Ilana Kohn

Ilana Kohn is a line of clothing and textiles designed and produced in NYC. Prior to working in fashion, Ilana Kohn worked for close to a decade as a successful commercial editorial illustrator for clients such as the New Yorker, the New York Times and Kiehl’s among many others. With a life long love of fashion, in 2011, Kohn began to craft ideas for a clothing line with a mind to creating easy to wear, clean & classic clothing that would serve to be a new canvas for her bold, colorful patterns. Having evolved from four basic silhouettes, the collection has grown into a full-fledged collection, providing boutique buyers and shoppers a wealth of choices for easy everyday dressing. Shop Collection

Wolcott Takemoto


Walcott : Takemoto is a ratio of Joy Wolcott and Natasha Takemoto. Beginning in May of 2011, WT was developed with the notion of creative independence and design integrity with clothing that puts thought towards fit and quality. All pieces are designed and produced in NYC with the intention of supporting a historical and local industry. It is the ultimate hope that the love and thoughtfulness put into each piece is translated to the wearer and then in a sense can adopt and continue on loving it in their own way. Shop Collection 

Kowtow

 For a long time, many of our consumer habits have appeared to have no consequence. It is now quite apparent that there is an imbalance in standards of living throughout the world which is fuelled by the Wests’ continuing short changing and exploitation of labour markets in the so called third world. We don’t believe anyone who is truly aware of what is going on in the world would want to turn their backs and support a slave trade economy. Being into clothes we decided to do something about it. Certified organic, fair trade clothing that is ethically and sustainably made from seed to garment. Shop Collection

Hansel From Basel

Los Angeles-based artist-turned-designer Hannah Byun created Hansel from Basel in 2007 as a way to apply a sense of much-needed zest to everyday leg wear. Originally inspired by Hannah’s childhood nickname (“Hansel”) and her fascination with Switzerland (therefore “from Basel”), the collection is forever and always finding inspiration in every nook and cranny of life, from the mundane to the magical. A great deal of attention, care and most of all, pride, make our spirited socks, tights and accessories not only feel so very special, but encourage us to always continue evolving. Shop Collection 

Nikki Chasin

Nikki Chasin takes leisure seriouslyAfter graduating from Parsons in 2012, the Miami-born, New York-based designer set out to combine the ease of classic sportswear with playful textiles and thoughtful details, for women who dress to impress nobody but themselves. The spirit of her namesake label is at once classic and playful, with a streak of tongue-in-cheek rebelliousness. Her pieces are feminine, but un-fussy, and elegant without taking themselves too seriously. Nikki was chosen as part of the Racked Young Guns Class of 2014, as well as the Design Entrepreneurs of NYC program at FIT. Shop Collection 

Monomino

 Founded in the winter of 2015 by Erika Wei, MONOMINO is a textile studio creating quality handwoven goods for the home. Borrowing from mathematical terms, a monomino is a single square; a structural unit occupying a position in a rectangular grid. Much like weaving, these single squares are connected in various combinations to build shapes and patterns, block by block, thread by thread. Erika Wei weaves on a 4 harness floor loom and a 4 foot frame loom in my studio in NY. I am inspired by geometry, minimalism, and musical repetition. I’m especially interested in the challenge of working within the parameters of the loom and the structure of the woven grid to create something soft and tactile. Weaving can be a meticulous and labor intensive process but it forces you to slow down and settle into the rhythm of the loom.  Shop Collection 

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