We are looking to return to a luxury that is enduring and personal.
We believe in the totemic power of objects that are lovingly made and passed down over generations. When a woman wears Anndra Neen, we want her to feel that it was made especially for her.
Standing out is a lifeline.
Growing up bicultural, we never felt like we fit a mold, but we used that to our advantage. What our style says about us is that we don't want to blend in. It took us many years not to feel guilty about the fact that we were obsessed with clothing and style; people tend to think it's superficial.
For us, getting dressed is about deep creative expression.
It's about creating visual paintings with clothing.
Every day is an opportunity to play with texture, color and form on the body. Sometimes it's hard to stand out, but for us it's a lifeline.
Death is to conform.
We are interested in the way exaggerated clothing shapes look like abstract forms on the body. We view them in the same way we would view a sculpture.
We want to inspire people to find their own voice.
Our Spring / Summer 2015 show featured our signature cage clutch with fresh water pearls, statement chokers using hand-etched glass, and a series of pieces with Lapis Lazuli. Model clothing was designed by our Mexican friend Lorena Saravia.