You asked for high-waist denim, now come and get them! The Williamsburg Garment Company creates jeans with an amazing fit and clean fabrication at a unbelievable price point.
This antique book chain from the late Victorian era will sit elegantly across your collarbones. The interlocking segments alternate between flat loops and intricately etched links that also have a ball chain detail around their periphery. They don’t make ‘em like this anymore, kids!
The days are finally getting warmer and here at Eponymy we’re retiring our heavy, dark wash jeans for their lighter, cropped counterparts. Check out these classic skinny cuts (The Legging and The Stilt) from AG in new spring washes.
The 1950s-inspired Incense Heel by Melissa is now available in two colors. The Incense has a flocked texture that mimics suede, and a dainty rubber bow on the back to enhance your ladylike poise.
Charlotte Taylor’s eponymous clothing line hails from England and focuses on bold patterns and quirky prints.
Based in Tribeca, Matt Bernson hand produces high quality, eco-friendly shoes and describes their aesthetic as where “downtown meets the beach”.
Fashioned from natural Teawood and Bamboo, French line Waiting For The Sun handcrafts light, comfortable sunglasses with a vintage flare.
Born and raised in France, designer Sandra Canselier moved to New York and launched Coclico, a shoe line dedicated to wearability and beauty. The line also focuses on making their product ecologically conscious.
New arrivals by Japanese design duo Ejiro Nakatani & Masayoshi Tobita, who create whimsical, innovative jewelry by using odd charms such as bats, mushrooms and frogs.
JUST IN: Ton of new styles of Melissa Shoes for the spring/summer seasons!