CHRLDR is for our favourite girls.
Girls who love looking up at the sky and map out their dreams. They dream of hot summer nights and fun dip. Girls who love cuddling while watching Sportscenter with a cute guy. Girls who steal their cousins oversized torn tees and wear them with stilettos and tiny mini skirts. They have a crush on Thom and love singing to Bjork. These are girls who love matching their nail polish to the color of their boyfriend's turban. They ride old bikes by the beach and secretly wait for him to text. Girls who fall asleep in their clothes while on skype with their guy. Girls who admire Emmanuelle and love typography. They have secrets. They lust for the bad ass sweet boys and eat grilled cheeses. They love counting stars and wishing. Girls who realize that all we have is now.
CHRLDR will be your newest fascination. Super soft knit tops to a mosaic of delights, we hope you enjoy its whimsy as much as we do.
CHRLDR is You. CHRLDR is Me. CHRLDR is Us.
In September 2009, Prince Peter Collection was launched in New York City. The inspiration for the first collection came from Mick Rocks’ iconic music and fashion images. Together, Prince Peter and Mick Rock took10 images from rock n’ roll history to create the Spring/Summer 2010 collection, with particular pieces inspired by music greats David Bowie and Syd Barrett.
Then in February 2010, for his Fall/Winter show, Prince Peter decided to embrace and celebrate the wildly influential and successful New York City Venues and after-hours clubs of the 1980s, such as Danceteria, The Pyramid Club, The Mudd Club, and the Palladium. He named the collection ‘Virgin Spirit’ in honor of certain notable and emerging celebrities from that era, such as Madonna, Culture Club, Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat.
Prince Peter unveiled his Spring/Summer 2011 through a recreation of Andy Warhol’s Factory in a private downtown Manhattan loft. This time the collection drew inspiration from an era when the City was both a muse and a canvas for artists and musicians to make their mark and create their own legacy on future jilted generations to come. The Factory meets Max’s Kansas City, celebrating all darlings of the underground and remembered in true rock n’ roll fashion.
Designing has always been a passion of Lisa Freede. As a young girl, Lisa loved anything and everything that was bright and sparkly. Lisa's mother was a professional model, and her father was a contemporary home builder and renowned interior designer; style was second nature to Lisa. While in school, Lisa loved to create and accessorize original outfits. She would carry colorful beads and stones in her pockets and come home with embellished pencils, erasers, and lunch boxes that she crafted with paste at her desk. At such a young age, Lisa was already known by her family and peers as a trendsetter.
While growing up in Detroit, Lisa worked for a popular clothing store dressing some of Motown’s most well-known artists. From there, Lisa re-located to Los Angeles and began working in the wholesale market for Faded Glory, Yves Saint Laurent, and Calvin Klein. Lisa also taught Fashion Design and Merchandising at the acclaimed Brooks College in Southern California to share her passion and industry experience.
Lisa went on to become a celebrity stylist. During this time, she would often design her own jewelry pieces to style her celebrity clientele. Her designs caught the eye of Cher’s personal stylist, which opened doors for her to style and design for major films, TV, and music videos. From there, Lisa Freede the celebrity designer was born.
Lisa realized that there was a void in the jewelry market for everyday affordable, yet upscale, trendy jewelry. With Lisa’s style, creativity, and the help of her CEO daughter, as well as her creative, artistic daughter, and amazing team, magic happened. She then launched her jewelry collection in 2004 by designing the perfect pair of “Huggie” earrings and unique crystal motorcycle chain-link necklace. The earrings were immediately picked up by retail legend Fred Segal and sold-out completely within days.
Lisa Freede has appeared on "E" news, FOX news, The Today Show, and KTLA, as well as other popular media sources. Lisa Freede was named by the New York Times as "a designer to watch for" and has been featured in multiple publications including Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, The Oprah Magazine, InStyle, People Magazine, and many more.
LAGGO is a statement, a style created by meticulous craftsmanship. It stands for luxury and innovative design. Mariana and Nicholas Goschin sought to create the unique and ambitious new line, LAGGO. Launched through inspiration derived from her upbringing, Creative Director, Mariana Goschin first fell in love with fashion while watching her father, a tailor by trade, work and manipulate leather to create beautiful yet functional pieces.
“I believe that a great bag is not much different than a piece of art.” states Mariana, “We are slated with a beautiful blank canvas and it is up to our inspiration and imagination to bring it all together in harmony.” This mantra drives the couple to make timeless designs and turn them into a product that is individually handled with care and precision.
“For us, it is about making something special for everyone to enjoy. Laggo is equally elegant, as it is an extension of a woman’s everyday life. We hope more than anything that Laggo will not only accompany a woman to the store, but also to a special anniversary with a loved one or a celebration that calls for a unique flare,” proclaims Mariana.
Already in many high-end boutiques such as Calypso St . Barth, Big Drop NYC , Joe Brand and many more, the LA based company has grown exponentially since its inception less than one year ago.
Women who every day search for ways to express their personal style. That’s exactly what the team behind Kooba was doing in 1998 when they found themselves shopping in a sea of sameness that was the luxury market.
Armed only with passion, they set about creating a collection of bags for themselves and their friends. Avid vintage shoppers, the team focused on the things that spoke to them: attention to detail, original styles and distinctive textures. WHERE THE INDIVIDUAL—NOT THE ACCESSORY—MAKE THE STATEMENT.
Sorial’s handbag and accessory line was established in 2006 when husband and wife team Alex and Vivianne Sorial Bannout, decided to expand their production and developing business in order to design and manufacture Sorial’s combination of leathers, designs, and artistic craftsmanship. Sorial develops handbags that no fashion connoisseur could ever resist.
Sorial chooses the finest Italian lambskin so that each handbag and accessory is durable, light weight, and original. Every handbag combines street chic design with business savvy functionality so that each silhouette can be worn from work all the way to the dinner party downtown. Pricing is also very important in today’s day in age; Sorial handbags filled the price void that the market was missing without compromising the beauty and lavishness of their leathers and hardware.
Since its inception, SORIAL has designed exclusive lines for many stores including Henri Bendel, Everything But Water, Papyrus, Bloomingdale’s, & Nordstrom. Sorial’s beautiful designs have been seen on shows like Good Morning America, The Today Show & The Talk as well an array of celebrities including Reese Witherspoon, Martha Stewart, model/actress Molly Sims, Whitney Port, Kim Kardashian, Glee’s Becca Tobin, Dancing with the Stars instructor Sharna Burgess, actress/model Veronica Webb, reality TV stars Joanna Krupa, Theresa Guidice and Kelly Bensimon. SORIAL has supported many charitable foundations such as Marble Jam Kids (Autism), The National Brain Tumor Society, NJ SPCA & Got Pink (breast cancer) just to name a few. The line has received many accolades from media outlets such as Redbook, People Style Watch, Lucky Mag, Marie Claire, Seventeen, Women’s Health, WWD, Better Home & Garden and many more. Sorial’s collections are sold all over the world!
Make a statement;
dare to wear Sorial.