Coinciding with our seventh year as an underwriter for the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund, we've created six in-store boutiques featuring items by the 2012 winner, runners-up and finalists.
You'll find the temporary boutiques in the following stores: downtown Seattle, San Francisco Centre, The Grove in Los Angeles, Michigan Avenue in downtown Chicago, NorthPark Center in Dallas, and treasure&bond in New York. Call our Designer Specialists at 1.877.543.7463 or Live Chat with us for more information.
The CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund was established in 2003 to help emerging American designers build their brands through mentorships and financial support. The winner receives $300,000 and two runners-up receive $100,000 each.
Check out videos of the judging process, design challenges, runway show and more on our blog.
Established in 2007, The Elder Statesman fuses luxurious knitwear with a laid-back West Coast vibe—think top-of-the-line cashmere in a muddled tie-dye print.
Brit turned New Yorker Tabitha Simmons got her start as a model, morphed into a fashion stylist and now designs her own line of trend-forward heels, flats and boots.
Simplicity and elegance define Jennifer Meyer Maguire's collection of delicate gold necklaces, bracelets and rings, already a staple among Hollywood elite.
A former career as an A-list celebrity stylist helped prepare Andrea Lieberman for her current vocation: creating chic, easy-to-wear basics and daring, modular designs.
What began as an artisan boutique has grown to include an in-house collection of unisex, natural designs inspired by a mix of primitivism and futurism.
Florence native Sofia Sizzi draws on the old-world techniques she learned as a designer for top Italian brands to create her own collection of clean, feminine womenswear.
Music, design and photography fuel the creative trio behind Illesteva, a New York eyewear brand known for its cutting-edge shapes and fresh colorways.
Gold goes graphic in Jennifer Fisher's namesake jewelry line, which uses geometric shapes and a dash of simplicity to evoke an edgy, polished feel.
One-of-a-kind prints and boundary-pushing silhouettes have propelled New York brand Suno to the forefront, while its commitment to production in Kenya, India, Peru and New York only adds to its forward-thinking appeal.