Bergen Logistics’ New Clientele – November EditionDecember 9, 2015 9:16 pm
For the month of November, Bergen Logistics is thankful for the wonderful new additions to our ever growing team! We are proud to be the chosen fulfillment center for our latest clients, Ulla Johnson, Giles & Brother, Meredith Banzhoff, Sandrine Rose, Rodebjer, Nina Mclemore, Grey State, and Stutterheim.
Founded in 2000, Ulla Johnson is a brand known to the fashion press. Her clothing line is inspired by her signature Manhattan style, where she was born and raised. According to the Ulla Johnson website, “she has never wavered on her steadfast attention to the details of construction that have become her hallmark, basing each of her collections on a foundation of natural fibers, beautiful finishing, and ease of fit and form.” With the success of her ready to wear collection, Ulla Johnson recently launched her shoe collection in fall 2013. To learn more about this phenomenal designer, check out her website!
Giles & Brother
Giles & Brother is a luxury accessories brand that has been established since 2001. South Florida native, Philip Crangi based his career as a jewelry designer in New York. What stands out about his collection is the thoughtful and personal touch Philip and his sister, Courtney, incorporate in their designs. The designer also received prestigious awards including Vogue Fashion Award for Best Designer in 2007, and the CFDA Swarovski Award for Accessory Design in 2008.
Launched in 2013, Meredith Banzhoff is a contemporary women’s ready to wear line that gives women variety of styles to wear anywhere from a professional setting to a special occasion. As per Meredith’s website, the designer’s intention is, “to push the envelope of what shirting means and give it a feminine twist while maintaining a clean timeless aura.” The collection portrays modern day class and exquisite silhouettes that are soft to the touch.
Having studied in the fashion capital of the world, Paris, Sandrine Rose has accomplished a great deal in the industry. She launched her own line in 2015 after her successful career in the vogue business. The collection is a cultural mixture of cosmopolitan and the urban world according to the official website of the apparel company. The line displays a tom boy appeal with a feminine twist, making Sandrine Rose a perfect easy to wear clothing line.
Founded in 1999, Rodebjer is a women’s apparel and footwear brand that is designed to inspire timeless and versatile fashion. The brands official website states, “The heart of Carin Rodebjer’s creative process has always been to enhance women’s personalities and to create fashion that simplifies the everyday clothing decisions for the modern woman on the move.” To learn more about this fashion, please visit their website.
Made in New York, Nina Mclemore is a women’s ready to wear clothing brand specializing in senior professionals and executive women. Founder, Nina Mclemore, designs all four of her Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter collections herself to create a simple and modern appeal that is appropriate for business, casual and evening wear. With distinctive European textiles and Asian soft silk, this apparel line gives consumers their money’s worth.
Grey State is a modern day ready to wear women’s clothing line. The brand is barely two collections old and is making heads turn. The simplicity of the styles provides the shopper a sophisticated, yet comforting appeal. Grey State also promotes individual style with their chic silhouettes that encourages infinite creativity.
Alexander Stutterheim took vintage style to a new level when he discovered his grandfather’s old raincoat from the 60’s. With just a few modifications, Stutterheim created something from an abandoned barn and made it visionary. It is easy to look stylish even on rainy days with the handmade raincoats by Stutterheim. To learn more about the brand, check out the official website.