnerships with luxury fashion houses such as Thierry Mugler and Louis Vuitton until it evolved into its own label in 1980 under Yves Salomon.

The transition to the 21st century marks the arrival of the family’s fourth generation. Heir to a unique outlook and know-how, he writes the next chapter in the Salomon saga alongside his father, developing new collections, ARMY & METEO, while maintaining the same dedication to luxury and design.

Zadig&Voltaire

Zadig&Voltaire

Founded by Thierry Gillier, Zadig & Voltaire invents a diverse universe that thrives in the in-between. Not just for him or her, day or night, or work or leisure, the Parisian fashion house redefines modern femininity with wild, free, and rock-fueled wardrobe essentials that embody the strength and sensuality found in the rough and undone.

Artistic Director since 2006, Cécilia Bönström is the other half of Zadig & Voltaire. A subscriber of “less is more,” Cécilia lends a distinct style and sensibility that plays in perfect balance to founder Thierry Gillier. With a penchant for storytelling instead of simply following trends, Cécilia’s collections imbue an ageless quality, with each piece feeling fashionable yet never fleeting.

Zimmermann

Zimmermann

Sisters Nicky and Simone Zimmermann founded their namesake label in 1991. They fast won a loyal following - smart, sartorially savvy women with an eye for quality fabrics and clever cutting. Zimmermann began literally and creatively in Sydney, with Nicky focusing on designing dresses and selling them at Paddington markets.

In Australia and abroad, the label receives extensive and enthusiastic editorial coverage and has graced the pages of magazines including Vogue, Harper's Bazaar & Elle. One glance and you know that dress or bikini is Zimmermann. This iconic Australian label stays true to its original vision; Sophisticated femininity, clever color combinations, and delicate original prints.

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