Posts Tagged: womenswear

Karen Lee

Karen Lee creates a women’s clothing brand under her own name, with simple, clean, sophisticated lines.

SZN

Established in 2012 by designer Suzan Dlouhy, SZN is an independent label designed and made in Australia.

Featured Collection – Urban Zen Spring Summer 17

The Urban Zen Silk Road collection for Spring Summer 2017 by Donna Karan.

1×1

One by One is a clothing brand with a mission to create modern pieces with a unique and timeless sense of style.

From New York Fashion Week Fall Winter 2017/18 – Mimi Prober’s stunning upcycled and hand made vintage lace collection.

Bohemia

Founded by Jenny Lockton, Bohemia is the culmination of years working with artists and craftspeople around the world. Established to build relationships with artisan producers, and help to support meaningful employment.

KROMAGNON

KROGMAGNON produce an eco friendly fashion label for both men and women. Working with earth friendly materials, the brand specialize in working with organic, natural and biodegradable fabrications.

Ikuru

Ikuru is an ethical fashion label based in Pemba, Mozambique that works with beautiful African prints and textiles for each of their designs.

Noorism

Noorism re-claim old denim Jeans by taking them apart and remaking them into new, contemporary, womenswear and accessories.

Vincetta

Vincetta, is a Brooklyn based fashion brand that celebrates individuality and female empowerment. Designing for the modern woman, the brand have a refined and timeless sense of style.

Umran Aysan

London based U’mran Aysan’s eponymous collection, exudes simple, sleek, refined, timeless style. The classic lifestyle collection typifies the beauty of the Aegean region with a unique sense of spirit.

Tabula Rasa

Borrowed from the Latin phrase for “blank slate,” Tabula Rasa is founded on the philosophy that any space we inhabit can become a personalized retreat of comfort, creativity and style.

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The Book: Refashioned

Sass Brown showcases the best in cutting edge fashion with upcycled materials

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