In 1977, designer Gale Epstein created a handmade lingerie set for her friend, Lida Orzeck, crafted out of embroidered handkerchiefs. The original designs wowed retailers and industry experts and were the inspiration for the company name, Hanky Panky. With the inception of the hanky set in the seventies to the thongs of today, Hanky Panky continues to influence trends in lingerie and sleepwear. Blending traditional with modern glam looks, Hanky Panky proudly provides brilliant solutions for fashion fit issues by remaining dedicated to innovative design, comfort, quality and US production. From the workplace to product and sourcing Hanky Panky makes the very best attempt to be as ethical and environmentally responsible as possible. Components are chosen for their specific stretch qualities, softness and fit. Also, 100% of the fabrics and trims used to make their Signature Lace styles are knitted in the USA. Even the Supima® cotton fibers used to make crotch linings are grown in the USA. Leading fashion magazines and celebrities regularly extol their revolutionary comfort and beauty
Sevenly was founded in 2011 with the mission of leading a generation toward generosity. Based on a simple, core belief that "People Matter," the Sevenly team activated the now global "cause art" movement and started creating 7-day cause campaigns, inviting customers to purchase "advocacy art, apparel and accessories" that donate $7 from each tee to non-profit organizations. Each campaign and every product would also create conversations. Now widely recognized as one of the world's leading 'social good' companies Sevenly curates ongoing, cause-themed quality t-shirts created to change lives by raising funding, awareness and followers for the world's greatest causes.
This design vision is articulated in Pip Studio's motto: Happy Products for Happy People. Pip isn't guided by fashion or trends or even commerce. She only does what she likes and finds beautiful, and nothing else. This may seem controversial and a contradictory, but it's not. Within no time, her mix and match collections of beautiful florals and feminine prints conquered all major department and speciality stores all over Europe. Pip Studio is even making inroads outside of Europe. It's sold in no less than 40 countries.
Aloha from Deer was established in April 2012 and since then it became widely recognizable in the world of streetwear. Being promoted as a vital part of the global footprint trend, it managed to bring together a huge audience of fans and followers from all around the world. AFD is worn by popstars: Anja Rubik, Kate Perry, Mike Tyson, Robbie Williams, to name just the few.
Gingerlilly founder Vanessa Sofia has been working in the fashion industry for 20 years, firstly in a successful family business and then for top end design houses, Prada and Gas Jeans, in Milan, Italy. Returning to Australia to pursue her own venture, Vanessa saw a niche for playful but chic sleepwear, and the Gingerlilly concept was born. Focusing on flattering, quality, sweet and saucy pieces, her vision has revealed itself in a sleepwear range that is guaranteed to charm.
London based Iggy & Burt brings together a collection of contemporary natural knitwear, ranging from Cashmere, Merino, Cotton and Lambswool. Founded and designed by Charley Child, Iggy & Burt creates effortless knits with a mixture of statement patterns and bold colours that are soft to touch and biodegradable as well as your core wardrobe essentials.