The Village Showroom

(Suite 1106)
Tina Fleming, Shanon Martin, Rozalind Kolve
Phone 213.327.0010

Independent Sales Organization


Chaser  (Activewear, Swimwear, Resortwear, Handbags, Home Accessories, Scarves, Sleepwear, Yoga, Casualwear, Coats/Outerwear, Contemporary, Denim/Jeans, Dresses, Fur, Intimate Apparel, Items, Leather, Loungewear, Menswear, Pants/Bottoms, Sweaters/Knitwear, Tops, T-Shirts) Raised on rock and roll, Chaser is a contemporary clothing line dedicated to the evolution of style. Designed in Los Angeles, inspired by icons of generations past, the collection is consistently looking forward. Fit, fabrication, hand-feel and construction all reign supreme. Dressed up or down, Chaser remains the authority on cool. Taking a nod from vintage and a page out of music history, the brand leans toward the direction of European taste-makers tempered with a casual modernity. Always experimenting with yarns and dyes, art meets fashion, for a look that is uniquely Chaser.

Mila The Label  (Casualwear, Swimwear, Contemporary, Dresses, Resortwear) Mila the Label is a modern-bohemian fashion brand born from a life spent in the islands. Founder Camila Pires left Brazil and came to the North Shore of Oahu Hawaii where she designs the brand. The line is a reflection of the life spent in the shore of white sands and blue water of Hawaii and the constant travel to Brazil and Bali where the brand is produced. The label is known for its gypsy-inspired prints and solids to be worn to music festivals, road-trips and island getaways around the globe. 

Joy Dravecky Jewelry  (Accessories) Joy Dravecky believes there is always a place for beauty in a woman’s life, no matter who she is or what she’s doing. Her collections are a reflection of that philosophy with pieces that can be worn with a pair of faded jeans and flip-flops as they are with a little black dress and heels. Her timeless work combines organic materials such as rough-cut, semi-precious stones paired with gold-filled metal, silver or brass. Her deep love of natural objects and bohemian influences sends her searching for materials in unlikely places. The collection can be found in boutiques throughout the United States.