A Détacher clothes are individual explorations into surface, form and function. With a focus on construction and shape, they look to their consumer to give their clothing their own spiritual posture – to use them in their own fashion.
In 2009 Ace & Jig set out to create a seasonless women's collection from one fabrication: their own yarn-dye, woven fabric. They wanted to create timeless garments from their own textile designs that were as interesting in texture as they were in color and pattern. Each season the colors and silhouettes shift, but every collection is anchored by the stripe. Whether created by alternating textures, or through pops of saturated color they are an iconic and timeless medium, and an endless source for reinvention.
Versatile and unique clothing for any occasion, Ali Golden embodies the idea of an everyday modern uniform. All pieces are designed and produced in Oakland, California.
Atelier Delphine was born in March 2011 out of a desire to craft romantic loungewear for the modern woman. A life-long lover of beautiful things and meticulous workmanship, designer Yuka Izutsu founded the range as a way to communicate a personal aestheticcollection finds inspiration in both on-screen cinema sirens and the every-day bombshells that take it to bed. Executed in muted colors and the highest quality fabrics, Delphine’s pieces are meant to serve as a sanctuary from trend-driven fast fashion.

Base Range is a line of sustainable undergarments that focuses on quality and minimizing environmental impact. Clean, easy, and simple everyday undergarments in soft silhouettes. Based out of Denmark and France, these garments are meant to be forever wearable.

Black Crane is a cult-favorite collection by Alexander Yamaguchi and Momoko Suzuki. Focused on silhouettes that emphasize supple lines and comfort, their collection is characterized as minimal and edgy. As Alexander and Momoko consider environmental issues seriously, all production processes, including fabric weaving, take place locally in Los Angeles.

Black Crane designer Yamaguchi's skills in silkscreen printing and patterning, and Momoko’s background in environmental art make for an enviable collaborative partnership. With each new season you can see their influence on each other reflected in their much coveted clothes.

Building Block is a multi-medium design studio based in Los Angeles, established in 2011. The intent of each product is to clear away conventional standards of luxury by magnifying what is essential and editing out excess. Through the exploration of utilitarian materials + forms, Building Block suggests a minimalist alternative to accessories, finding continual inspiration in returning to square one.

Clyde is a New York City-based label designed by Vancouver native Dani Griffiths. Sharp yet classic and smartly cultivated, Clyde has caught the attention of distinguished publications and ardent admirers worldwide. The hats, in particular, possess a sculptural beauty while maintaining a straightforward wearability–this balance perfected by hand finishes and considered design.

Clyde aspires to not only be a part of the wearer’s story but to help tell it by encouraging individual experiences that can, in turn, impart personal meaning to each and every piece.

Founded by designers Maria Eugenia Diaz and Pepe Romero, they debuted from Los Angeles in 2014 with an aesthetic of disciplined minimalism. All Cuero & Mor products are manufactured in Souther Spain.
Your one stop shop for all things denim this season.
Gregory Buntain and Ian Collings founded their Brooklyn based design and fabrication studio, Fort Standard, in 2011. Buntain and Collings’ work relies on structural simplicity and honesty of materials. Terming their aesthetic “warm contemporary,” they merge craft tradition with progressive design. The duo creates “objects that are unique enough to refresh and simple enough to live forever,” explains Collings. Fort Standard boasts an impressive range of products, including home goods, toys, jewelry and furniture.
Originally trained as a painter in Paris, Ginette NY founder Frederique Dessemond’s delicate jewelry reflects her artistic background and eye for detail. She has gained a following through her delicate line of minimal jewelry. Understated, timeless, and contemporary, all items are handmade in her studio here in New York.
Excellence deriving from creation, but also from its materials. Handled, molded for leather goods, the stunning full grain leather is made to last the tests of time. All products are made in France.
Henrik Vibskov is a designer for those with a more conceptual eye. His abstract creations are unconventional – simple designs punctuated with unusual prints and textures. Henrik Vibskov is the only Scandinavian designer on the official Paris Fashion Week schedule.

