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11 Emerging Designers to Watch For at Designers & Agents’ Green Room

The international marketplace will be feting clothing and accessories from more than 1,000 independent designers for the fall/holiday season

By Jasmin Malik Chua - Source: http://www.ecouterre.com

Courtesy of Ecouterre

Courtesy of Ecouterre


Drop by the Starrett-Lehigh Building in New York City for another season of Designers & Agents. Running through Wednesday, the international marketplace will be feting clothing and accessories from more than 1,000 independent designers for the fall/holiday season. Ecouterre will once again be holding court at the Green Room, a curated, pre-edited “eco-capsule” of emerging eco-savvy talent from across the globe. Here’s a look at who—and what—to expect.

Designers & Agents
The Starrett-Lehigh Building
601 W. 26 St.
New York, NY 10001

Photo © Suzanne Rae

Photo © Suzanne Rae


SUZANNE RAE

A sustainably notioned women’s ready-to-wear label from Brooklyn, Suzanne Rae is both inspired by and made for the progressive, modern gentlewoman. As feminine as they are feminist, its pieces are as minimalist in aesthetic as they are relevant in functionality.

Photo © Nomadic Thread Society

Photo © Nomadic Thread Society


NOMADIC THREAD SOCIETY

Driven by “chronic wanderlust,” Nomadic Thread Society transforms indigenous textiles from artisans and small producers around the world—India, Tunisia, Kenya, Guatemala, and Panama are just some of its ports of call—into clothing, accessories, and accents for the beach and home.

Photo © Rosel

Photo © Rosel


ROSEL

Founded by Juliane Camposano, Rosel offers sustainable, fair-trade designs with an all-American edge and a ’60s-sportswear-inspired vibe.

Photo © Pima Doll

Photo © Pima Doll


PIMA DOLL

A pima-cotton collection designed in New York and crafted in Peru, Pima Cotton employs a zero-waste philosophy that sees its leftover cuttings revived as sumptuous, one-of-a-kind knits.

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