For over a century, SOLO® has been designing bags and cases specifically for the professional who makes things happen. As you climb the corporate ladder, you need a case that is as ambitious and hardworking as you are. From backpacks to rolling cases and totes to sleeves, SOLO is right there by your side helping you to achieve more.
Whether you demand a traditional briefcase for your daily office needs or a rolling overnighter that packs all the organization you need for that unexpected business trip, SOLO is designed for success with great style, intelligent functionality, and quality craftsmanship.
With signature prints and ladylike silhouettes,Nanette Lepore clothing exemplifies refined style. The vibrant color palettes and prints are perfectly suited for resort wear and holiday festivities.
Taking inspiration cues from her bohemian childhood and her passion for a good party, Nanette Lepore’s distinctive clothes are adored by celebrities and stylish women across the globe. And it’s easy to see why!
This global premium hosiery brand got its start in Austria back in 1949 and has since become a name synonymous with luxury and quality. Creating beautiful and durable tights, leggings, bodywear and socks is what Wolford does, and does well.
Check out Wolford hosiery and socks just in time for boots season!
Leah Ketcham (left), the co-founder and designer of Krickette, was highly influenced by the vibrant culture of India during a trip she took back in 2009. In awe of the embroidery, color dyeing and block printing, as well as the unique fabrics and beads artistically woven into the material, Leah became passionate about creating a handbag line that reflected the culture of lands so distant, yet near to her heart. Leah developed collections to share with kindred spirits who have a hunger for travel, crafts, and the work of local artisans.
Krickette is respectful of the issues that affect our daily lives as it integrates "green" and organic materials such as natural beads and jute. The brand embraces the local workforce and manufactures some of its products in the garment industry in downtown Los Angeles. This colorful handbag brand seeks to improve the lives of mothers and children by securing its textiles and artisan touches from charitable community groups in foreign lands.
Krickette’s handbag and travel bag collections are timeless and do not fall into a seasonal category. They are to be enjoyed by women around the globe who appreciate fun, chic and leisure-oriented clothing. Krickette’s clients are citizens of the world, with a sense of whimsy and irreverence.
Now that you’ve seen her journey in this week’s episode of All On The Line, check out designer Brooke Rodd’s capsule collection that she exclusively designed for Zappos.com! Zappos buyer Karrie and Zappos Trend and Styling Manager Alison personally picked these pieces from Brooke’s presentation and we think you’ll love them as much as they did!
About Brooke Rodd:
Growing up on the beaches of Long Island, Brooke Rodd always had an easy awareness of all things cool. These days, this New Yorker calls Venice, California home, and fuses her uncanny sense of Hamptons and Manhattan chic with the laid-back feel of the SoCal coast.
The collection uses an array of custom designed prints and vintage trims that make all her pieces stand out in the crowd. From casually chic jersey dresses to elegant, easy-fitting pants, these pieces are sure to keep everyone staring.
Brooke Rodd’s designs are hip yet timeless. Sophisticated yet very alive. The result is a lifestyle brand that is a groovy confluence of elegance and fun.
A true entrepreneur at heart, Carli Rae was always destined to start her own business from a young age. During her first year of high school, she rebelled against the norms of high school fashion and started her own line of custom tees and accessories with her best friend called Vergamimi & Smith.
After studying apparel design at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and London College of Fashion, the Wisconsin native started Crave as a creative outlet and a way to get her foot into the competitive fashion industry. Taking her love for fashion and sewing along with the inspiration she gained from her semester in London, the young designer was inspired to take Crave to the next level!
After a year of seeing success with Crave in local boutiques and online, Vergamini knew that working in a cubicle or designing under someone else’s name was no longer an option. She was ready to venture out with her own brand for good.
Crave by Carli Rae Vergaminihandbags use fun and eclectic resources such as up-cycled leather, vintage findings as well as fabrics fresh from the bolt. Using a handmade process, each Crave handbag is designed to be truly one of a kind!