Nehera Parman Pants
Nehera Parman Pants
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The Parman Pants are a straight leg trouser in a light blue viscose linen blend twill. Feature front and back pleats, side pockets and back welt pockets. Can easily be dressed up or down. - 57% viscose, 24% linen, 19% cotton. - Dry clean only. - Made in Slovakia. - 34P: 14" waist, 19" hip, 11.5" rise, 29.5" inseam, 41" outseam / length. - 36P: 14.5" waist, 20" hip, 12" rise, 29.5" inseam, 41" outseam / length. * Measurements taken flat.
Brookes Boswell Hats are made to order, please allow 2-3 weeks for production before shipping.
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Just when we thought we couldn’t love milliner Brookes Boswell any more, she launched her own boutique with a curated collection of like-minded labels. With designers like Caron Callahan, Correll Correll and Sara Barner, her shop edit is basically our dream come true. Brookes’ workshop is located in the back of the boutique, allowing customers to experience the design and work process of her eponymous hat line while discovering a range of emerging talent as they shop the store. The whimsical, light-filled decor of the boutique is the perfect backdrop to showcase the range of emerging designers that Boswell has curated.
What does an under-the-radar legacy brand look like? Samuel Drira took that question to task in 2014 when he stepped in as creative director of Nehera, a Czechoslovakian label founded 80-some years ago by Jan Nehera. At its height, Nehera was sold globally by more than 130 retailers, the booming business ultimately halted by the developments of WWII. In its 21st century rejiggering, Drira delivers modern luxury with fluid shapes in sophisticated fabrics. To learn he’s also served as a creative consultants for clients including The Row, Christophe Lemaire, Hermes, and Damir Doma comes as no surprise.