“Dani and the Rings” was conceived as a collaboration between mother and daughter. Luchiya designs her line of jewelry with a goal to create pieces that are intimate and meaningful, using a variation of techniques, some of which are centuries old, while combining different textures and materials. She strives for a modern, timeless, and effortless sense of everyday luxury and comfort.
Min & Mon is a New York City-based handbag label, inspired by the idea that bags should be fun, changeable and beautiful. In 2015 three friends, an artist, a musician and an architect decided to team up and dream of a unique story for accessories; finely-crafted in the artisan tradition of the Andes.
New York based jewelry designer Rhea Kulcsar gains inspiration in everything from art galleries to nightlife, runways to real people, street style to exotic destinations. If you are a lover of beautiful stones, one-of-a-kind pieces, and dainty fine jewelry, then this is a match made in heaven!
Strand Book Store's Pop Up shop in Artists & Fleas’ Soho market includes bestsellers thoughtfully curated for Artists & Fleas patrons in addition to Strand staff picks, must-read contemporary fiction, and a selection of quintessential used and bargain finds. Shoppers will also find selections from Strand’s signature merchandise collection – totes, pouches, hats, buttons, and super-fun kitsch.
Alexandra Beth Designs brings to market a custom collection that features natural and healing gemstones, symbolic pendants, and many more inspired designs. Alexandra takes great pleasure in bringing joy to others with her designs, and in this way hopes to help others find their fullest expression, too. Based in Brooklyn, New York, Alexandra has earned an international following with features in InStyle, Seventeen, The Washinton Post, Redbook, O: The Oprah Magazine, People StyleWatch, Good Housekeeping, Good Morning America, and more.
The American Design Club (AmDC) was conceived in the spring of 2008. At that time, America’s relevance in the design world was being questioned, with some postulating that US-based designers would never be as influential or productive as their European counterparts. Looking around, however, all we saw was talent and ambition in our fellow American designers, from close friends to former employers to recent design school graduates. What was missing was an avenue for these designers to share their work with a broad audience. The AmDC's founding members resolved to improve the situation by creating a platform from which designers could launch new ideas and connect with one another.
Aris is a jewelry designer from Athens, Greece. He first began learning the trade while working in the jewelry industry in Athens in 1993, where he started his own business. He moved to New York in 2013 and founded “By Aris”.
Aris’ inspiration stems from Greek culture and the elegance of the female form. He aspires to create pieces that can be worn by different types of women, regardless of style and age.
The “By Aris” jewelry are made with a hypoallergenic brass alloy, which is made up of a copper and bronze mix. They are plated in 24K gold, silver ox, rose-gold, bronze, and gunmetal.
Many of the pieces are adorned with the finest quality of authentic Swarovski crystals, carefully placed by the artisan himself.
“When I discovered crystals, my ideas soared because they’re so captivating to look at and they make every piece so much more elegant. I hope you enjoy my designs as much as I enjoy making them”
SoJara takes vintage clothing and reworks it to create original, one of a kind clothing with a rock & roll vibe, giving new life to worn-out jeans, retired army jackets and tattered T-shirts.
Jara and her daughter Charli drew inspiration for the clothes from the personal desire to spread good vibes through her inspirational messages and love for Rock & Roll. Ever since Jara’s fight against breast cancer, she and her daughter have been working with various organizations such as Making Strides Against Breast Cancer to help other families who are going through the same struggle and to help find a cure. Their designs express their voices through fashionable deconstruction to help spread their messages of hope and empowerment.