Created by Thomas Meyer in 1984, Desigual reaches out to people in over 80 countries and major fashion capitals of the world. In line with its slogan "It is not the same", Desigual believes in clothes and accessories that allow people to dress in a different way, in clothes that help generate positive feelings and that are affordable to all.
The brand's slogan is the best description of the spirit of its collections. Fun, irreverent, fresh, colourful clothes and accessories that transmit optimism and passion for life. The values governing DESIGUAL's actions are a perfect summary of the spirit of the brand: positivism, excitement, connection, joy, unconventional spirit, lack of inhibitions... because DESIGUAL, it's not the same.
Neesh by D.A.R. is whimsical clothing for the “grown-up-girl”. “Neesh” is also the character that guides the brand’s whimsy, and to understand Neesh the brand, you should know a bit about her. Neesh wants to feel girly and whimsical no matter her age, so our silhouettes are flirty, feminine, and vintage-inspired but with amazing eye for proportions and a woman’s body. She also wants to feel comfortable and own pieces that can be worn with jeans and engineer boots, as well as head-to-toe for any special occasion. Therefore we love to mix fabrics and textures. Always sure to work in comfortable, wearable fabrics like “urban whimsy” sweatshirting and pima tencel “yummy knit”, we also scour the market for hard-to-find gorgeous wovens like printed silk chiffon and soft crumpled metal so Neesh will stand out just about anywhere. Perhaps most importantly, Neesh adores special detail, so we pack every piece with surprising whimsy. Scrunched and gathered fabrics, vintage buttons, exposed seams, grosgrain ribbon trims, flirty peplums, and little tucks make up the true Neesh by D.A.R. look.
Julienne Weston pieces are effortless, and the style has remained relevant for over 20 years. Inspired by the introduction of Cotton/LYCRA, San Francisco–based Weston Wear launched in 1980. What started as comfortable dance-inspired clothes has evolved into perennially comfortable feminine cuts in worldly prints; now Weston Wear’s mantra of “Stylish yet Comfortable” spans continents. She now travels through Europe collecting prints to interpret onto her stretch fabrications.
Three Dots is an evolving concept in lifestyle dressing based on great fabrics, inspired design, fastidious construction and the perfect fit. Co-founded by Sharon Lebon in 1995 in California, the company began with three styles, three sizes, twelve colors. Three Dots' iconic trademark, the ellipsis, is heat-stamped directly onto the fabric, reflecting the product's clean, minimal design. The sizes of the garments are differentiated by the color-coded dots. This clever labeling idea is matched by sophisticated design details, including our signature flat-locked stitch.
Founded in 2006, Bailey44 is a women's contemporary clothing line designed and manufactured in Los Angeles, California. Our clothing is made for the woman who is agelessly sexy, effortlessly cool, and who works at balancing an active, busy life.
Our designs are inspired by fabrics that feel luxurious against the skin and move with the body. Soft jersey knits, pontes, stretch silks and eco leathers are made into pieces that are meticulously tried on and adjusted to ensure a precision fit. With well-versed imaginations and a keen eye for the zeitgeist, our design team turns sleek, simple silhouettes into modern looks for the polished downtown-chic woman.
Authentic vintage-inspired American jeans.
Designed and crafted by long time denim enthusiasts Jim Boldes and Kristy Harlan, Red Engine has achieved cult status among denim connoisseurs who demand the very best from their jeans, inside and out. Our denim line is based on the consistent quality, feel and “cool” of vintage denim, and is continually refreshed with updated fits and styles.
Constantly searching out the world’s finest denim, we import only the best fabrics from Europe and Japan and produce the line entirely in Los Angeles. By producing it locally, Red Engine is involved in all aspects of design, development and production. This ensures the highest quality possible, and that our jeans are the best on the planet!
In an era of mass-production and non-exclusivity, Red Engine is committed to creating a unique and focused line, and to making it exceptionally well. Totally new and distinctive washes are introduced often and each pair of Red Engine jeans is detailed and finished entirely by hand, making each pair an individual work of art. The delicious result is a line that features cutting-edge wash techniques, contemporary fits for all types of bodies and unique finishes.
All this non-stop attention to detail allows Red Engine to deliver a collection of jeans, skirts, shorts and jackets infused with passion that fits great, looks amazing and feels exceptional from the inside out.
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Over 35 years ago, in 1977, designer Gale Epstein created a handmade lingerie set for her friend, Lida Orzeck, crafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. The original designs wowed retailers and industry experts and were the inspiration for the company name, Hanky Panky
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Hanky Panky set a new standard for thongs when the 4811 was introduced in 1986. In a front page Wall Street Journal article about them in 2004, Hanky Panky’s thongs were described as “lace butter”. Leading fashion magazines and celebrities regularly extol their revolutionary comfort and beauty
Hanky Panky garments are made from the best materials. Components are chosen for their specific stretch qualities, softness and fit. Also, 100% of the fabrics and trims used to make our Signature Lace styles are knitted in the USA. Even the Supima® cotton fibers used to make crotch linings are grown in the USA. Our Signature Lace is an exclusive pattern available only to Hanky Panky.
Our garments are constructed utilizing the best methods available. For example, each thong uses over 30 yards of thread. More thread means more stitches per inch, and more stitches means a more durable, high quality product.