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.
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.
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.
Loup marries vintage aesthetics with the contemporary world. Reeling through images
found in 1960’s French art and film. Loup seizes the retro futuristic aspect of that era. The product is something totally relaxed, comfortable and simultaneously chic.
Loup is based in New York and made in New York.
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.
The idea for the collection was born over sunset drinks in Goa. Phoebe Vickers on one side of the table and former college roommate Purna Khatau on the other. The concept? To create a complete vacation wardrobe, using luxe feel-good fabrics, sophisticated colors, and hand-crafted embellishments. The result? A collection of luxurious separates that embodies the modern bohemian spirit - clothes fit for the side-streets of Paris to the beaches of Tulum, ensuring you are always dressed for the unexpected.
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.
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.