February 22, 2021

Designer Brand

KITS Reviews – Legit Designer Eyeglass Brand Frames to Try?

The Kits is a provider of high-quality eyewear, including glasses, shades, and contact lenses. The firm prides itself on only selling stylish frames and of an extremely durable nature. Also, as per the official company website, for a limited time period, customers who place their orders online will be given their first pair of glasses absolutely free of cost. That being said, customers will still need to cover any shipping and handling charges associated with the eyewear delivery.

It is no secret that every individual needs a pair of eyeglasses at some point or the other in their lives.

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How Lebanese Handbag Designer Joelle Khawam Is Making Waves With Her Brand MMMbyJoel

MMMbyJoel is a quintessential made in Lebanon brand by Beiruti Joelle Khawam. Her hand knitted line of bespoke craftsmanship bags ship all over the world and spans through three generations- ma grandmere, ma mere et moi (my grandma, my mother, and me)- hence the three letter Ms.

“I knew since I was a young child that knitting is my passion. I grew up watching my grandmother and my mother knit beautiful pieces of art, which would entertain me for hours. Sometime around

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Designer Spotlight: The Tanya Taylor Crib Sheet

Over the next few weeks we’ll be featuring buzzy brands showing at COTERIE Digital this season. This week, it our turn to focus on Tanya Taylor. Her team fills us in on everything you need to know! 

Founded: 2012

Creative Director: Tanya Taylor

Tanya Taylor and Tati Gabrielle (Patrick McMullan)

Brand Vibe:  A size-inclusive NYC based womenswear brand driven by passion and purpose, spreading optimism, color and joy.

Celebrity Fans: Michelle Obama, Jennifer Garner, Aidy Bryant, Taylor Swift, Kerry Washington, Michelle Buteau, Olivia Munn, and Mindy Kaling.

Fall 2021 Preview: Fall 2021 is a personal expression of now, inspired by

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The American Designer Betting on OnlyFans | News & Analysis

Rebecca Minkoff, the designer known for her $300 leather crossbody handbags, has nearly one million followers on Instagram. On her profile, she shares a mélange of photos and videos, including product images from the brand’s latest accessory or fragrance launch, interviews with actresses and fashion insiders and on occasion, cheeky quotes.

But for those seeking more, Minkoff is now offering a premium content experience to her followers and customers. Today, the American accessories maven launches an OnlyFans account, making her the first well-known designer to do so. The debut is tied to New York Fashion Week, and to kick things

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Will K-fashion take off in the US?

Timed with its 10-year anniversary, South Korean fashion brand Greedilous launched in the U.S. last month via a direct-to-consumer site that sells its made-to-order styles. It marks the first time the brand has been available to U.S. shoppers, despite that it’s shown at New York Fashion Week, collaborated with popular U.S. brands, and been worn by celebrities including Cardi B and Beyoncé. 

According to founder and designer YounHee Park, she was advised to explore and expand to the U.S. market by a top Japanese buyer “because of the Hollywood influence.” Park said she plans to incorporate the brand’s celebrity fans

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France’s Free Lance Brand Taps Rising Designer Alfredo Piferi as Artistic Director

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Nordstrom Celebrates Black Creativity With A New Pop-In Shop

Nordstrom is popularly known as an easy-to-navigate destination for some of our favorite megawatt fashion brands. But, the heritage department store has also been an incubator for unsung and emerging brands — thanks to the Olivia Kim-curated Pop-In series and the Center Stage initiative. And today, the retailer is using its prominent platform to showcase 28 brands that celebrate Black expression and perspectives from across the fashion industry, Concept 12: Black_Space. Curated by five Black creatives working in different facets of fashion, the pop-in (part of Nordstrom’s “New Concepts” series,

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‘Starting a brand was the greatest challenge I’ve faced’

Fashion is all I ever wanted to do. When I was young I just loved anything to do with design and making and drawing and coloring. It felt natural for me to do creative things but I didn’t create any masterpieces growing up. I never won anything. I was never the star. It wasn’t like I was being courted or anything because I was amazing, I just worked so hard at it and loved it so much. It’s just something I did all the time.

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BHDM Design Founder Dan Mazzarini Talks Brand Narrative on ‘DesignBiz’

What is designer Dan Mazzarini’s secret to success? “Brand narrative,” he told Editor in Chief Cindy Allen (@thecindygram) on Thursday night’s episode of DesignBiz, Interior Design’s twice-weekly Instagram Live series.

That lesson is one of many that Mazzarini (@danmazzarini) learned 20 years ago, when he was a new designer cutting his teeth at a retail-centric firm in Chicago. “Twenty years ago was the heyday of retail,” he said. “Everybody had money to spend at the store. Macy’s was huge.” But when retail suffered a dip in the early 2000s, the firm took a hit. As

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Cierra Boyd’s Friskmegood promotes sustainability through fashion

Using bold and flamboyant styles Cierra Boyd is creating a legacy of her own in world of fashion.

CLEVELAND — We’ve all the heard the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.” But for 25-year-old Cierra Boyd, it’s not just a saying. She’s made a living out of it.

Boyd is the owner of Friskmegood Inc, a clothing line dedicated to mixing bold and flamboyant designs with upcycling and sustainability.

“It’s basically using materials, that have already been produced, already been created, already made their mark on fast fashion in the industry,” explains Boyd.

With limited access to

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