Are you familiar with the work of Julian Zigerli? He’s a hot, young, heavily lauded Swiss fashion designer whose clothing have definitely excited a specific type of flamboyant style hound. His clothing mashes avant garde forms with bold and bright patterns, very often crossing over into fine art fashion. He’s certainly an up-and-coming talent poised to blow up soon but, for now, he’s definitely someone to keep tabs of collection after collection.
One way to get in touch with him is by way of Los Feliz’s Weltenbuerger, the little clothing store with the most exceptional inventory in Los Angeles. Zigerli is one of the brands they carry and, although this sounds crazy, the store is the only US retailer of the designs. What a treat, dudes! To celebrate the latest Spring/Summer collection, we had a little chat about Zigerli with shop owner Bryan Sanderson to hear all about the new collection—and what Angelenos will take from it.
Los Feliz alt/contemporary fashion design store Weltenbuerger is having a big sale right now. Please look at these rad wears!
In honor of Outfest, Downtown newcomer Oak is doing a big party at Night Gallery called Night Moves NYC. It’s going to be wild! Catch it July 18.
This is great: local Jeremy Scott and his work for Moschino has taken spoofing to another great point by taking on his peers like Hermes. So great!
A few months ago, I moved near American Rag and—although I rarely can afford to frequently shop there—I love to browse there. They have some of the best, almost-in-reach wears in town and there is always something to enjoy. I recently went in and almost splurged on a pair of shorts and shirt from Fountain Valley in Orange County’s Publish. The brand makes elevated street wear, some clothing that can go from surf to street to sophisticated in no time. What I was immediately attracted to was their Celino print, a mashing of dots on dots on dots that is basically an op-art piece you can wear.