Uncategorized

New York City Sales

Brand/Showroom Name Sale Details Sale Dates Hours Address
Archerie Up to 80% off women’s tops, dresses, skirts, and outerwear, with prices ranging from $50 to $100. 01/25 through 01/28 Thu—Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 11am—7pm 98 Thompson Street, Manhattan
Butter, Something Bleu, Golo $80 Italian-made women’s shoes. Cash only. 01/23 through 01/25 Daily 9am—6pm 130 W 57th Street, Suite #1E, Manhattan
Dana Rebecca Designs 60% off bracelets, earrings, necklaces, and rings, including one-of-a-kind pieces. Credit cards only. 02/07 through 02/08 Wed 4pm—8pm, Thu 10am—7pm 37 W 29th Street, Suite 1108, Manhattan
Dreams on Air Women’s clothes, accessories, and fine jewelry samples from more than 30 designers at up to 80% off, with prices starting at $20. 01/24 through 02/04 Daily 11am—7pm 120 Wooster Street, Manhattan
Everlane “Choose what you pay” discounts on men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, accessories, and more. If you choose to pay more than the minimum price, Everlane will match that amount and donate it to Housing Works. Credit cards only. 01/19 through 01/21 Fri 9am—8pm, Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—6pm The William Vale, 55 Wythe Avenue, Brooklyn
Fivestory New York Women’s designer clothes, shoes, handbags, jewelry, and accessories for up to 80% off. 01/23 through 01/28 Tue 9am—8pm, Wed—Sat 11am—7pm, Sun 11am—4pm 150 Greene Street, Manhattan
Fred Gelb Furs Discounts on furs, including runway pieces, sheared mink, reversibles, colors, sables, vests, shearling, and capes in a range of sizes. Designer mink/colored couture jackets are $3,495—$4,895 (from $8,000—$10,000), and mink vests, alpaca, fox-trimmed items, and more are $795—$1,595 (from $1,660—$3,500). 01/16 through 01/31 Mon—Fri 9am—5pm, Sat 9am—2pm (closed Sun) 345 Seventh Avenue, 20th Floor, Manhattan
Frye, Aquatalia Discounts on shoes and accessories for men and women. 01/23 through 01/28 Tue 10am—8pm, Wed—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—5pm 260 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan
Greg Lauren Deep discounts on men’s and women’s clothes, including rare items. 01/19 through 01/20 Daily 9am—6pm 775 Washington Street, Manhattan
Hatch Up to 80% off women’s clothing and accessories, including maternity pieces 01/29 through 01/31 Mon 9am—7pm, Tue 9am—8pm, Wed 9am—7pm 412 Broadway, 5th Floor, Manhattan
Herve Leger Shop 10 years of pieces from the designer’s archives at up to 90% off. 01/30 through 02/04 Tue 10am—8pm, Wed—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—5pm 150 Greene Street, Manhattan
Houghton Up to 75% off styles from the new 2018 collection, the Houghton “Classics” collection, one-of-a-kind runway samples, and easy-to-wear wedding weekend separate. 01/23 through 01/25 Daily 11am—7pm 210 Eleventh Ave, #500, Manhattan
