Full of Parisian charm and retro influence, Mademoiselle Tara is the playful little sister line to Tara Jarmon. A sassy 60’s vibe is present throughout, from prints and swingy skirts to dresses and tailored jackets. Perfect cuts and faultless finishings, underpinned by a couture spirit, keep the brand feeling fresh and now.
Inspired by beauty found in nature, balanced by a life in the world’s most celebrated cities, Hirotaka Inoue brings a rich vision and diverse background to his eponymous collection. Steeped in tradition, each of Hirotaka's delicate and deliberate designs are personal pieces made of the highest quality materials produced by skilled artisans in Tokyo. Our buyers were especially taken by the delicate forms of his Gossamer collection, inspired by dewy spider webs.
With beginnings dating back to 1910s Russia, the House of Yves Salomon is based on a rich tradition of combining the best fur available with fashion trends of the times. Having provided high quality furs for fashion houses such as Thierry Mugler, Nina Ricci, and Azzedine Alaïa, Yves Salomon has now grown into being its own recognizable design house. In addition to his main line, we also carry Army by Yves Salomon, which is noted for its wittily subversive military clothing that is a sure hit.
Founded in a small warehouse over 50 years ago in Toronto, Canada, Canada Goose is an industry standout in extreme weather outerwear. Their commitment to quality craftsmanship and design has made them a popular choice for fashion and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Renowned for down-filled jackets, their stylish and practical designs are definitely worth the investment.
Quickly establishing itself as a leading Australian designer brand, Nicholas encapsulates the spirit of the quintessential Melbourne girl. Recognizable for signature design elements of luxurious fabrication, concise tailoring, expert prints, and modern silhouettes, each collection is a tight edit of what women want to wear. A label with high expectations, both for the evolution of craftsmanship and quality, Nicholas has garnered a cult-following, and we’re following suit after seeing this season’s leather track pants and bold florals
ATM Anthony Thomas Melillo launched in February 2012 as the perfect t-shirt line, and has since evolved into a full lifestyle collection of luxurious casual wear. Using the finest fabrics from natural modal, French terry, and cashmere, the collection embodies the relaxed elegant lifestyle of designer Tony Melillo. The flattering, ultra-cool line has been on our buyers’ radar since its launch and we’re happy to introduce it in time to stock up for Fall.
In 2009, MSGM was born from the partnership of Massimo Giorgetti and Paoloni Group in Milan. The kaleidoscope brand flourished under Giorgetti’s love of indie music and is quickly becoming our new brand-crush. Giorgetti’s ability to mix passion and art synonymously translates into colors, shapes and prints that have us ready to mix and match all season.
Designer Philippe Corbin brings his creative spirit to his Parisian line Leon & Harper, which he says offers “a pop and enlightened fashion for girls who do not break the rules but twist the codes.” The collection provides the perfect platform for Corbin’s new generation of girls who are free-spirited, full of talent, and bold thinkers. We couldn’t agree more. Seize the day and the collection. Trust us, you won’t be disappointed.
Award winning designers Chris Liu and Tibor Matyas met while they were working as design consultants for Burberry Prorsum. Golden Lane launched in 2006 as a men’s label, then created their first women’s line in 2013. Their passion for architecture is apparent; Where architecture seeks to combine uniqueness, practicality, function and space, Liu and Matyas achieves that in their signature split-compartment satchel. Their stylist functionality makes them a hot new item for the season.
Inspired by British avant-garde and realized by Italian artisans, MFP Jewellery is a conceptual brand created by Maria Francesca Pepe. The contrast of bold, sharp, and geometric designs, combined with a touch of romanticism, is what differentiates the MFP collections and makes it the brand of choice for trendsetters (and Otte buyers!) Standout pieces include the evil eye stacking rings and hammered ring sets; More is more when shopping this line.
Designer David Hadida was born, raised, and is currently living in Paris, where he finds inspiration for his brand BLK OPM. The t-shirt adventure started when he was a kid and quickly became something of a passionate job. At the age of 14 he designed and sold his first tee, for a souvenir shop. Years later he decided to create a line of tees and sweatshirts, inspired by the anarchy-chic vibe that inhabits him. We love the refined fabrics and innovative cuts of the t-shirts.
French couturier Madame Carmen de Tommaso established Carven in 1945 with a clientele of film stars and royals. Madame Carven was the first to make the luxurious accessible, entering the rarefied world of 1940’s haute couture with a spontaneity in design which represented the daily lives of women at the time. Today the designs remain simple, reflecting the stylized elegance of Parisian chic. With Guillaume Henry now at the helm, the label's growing ready-to-wear and accessories collections include statement cocktail dresses, perfectly cropped pants and super cool sunglasses.
Golden Goose was created by Francesca and Alessandro Gallo in 2000, the brand was born from the common passion they shared for fashion and art. Alessandro and Francesca consider themselves self-taught designers as their work began from a collaboration with a friend. Their experimentation with new silohuettes together with classic manufacturing in Italy make their designs truly original and some of the most-wanted shoes on the street.
The fashion house of KENZO was started in 1970 as Jungle Jap, a boutique in Paris at Galerie Vivienne where founder Kenzo Takada, sold his handmade women's collection. After appointing Carol Lim and Humberto Leon (Opening Ceremony founders!) to Creative Directors in 2011, the brand’s free-spirited, ultra-cool vibe was reignited. The duo reintroduced the jungle to the Kenzo brand, which skyrocketed tiger-face tees and sweatshirts to street-style goddesses everywhere. Known for their signature cool sweatshirts and tees, prepare yourself for bold prints and pattern mixing.