• Hiro Clark

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    Hiro Clark came to life in 2014. Salzer calls it a brand for guys. “We were born making t-shirts. Our graphic tees are released in limited editions. When they’re gone we move on.” The fit has been researched to the last detail to deliver definitive classics. Every garment is made from the highest quality 100% cotton.

    But who is this Hiro Clark? He is a surfer, a skater, a dropout, a dreamer, a drifter. For those that remember Salzer’s former fashion brand Yoko Devereaux; Hiro is Yoko’s son by another marriage. The name is a play on hero and Clark Kent. What boy doesn’t want to grow up to be Superman?

  • House of Lafayette

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    House of Lafayette is a label of high-end hats and cocktails pieces, handmade in New York City with love. Every House of Lafayette piece is unique – each color combination, rich fabric and unexpected trim is carefully chosen to create one-of-a-kind classical yet modern pieces.

    Ultimately, House of Lafayette has one mission: to put the hat back in the spotlight and to let it become what it used to be – the indispensable accessory to a daytime or night time outfit. HoL will be the hat you pass down from generation to generation by its timeless design and quality.

  • Jack Vartanian

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    Since 1999, Jack Vartanian has created fine jewelry collections infused with a unique blend of tradition, sophistication and avant-garde design. Vartanian’s passion for precious stones comes from his family long standing tradition in the gemstone trade. The Vartanian family business provided an early exposure and practical training for the designer. Jack began working in the jewelry industry as a teenager, developing his design skills at an early age.

    His design perspective evolved as he traveled the world and immersed himself in the study of art and design history, and discovered new stones. The result of his dedication to the craft is reflected in the brand’s timeless yet contemporary pieces, “new classics” designed for all occasions. Each piece of the collection is an object of desire that evokes new ways of using materials like gold, rhodium, black diamonds, white diamonds, emeralds, rubies and sapphires to create truly innovative jewels.

  • La Fulana

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    La Fulana is a swimwear brand designed by Marian Bedoya and inspired by the richness of Latin American culture. Her fabrics are sourced in Brazil, while the styles are produced in Peru. Their exclusive prints are designed by local artists, and printed onto biodegradable swimsuit material. The line offers a variety of different cuts and designs to complement all body types.

  • Lala Abaddon

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    Lala Abaddon seeks to examine the dual nature of binary relationships with parallels that give shape to their physical existence.

    In her woven work she integrates many components in her process, capturing her unique images multiple times through a repetitive sequence of traditional analog photographic methods, then arranging the large format prints into precise and deliberate pairings. She continues on to intricately and painstakingly hand cut each print into hundreds of strips and then hand-weave the prints with undulating and complicated patterns designed to convey a specific feeling, eventually leaving us with images within images and compelling the viewer to experience alternate realities or states of being. This process can take weeks depending on the complexity of the images and weave structures.  Many times her work is mistaken for a digital manipulation, and the discovery of it’s true nature by the viewer is integral to the understanding of her process and purpose; to disrupt order, reconstruct historical notions of photography and weaving, and challenge what it means to create something solely for the purpose of creation.

  • Land of Distraction

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    Inspired by global travelers and adventure seekers, Land of Distraction was founded by Danita Short and Christian Juul Nielsen in 2017. The L.A.-based label chooses utilitarian silhouettes and ’70s-referencing details to create a collection that feels both modern and nostalgic. Drawing from Short’s upbringing on a Canadian farm and her passion for motorcycles, the brand produces no-fuss tops, pants, and dresses that seamlessly pair cool with comfortable.

    Land of Distraction is for the thrill seekers, the rule breakers, the path finders.

    It looks to the past and thinks of the future, with a nod to the travelers who came before its time, carving new paths for those yet to come.

    Irreverent and playful, utilitarian and gilded, it serves purpose and whim. Born to the road, it finds its place in a world where nothing is sacred and everything is dear.

  • Laykh

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    Hong Kong-based designer and founder of exotic handbag brand Laykh, Kashish Hemnani combines undeniable New York sophistication, with the unexpected edge of a global fashionista. Not cluttered with chains or logos, the silhouettes are sexy and streamlined. The pieces are a fresh take on the classics. which enhance one’s style. The beauty and finishing of the exquisite skins is one of the hallmark of Laykh, but procuring grade one skins from the leading tanneries can only take quality so far. Laykh’s fantastic finishing is what gives the brand it’s edge, all handbags and clutches are handcrafted by a local team of artisans with remarkable manual ability.

  • Leonor Greyl

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    Leonor Greyl is the brand specialist in hair treatments using only high-grade natural ingredients – all environmentally safe. Created with delicate aromas and plant extracts, the products give our hair more brilliance, more glamour, and more beauty.

    Behind the success of the Leonor Greyl brand, there are all the ingredients of success: the expertise of more than 40 years in hair care treatment using only natural products, the passion of healthy and glamorous hair and the most important: the love of her profession.

    Leonor Greyl is a brand, a range of hair care products, an Institute, a family business, where everyone is passionate about hair beauty. In 1968, after meeting her future husband Jean-Marie Greyl who has an extraordinary knowledge of botanicals, the pair created the Leonor Greyl. In 1968, ‘natural’ was not yet the fashion but these natural products were a hit and continue to have success today.

  • Lisa Bayer

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    Lisa Bayer is a native New Yorker who always loved to draw and explore many forms of art as a child.  While studying communications and theater at Northeastern University in Boston, MA she held down a part-time job at a tony shop located on Newbury St., where her fascination for jewelry design, sales and marketing began. Once she returned to NYC where she currently resides, Lisa built a career in fashion but never abandoned her passion for drawing.

    On the surface, Lisa’s illustrations seem very informal, almost child-like, but the proportions and the restrained color choices are very sophisticated. Exaggerated eyes are a key stylistic component. Lisa’s artwork has been commissioned by various designers and is available by request as prints.

  • Mania Zamani

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    Mani Zamani’s pieces reflect her cohesive vision based on architectural form and principle; a material essay on mathematical proportions and geometric shape. The constructive possibilities of fine jewelry and their technical challenges are what drive the designer. Zamani’s preoccupation is with buildings made of lines, angles and squares yet her interpretation of texture and color is modern, highly stylistic and undeniably feminine.

  • Matthew Stone

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    Matthew Stone is a self-taught artist and designer who wears many creative caps and works in multiple mediums. As head tailor of Levi’s Haus of Strauss in Los Angeles, he has designed for and collaborated with numerous artists and influencers to create custom denim styles. As founder of ONYX Productions, he has translated his uniquely refined taste and appreciation for antiquities into a thriving event design and production company. His fascination with the occult, alchemy and its iconic symbolism, made this the perfect opportunity for us to collaborate with him on our ASTRAL story.

  • Lucy Michel

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    Lucy Michel is an artist born and raised in Los Angeles, CA. After studying fine art and photography at Otis College of Art and Design and Parsons School of Design with a focus on the craft of handmade objects, ceramics and jewelry, used for functionality and everyday adornment. Lucy is an artist that is willing to take risks, collaborate and make quality pieces that feel good to have in your home. Stylish but not trendy, she invokes an earthy, but refined energy in her designs.