For people with uniquely discerning tastes, satisfying stylistic needs isn’t always so easy.
Whether it’s jewelry, clothing, or accessories, we all have our own specific combination of colors, designs, and shapes that we prefer – some easier to find than others.
Sure, there’s a huge selection of specialized stores, both online and brick & mortar, which offer products that appeal more to “anti-mainstream” tastes. But while these products might look good at face value, their lofty price tags very rarely match the items’ quality.
Online stores like Etsy and Saatchi Art are also on option for unique products strictly due to their massive selection – but shopping on them is a time-consuming process and it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle. Plus, these sites have notoriously low quality standards.
Introducing Gallery La La: an online retail platform dedicated to offering unique products from a select group of vendors. fashion designers and visual artists.
At Gallery La La, it’s all about taking pride in selection. Through in-person quality control checks, they carefully choose the top unique products – created by a select group of independent fashion designers and visual artists – to feature in the curated marketplace. That’s the main difference between them and the Etsys of the world.
In the end, the company’s number one goal is to provide the opportunity for designers and artists to make a living from their creations. Gallery La La intends on building profitable businesses for passionate artists through collective promotion and outstanding customer service.
We also offer a variety of product types and price points to suit various consumer demographics. Our current featured designer is Serena Van Rensselaer, whose Willow and Wheat collection is being offered as perks for our Indiegogo campaign:
- Silver Wheat Pendants for $90
- Silver Willow Small Earrings for $119
- Silver Willow Cuff Bracelets for $237
- 14K Gold Wheat Pendant/Pearls for $1,092
It all started in 2007, when Sulimon Balogun transformed a Brooklyn restaurant’s basement into an exhibition space to sell local artists’ work under the name Gallery La La. Balogun would go on to acquire a storefront building in SoHo NYC in 2013, before eventually making the shift to the digital realm. His company has since been featured on FOX Business Network’s Worldwide Business with Kathy Ireland this December.
Gallery La La is currently crowdfunding on Indiegogo to help build up its Indiegogo platform, which can be found here if you’re interested in contributing. If you’d like more information on the company’s efforts, you can visit them online at http://gallerylala.com/ or email the Founder at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos: Gallery La La