Oska clothing article makes London fashion magazine

This article on OSKA clothing appeared in the London magazine,
MARYLEBONE JOURNAL
June/July 2013

The appeal of German womenswear brand OSKA, which has been open on New Cavendish Street for several months is pretty apparent. For one thing it is consistent; in quality, sourcing and in its design philosophy which is based on continuity and remains “true to its line” as well as inspired by trends.

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“Clear simple shapes and choice materials stand for an unostentatious but unique look,” stipulates the OSKA brand statement. More importantly in these days of collapsing factories, and dodgy supply chains, all Oska suppliers are carefully overseen by Oska staff and fit the European LifeCycle Assessment requirements.

For OSKA and its customers it means a conscience and clean as their shape silhouettes. Indeed, one of its facilities, a dye factory, is located just up the road from its Munich headquarters, creating the brands unique color pallets. This is just one of the things that sets OSKA apart from other labels. The second is the shape of the cloths, designed by Stefanie Schmitz which are flexible, forgiving and often Asian-inspired. Intricate details such as buttons and collars set accents, colors bring them to life.

If you are traveling to Great Britain any this summer, plan on shopping with our friends friends in London in Chelsea, Richmond or Marylebone.

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