An Evening Panel @ FIT

Every brand, regardless of size needs exposure and content and to build relationships in today’s fashion industry. We attended a "Navigating The Influencer Space" panel at the Fashion Institute Technology to learn how to engage with influencers. As influencer marketing becomes ubiquitous, emerging designers are debating whether they should gift, pay or even use influencers as a marketing tool. PS: If you're an influencer and would like to work with Casavva, please feel free to reach out.  Read More

Casavva Featured on Coolector

We're glad to be featured with another British publication this month.  "A reimagining of the traditional flannel shirt, these offerings from Casavva are chock full with cool little features and nuances you won’t find in other shirts on the market such as the integrated lens cleaner or the secret pocket for a little extra storage, the attention to detail in the design really is second to none. Extremely versatile, the flannel shirts from Casavva are ideally suited for heading to the office, out into the wild or a night on the town and, wherever you choose to wear them, the comfort levels will be off the charts." (Full article link) Read More

An Evening with Rufus

Last week, we were very lucky to get to see Rufus Cappadocia play live. It was a closed event in a small violin shop in Lower East Side. Rufus is best known for his cross cultural performances and he is also a great story teller. Throughout his performance, he shared with us his life stories and experiences that guided him to create his music. Do check out the fantastic short clip below. (PS: He is wearing the Ember Herringbone).   Read More

Holiday Market @ SOLSTREET

 'Twas the Holiday Season! *jingle bells* This year we joined Solstreet, a new pop-up market to check out the festive scene at Williamsburg. We saw some familiar faces and caught up with some friends. Amongst our customers, we met cellist Rufus Cappadocia, who was so kind to invite us to his show that same evening. Read More

Casavva & Storm Men’s Shop

Starting this fall, we are partnering with Storm Men’s Shop in Fort Collins to make our flannel shirts available to fellow Coloradans. Traci Gendron, founder of Storm Men’s Shop, started the shop with a mission to raise awareness for Cystinosis. This is a a rare, incurable metabolic disease that slowly destroys the body’s organs. Traci’s son, Tanner is one of just 500 people in the US afflicted by the disease. In the absence of a cure, Storm Men’s Shop is donating 100% of their profits to the Cystinosis Research Foundation. We’re excited to help advance their cause — if you’re in Colorado, come check them out!   Read More