MODA New & Noteworthy | January 2018
Discover these top NEW & NOTEWORTHY brands at MODA. Don't miss these brands below (and more) in New York, this January!
AMB Designs was founded in 2003 by Chilean artist and designer Ana Maria Bartley. Combining her artistic background with a keen eye for business, Ana designs original layering tops and leggings that are flattering for any body type. Most styles are manufactured in USA and Guatemala, then hand dyed and embellished at AMB’s headquarters in Miami, Fl.
Barbara Gerwit is showcasing their Resort 2017/2018 collection which features not only the styles that their customers have come to know and love, but also includes some fresh new styles.
At Caite, we believe only in "original" designs for exclusivity in hand-painted prints and hand drawn and stitched embroidery! We target and cater to a Missy Contemporary customer that is timeless, season-less and can work for all age groups. Our customer is drawn to high-end artistic design with a vintage modern flair but she does not want high-end designer pricing. Our prices are always moderate and fair and they keep our customers coming back each season and each year for an always new and exciting collection!
ISLE BY MELIS KOZAN
Isle by Melis Kozan is a sophisticated brand, which personifies the fun and funky flair of its designer, Melis Kozan. It all started with Melis’ love and passion for fashion. Her career at Diesel, a denim company based in Italy, helped her learn the basics of design while giving her a background in international fashion.
MUCHE ET MUCHETTE
Muche et Muchette is chic, effortless, and sexy. In Muche et Muchette, you can strut your stuff while leaving a bit to the imagination. They have got your back with the way their clothes fit – they hug your curves just enough, but you’ll never look like you’re squeezing into the wrong size. Sexy, bohemian flair is what Muche et Muchette fashion is about.
Each of Skemo’s collections is personally designed by Romina Habermann. She gathers inspiration for designs and color palettes from extensive travels to exotic destinations across the world – places like India, Turkey, Africa, Indonesia and the Philippines. Colors like coral, camel and turquoise come from seeing sunsets and oceans in those far-off places. Her journeys also inspire the use of many natural elements such as sea shells, crystals, wood and mother pearl. On a recent trip to Indonesia, for example, Romina found breath taking tiger shells that became the center piece of the most recent campaign.