February 7-15 New York Showroom Market
Feb 16-20 New York Showroom Market
February 17-19 Las Vegas Capsule [10 Corso, Loup, STARKx, Østine]
February 18-20 Las Vegas ENK [Bec & Bridge]
Feb 22-24 New York Capsule (Darner, Good & Co, Ostine, Ruke, Wyatt Orr)
Feb 23-25 New York Coterie (Bec & Bridge, Darwin, Loup, Stark, Unreal furs)
February 28-March 2 Paris Capsule [10 Corso and A Fine Line]
March 10-11 Coast Miami
March 16-20 Los Angeles Showroom market
March 17-20 Los Angeles Showroom Market
March 26-29 Dallas FIG Show
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bec & bridge
By friends Becky Cooper and Bridget Yorston.
Bec & Bridge strikes a fine balance between aspirational and achievable fashion, a niche its creators have worked hard to perfect since the labels inception in 2003. It is the pair's meticulous eye for detail coupled with the ability to be commercially savvy with their designs that sets them apart from their peers.
Darner is designed by Roxanna Beatrice and Harold Kuhn.
The name Darner comes from the nickname given to women brought into the military during the Civil War to repair (or darn) the soldiers’ damaged socks.
Unlike traditional socks, which are fully knit, Darner socks are cut-and-sewn from custom-made bamboo and nylon fabrics. Socks are available in a variety of original prints and colors.
Darner is proudly made in Los Angeles.
good & co.
By New Zealand designer Lillie Toogood
Feminine and functional but never fussy, the Good&Co aesthetic appeals to those who like their luxury to come with a playful twist. Each item functions as a timeless and classic investment piece, while at the same time as a very modern accessory. Destined to be loved and worn by generations of women, each Good&Co piece is unique.
Try “Back to the Future” meets fashion. By means of preservation, Loup marries vintage aesthetics with the contemporary world. Reeling through images found in 1960’s French art and film, as well as favoring icons such as Jane Birkin and Bridgette Bardot, Loup seizes the retro futuristic aspect of that era. The product is something totally relaxed, comfortable and simultaneously chic; a wondrous dream if you ask us.
0stine clothing, made in the u.s.a.
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Neringa Ruke is an emerging Lithuanian designer who creates modern handmade knitwear for women. Rūkė is a reflection of nature, mankind and a relationship between them. Rūkė is a world of fresh and crisp rain, green and lush forests, living rivers and dusky clouds. It’s a dialogue between human and nature, between human and human.
Perry Stark, originally from Israel, came to LA in 1984 to study at FIDM and has worked in the fashion industry ever since.
Perry designs STARK X with a group of designers from Echo Park in Los Angeles. The line is described as "comfy, loose and yummy, soft and edgy," and is inspired by subtle combinations of fabrics and textures.
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You may ask why go faux? Our answer is simple - animals are not ours to wear.
Creating a luxurious and ethical alternative to fur, Unreal Fur develops the finest quality faux fur for their conscientious, chic consumers. Fur has long been regarded as the ultimate high end fashion luxury, but with constant light being shed on the inhumane ways that these animals are treated, resulting in millions of cruel deaths each year, we choose faux.
Wyatt Orr is the brainchild of Seattle based designers Liise Wyatt and Karly Orr.
Born out of their shared love for refined, honest design, the line focuses on the use of quality fabrics, layering, and textural minimalism to create versatile, elevated wardrobe essentials built for longevity.