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In 1998, Bryan Bradley and Josh Patner launched this brand which features high-profile, elaborate gowns. They were an immediate hit with New York's elite fashionistas. Details such as glass buttons and hand-rolled hems add to the look, and many of the designs incorporate wit and charm. In 2005, Patner turned his focus to writing and Bradley continued the line himself. The 2009 collection included menswear.
Among the celebrity fans of this line are: Cameron Diaz, Ashley Judd, Aerin Lauder and Chloë Sevigny.
These designs can be purchased at Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Jeffrey New York, Bergdorf Goodman, Kirna Zabête and Linda Dresner.
This website is a mystery. Type in the brand name into Google and you find and awful lot about this brand, but not the brand's official website. Oh I can find an awful lot about Josh Patner and Bryan Bradley, but not their business. Methinks maybe the brand is defunct, but second-guessing the creative class is quite risky. Should I happen to come upon the actual website, I'll review it and hopefully update my website, which I hope is much, much easier to find.
Update (2013). I feel so stupid. I found another article in The Cut that mentions how this label may be running out of funding and is perhaps unable to pay its creditors. Since this article is from 2010, it's possible that the inevitable may have already happened. Stay tuned.
FROM THE BLOGS:
Given how unique this name is (at least to my ears), I figured that it would have its Google Blog search results all wrapped up. It's got the requisite Fashion Week mentions, the celebrity associations with Eva Longoria and Kate Moss. What's interesting is that according to a blog in 2010, it was on the verge of going out of business, yet they were worn by Eva Longoria in 2011 and apparently this label was feature in the Mercedes Fashion Week this year. I like writing about corporate dramas. This seems to be one that I missed.
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