Upon leaving a career in the fashion industry, Annette Wallander founded her own equestrian lifestyle fashion design company. Today, her breadth of products has expanded to include women's equestrian influenced easily wearable street styles, bespoke show coats and shadbellies, and most recently the semi-custom Annette Wallender Equestrian (AWE) line of coats created in collaboration with Somerset Equestrian Trading and Boy-O-Boy Bridleworks.
Learn how Susan's professional career, from learning best practices within major retail organizations to creating bespoke pieces under her own label, has influenced the creation of the Annette Wallander Equestrian (AWE) semi-custom line. The innovative technology and details in craftsmanship distinctly differentiate AWE coats in the equestrian marketplace
Each generation often faces obstacles relating to other age groups, partially because of a focus on their differences rather than their similarities.
This week niche equestrian apparel company, TKEQ, launched a new line titled "generationEQ" as part of its latest collection. GenerationEQ represents a unification of individuals across all ages to create a culture that is connected by the importance of horsemanship and an authentic love for the horse.
Click below to read more about GenerationEQ by TKEQ and how we can share in each other’s knowledge and strengthen the special culture that exists between equestrians.
Inspired by her own need for a flat belt to wear under hunt coats while in the show jumping arena, Ruespari® founder Adrienne Marciano created a style for herself that met these criteria. Other riders quickly noticed this design and soon the label Ruespari was conceived.
Read in Adrienne’s own words, the story behind Ruespari, the conscious decision to keep production in the U.S.A., the inspiration for each collection, her love for animals, and more.
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