Szulika unveiled her
spring/summer 2006 collection Friday October 21 at the Twin Springs
Building in downtown LA as a part of
P. KA BU.
creator Monica Nahum has been immersed in the fashion industry since
childhood. Her mother and grandmother were both entrepreneurs with
their own design studios, where she learned attention to detail and
quality in craftsmanship, as well as her passion for design. She has
vast experience working with the junior line Francine Browner, the
contemporary line Anna Paul Collection, Denimex in New York, Azteca in
Los Angeles, as well as her family's business, Encore Performance
Apparel. In 2004, Monica decided to launch her own line,
The company recently
relocated to downtown Los Angeles, where Monica's mother and assistant
designer Amber Clark oversee daily operations for the growing line,
which has been featured in the pages of
Paper magazines, to name a few.
fashion's independent "presentation to purchase" organizing platform
expanded operations for its fifth LA Fashion Week season. Runway. Trade
Show. Trunk Show. Influential Retailers. Media. Celebrities. Public
Access. Independent Fashion. Charity. Creative Business. Partners.
Glamour. Fun. Imagine these elements brought together under one roof of
a 37,500 square-foot art deco space in downtown Los Angeles' historic
Building, 433 S. Spring St,
and you get a comprehensive system for the
growth, promotion, and sales of independent fashion and lifestyle
October 21 & 22
P. Ka Bu's Fifth Independent Runway Series was joined by the launch of
the first phase of its companion sales division, P. Ka Bu Trunk & Trade.
Phase one of this innovative trunk and trade show hybrid concept
features thirty emerging fashion and lifestyle exhibitors in a
spectacular retail sales event. As the next pivotal stage in P. Ka Bu's
P. Ka Bu Trunk &
Trade offers exhibitors the chance to reach
the most important segments of the market at one of the most exciting
times in the LA fashion calendar. At one time in one place, P. Ka Bu
Trunk & Trade exhibitors can cater to both the ever-coveted retailer,
and a savvy, style-hungry public audience.
For more information
on Szulika's collections
and where to buy, visit
Szulika's spring/summer 2006 look books and line sheets
available at PURE.
Photos courtesy of WireImage