Anett is a “modern couturier” she displays her skills each season with her imaginative selection of unusual fabrics used in silhouettes that create the most interesting and flattering designs. Her workmanship is of the highest quality and her attention to detail is singular.
One is always impressed with her collection; it never fails to show off her talent and ingenuity. The collection addresses confident women in an urban setting, who can smoothly glide from business to social looking her best.
Anett’s sense of style can also be accented with a hint of humor, as she will be playful to create a stir.
Last season she designed a coat with a center pocket that held an I Pad it was showing a video of her fashion show. Genius!
Barbara Gongini is a Froese brand, founded in 2005 and based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The creative eye of this Danish designer brings an edgy approach to casual wear. The collection presents different takes on Nordic garments, derived from a conceptual approach towards fashion design. Her innovative styling combines strong geometric cuts and soft fluid shapes. Her intent is to give her followers the freedom of self expression as they wear the collection.
The High collection designed by Claire Campbell. She is a recognized British talent that has teamed up with an exceptional Italian maker. Together they produce some of the most creative High quality sportswear.
Her approach in developing a collection is to combine the (almost forgotten) art of detailing and craftsmanship, with the latest techno fabrics, as well as a mix of patterns and prints in surprising colors.
Her collection is full of fresh modern ideas that gives alternatives to women that inspires her as she moves through her day.
The collection is designed as separates that work together: you will always find great detailed jackets, sporty pants, spot-on tops, knits in unusual shapes and the dresses are just exceptional.
The High women has a fearless attitude towards fashion she can be feminine or edgy, casual or contemporary but never predictable.
Black label is know for its Bohemian chic. It attracts those who need to express themselves with a Eurocentric vibe. Imaginative layering and mixing shapes together to achieve their signature put together. Each piece is so well designed in fabrics that are soft, washed and have additional stretch making them comfortable and interchangeable. An essential collection for updating your existing wardrobe.
Casual wear, with an editorial edge, her collections display her innate understanding of the contempory lifestyle of women. Her vision of the simplicity of fitness and beauty merging together is bound by sophistication and a designers point of view.
With a nod to a European sensibility, Porto is a most popular label to the savvy shopper. A collection of separates that have captured the spirit of the modern woman who can effortlessly pull together looks that are fresh and flirty. Porto's success lies in the simplicity of their choice of easy wear, no fuss fabrics that rely on design to inspire. The use of folds, draping and asymmetric detailing create some of the most interesting pieces. Their affordability makes a great addition to the wardrobe of price conscious fashionistas.
Sarah Pacini started in Belgium and has become an international knit and sportswear collection. She is a master of texture knits, intricate patterns, modern shapes and unexpected color mixes. Her philosophy is fashion is an art and a creative force for expressing your true self.
Veronique Milikovitch has mastered the nuances that flatter the female form. Trained in Europe and settled in Montreal, she has developed a following that appreciates the art of soft dressing which defines the curves of a woman's body. She is known for her selection of easy fabrics, a classic color palette and surprises you with unexpected prints. Here specialty is dresses, although she offers unique separates in her collection as well.
PURO is a collection of footwear from Austria offering a new take on the classics to the most imaginative shapes that will challenge your fashion sensibility. One thing they all have in common is comfort. Puro prides itself on innovation in styling, using craftsmanship with techniques from the past when shoes were handmade. If you are looking for awesome shoes for your downtown chic outfit, look no further.
Cha Cha's House of Ill Repute
If you love to wear hats, let us present Cha Cha's House of Ill Repute. There is magic in her hats, that makes passerby's stop and admire. Cha Cha's extraordinary collection ranges from top hats to mysterious cloches with panache. Each season you will be disarmed by her use of feathers, lace, and antique bobbles adorning each chapeau. Who can resist? Hat aficionado? Beware Cha Cha's hats are truly addicting.
A Uno Tribeca is proud to present the jewelry of Monica Castiglioni. Her approach to design is simple; she looks to nature, art and her emotions for inspiration. She works in bronze and silver, her pieces can best be described as sculpture. If you desire statement jewelry she can offer you rings, pendants, bracelets, all of which can be layered to create your own unique look. After all, style is all about expressing yourself.
A Parisian designer skilled in the art of knitwear uses her vast knowledge to create a high quality collection. Her imaginative use of color and pattern sets her apart in the world of fashion. Catherine's innate curiosity about everything around her is fused throughout her designs.
Tzuri Gueta workshop is located in Paris; all of the pieces are hand made making them even more precious. He and his team find inspiration in nature, both land and sea. His innovative approach, unprecedented techniques and surprising materials creates jewelry that are wearable objects of art.
Amet & Ladoue Scarves
Vivid colors and gorgeous prints in the softest of silks create scarves and voluminous shawls that have become an essential accessory to the most stylish women’s wardrobe. You can find romantic florals, ethic patterns or modern abstracts.
Rosso Forte made in Italy is an extraordinary collection of shawls that are skillfully hand screen-printed in photorealism style. You will find amazing renaissance painting, picturesque cityscapes, opulent still-lives and gorgeous florals. These soft hand of these voluminous shawls are made of fine cashmere, wool or modal. They are an "must have" accessory for your wardrobe .