COOL CHANGE SAMPLE SALE
Location: 231 west 39th street, suite 915, Ny, NY 10018
Selling: women’s resort-wear & summer ( maxi dresses, coverups, tunics, sarongs, tops etc. )
COOL CHANGE SAMPLE SALE
JOHN PAUL ATAKER
SPRING SUMMER 2014 SAMPLE SALE
Jun, 23 2014 until August 30TH, 2014
New York Twitter@JohnPaulAtaker
Corporate Showroom: 530 Seventh Avenue M1 Floor New York, NY 10018
John Paul Ataker, New York based designer, invites
you to shop their Spring/Summer 2014 collection
sample sale at 70% off retail prices.
BY APPOINTMENTS only… WALK INS WILL NOT
Please call 646-710-4492 or email
to schedule an appointment.
COOL CHANGE SAMPLE SALE
New York sample sale
June 2nd – 5th, 10am -5pm
231 West 39th Street, Suite 915, New York, NY 10018
Accepting cash, Amex, Visa & Mastercard
JOHN PAUL ATAKAR
Designer Collection –Spring 2014 SAMPLE SALE
Walk-Ins Will NOT Be Accepted
To SCHEDULE an Appointment
530 Seventh Avenue (Between 39TH and 38th Street)
Hi Readers! Not sure if you knew this or not but about 1.5 years ago I became part owner of a women’s boutique in Greenwich, CT specifically Old Greenwich, CT.
I have been such a huge fan of DVF for as long as I can remember so it was only fitting that we carry her collection in our boutique. Check out one of the many deliveries we just received for spring 2014.
January 15, 2014 06:59 ET
NEW YORK, NY–(Marketwired – Jan 15, 2014) – International couture designer John Paul Ataker spotlighted its expansion in the U.S. today with plans to debut the 2014 Fall/Winter collection in New York, a first for the womens-wear label known for custom fabrics and textures.
It’s a collection whose flowing lines and classic tailoring capture the spirit of women around the world who journeyed to New York to make their dreams a reality, said Ataker, whose family-owned company was founded in the 1970s.
“New Yorkers are idealists who demand the best of themselves and others,” Ataker said. “That’s what lures them to the city, and that’s why we wanted to launch the new collection here.”
With the Fall/Winter 2014 gowns, Ataker moves beyond the intricate beading and ruffles of previous collections, letting his custom fabrics take center stage as they follow the natural curves of a woman’s body. His theme manifests itself whether the gown is a strapless ivory silk whose long banded skirt subtly suggests the Jazz Age or a jet-black creation with a long-sleeved black-lace bodice that would have been at home in Edith Wharton’s New York.
Some of the new evening dresses are already on display at the designer’s Seventh Avenue showroom and headquarters, and the full line will be shown during fashion week shows in New York and Paris in February and March.
“The designs are tested on fabrics until we find the ideal combination that brings the design to life,” said Ataker, who has built his reputation on such sartorial alchemy.
Throughout the collection’s creation, Ataker envisioned the quintessential New Yorker, a woman both powerful and feminine, whose discerning taste is reflected in a wardrobe that emphasizes high-quality fabrics, elegant contours and superb tailoring. Her presence is enhanced, not defined, by her wardrobe.
“New Yorkers are, by definition, idealists who demand the best of themselves and others,” Ataker said. “That’s what lures them to the city in the first place, and that’s why we wanted to launch the new collection here.”
John Paul Ataker gowns are available exclusively through boutiques; for a listing, contact the New York showroom.
ABOUT JOHN PAUL ATAKER: International couture designer John Paul Ataker’s sophisticated style and high-quality tailoring rapidly catapulted the company to an industry-leading position after its 1977 founding in Istanbul. Now headquartered in New York, the design house maintains its commitment to ensuring every woman who wears the brand feels both the elegance of the design and the soft caress of its luxurious fabrics.
Find out more at www.johnpaulataker.com or
John Paul Ataker
Appointment is required. Please call to schedule an appointment:
Tell: 646-710-4492 or
530 Seventh Avenue
(between 39th AVE and 38th AVE)
New York, NY 10018
The annual Met Gala kicks off the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s yearly Costume Institute exhibit and always brings in a bevy of style stars, from models to designers to Hollywood’s A-list. Last nights theme was “Punk: Chaos to Couture.” Here are some of our favorites!
Sarah Jessica Parker in a Philip Treacy headpiece Giles Deacon gown and plaid Christian Louboutin boots
Anna Wintour in Channel
Katie Holmes in Calvin Klein
Jessica Alba in Tory Burch, a spiked Christian Louboutin clutch and Jack Vartanian earrings
Blake Lively in strapless Gucci Première gown and Lorraine Schwartz earrings
Taylor Swift in J. Mendel
Posh Spice really does have it all! A handsome husband, stylish children, impeccable style, an accomplished career in both entertainment and fashion; and now—an online store!
That’s right ladies.. hide your credit cards! The Spice Girl-turned-fashion designer has added retail shopping to victoriabeckham.com that allows fans to purchase Beckham’s posh pieces.
The clean, cool and modern, site not only serves as a retail hub to snag some of her most stylish pieces, but also offers fans an inside peek into Victoria’s fashion world with behind-the-scenes snaps, a creative mood board and even videos from her most recent runway shows.
In keeping up with her “Posh Spice” nickname, Beckham’s designs aren’t exactly for the thrifty consumer.
Each item is priced at least in the three-digit range; her eponymous collection of dresses will set you back a bit more in the $2,000 range.