Ilana Kohn is a line of clothing and textiles both designed and produced in New York City.

Prior to working in fashion, Ilana Kohn worked for close to a decade as a successful commercial editorial illustrator for clients such as the New Yorker, the New York Times and Kiehl's among many others. With a life long love of fashion, in 2011, Kohn began to craft ideas for a clothing line with a mind to creating easy to wear, clean & classic clothing that would serve to be a new canvas for her bold, colorful patterns. Having evolved from four basic silhouettes, the collection has grown into a full-fledged collection, providing boutique buyers and shoppers a wealth of choices for easy everyday dressing.

Kathleen Whitaker is a jewelry designer and porcelain ceramicist based out of Los Angeles. Her minimal jewelry design and use of gold has become her signature look for the art and design woman in Los Angeles and New York.
Lauren Manoogian is a New York based designer. She attended the Rhode Island School of Design and launched her jewelry line in 2010 which began as a series of wearable experiments. Shortly after followed a line of sophisticated knitwear. All garments are ethically handloomed on antique kntitting machines in Peru.
Martiniano is an Argentinian line of handmade shoes design by Martiniano Lopez Crozet. Using time-honored techniques and quality materials each shoe is cut, skived, stitched, and sewn by hand by artisans in Buenos Aires.

These are the pieces that become go-to's in our client's wardrobes. They are the things that we routinely sell out of, and that we reorder season after season when possible. These are the pieces you will reach for over and over. In other words, these are the No-Brainers. 

Helen made her first pair of slippers for her young son in the winter of 1977, they had a hand cut sheepskin sole and a crocheted upper made with hand spun raw wool, in a few years they would become known as the Original Padraig Slipper. Since Helen started selling her wears at local craft markets, the slipper line and the company have grown and evolved. Employing more than thirty local artisans and support staff, independently owned and operated in North Vancouver, ensuring product quality and support of the local community. They produce original quality products made by skilled artisans, using natural materials while accepting the importance of both the community and the environment.

Rodebjer is a progressive international fashion brand offering effortless elegance for all occasions. Rodebjer defines effortless elegance for progressive women. The brand is based in Stockholm and New York.


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Samuji is a creative studio and design house based in Helsinki, Finland. With a focus on simplicity and functionality; their ambition is to produce timeless and sustainable items with a story. All items are crafted with quality materials from European and Japanese suppliers.

 Shaina Mote is a young designer based in Los Angeles California. She strives to bring consciousness to the production process. When possible materials are locally sourced  and work with local and family run businesses.

In an effort to curb the mentality of fast fashion, we aim to provide sleek, transformable staples. By giving new options to the wearer, such as: a new way to tie, a reversible quality, etc., the hope is to increase the ways to wear the pieces over time and encourage less waste on the whole.


Sunja Link's (pronounced Soon-Ya) cult favorite collection is both staple and secret weapon here at Personnel of New York. A house favorite with clients and staff, her dresses are a mainstay in our 'Essentials' section.

Simultaneously easy and covetable, Sunja Link's garments are made with top quality fabrics from Italy and Japan. Each piece is cut and sewn in Vancouver, British Columbia where Sunja oversees every aspect of design and production.

The Hasbeens shoes are based on original '70s models and are made of natural grain leather, since it's the most beautiful and the highest quality. They are still handmade with respect for people in the old traditional way, and in small factories that have made shoes for decades. Happy shoes make happy people!
The Ulla Johnson label has become synonymous with custom prints, intricate embroideries, and fine tailoring, all of which have earned her a loyal and global customer base. With the introduction of a shoe collection in Fall 2013, the line now encompasses a full range of product categories sourced and produced worldwide with an emphasis on artisanal and handcrafted processes.

Upstate designs effortless and memorable clothing for confident and adventurous women for all occasions. Each collection focuses on reinvigorating traditional processes with a modern sensibility. Designed and made in the USA, co-founder Kalen Kaminski continues to grow her knowledge of shibori and hand dye methods in her Brooklyn studio.



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