Showroom Spotlight: Bond Showroom

February 15, 2017 BY NEWS

Bond Showroom was founded by Pepper Bozung and Bobby Sankary in 2010. With 20 years of experience between them, it’s no wonder they’ve become one of the most reputable pairs in the Los Angeles apparel sales world.



“We work with lines that evoke an emotion. We have to be the eyes and ears of our buyers." explains Bobby. "They only order lines they love and we in turn have to represent lines that we love and believe in.” After many years of cultivating relationships in the industry, they have a simple approach to their agency: create an environment that focuses on the relationship between the buy and the designer.




Made from all natural fibers and manufactured with ethical practices, Harshman is an up-and-coming label to keep an eye on. They have perfected the classic button-up, offering it in both tops and dresses in a plethora of colors and fabrics. They’re every-day pieces for everyone.0fd55f5f366508726a4c2f26679eda36bd64bf30.jpeg08d84d176c94eb693160c8ed18a87dcea169fb67.jpeg


After a stint as fashion director for Shopbop, Kate Ciepluch decided to venture out on her own. She launched her line Laveer in 2012, aiming to create timeless, tailored pieces. With a knack for designing effortless, stylish separates, it’s no surprise her blazers and outerwear have become cult favorites.




Started in 2014 by two caftan-loving sisters, Mirth makes more than just vacation pieces. They collaborate with artisans to produce small batches of their effortlessly cool caftans. They take great pride in designing with a purpose by using ethical practices, providing fair labor, and sustaining the ancient art of handmade textiles and block printing.




Redcard specializes in premium denim made in Japan with the finest materials. They pride themselves on their unique finishes, such as as whiskering, fading, and more. They produce more than just denim and explore more than just the functional aspects of the garments.



The Lady & the Sailor

With a focus on producing quality basics, designer Brittany Correy prefers style that is uncomplicated. Since its inception in 2009, the Lady and the Sailor embodies a timelessness and easy-to-wear quality. She finds inspiration in simple luxuries, creating everyday basic t-shirts, all made in the USA.




Founded in 2006, this Dutch accessories brand finds inspiration in exotic cultures and bohemian lifestyles. Each collection is designed in the Netherlands by Julie Coste and then crafted by skilled artisans around the world. The pieces are heavy on details—think hand-perforated leather, metal carvings, and handmade embellishments.

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