Company Spotlight

Denimocracy

Denimocracy: [dih-num-awk-ra-see] “Denim for the People - fashion with comfort and style vested in the people. A society characterized by formal equality of rights and privileges to have comfort and fit without compromising style.”

Denimocracy brings modern and fashionable denim jeans to all American women. We take pride in providing you with Premium Denim & comfort handcrafted in the USA in various fabrications, including environmentally friendly Tencel. Each style has its own story ....just like you!

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Pin Up Girl Clothing, headed by Laura Byrnes, has been specializing in the highest quality vintage inspired fashion, shoes and accessories for women of every size! Our original designs are cut to flatter your curves and make you look as beautiful as you feel, at prices to fit every budget. Pinup Girl Clothing is the first company to do more than pay lip service to the idea that beauty is not a size. We use models from size Extra Small to 2X to showcase our designs, featuring stunning editorial pinup photography by Laura, who is also the head designer for our signature line, Pinup Couture. Our designs can be found in thousands of boutiques across the globe, but online, we are the exclusive manufacturer and retailer of vintage inspired clothing lines Pinup Couture, Deadly Dames by Micheline Pitt, Dixiefried by Melanie Komenkul, Little Foxes by Davida Sullivan, and Eldorado Club Jewelry by Joe DeBlois. We believe in hassle free, personalized service, delivered with sincerity and respect. Profit is important to us, but not at the expense of fun, and here at Pinup Girl Clothing, we love what we do and look forward to helping you look fabulous! Since 1999, the originator of Pinup Style: Nifty Threads for Girly Girls and Bodacious Bombshells! single

Velvet Heart is a contemporary line of women’s sportswear and dresses with a focus on casual lifestyle, femininity, vintage details, and quality tailoring. Velvet Heart specialty treatments and fabrications, such as hand applied or enzyme washes, decorative knits, laundered leather and silk, all look and feel luxurious. Fabrics are then cut and finished to lie perfectly and complement a woman’s body.

As seen in the Los Angeles Business Journal on August 8th, 2011… “The tags on nearly all the fashionable tops, pants and dresses manufactured by Velvet Heart, a downtown L.A. company that makes apparel for retail chains and boutiques, now read: Made in USA.

It’s a big change at Velvet Heart, which had been manufacturing mostly in Asia. Only 30 percent of its clothing was made in Los Angeles until the beginning of this year. That figure is now up to 95 percent. Moshe Tsabag, founder and chief executive, cited two driving forces: the increasing costs of labor and raw material in China, and the need for quicker turnaround here at home to accommodate his fast-fashion retailers.

‘There’s a need for faster delivery, and this is where Asia is not able to accomplish as much,’ said Tsabag, who noted that it may take three or four months to get a new item from China. ‘Here, I can get the fabric in a couple of weeks, (have the apparel made) in three weeks and get it in the stores in five weeks.’”