OSKA Pasadena

Mar 9, 2015

At OSKA Pasadena_IschikoThe prices are not for the feint of heart but the quality of materials, manufacturing, and the interesting styles of OSKA cannot be denied. Classic, casual, traditional, and slightly out of the box, OSKA has a treasure trove of goodies to look at, feel, ogle, though if one catches your fancy, make sure you’ve brought deep pockets.

It all began in 1997, with OSKA Textilvertriebs GmbH. The first flagship store was opened in Munich in 2004, and shortly after that stores blossomed in London and New York City. The headquarters are still based in Munich with “two Czech subsidaries” producing most of the products and helping maintain quality and creativity (the company has its own dyeing factory).

OSKA is ready for spring as March has brought new styles and colors, what the store calls the company’s “exclusive palette of ethereal blues, magnolia, aloe, and other soothing hues.” Stop by to be soothed, ladies…



OSKA Pasadena, 13 Douglas Alley, Old Pasadena 91103. Hours: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sunday, noon-5 p.m. Tel.: 1.626.432.1729.


Apparently, these pants, called the Jin Silver pant, sold out in only one week. Well, they’re back. Run, girls, run!

All  images thanks to OSKA website and Facebook page

All images thanks to OSKA website and Facebook page


Something called a Kleid Jodana, which looks perfectly cozy…



Love the cuts, pleats, materials…





As we’ve stated, OSKA costs. But if one’s pockets are regularly deep or it’s time for a special splurge, this might be the spot…




Photo of storefront, above: The OSKA Pasadena store was designed by Ruben S. Ojeda Architects located at 25 E. Colorado Boulevard between Fair Oaks and Raymond Avenues.






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