Clover Canyon, Bec & Bridge among hot new designers at Bloomingdale’s
At fashion weeks from New York to London to Paris, we see new designers crop up every year offering fresh takes on style. In a fashion world crowded with hundreds of high-end designers, which ones have that ‘wow’ factor worthy of our attention and hard earned rubles?
Here are three new designers fresh on the U.S. scenes that are making us to lift up our sunglasses, bat our lashes and stare with admiration. You can find all of them at Bloomingdale’s — where, when you shop through ShopAtHome.com, you’ll earn 5.5 percent Cash Back on your purchases.
Clover Canyon: Their signature style is mirrored graphics in bright colors. Yes, there are the traditional patterns — florals and dimensional lines. But, look a little closer and you’ll spot interesting details like piano keys and royal horses. This high-fashion mini flip skirt from Clover Canyon’s fall line is a good representation of the brand and is a fun statement piece to add to your closet — especially if you work in a creative office. The line also carries shift dresses, tunics and pants. Here’s what the brand says about itself: “Designed and produced in Los Angeles, each Clover Canyon collection reflects the eclectic, joyful spirit of California through vivid prints and streamlined silhouettes.”
Bec & Bridge: The designers — Becky Cooper and Bridget Yorston — met at design school and launched their Australian line back in 2003. The re-invented party dresses are grabbing attention here in America now, too. Their line could be summed up as sleek and sophisticated. We’re loving the spin on this snake charmer “little black dress.” The bodycon dress is reversible — with a demure neckline on one side and a daring, low-cut scoopneck on the other. Here’s what the line says about itself: “Bec and Bridge is renowned for its innovative take on the party dress, as well as a refined collection of chic separates in vibrant color palettes.”
Illamasqua: The make-up brand comes straight from London, where it launched in 2008. We like the “eye brow cake” because the brow powder shapes and defines your brows. You can enhance your natural color or experiment with a different tone. Seal it with a gel and it becomes waterproof. One little detail we’re loving about the line? You can watch videos that show how to apply the products. The brand says it draws from sources like the 1920’s Berlin club scene and the film and theater industry.
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