Labels: Young Women

Ben Sherman

Made in Brighton, United Kingdom in the 1960s. He started off making iconic tee shirts during the MOD movement. Ben Sherman began designing music tee shirts during the beatles era, and put them onto shirts. He became an instant hit. As he went on, he made button down shirts, and quickly evolved. His collection was made to look comfortable and edgy at the same time.

Faith Connexion

Ilan Delouis founded the collection in 2004. Created in France, Ilan once again delivers a hit collection. He gives the collection a rocker appeal, yet embodies an edgy, glamourous look. Faith inocorporates a distressed vintage feel, aspects of the clothing appear intentionally weathered and frayed. Black and white graphics with sharp-edged fonts, angel wings, and the words FAITH across the front of hoodie’s, give the brand its unique style.


The Knowles have done it again! Beyonce and her mom, Tina Knowles have created a fashion label fit for a queen. Taking Tina’s moms maiden name, the ladies created a fashion label to fit every womans curve. Beyonce has put her own style in the collection. It grows with her. Taking her favorite designers, tina and beyonce have made it their own.

Apple Bottoms

Immortalized in many songs, Nelly has done it again. Created in August 2003, Nelly started the collection with the belief  that a woman should not try to fit the clothes, the clothes should fit the woman.Years later, and he stays true to his belief. Apple Bottoms is celebrating and liberating the natural curves of a womans body.

Ed Hardy

One of the most famous brands today. An almost cult following. Don Ed Hardy is known as the godfather of the modern tattoo. With 40 years of experience, he created pieces of artwork. Christian Audigier, most known for making Von Dutch trucker hats huge, took Don Ed Hardy’s line and created a frenzy in the fashion industry. Many try to mimic this street couture collection, but noone can come near the inginuity of this collection.


The sister company of the people who own Affliction. Launched in August 2005 , Tom Atencio, Todd Bear, Eric Foss, Clifton Chason; wanted to create a cool and comfortable collection for everyone to wear. Sinful takes the tattoo art work and makes it feminine. The clothing features a mix of religious and non religious elements, which include (but are not limited to) angels, angel wings, doves, crosses, burning hearts, roses and skulls.


After two years of creating clothes for junior and young contemporary market under the 213 Industry label, Los Angeles-based designer Michelle Kim launched MK2K, a contemporary knits line with forward style. Its all about layering and mixing and matching with this line.


A funky Canadian collection. Inspired by the japanese culture. Renowned for achieving fusion and balance between true fashion and the world in which we live. Uses 100% natural fibers in the entire collection. Organic cotton, bamboo, soy fabric and viscose.


True Religion

Jeffrey Lubell founded True Religion in 2002 with the intention of redefining premium denim. His vision was to make quality, American- made, authentic, timeless, great gitting, 1970’s inspired jeans wear, with a trendsetting appeal for today’s customer. True Religion is and always will be Timeless, Hippie, Bohemian, Chic.


A sportswear collection from Jimmy Taverniti. Banks on vintage appeal, from baggy, masculine pants to trousers and skinny jeans. In 2004, Taverniti and his old friend Paul Guez joined forces to launch Taverniti So Jeans. Taverniti and Guez’s team, including Gregory Abbou, developed new wash treatments and fits, using premium denim as well as other fabrications from the USA, Japan and Europe. Taverniti jeans tend to fit a tall, slender frame with emphasis on pocket detail and a “streamlined” appearance all down the leg. The Taverniti “Twist” jeans emulates the True Religion seam down the lef as it twists into the front, a very flattering look for most body types.

Joes Jeans

With its competitve advantages and industry expertise in denim-wear and denim-related products, Joe’s produces one of the most recognized and sought-after premium denim brands in the world. Joe’s products are designed internally.

Juicy Couture

A contemporary line of both casual and dressy apparel. Known for their terry cloth and velour tracksuits as well as other clothing and accessories.In 1994, Gela Nash-Taylor and Pamela Skaist-Levy, decided to create their own fashion label. Their aim was to create a label equal to that of other major labels, but to be more affordable to the general public. Their line, which they called “Juicy Couture,” was to include a variety of athletic and casual wear, most notably the velour tracksuitthat won Juicy Couture a great deal of popularity.Taylor and Levy did not have much money with which to start their label, thus leading to a slow start-up of thecompany. In 1996, after establishing their company and needing to get the brand in the public eye, the women sent their completed designs to celebrities, Madonna credited with turning the velour tracksuit into a trend, was sent a track suit with “Madge” embroidered on it (Juicy Couture rarely uses “Madge” on their clothing anymore). Madonna was seen wearing the tracksuit, and the company became a success almost instantly.


Gwen Stefani has done it again. The rock fashionista has taken not only her stage style, but incorporated it into her daily wear to create a beautiful and edgy line. It fits like a charm. Beautiful colors and great attention to detail. The perfect line for that perfect extra something in your outfit!