By  on February 12, 2015

NEW YORK — Fish-oil capsule pendants strung on rose gold, stacked Air Jordans, riffs on Timberlands, and fake orthodontic braces donned in the name of jewelry.

These are the experimental components that, at just seven seasons in, are helping emerging New York ready-to-wear brand Eckhaus Latta find its stride — particularly in the accessories realm. The brainchild of former Rhode Island School of Design classmates Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, the label has established a fringe, underground following — due in part to its ability to express a brand story through shoes, jewelry and miscellaneous art-piece accessories. Their efforts have landed the duo a partnership with Nike iD, which will be unveiled at their runway show Monday.

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