Thursday, February 9 – 4:30 pm – The Skinny, 174 Orchard Street, NYC
NEW YORK, NY. Tramps Fashion Compression Hosiery, a cutting edge line of modern, colorful compression hose will join TaschNYC’s Fashion Week Pop-Up Shop on Thursday, February 9 from 4:30 to 8:30 pm at The Skinny, 174 Orchard Street in New York City. Tramps and other brands will be on display and sale throughout the evening at the event which features music, cocktails and lots of surprises. RSVP is required: Info@TaschNYC.com.
Tramps Fashion Compression Hosiery, which includes hosiery, knee and thigh highs has taken over the fashion world offering beauty as well as function. Tramps is designed for today’s women, who lead active and demanding lives and require a product that addresses their health, comfort and fashion needs.
At the pop-up Tramps will feature its Bryanna high waist, Jocelynne hip-hugger and Emily Maternity styles, along with its new Lonely Hearts Thigh and Knee-Highs. For more information, visit: www.trampshosiery.com.
A New York Times article declared: “Compression socks and hose are no longer for grandma.” It was this vision and her desire to find colorful and fasionable compression hose that drove Alex Reyes, a hair stylist and owner of Tramps Salon in Austin, Texas, to collaborate with her brother Tomas Reyes, a New York-based fashion designer to create Tramps Fashion Compression Hosiery.
A New York-based contemporary, luxury womenswear company, TaschNYC specializes in sexy, unique separates designed to make a woman feel her best. Each piece is made in NYC with love using fabrics sourced from local businesses. In 2014, founder Tasch Madeleine launched with a small selection of graphic tees. The collection has grown in three short years to encompass skirts, dresses, rompers, pants, shirts and of course her signature graphic tees.
Summer might have just begun but for me in addition to tanning on the beach, lobster rolls, beach bonfires barefoot, sticky nights out in hidden bars it also signifies that fashion week is only 3 months away. So even though I’ve been adding more pieces, there is still a ton of work to do. Spending this week sketching away and fabric sourcing so I’m not scrambling in the depths of August to finish my collection.
Having a start up means having the luxury of doing things on your own terms but on the flipside is if you don’t do something it’s not going to get done so staying on top of things is the most important thing in this game. So I’m staying proactive and getting things done in advance, working 24/7 and having fun while doing it. This is where my anal business degree comes into play to keep my creative side in line. It’s all about balance.