addō is a unique collective retail environment where customers can discover products by emerging and established designers from around the globe.
Engineered elegance. Fashion meets fabrication. Leveraging her background in mechanical engineering from Columbia University, Aisling Camps creates exquisite handmade knits. After graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2013 with a specialization in knitwear, Aisling started her eponymous brand at home in Trinidad. In 2015 Aisling relocated to New York to bring the clean, modern Caribbean aesthetic to a wider audience. Each piece is handmade and meticulously finished in her home studio in Brooklyn. Her work embodies grace and understated ease with unparalleled comfort due to the fastidious selection of the finest yarns.
"Anne creates long, elegant, feminine silhouettes, often uses fabrics for men's suits for split skirts, or decolletés with ribbons crossed, tied or buttoned... Her simple, subtle style does not mean there's only one way to wear her clothes. The woollen collar transforms into a stovepipe hat! A cachemire scarf turns an overcoat into evening dress! She allows each customer to interpret or adapt the garment according to her mood, and likes to offer several versions: reversibles in two colours, leather straps which can be tied in a 1000 ways."
FORAY GOLF is a ready-to-wear inspired women’s golf brand offering leading-edge styles that perform. Made up of forward-thinkers who are taking women’s fashion where it has never been. Our goal is to empower women to be avant-garde -- in a traditional game like golf, that makes the FORAY woman a renegade.
Foray, the word itself, means a sudden attack or incursion. That ignites our determination to let out our inner renegade. Disruptive to the norm, we are taking the golf world by surprise and demonstrating an intolerance for the status quo. Women have been treated as second class citizens on their own course and FORAY is here to answer their call to arms.
Hollie Watman is a New York City native and avid art collector who was inspired by gallery works and personal pieces to start her namesake line.
A serial entrepreneur, graduate of the Parsons School of Design and seasoned industry veteran, this is her third business that builds on the success of her jewelry and children’s wear labels that focused on textiles.
Taking her interest in global travel, fitness and art, she is constantly influenced by her surroundings to create fun, wearable pieces for the many facets of life.
IndigoJane grew out of a desire to create seasonal, local textiles using only natural, botanical dyes. I have a dye garden on Long Island where I grow hollyhocks, marigolds, hibiscus and a variety of other flowers which yield beautiful colors. I forage for walnuts for browns and grays at nearby farms. The cashmere is from a small mill in Nepal, the cotton is hand woven Khadi cotton from southern India.
At Jes Wade our craft, ongoing client dialogue, and quality are the foundation of our business. For us our long term relationships with clients who wear our clothing is the ultimate measure of success.
We focus on innovation in design by styling heritage fabrics in modern ways. Heavy weight crepe back satins are rotated onto bias to create luxury styles with the ease of t-shirts. Couture laces are supported with lightweight power mesh so fitted corseted tops and dresses slim and support the body with comfort and ease of movement. Every Jes Wade piece is constructed with every attention to detail in our TriBeCa atelier. Our goal with every piece we sell is that it will be worn and cherished for years to come.
KOMONO was founded in Belgium in 2009 by Raf Maes and Anton Janssens. KOMONO brings its sleek design, inspired color palate, and minimalist aesthetic to the world of accessories.
KOMONO is a community of dreamers and designers dedicated to perfectly timed accessories, and rooted in the Belgian tradition of fierce dedication to quality and craft. KOMONO is a lens on global fashion, crafted with care and delivered on time. KOMONO is the perfect blend of Vision and Timing. KOMONO is global fashion at your fingertips.
With the idea to create a brand of beautifully designed, artisan made handbags our founders created MARIYA, a collection that blends traditional handmade techniques with modern, functional design.
The MARIYA collection of handbags and accessories is 100% handmade by the indigenous Wayuu women of La Guajira, Colombia.
The designs are developed by MARIYA and hand-crocheted by their artisan partners, the finest Wayuu artisans.
MARIYA proudly practices Fair Trade principles and also donates a portion of their profits to Aguayuda, a charity that provides water sanitation and access to communities located in the same region where MARIYA's bags are handmade: La Guajira, Colombia.
In these rapidly changing times NFP fosters the concept of transition, transformation and evolution. Gail Travis has designed a collection of smart geometric shapes and styles that are of the moment, but not bound by time. Each piece has the ability to link, layer, fold, snap, shift or connect, creating a platform for personal expression. Ultimately encouraging each individual’s NEW FORM & PERSPECTIVE.
The knitted sweaters (NIT), hand felted dresses and tops (FELT) and foundation jersey pieces of tanks, bodysuits, and leggings (PHRAME) collectively present a unique line of architectural building blocks. N:F:P additionally offers a distinctive line of tunics, dresses and floor-length gowns using a signature felting technique, one of the oldest methods of fabric-making. NEW FORM PERSPECTIVE marries felting with diaphanous featherweight jerseys in subtle, muted colors creating stunning, sophisticated, modern foils for layering the knits.
