Faded velvet ribbons, Edwardian lace, the beaded applique of a 1920's dress, aurora borealis rhinestone buttons. Holly Stalder's designs begin with her favored raw materials: salvaged antique fabrics and trims. Intrigued by the fragility of fabrics and how they age and wear over time, she incorporates these elements into her modern designs. Either one of a kind of limited run, the line is produced in Portland, Oregon.
  • 100 months ago Basicboutique »

    Twinkle designer Wenlan Chia's collection takes feminine dressing to a new level. Expect whimsical designs with bold patterns and bright colors. * Grey silk dress features violet satin detailing at shoulders and back. * Pintuck and button detailing at front of bodice. * Ribbon ties at side of waist. * Hidden size zipper. * Fully lined. * 100% sand-wash silk charmeuse.

  • 106 months ago Gargyle »

    Pleated front strapless pant jumpsuit with belt in navy silk. (I know you have to be really lucky to be able to pull this kind of thing off... I can dream, can't I?)

  • 107 months ago »

    Erica Toogood presents her Autumn/Winter Collection 2007. Using silks, cottons, cashmere, wool, Harris tweed and vintage textiles picked up from around Europe, Erica individually selects the fabrics and linings for each piece, producing limited-edition couture. This attention to detail is combined with classical tailoring to create beautifully crafted clothing with a truly enduring appeal.

  • 109 months ago »

    AVION feminin is a designer women's collection based in New York City. Its designs focus on fit and old world, tailored silhouettes, constructing a finely crafted garment that is both unique and sophisticated. AVION, the French word for airplane, relates both to a sense of an old fashioned holiday, and the modern sense of escapism. The desire to create garments learning from old world technique, while designing a feminine collection that is modern, elegant and creative. This is achieved by using seaming to create structure, sublet detailing, hand finishing, and attention to fabrication, inner construction, and materials.