Kreeya, a brand new online shop offering the best of the Bay Area’s independent fashion, features new designers each week. The latest to hit the site is Danielle Sabey, a San Francisco-based emerging designer who creates one-of-a-kind pieces using found and recycled materials.
Sabey’s apparel for women combines eco-sensibilities with a rebellious edge that’s far more concerned with being daring, different and dashing than recent trends. For more on Sabey and her design inspiration, check out the recent interview with her on the Kreeya blog.
Last but not least, should you find yourself in the market for one of Sabey’s latest pieces, now available just in time for the holidays on Kreeya, shipping is free for orders over $75 and returns are always free.
Want more Kreeya? Here’s the scoop:
Launched in November, Kreeya (Sanskrit for “positive action”) connects independent fashion designers with busy, fashion-forward, locally-minded professionals who may not have time to traverse the city in search of unique apparel and accessories. More than just an online shopping site, Kreeya is a place to plug into the inspiration, ideas and stories behind the San Francisco Bay Area fashion scene through designer interviews, social media and community-minded efforts. Each year, Kreeya donates one percent of its sales to a scholarship fund benefiting a graduating fashion student of California College of the Arts. Shop Kreeya for the latest apparel from independent designers such as Miranda Caroligne, DEMA, Bush + Leavenworth, Kathleen van der Spek and more. With a full line-up of featured designers arriving on the site in the coming weeks and a thriving local fashion community to share it with, Kreeya is just getting started.
This post sponsored by Kreeya