Eight Days, brands & items...
Eight brands we can't wait to shop.
Alife s footwear has never looked better, with high quality materials, great colors, and fun details still the hallmarks of the collection. The downtown NY based brand still offers subtle styling, but freshens up classic bodies with fun details
Maharishi is known for its innovative use of camouflage, embroidery and details from army uniforms. The brand has continually embraced the latest technology to create well-styled pieces out of fair trade and natural materials while always drawing on the camo, military details and fabrications that have become the labels signature.
Maison Kitsune blends music and fashion, high label and street wear to create the perfect casual collection, season after season. Made with gorgeous quality materials, this French brand puts a Japanese spin on American prep and is the absolute epitome of cool.
Free spirited and exuberant, dedicated to perfect imperfection and effortless cool, Wren is on the lips of all the major indie boutiques for good reason. Designer Melissa Coker was an editor at some of our favorite major mags before launching the line in 2007. Clearly, she knows what works.
Mark McNairy, beloved all across the world by a cult following of industry regulars for his crazy prints and outlandish outfits and unforgettable shoes kills it with daisies, smiley faces, and of course, camo.
Montreal based brand, Naked & Famous prides themselves on their no frills, no gimmicks attitude. They focus on the bare bones of jeans- the fit, the construction, and most importantly the denim. They always go raw, deeming washes and distressing as unnecessary.
Adored for his simple, yet well-executed, vision of down-home, Southern luxury, Alabama-based designer Billy Reid has always maintained a strong southern vibe within his collections. But it is Reids ability to pull from such a wide range of other influences to create a distinct and progressive collection that really sets him apart as a designer.
Organic by John Patrick, created out of necessity, features a collection that heads the sustainable fashion movement. Dont let Organics crunchy exterior fool you, John Patricks collections are killer. We are loving the natural theme rounded off with urban elements and supreme minimalistic pieces.
Eight items we're hoping we'll pick out of the grab bag....