Meet the designers at MIX…
We LOVE to introduce first-time shoppers to what’s fast-becoming the “Mix look.” We owe our incredible designers all of the artistic credit and insights into fabrics, cuts and sizing. But what we do best is get to know you. We help you build trust & expertise at MIX. (from Ed Penet’s blog Trust & Expertise at MIX)
Comfy USA/Sun Kim/Jason
. Comfy USA, designed and manufactured in the USA, provides easy fit, flowing silhouette, and cozy fabrics. The fashions and fabrics are perfect for travel, workplace, or running around town.
. Sun Kim by Comfy USA was launched by the same design team from Comfy USA. Sun Kim offers experimental silhouettes in high-tech memory fabrics and trims for interest and function. The made in the USA designs are weather-resistant, even water repellant.
. Jason, the latest clothing line from Young Kim (Comfy USA) unites the graceful twists and pleats of contemporary tailoring with chic, comfortable, breathable microfiber fabrics.
. Matchpoint & LaFixun represent lines of fashionable linen clothing designed and manufactured in the USA, which includes tunic tops (sleeved and sleeveless), pants, skirts, dresses and jackets in a wide variety of styles and colors.
. Runholz Carsten and Lenka Rundholz are a German-based design team, who work from a 200-yearold West German farmhouse combining fashion design and family life under one roof. They create with inspiration from nature and the countryside. Their garments are intelligently stylish and a pleasure to wear.
. The concept behind Luukaa fashions is the layered look, the so-called ”lagenlook”, which creates a treat for the eyes as the light plays between the fabric elements and folds. It’s fashion with an attitude, including tops, dresses, skirts, jackets, coats and accessories.
. In a word, “artrageous.” Started nearly 20 years ago, Kedem Sasson chose to create a line that filled a void in the women’s plus size market, which he recognized as lacking color, fun and creative styling. He specializes in three dimensional designs that mix fabrics, patterns and unusual cuts.
. After graduating Art Center College of Design in 1984, Jane Mohr worked as a fashion photographer for many magazines. She established DressToKill in 1990 as an art-to-wear lines featuring styles in novelty fabrics from Europe and Japan. Everything is created and manufactured in-house in the USA, except her knitwear.
…more will be added this space soon. Please check back for updates to Designers at MIX.