Jason Wu Discounts on true Jason Wu Collection samples (clothes, bags, and shoes), plus Grey by Jason Wu items and Fila x Jason Wu clothing. 01/16 through 01/21 Tue 9am—8pm, Wed—Fri 11am—8pm, Sat 10am—8pm, Sun 10am—5pm 150 Greene Street, Manhattan
Jocelyn Fur Fur coats and accessories for up to 75% off. By appointment only: Contact jenxsamplesale@gmail.com for appointment time and location. 01/25 through 01/26 Thu 12pm—7pm, Fri 9am—4pm Manhattan
Karen Millen Up to 90% off clothing, shoes, and accessories for women. 01/30 through 02/01 Daily 11am—7pm 261 W 36th Street, 2nd Floor, Manhattan
Khirma New York Up to 80% off women’s clothes, bags, and accessories from brands including Khirma New York, Michelle Waugh, Madison De Papillon, Marta Scarampi, Jessica Arden Jewelry, and more. 01/18 through 01/21 Thu—Fri 11am—8pm, Sat—Sun 11am—6pm 102 Charles St, Ground Floor, Manhattan
Margaux Discounts on women’s shoes. 01/25 through 01/27 Thu—Fri 10am—7pm, Sat 10am—6pm 37 W 20th St, Suite 1206, Manhattan
Miki House 50%-75% off previous collections of baby, toddler and children clothing. 01/21 only 12pmー5pm 91 E 3rd Street, Manhattan
Proper Cloth 70%-90% off jackets, blazers, sweaters, vests, pocket squares, ties, accessories, and more. Business and casual shirts will be $25 each or five for $100. 01/22 through 01/27 Daily 11am—6pm 450 Broadway, 2nd floor, Manhattan
Schutz Shoes Women’s shoes for up to 80% off. Items from The Arrivals, Alix, and Kal Rieman will also be available. 01/24 through 01/26 Wed 11am—8pm, Thu—Fri 11am—7pm 261 W 36th Street, 2nd Floor, Manhattan
Spyder Up to 60% off men’s, women’s, and kids’ skiwear and fitness apparel. 01/16 through 01/21 Tue 10am—8pm, Wed—Sat 10am—7pm, Sun 10am—4pm 260 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan
Story 50% off all merchandise from the store’s 2017 themes. 01/19 through 01/21 Daily 11am—7pm 144 Tenth Avenue, Manhattan
Sucre Up to 75% off accessories. 01/19 through 01/26 Mon—Sat 11am—7pm, Sun 12pm—6pm 9 Christopher Street, Manhattan
The Cashmere Sale Up to 75% off cashmere sweaters and accessories. 02/06 through 02/08 Daily 11am—7pm 261 W 36th Street, 2nd Floor, Manhattan
Theory, Helmut Lang Samples and irregulars for women and men at 75% off retail. 01/16 through 01/19 Tue 11am—8pm, Wed—Fri 11am—7pm 261 W 36th Street, 2nd Floor, Manhattan
True Gault 20% off women’s custom high heels using 3D imaging (originally $250-$350). RSVP here: https://truegault.splashthat.com/ 01/26 only 9am—8pm 142 W 36th Street, Floor 11, Manhattan
Wolcott Takemoto 60%-75% off women’s clothing. Gifts with purchase include extra discounts, donations to Planned Parenthood & ACLU, and W:T pieces. 01/20 through 01/21 Daily 10am—7pm 99 Canal Street, 3H, Manhattan
Zadig & Voltaire Up to 70% off men’s and women’s clothing and accessories. This sale is also taking place online from 1/16 through 1/18. 01/15 through 01/21 Daily 11am—7pm 153 Mercer Street, Manhattan
Advertisements
Standard
Uncategorized

