The contemporary and timeless women’s fashion brand, Page Thirty, has announced they will leave behind their focus on a wholesale approach and instead will follow the direct-to-consumer route.
By offering their products directly to consumers and not to retailers, Page Thirty would avoid retail markups and delays, giving consumers a beautifully made product at a new lower price.
The price would be half of what a department store would charge.
Alongside the announcement of their change in approach, Page Thirty has also revealed their newly revamped website.
Opting for a more simplistic atmosphere, Page Thirty’s new website exudes sophistication and luxury, just like their jackets.
For this upcoming collection, Page Thirty has developed a wider variety selection of designs that are a perfect match for any type of woman.
With a color palette consisting of cognac, midnight, moss, noir, and taupe, the shade range for this collection is no doubt fall and winter approved. In addition, the new styles are just as diverse as they are colorful.
From suede wrap and duster coats to blazers and longline sleeveless coats, Page Thirty has thought of a style for every woman, no matter the occasion or the climate.
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Launched in December 2015, the Page Thirty brand emerged into the fashion industry with their contemporary leather jackets for women.
Founded by Susan Cho and based in California, Page Thirty creates pieces that combine sophistication with timelessness.
Cho focuses on designing jackets for women across all age groups using high quality materials and manufacturing as well as developing investment pieces that will stay with you forever despite the many evolving trends.
Page Thirty will also be debuting six new jacket styles in their Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
In addition to these fresh new designs, the brand’s original styles will still be available in the approaching Fall/Winter collection.