The Spring Collection of handbags from arzadesign features pieces made from light colored leather with splashes of metallic gold and silver. They are fresh and fashionable, and a great accent to a flirty spring outfit.
Designer Arza Gilad has developed a style that is easily recognizable for its modern feel, geometric shapes and innovative design. In her vision, form follows function. So her bags are, above all, practical, even though it’s impossible not to notice the striking shapes and high quality materials. Using sumptuous Italian leathers on the outside, Arza lines her bags with brightly colored fabrics on the inside.
arzadesign bags have been seen on celebrities and featured many influential fashion and design media outlets.
When you carry a beautiful bag from Engage Green, you can be assured that it was made with great design, integrity, and environmentally sustainable materials.
Brooklyn-based Engage Green Artist and Founder Leonor Mendoza is committed to creating her multiple lines of bags and accessories by “choosing the right material, creating a functional design and engaging environmentally conscious consumers.”
The diverse collection includes shoulder bags, totes, satchels, clutches, toiletry bags, yoga mat bags, and more. All of their designs are made from recycled paper or plastic and come in a lovely variety of fabrics and textures.
Engage Green is committed to creating useful and stylish designs with recycled materials and environmentally safe manufacturing. By transforming the way we shop, Engage Green is helping us all commit to leaving a clean, safe planet for future generations.
“If a woman rebels against high heeled shoes, she should take care to do it in a very smart hat.” (George Bernard Shaw)
Apologies to Mr. Shaw, but in a city where most people walk everywhere, heels are not always convenient. That’s where Rocks and Salt Design steps in.
Fashion designers and master craftspeople Sara Hull and Phil Miner of Rocks and Salt Design are showing their current collection of women’s and men’s hats at ID Pop Shop. Their hats are famous in the city for being hip, stylish, and beautifully made in Brooklyn. They use high quality fabrics, including wool and cashmere for winter designs and cotton, linen and bamboo for warm weather wear. They add expert detailing to every piece they make. The Carmelita Sun Hat pictured comes in range of colors and patterns.
Sara and Phil are also showing their line of handmade skirts and Belt Bags for an overall look that is cool, chic, and enduringly stylish.
Kyoko Honda’s background in art and design is evident in the fine jewelry she creates. Working with gold, silver and precious or semi-precious stones, Kyoko handcrafts necklaces, earrings, rings and bracelets in New York City.
Her work reflects master craftsmanship in the details, composition and assembly of each piece in her collection. You can see these qualities in her delicate Wishbone Necklaces with their subtle lines and tiny accent gemstones, and in more complex pieces like her London Blue Topaz and Multi-Colored Sapphire Necklace.
The Tattoo Ring
featured above is part of her new collection now showing at ID Pop Shop. Inspired by the works of Gustav Klimt, Kyoko says she looked to create a fabric pattern in metal. Look at the details on the woman’s dress in Klimt’s “The Kiss,”
and you can easily see the pattern on Kyoko’s beautiful ring.
You can try on the Tattoo Ring, and many more of Kyoko’s pieces this week at ID Pop Shop at Chelsea Market.
Scarves, headbands, belts, and clutches - Susan Bellero brings her colorful and versatile accessories to ID Pop Shop.
The Bellero clutches add a touch of vibrancy to any outfit. You can also use them to carry your essentials with you, from a bright red lipstick to a pair of earrings for the evening, or even your camera for a special event.
Bellero’s vintage jacquard fabric belts, like the red daisy pattern pictured, are designed to be thicker to keep them from slipping in the stylish round buckles and stay in place. They are reversible too, which really means you are getting two distinctly different yet equally fabulous belts in one.
Susan is currently showing the latest additions to her collections at ID Pop Shop. So come and accessorize for spring with Bellero - this week through March 11th.
RICA bath & body products are created from a tradition of healing and beauty recipes that goes back five generations. You will recognize everything in them, such as buttermilk, rose petals, raspberry seeds, and avocado oil. These rich, luscious products are made from natural ingredients with no synthetic preservatives, colorants, parabens, sulfates, or petroleum.
Owner and Founder Dr. Kristina Ivy is a holistic clinician specializing in stress reduction. That focus is evident in her handmade creams, balms, bath salts, scrubs, body tonics and fragrances. They come in extraordinary scents, including Moroccan Fig, Cucumber Lilly, Bergamot Moss, and many more.
Spring is coming, and it is time to brighten up your outlook with natural products and fresh scents from RICA bath & body at ID Pop Shop, March 5 - 11, 2012.
Photo Credit: Butter All Over by RICA bath & body
Wendel Johnston creates fresh, sharp street fashion for men. He embellishes men’s jackets with cuffs, collars, detailing and his signature hoodies, using fabrics, wool, buttons, ribbons, and leather. Originally a painter, Wendel treats each piece of clothing as a canvas. His eye is trained to express the personal style and individuality of the person wearing each one of his designs.
Wendel is a member of the Sohung Design Collective, and his work has been featured in the New York Times Style Section. He is a standout in the independent fashion design world.
Come meet Wendel in person and see his line of menswear at the Independent Designer Pop Shop at Chelsea Market, March 5 - 11, 2012.
Photo Credit: www.WendelJohnston.com
We are pleased to welcome back N:F:P New Form Perspective Studio to ID Pop Shop in March. This design company is known for its style, innovation and engineering skills. Each garment is carefully designed to be worn in many different ways, offering wonderful new dimensions to any wardrobe. In this video, Owner and Designer Gail Travis demonstrates the Wrap Snap Vest/Tunic, and you can see how a simple drape or fold can dramatically alter your look. That is the true design genius of N:F:P Studio.
ID Pop Shop’s Logo for our event March 5-11, 2012 at Chelsea Market
ID Pop Shop Will Be Back for Spring March 5 - 11
We had a fantastic run through out the month of February in Chelsea Market. So we’re coming back for just one week in March with 23 independent New York designers of fashion, accessories and decor. We welcome several new designers to ID Pop Shop, and we are looking forward to seeing new spring collections being launched as well. To see the full list of designers, please visit our Featured Designers Page.
We will be in the larger event space in the middle of the market for our March event. We are extremely excited to be back, so please follow our Tumblr page to learn more about our designers.
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