Fashion is all about new ideas and blossoming creativity. Emerging designers are what keeps the industry fresh and alive. Miguel Antoinne is one such designer.
Last October, Antoinne opened his first store in the trendy Soho neighborhood in New York City at 39 Wooster Street, Soho, NY (212) 219-8200.
Although the clothing label for both men and women was founded in 2008, this hot new designer is making quite a name for himself within the last year. He uses exquisite fabrics from around the world and his tailoring and meticulous attention to detail tell an original tale. The collections are all made exclusively in New York City.
His Fall 2012 Collection included leather dresses, pin-tucked blazers, cupro leggings and cocktail dresses for the refined woman. Menswear is for the man that dresses to impress with striking dress shirts, blazers and leather jackets with unique lapels and asymmetrical seams.
Miguel Antoinne is inspired by the dreaming imagination and designed for individual thinking. When you put on a piece from the Miguel Antoinne collection, you stand out from the rest of the crowd. Most of his clothing is geared towards post 9 to 5 affairs for a chic crowd that dares to get noticed.
Miguel has a talent in his touch. He is a native Floridian who graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology and decided to move to New York City at the age of 23 to pursue a career in fashion. He started out as a buyer for an international retailer but branched out to create his own collection. With the debut of his Fall 2011 Womenswear Collection, he was nominated and then selected as a finalist by the Fashion Group International as the 2011 Rising Star Award in Women's Ready-to-Wear.
As you view each of these stylish pieces that stand alone with a modernistic appeal and made for the savvy shopper, you understand why this label is far from ordinary. With all its unparalleled qualities, Miguel Antoinne will draw the fashion conscious individuals to his store in Soho. Very soon we won't be able to get enough of this talented designer, Miguel Antoinne.