The streetwear line features cherry branded t-shirts, re-worked Dickies, and their signature item, the "T-Hoodie," a short sleeved t-shirt sewn on top of a hooded sweatshirt. Called New York's best up-and-coming label by the likes of Vogue and W Magazine, Lorod transforms the classic closet archetypes for the modern woman. Co-founders Lauren Rodriguez and Michael Freels draw on western aesthetics to elevate everyday uniform items through unique fabrics, tailoring, and hardwear - think tailored Canadian tuxedos, denim jacket with white stitching, and a pair of jeans with a front-to-back zipper. The duo also just announced a collaboration with Manolo Blahnik to create a line of footwear for their Pre-Fall 2018 collection. Orseund Iris, pronounced [OAR- sünd - EYE – riss], this blog took the fashion world by storm through its fiercely feminine aesthetic. The NYC-based brand delivers seasonless basics with a flare, known for their infamous knit corset "boob shelf" to tops with exposed bra-cup details. Since launching in July 2017, Markarian has been the fashion set's go-to for perfect occasion dress. Founder Ali O'Neil designs with an old school elegance and dedication to craftsmanship, creating etherial works of art for the modern day princess. Named after Markarian galaxies, a grouping of ultraviolet stars found in the Sixties, the Greenwich Village-based brand oozes cool with a mix of otherworldly quirk, featuring gowns with hand embroidered sea creatures, planets, and stars. O'Neil will also be releasing a set of Saturn-inspired handbags next year to really take your look out of this world.
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