Handcrafted by local artisans, Mochi’s prints are distinctive, bright and beautiful. For their contemporary pieces, this brand offers traditional looks made in traditional methods of embroidery. These pieces symbolize fun, integrity, unity and empowerment.

Ayah Tabari, Mochi’s founder and designer, is from Palestine. Mochi’s inspiration is drawn from being immersed in the cultures and communities where each individual collection is born. By supporting local talents, new jobs are created, partnerships are made and opportunities turn into reality. As a result, their quality of life is improved. Behind every collection, there is a story, a unique journey, and a rich heritage.

Today, the brand features many signature ready-to-wear collections. They also produce a vibrant children’s diffusion line called Mini Mochi, and a swimwear line called Mochi Swim. The company continues to expand its global presence and has participated in Fashion Week presentations in London, New York and Paris. The company remains committed to creating awareness through its aesthetic works of art that capture the very essence of humanity.

The brand Bronx and Banco’s name is synonymous with cutting-edge style, vibrant hues and slick tailoring. Their collection was shown at NYFW with models wearing cowboy hats with the most feminine fashions. Their details included uneven hemlines, halter tops, and ruffles. Some looks were sheer, long and straight. From the runway to the real world, Bronx and Banco’s DNA reflects the impeccable style of the label’s founder and creative director, Natalie DE-Banco. With a strong love of all things sartorial and a rich family history that immersed her in the fashion world, Russian born, Australian-raised De-Banco opened her first boutique at Australia’s Bondi Beach. Inspired by global travel, exotic locations, unique characters and cosmopolitan adventures, the collections are full of feminine, flamboyant and flattering silhouettes. She designs for a worldly, confident woman.