O.N.A.—one of Vanderbilt Avenue's newest clothing stops—will turn one-year-old this April.
And for a passel of local designers, that means one year of having their threads on the rack.
"We try to carry Brooklyn designers," explained employee Polyne Gonzaga, noting many of the blouses, skirts and dresses adorning the walls were born in nearby neighborhoods.
Other pieces come from as far as California, Gonzaga added, for a total of 25 unique designers represented.
And though the temperatures outside still dip to gelid lows from time to time, Ona's winter selection has been relegated to a small sale rack in the back.
"Most of the winter clothes were outta here by New Year's," Gonzaga noted.
To prep for the coming warm months—in addition to the clothes—Gonzaga said the shop will open its backyard for a mimosa-and-fashion weekend.