In celebration of International Women’s Day, Little Poland Gallery is hosting, Women for Women Designers Sale Event. The gallery will be presenting an incredible collection of women’s clothing made by a carefully curated selection of European designers, and featuring natural fabrics including beautiful linens and cottons. All of the items are being offered at extremely affordable prices, making this the perfect chance to get started on your spring wardrobe. Plus every woman will leave with a FREE gift with their purchase.
“Does one fall in love in the Moroccan desert, or fall in love with the Moroccan desert? I couldn’t tell, and maybe I didn’t need to know the difference!”
Karina Seljak, a featured vendor at this Sunday’s Valentine’s Market, talked to Greenpointers about a love filled trip that was her design inspiration of her apparel line.
“I came away from my trip inspired to make garments that were made from single pieces of fabric, draping the body to protect it from the wind and the sun, and creating beautiful and ever changing silhouettes, that makes the wearer feel free and sexy.”
Ana Chronos offers classic to couture vintage clothing, accessories and jewelry for women, as well as sustainable and all natural products for the home and body.
For the holidays Ana Chronos is fully stocked with great gift ideas and offerings! Look for handmade, recycled leather bound notebooks, cards & stationary, all natural soy candles, soaps & bath salts and vintage novelty gifts, like a 1950’s portable bar set. To complete your holiday needs we have also included a small men’s collection, gift wrapping and gift certificates.
Located at 135 Franklin Street, come on by for some holiday shopping and don’t forget to mention the Greenpointers to receive 15% off all purchases!
Ana Chronos 135 Franklin Street Brooklyn, NY 11222 718.433.1020
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