NFP’s ability to turn upside-down, backwards, and creatively mold, secures the sustainability of each garment. It supports a more socially conscious and resourceful lifestyle through appreciation of highly designed, multi-functional product. Rooted in timeless architectural shapes, New Form Perspective’s goal is to encourage minimizing the disposable mindset of recent fashion, and increase awareness of fashion’s strength to be an enhancement to our basic environment and personal self. Ultimately sharing the beauty of fashion through it’s ability to be inventive and creative while maintaining a wearable artform. N:F:P positively motivates each individual towards a more personalized interaction between designer and consumer.
Ever curious about the world around her, Page Sargisson seeks out objects whose texture, shape and history inspire her. With her ability to see beauty where others might not, Page repurposes and transforms these found objects into uniquely textured, handcrafted jewelry, and in doing so, helps bring out the artist in those who wear these special creations.
Page grew up working in her grandfather’s woodworking studio and learned to carve, sand and make dovetail joints with him – after graduating from Brown and working a corporate job, she took a wax carving class that brought her back to my childhood passion of creating and carving. Fifteen years later, she sells at small boutiques around the US, and Barney’s, Ron Herman and Isetan in Japan. She designs jewelry for people like her, jewelry that can transition from dropping off the kids at school in the morning to work and dinner out at night.
Page's pieces are all handmade here in NYC using recycled metals. Her work has a distinct look since she transfers textures from old letterpress blocks, textiles and woodblocks – this seems to attract a clientele who like to “collect” her pieces.
In a world where so much is mass produced and 3D printed, the "brushstrokes" of her carvings allow the end customer to connect to the artist and imagine the work that went into creating each piece.
Perry Stark is the designer for StarkX, residing in Malibu, California since 1988. She started her career by studying at FIDM in Downtown Los Angeles. Over the next decade, Perry worked for various companies doing production and freelance design. After finding a perfect boxy tee on a trip to Amsterdam in 2013, she was inspired to start building a collection that came to be STARK X, which embodies comfort and a relaxed, subtle Bohemian feel.
VANITA ROSA is a women’s luxury Resortwear collection launched in 2002 by Valérie Bourdin. The collection of blouses, dresses and tunics has a unique gypsy meets jet-set spirit combining noble fabrics, pastel colours and fine French lace from Calais. The result is a seasonless brand as luxurious as bohemian. Women who love travelling around the world are fond of VANITA ROSA.
MADE IN FRANCE: All the collections are designed and entirely made in PARIS in our own "Atelier de Couture" which his a guarantee of quality for the brand. Valérie loves working with noble fabrics such as linen or silk and all shapes are gathered with a very unique and fine French lace which became the "signature" of the brand over the years.
Each season, she selects the lace from the best French suppliers in Calais and creates her own gradient colours of linen.
Valérie is also very intensely involved in the overall process of creation for a perfect result. From the design of the pattern to the last fitting, Valérie follows everything to be sure that each of her customers receive the perfect outfit.
Vernacular Etc. is a concept space and store of curated lifestyle, home and art located at the entrance of Amagansett Village. We offer a selection of beautifully designed and functional products, including glassware, ceramics, candles, tabletop, jewelry, and personal accessories as well as original artwork. Our products are meant for both everyday use and aesthetic pleasure.
Born out of a passion for art and design, Vernacular Etc. purposefully draws from different design inspirations mixing modern and vintage, minimalist and bold. In addition to our design objects, we exhibit emerging artists and designers based out of New York City and Europe.
Volver is a collaboration of style and functionality. Designed with the modern woman in mind, the collection in its entirety expresses classic American chic with an edge. Each piece is hand made in the heart of New York with the use of local factories and tanneries. A minimalistic approach was taken in designing the ready to wear collection. The mixture of light weight leathers, maximum attention to detail & signature hardware is just the right combination for a polished everyday look. Volver's handbag collection compliments the ready to wear offering the same functionality. Classic shapes constructed in Italian and American Leathers also feature Volver's signature hardware and piercing. The durable and light weight leather selected make it possible for the modern woman on the go to carry her essentials from day to night.
V by Kiki is a design jewelry brand for the ones who embrace the concept of casual-chic in their life style. Blending and pushing the boundaries between beauty and traditional jewelry techniques, V‘s pieces are of originality and sophisticated vision.
All WhiteWash Collection garments are designed & constructed in New York from sustainably sourced materials. Wrap yourself in our soft, fine bamboo jersey knits, layer on our supple shearlings and leathers, pare down for the summer sun in our lightweight wovens and face the world in comfort & style.
The process of each piece begins in the studio and is inspired from life. Whether that be clothing, art, home goods, or architecture - we invite you to live a life where beauty, function, and quality align. Good design finds these points of intersection and guides that process of alignment while sharing that vision with others. WhiteWash aims to create fewer, better things.