Posts Tagged ‘wearable’
Wow. Every piece from A Piece Apart’s S/S 2010 collection is subtle perfection. NYC based Laura Cramer and Starr Hout have created a line that can go anywhere and be worn with anything. I quite like the play between the deep jewel tones and pale neutrals in the latest collection-it sort of epitomizes summer for me. Gorgeous stuff. (Thanks to Hey Susy for the heads-up on this label!) Remember to click the images to enlarge
It’s surprisingly been almost three years since I posted about Humanoid. Happily, since then, the label is more widely available and they’re still creating beautiful, slouchy clothing with loads of layering potential. I’ve posted looks from their A/W 09 collection, but I can’t wait to see what they have in store for this spring. As usual, click the image above to enlarge
Hengst seems to be a label with a fondness for the past given the retro vibe evident in each collection. There are plenty of easy pieces that, while not earth-shatteringly innovative, would make nice additions to anyone’s closet. I’ve posted pictures from the S/S 09 and Fall 2009 collections.
Although bookmarked for some time and I even own a pair of shoes by them, I’ve never posted about Berlin based Miroïke previously because their site didn’t have very good product images. Fortunately, it’s been updated and is much easier to browse plus they’ve added their clothing and accessories collections to the site, as well.
I can attest to the quality of construction and comfort of the one pair of shoes I own, but I appreciate the originality of their designs the most. The clothing is relaxed and wearable and everything the label puts out is tinged with humour.
I’ve only posted items from their accessories and footwear collections, but be sure to visit the site to see their clothing.
Sonia Boessert and Brigitte Schorn of Boessert-Schorn make relaxed and comfortable deconstructed clothing, and it’s a shame their website has such tiny pictures of their pieces.
I like wearable clothes, but most particularly wearable clothes that are interesting, and this label certainly qualifies as such. Most of the pieces are constructed of jersey, wool, and cottons.