Vaquera is a Brooklyn-based collective made up of young designers Bryn Taubensee, Patric Dicaprio, David Moses, and Claire Sully who converge seemingly polar opposite styles in unconventional pairings, shapes, and looks.
Vaquera spring/summer 2018
Native New Yorker Sandy Liang creates ready-to-wear collections for the everyday NYC woman, utilizing feminine prints and shapes in combination with the neighborhood that speaks to her most, the shock-and-awe-inspiring Lower East Side.
Sandy Liang spring/summer 2018
Becca McCharen-Tran, the visionary behind Chromat, creates movable, chic athletic and swimwear for all womanly shapes, paying homage to every female form and their intricacies.
Chromat spring/summer 2018
Sydney-born jewelry designer creates delicate accessories inspired by the beauty found in nature, seen here in his recent Vogue shoot with Karlie Kloss and Taylor Hill.
From Christopher Bevans comes the Portland-based men's sportswear brand, DYNE. Through breathable, innovative fabrics and shapes, DYNE intends to design for active men in any and all adventurous circumstances.
DYNE men's spring/summer 2018
Telfar Clemens, the artist behind Telfar, is redefining garments by giving his pieces an edge with unorthodox functions, adding pockets and zippers, and cutting out geometric shapes, all to combat the mainstream.
Telfar spring/summer 2017
Matthew “Mateo” Harris of Mateo New York is a self-taught Jamaican fine jewelry designer, creating classic, artful pieces in golds and pearls for an elegant touch, seen in the Vogue photo as Mateo poses opposite Karlie Kloss.
Victor Glemaud brings vibrancy to knitwear by utilizing immense, playful color to give life to his simplistic sweater shapes.
Victor Glemaud resort 2018
Ahlem Manai-Platt, the designer who pioneered the sunglass brand Ahlem, transplanted from Paris to L.A. to create an entire fashion lifestyle of her own through eyewear that features her homegrown roots of French classicism and new Cali cool.
Eli Azran of RtA, or Road to Awe, turns his frustrations and romanticism of the style in his home of L.A. into reality by creating underground looks made accessible and comfortable for warm, sunny days that still embody a timeless city look.
RtA spring/summer 2018