Nom De Guerre Fall/Winter 2006

July 13, 2006

Check out Nom De Guerre‘s Fall/Winter 2006 collection. The company, meaning “Name of War”, started out as a high end street boutique which provided designer street/urban wear for girls/guys. The store, based in New York, supplied brands like Yoko Devereaux, Ojis, Rogan, A.P.C and Society’s child. This helped spawn their own in-house design label.

Led by Creative Director & Part Owner Holly Harnsongkram, Nom De Guerre features T-shirts, jeans, sweaters, and more. Their reputation and credibility of creating quality and stylish clothing collection has allowed them to become one of the premium labels when it comes to high end urban street wear.

Press from the New York media and a rave throughout many Internet outlets such as Hypebeast has given them a great reputation and credibility in several urban and fashion industries. You’ll be sure to be hearing a lot more of Nom De Guerre in the near future.

Check out their Fall/Winter 2006 collection here.


2 Responses to “Nom De Guerre Fall/Winter 2006”

  1. Kelly Rickert Says:

    Ooooo, I checked out Nom de Guerre’s web site and I saw what Isa Saalabi & Holly Harsnongkram have in their line-up. Great stuff! I love Isa’s choice of black jacket for the new season – very James Dean.

    Way to go Isa Saalabi & Holly Harnsongkram – you’ve managed to produce a cool thing in a fresh way with the artist/music/fashion mix thing you have going on. I’m an artist – so I can really dig the concept.

    – Kelly Rickert, Alexandria, VA

  2. Jonathan Ng Says:

    Thanks for the response Kelly. I completely agree with you. I really like what theyre doing at Nom de Guerre. The brand is blowing up.

    – Jon

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s