If You Love Ulla Johnson, You’ll Love These:
Welcome to one of our newest series: If You Love This, You'll Love These. We're highlighting our favorite up-and-coming designers reimagining some of the most well-known and beloved styles in more ethical and unique ways. Our first edition featured the infamous brand Champion and the cool designers who have made their way into the workout-wear world.
This time around, we’re highlighting Ulla Johnson, a designer well known for her bohemian silhouettes, batik prints, and charming dresses. Her thoughtfully crafted pieces may have a cult following, but we’ve found some equally beautiful shapes and details from a few of our favorite emerging designers. Here are the ones you need to know:
Sea NY combines vintage and modern styles using lace, embroidery, unique textures, and prints. Reimagining the classic silhouette, Sea NY creates collections that are both effortless and romantic.
Designer Innika Choo created her line inspired by vintage pieces, Tropicália, and the Bali environment in which she now resides. Her collections blend nostalgic details like ruffles, smocking, and bows with easy everyday silhouettes that work as well on vacation as they do brunch.
It’s no wonder that this beautiful childrens line also creates stunning items for women. Caramel’s playful prints and simple shapes work together to make everyday clothes that are easy-going yet elegant.
One of New York’s most beloved designers, Anna Sui creates dream-like collections with ornate details. Each eclectic piece is a statement of its own.
Nika Tang is an ethically made line based in San Francisco. Their delicate blouses with bold sleeves mixed with moody, ruched corsets combine playfulness with structure.
And, of course, if you’re a fan of the designer Ulla Johnson herself, you’re not alone! Shop her beloved designs from some of Garmentory’s independent boutiques.