Occasion Designers

With the intent of blurring the lines between occasion and bridal, Luna presents cocktail and evening dresses for all of life's special events. For a fun girls' night out, formals and fundraisers, and all of your wedding-related gatherings, we've got you covered in the latest must-have styles. Small-batch orders ensure rotating variety and exclusivity of selection.  Off-the-rack occasion dresses range in price from $150-$650, with most falling between $200-$400.

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Keepsake the Label

Noticing a gap in the market for price pointed, high-end occasion wear, Australian Fashion Labels' Creative Director Melanie Flintoft launched Keepsake The Label, enlisting the help of Head Designer Carmen Dugan. Since its inception, the brand has developed from alternative party wear into luxury, sophisticated occasion wear. Offering crisp lines and intricate detailing in luxe fabrics, Keepsake continues to celebrate strength and femininity through fashion.


Dress the Population

In 2011, designer Franklin Morales founded Dress the Population with a simple idea – make beautiful clothing at an affordable price. The not-so-simple part was how to do it ethically. In today’s world, fast fashion rules and is mostly fueled by an exploited and underpaid workforce in the US and abroad. As an immigrant who had moved to the United States as a child with very little, his priority was to help others with similar stories achieve the same ‘American Dream’ that he had. Because of this, everything from design to manufacturing to shipment happens at their headquarters in Los Angeles .

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C/MEO Collective

C/MEO COLLECTIVE's vision is to supply experimental designs to dictate future taste. Since its establishment in 2010, C/MEO COLLECTIVE has endeavored to build its own unique aesthetic through its inspired use of directional prints, premium fabrics and bold silhouettes. C/MEO Collective’s collections express a spirited and resolute feel, combining together forward thinking and ease with modernism, bringing together balance to opposite qualities.


Halston Heritage

Founded in the 1960s, the HALSTON label took the fashion industry by storm. Known for his innovation in millinery, Roy Halston Frowick used his signature materials of jersey, cashmere, and suede to reinvent the jumpsuit, the shirtdress, and the classic caftan, permanently leaving his mark on fashion. Halston created strong codes that are quintessential to the brand even to this day, as a new team of innovators continue to evolve the HALSTON legacy through the HALSTON HERITAGE collection. 


Yumi Kim

Designer Kim Phan has one of those New York stories you only see in movies. She  went to New York with a dream and a suitcase and now she is quickly becoming a household name in the industry and a celebrity fave. Phan's aesthetic is distinct and stands out in the often very black and grey fashion landscape. Her designs are all about flowers, bright colors and light materials. 



Founder Katie Pratt started out to find a balance between high end quality and affordability; resulting in chic, playful & designer pieces that wouldn’t break the bank. Their signature look is in the luxe fabrications and unique, intricate detailing; contrast embroidery, delicate lace trims, lazer cut patterns, and beadwork can all be found within the ELLIATT designs.