“All ventures in the business of fashion are threatening because it is a manufacturing that is continually moving, contradictory, and proceeds-challenge,” she argues. “But it would be tragic to not face the demons and complexities by attempting to ‘wait it out. Faced with tight personal credit, consumers want more bangs for their hard-to-part-with bucks. “We have in use this profoundly to compassion by enabling each piece to be damaged in various, truly distinct ways,” notes Zmarlak’s commerce collaborator, Jesse Keyes, adding: “Just as the Parisian woman is famously able to style the same garment in a myriad of ways with trimmings; our pieces can be accessorized within their own arrangement.”
Zmarlak’s current offering consists of well thought out and beautifully execute design that give a whole new meaning to value shopping. There are two-toned, silk Georgette tops with complementary hues that can transform into a short, architectural dress, a Samurai-like wrap blouse and even a bulbous, Lanvin-like top. Trousers are made with active wear material to structurally resemble leggings, but are cut high for a slimming effect around the waist. Zmarlak’s gowns also offer the same transformational value, and gratitude to their ground-breaking implementation, are designed to fit any size.