Sylvia Heisel’s eponymous line is inspired by and rooted in the realized potentials of materials.
“If you look closer, you start to realize that there is a whole other dimension that brings you back to a starker reality.”
With five showrooms at two locations, the beautiful designs were seemingly endless.
It’s any small business owner’s worst nightmare: realizing that a larger, much more powerful company has stolen your intellectual property, and that fighting them will […]
As increases in rent force designers, pattern-cutters, sewers and other vital components of New York’s Garment District to find a new home, Manufacture NY is cradling in-city production with their newly acquired 20,000 square foot space in Brooklyn’s Industry City.
Nolcha Fashion Week’s Fashion Lounge + Media Brunch at Yotel yesterday integrated local eco-production alongside independent designers.
Inspired to make an impact after his mother’s bout with cancer Jason Sochol, along side his friend Omri Bojko, created The Vanity Project to boost non-profits success and start a conversation around clothing.
The bourgeois, eccentric lady of the house who borrows pieces from her husband’s closet…
De Osu stands for a fashion movement back to celebrating each of us as an individual: “Today everything is mass-produced. I Don’t want to dress someone like you, I want to dress you!”
The bearded couple stayed true to their established brand and sent 27 looks down the catwalk that spoke of an elegant modern femininity.