Aino : Beyond Threads : Damee : Eileen Fisher : Etna Maar : Joseph Ribkoff : Mycra Pac : Save The Duck
Save The Duck
We replaced goose down with state-of-the-art te- chnology, PLUMTECH®: it is warmer, more brea- thable and lighter that the original.
Simple and practical to fold up and carry with you anywhere, even in your handbag. Pocket-sized and comfortable, they are ideal to pack in your luggage for any destination or occasion.
Light and practical, wearable in any season. To be used on their own or jointly with the new rain-proof jackets with heat-sealed stitchings.
The carefree whistling duck logo exspresses all of the brand’s irony. With Save the Duck garments you play around with their vast range of colours and materials.
Sustainability is one of Aino’s core values. Produced in Europe of high quality, eco conscious materials. These garments are designed to be durable andtimeless.
Aino’s playful designs will emphasize your unique personality and are sure to invite compliments.
A fabric line is her guideline. Growing up in a family appreciated by long tradition of manufacturing clothes, Andrijana Subotic Pjajcik’s design is attached unbreakably to knitwear, material which used to be her favorite toy, whilst today knitting is a media through which she expresses herself, her emotions and her impression of the world. She often combines knitwear to different fabrics which she finishes up by coloring and adding handmade details. The result of such playing with patterns, structures and colours is unique clothes suited to modern women with a strong feeling of individuality. Participating in designers fairs round Europe, she received first hand confirmation of successful spreading of her fashion story from the local and regional level towards an universal one.
About The Tiger's Eye
Tiger's Eye is a rare and captivating find in historic LItitz featuring beautiful clothing, wearable art, unique accessories, and expert personal service
Our store began as merely a dream in 1995 and became a reality in September of 1996. Nadine had worked for a large
regional department store for 30 years, serving as its accessories buyer. Following a company downsizing in 1995, she spent
much time evaluating her options and, through the encouragement of family and friends, the concept of The Tiger’s Eye was