Featured Designers Part 2

The only reason i'm doing part two so soon is because the designers i'll be mentioning here have seen great sales since the opening and i worry that if i wait a couple of more days, the store will have run out of their items by then. 

But before i get into that i would like to answer a question that i've been  asked a gazillion times....

Who's the creative genius behind our logo and branding? Well, it's the conception of a local graphic designer, Komraids. Let me tell you, that one...... could give any creative agency a run for their money. Check out more of her work here.

Moving on....

A-Morir by Kerin Rose 

A designer with a client list that includes Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Snoop Dogg, Katy Perry and other star studded names like those is one that never fails to make you utter in a breathless manner. Her theatrical work has been known to drop jaws and sprain necks. 

A-Morir's eyewear has been featured in magazines, tv and, music videos many, many, many, many, many, many, many, many........times. 

WARNING: The images below might cause occurrence of abnormal behavior. Symptoms include: screen hugging, uncontrollable crying and other unidentified reactions. 

Yes! Lace-covered sunnies....TTDF!

I swear, these images dont do them justice! 

Okaaaay....since you guys require a little reorientation,  i'll move onto a more mellow designer (whhhaaatt??) who's been embraced and loved by many so far.

Stolen Girlfriends Club 

The designers behind this brand are former professional New Zealand surfers Dan Gosling, Marc Moore and Luke Harwood. This label is built around inspiration through innovative fashion, design, music and art. It's rebellious spirit is not only carried in the brand's name, but their designs too. So far, we've only stocked their menswear but hope to carry their womenswear soon.

Ay-yi-yi....my heart just skipped a beat.

Naz Cannon
His pieces perfectly define the word androgyny. No, seriously, i've never seen a designer who can make clothes and accessories look good on both genders of all ages and sizes. I'm so proud he's a local one. 

SS '11

So, Naz recently partnered up with the local artist Khawla Al Marri, and their collaboration proved to be a success. It's the epitome of the "fashion meets....pop-art" world. 


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