“Aspiring to influence women to become stronger and more independent, this is a contemporary collection that expresses a clear vintage vibe… [Arcana New York FW19] screams ‘New York!,’ attracting a woman who is confident and not afraid to express herself.”Read More
February’s issue of ELLE highlights sustainable fashion in “How These Three Designers Make Old New Again.” By crafting garments from vibrant vintage kimono silks, Arcana gives new life to one-of-a-kind textiles. Read the article here.
Photography by Ankur Maniar // Model Taj Cutting // Makeup by Jess Feintisch // Hair by Pepi Varela
We've been fans of Naomie Harris since her zombie-killing days in 28 Days Later. Did you know she's also a champion of sustainable fashion? New sustainable-fashion magazine The Frontlash featured our Chrysalis Bodice in ochre chirimen in their debut issue, and we couldn't be more honored! Read the interview with Naomie here.
"This brand may be based in the Big Apple, but their gorgeous eco clothing has grabbed the attention of stylish environmental enthusiasts worldwide thanks to their attention to detail and carefully-sourced, beautiful textiles. Not only are their materials sourced with special attention paid to the location and carbon footprint of the product, they’re also committed to supporting local communities across the globe with their unique approach to design. Each garment uses indigenous artisan textiles that bring a unique atmosphere and cultural diversity to every piece they sell."
"Autumn/Winter Trends the Ethical Way"
"Sustainable Womenswear: Arcana NYC SS17 Collection"
Fashion stylist, blogger and designer Emily Tillery put the spotlight on Arcana in her latest post, "Designing Sustainably." Learn about Arcana's approach to sustainable design and see shots from the photoshoot modeled and styled by Tillery here.
Luxury lifestyle publication Fairweather Magazine interviewed Arcana designer Arianna Reagan on her journey into the fashion industry and her approach to sustainable design. "We search for the fresh face who understands the importance adding edge and modernity to keep fashion moving forward. To truly be someone worthwhile, a designer must have not only mere talent, but also absolute passion. In the case of Arianna Reagan of the Arcana NYC, that passion exists for both the art of fashion as well as the health of our planet." Read the full interview here.