Join us Friday, November 18th from 6-8pm at the Sikara pop-up boutique at 452 West 2ND Street for our Designer Exclusive Evening.
Glimmer and glow in rich golds and metals, and wrap yourself in jewel-toned silks in colors like ruby, emerald, and ice! Enjoy fine wines and artisan cheeses from local Austin vineyards and cheese makers while you meet the designers. You’ll have exclusive access to a behind-the-scenes look into their collections and inspirations as well as be able to network with Austin’s fashion and social media scene. Plus, be the first to see the Spring Collection from Tess in an exclusive sneak peek!
Bring your camera and your fashion curiosity to the showroom!
About Tess: The Tess vision was born when a talented designer and seamstress, Theresa Kopecky, decided to create clothes for strong, grown-up women rather than androgynous teenage girls; clothes with timeless style and ageless lines. Tess embraces the glamorous lines of vintage clothing, celebrates the female form rather than disguising it, and rejects muddied tones in favor of exuberant, vivid color – giving classic feminine grace back to the modern woman.
“I love being a woman; I want to look like one, and take my place in the adult world I inhabit and influence … If I can somehow show the Tess customer a little piece of me and what I believe in, then she can find herself too. I guess you could say that I want to save the world one dress at a time!” – Theresa
About Sikara: Sikara is Modern Fusion Jewelry™, a reflection of owner and designer, Mousumi’s life as a first-generation Indian-American. She travels the world, working with her team of inspirational designers to create collections that take you on a voyage through the culture and history of each country she visits. Her travel and experiences provide the inspiration for each Sikara piece: whether it be a firefly in a Brazilian garden, a peacock feather in India, or an ancient hieroglyph in the jungles of Mexico.
“My travels have inspired me to work with a network of international designers to present a truly unique line of jewelry,” says Mousumi. “When a person purchases a piece, they also learn about the history and culture pertaining to the country.”