L’art De Bijoux

Born in Georgia and living in Germany, Berlin Natia Bakhtadze studied (Art and Textile Design) at Georgian State Academy, where she began to hone her design skills. She began customizing her own style, which eventually leads to her namesake jewelry line – L’art De Bijoux. Prints are a big part of her design aesthetic that adds feminine and flirty quality that we are always drawn to, balancing edgy looks exploring different eras from grunge to modern Victorian era.

Q – I remember as kids, you always used to make clothes and on summer holidays do the art lessons. Fashion designing seems like a good in between being creative and productive; and how do you end up?

NB – I’ve contiplated and mulled over fashion and art for a long time now, however, I managed to unify both…which led me to having being conent and turn out better results: great relief and good decision.

Q – How did you get into fashion?

NB – My mother realized that I had the qualities at a tende ripe age that I had apassion for fashion design. Interestly enough she had a private seamstress who designed gorgeous dresses for her then fast-forward shome years, I took the clothes apart until she locked her wardrobe with a key…funny but true.

Q – What is more of yourself now and than?

NB – Presently I am interested to become more self-developed, because I thought that I had already enough knowledge on things that mattered the most, however, there’s always room for improvement.

Q – Your first job as a model?

NB – That was in Tbilisi: I landed on the catwalk for a graduation show at a fashion school and at the time I was 16 years old.

Q – Do you remember when you started DJing?

NB – In Berlin when my friend showed me how to mix, in a popular bar  named “Wonhzimmer” where Berlin subversive and underground kids use to hang around.

Q – Is it serious or just for fun? 

NB – Of course my years of spinning music was all about fun. I was simply naughty and thriving to learn more through in terms of socially communicating to a crowd with my selection of music.

Q – What music are you into now? 

NB – At the moment I’m into german “Krautrock” and classic-avantgard music like:  John Cale,  Brian Eno,  LCD Soundsystem, and Animal Collectiveand experimental stuff like a band from Iceland  called “Múm “ they lived next to me in berlin Prenzlauerberg.

Q –  How would you describe your personal style?

NB – I believe that I have very individual style.

Q –  The fashion business got boring, most designers (I mean Demna Gvasalia) started spoiling fashion houses and everybody is amazed. What do you think of those tendencies and how long they last?

NB – I like Demna, he is very brave and very different, and he is one of these missionaries or simply provocateurs!!! Does not want to belong to stereotypical drawer!!! There will be always one, who “Dances without tact”

Q –  What materials do you use/ and wish to try to work with?

NB – Glass or diamonds

Q –  Where do you go for inspiration?

NB – Italy.

Q –  How does that inspiration turn into reality?

NB – I take a lot of pictures in travel, love colors of Mediterranean and architecture from the 20th century.

Q –  What about BAUHAUS Project?

The Bauhaus was design school in Germany. It was established between 1919 and 1933 and today is regarded as a home of the avant-garde of classical modernism in all areas of free and applied art. In 2 years it could celebrate 100 years jubilee and I want to bring some pieces of my plans on the theatre stage, let’s see if I succeed…you know most difficult part for such a big project is, to bring artistic and organizing aptitude together.

Q – What’s your connection to Georgian or Jewish roots today?

NB – It makes me feel that I belong to a minority, which carries a difficult history, this has made integration in Europe easier for me, just because I’ve known very well how das it feels to be “Outsider”!!!

Q – And tell me about your last collaborations with Self Criticism of a Bourgeois Dog (2017)Proletarian winter’s Tale (2014)?

NB – I was lucky to work with many exciting people in Berlin, Julian Radlmaier is a friend of mine, he is a very talented writer and director, of Ein Proletarisches Wintermärchen, Selbstkritik eines buergerlichen Hundes, he is a master of political comedy films with “magic twists”.

Q –  Berlin Fashion Film Award (2013)?

NB – that was a collaboration with classical singer Grit Diaz de Arce and Sandra Hartleb.

Q – Do you plan collaborations with other designers lately?

NB – If I find the time I will be very happy to work with the designer and founder of Penelopes Sphere Tamari Nikoleishvili, to do some jewels for her very special clothes.

Q – What is your biggest next for you?

NB – Theater (Bauhaus) project and the new SHOOT (photo and video production company), again with very talented artist Sandra Hartleb.
Image result for coral pink color kiss illustration
Q – A lipstick can really transform you and I’m all about that kind of efficiency. Moodier question – what color are you recently been doing on?

NB – Definitely coral pink 😉

 

Bauhaus_NB_1 pädaogische angebote3

NB

Natia Bakhtadze 
Friedrichstraße 215-216
10969 Berlin
Mobile: +4915223503338
Office:  +49 30 54816302
http://www.rosebertinscloset.com/
http://rb-jewels.com/

 

 

Standard
Uncategorized

AUGUSTIN TEBOUL

AUGUSTIN TEBOUL is a high end womenswear label founded in 2010 by Annelie Augustin and Odély Teboul. The label offers exclusive garments and accessories on the edge of ready‐to-wear and haute couture.

(Runway highlights from AUGUSTIN TEBOUL Spring/Summer 2017 Collection at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Berlin.)

A touch of Rock‘n‘Roll combined with lascivious, luxurious elegance

Enter a caption

Annelie Augustin and Odély Teboul

augustin-teboul

Standard