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“There is a segment of the population that wants to wear what other people recognize, and then there are our customers,” explains Lauren Dreiling of Hopestone Studio. “They travel and want their wardrobe to match.”
Danielle Gori-Montanelli is not afraid of color. She began her career as a figurative painter, and spent 15 years as a metalsmith.
Anja Broenink of Anya SF studied fashion design in the Netherlands, and worked for several years in the fashion industry in Paris and Amsterdam before making the transatlantic move to San Francisco, where she launched her clothing line in 2003.
“I am absolutely obsessed with bamboo fiber,” exclaims Anna Shapiro of Annaesthetic in Staunton, Va. Not only is it an eco-friendly, sustainable material, bamboo fiber also has a beautiful drape, slight sheen and is lightweight, allowing customers to wear her dresses, scarves and wraps year-round.