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UK labels at New York Fashion Week



New York Women’s Fashion Week

Woman | Capsule NYC | D&A | Coterie | Curve New York | Sinister Sisters Showroom

23-27th February

As New York Women’s Fashion Week gets underway, UKFT has compiled a guide to UK brands showing at Woman, Capsule NYC, D&A, Coterie, Curve New York and Sinister Sisters Showroom.

Discover Jo Gordon’s colourful knitwear at Woman, as well as labels including Jianhui London, Melissa McArthur London, Paper London, People Tree, Religion, Sabina Savage and the team from Polly King showroom at Capsule NYC.

Over at D&A, UK brands include En Shalla, Green Thomas and Sula, while at Coterie, you can view brands including Emily and Fin, Glamorous, Johnstons of Elgin, Hayley Menzies, Ted Baker and Olivia Burton.

At Curve NY, The Brits In New York lingerie brands on show include Bluebella, Bordelle, Derek Rose London, Curvy Kate, Gossard, Panache, Wacoal, Playful Promises and Yes Master.

Bag brand Scotria is also on show at Sinister Sisters Showroom at the Ace Hotel.

For the full British exhibitor list, please see the attachment above.

The UK group of TAP-supported brands in New York is co-ordinated by UKFT and supported by the Department for International Trade (DIT).

  • WRQ.E.D at Capsule NYC

WRQ.E.D explores an idea of an accessory as a message, a postcard. Travellers back in the days used to send small printed squares of fabric home on Valentine’s Day to the sweethearts. Just as a long awaited message from the loved one, our prints intend to become something to value and to save.

WRQ.E.D was founded by Ekaterina Demidova, British based designer with Russian background. Detail is Ekaterina’s muse. Just like words, various parts of her collages are intricately woven together to tell a story. Each product has a signature border with poetry and centrepiece typography.


  • Jumper 1234 at D&A

Jumper 1234 offers a range of cashmere with a contemporary edge. Designed in London and made in Mongolia. Pieces are not just the result of talented technologists; they are the working if artisans who have years of experience knitting cashmere. Real craftsmanship goes into the making of every jumper, which is also machine washable.

The craftsmanship is a guarantee that the piece you have will retain its look and feel for years to come. A product that is a reflection of the land that it comes from and the people who created it. Available in sizes 1, 2, 3 and 4.


  • Sherene Melinda at D&A

Sherene Melinda is a London-based handbag designer with a vibrant and sophisticated yet playful South African-inspired style. Our current range of authentic ethically-sourced springbok hair-on-hide handbags is offered in an array of eye-catching textures and shades, complemented with a fully lined interior of the softest leathers. Every handbag is designed with the vision of making a statement and lasting a lifetime.


  • For Art’s Sake at Coterie

Founded in 2016 and now available in 500 premium stockists worldwide, For Art’s Sake is a London-based design brand that makes sunglasses for bold women with bright futures. From our exquisite craftsmanship to our luxurious velvet packaging and speedy shipping, we consider every last detail leaving you to focus on the bigger picture.


  • Something Wicked at Curve NY

Something Wicked’s exclusive lingerie is handmade here in the UK to an exquisite quality, right down to the tiniest detail.

The brand has painstakingly sourced the finest materials to make sure each garment not only looks stunning, but feels luxurious against the skin, enabling our customers to exude confidence in everything they do.


  • Scotria at Sinister Sisters Showroom

Scotria is a London-based contemporary accessories brand, focusing on modular design and re-interpretation of international craftsmanship.

Classic bag shapes come with interchangeable colourful spiral cords threaded through the leather, which invites us to customise each collection piece. The use of these exaggerated spirals is the tangible manifestation of Scotria’s obsession with the perfect stitch and the most indulging curve.