P.Luca 4 Barami Review

Saturday, May 14, 2011


Since 1980, Barami has been a fixture on the New York fashion scene, bringing professional women the quality, affordable, fashion-conscious and versatile clothing they need to move easily from a day in the office to an evening out. Now, founder of Barami, Bahram Hakakian, and his daughters Neda and Nika, are proud to announce the launch of P.Luca for Barami and the extension of the Barami brand.

At 24, fashion designer Bahram Hakakian opened his first retail location, Barami, with a vision of bringing women high quality, fashionable clothing for an affordable price. His daughters, Neda and Nika grew up loving fashion and began working in the Barami retail locations at age 16. “Fashion has always been our passion and we fantasized about the day we could be like our father. We literally could not wait to start working,” says Neda. They now hold senior management positions within the company – Neda is currently the VP of Merchandising and Nika is the District Manager of the retail locations.

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The Little Black Dress ($39) is smart, alluring, and sophisticated. Youthful yet classic, it exposes a hint of skin while remaining demure. The beautiful sequin detail on the side gives it extra flair. I love that I can wear it numerous ways, depending on my mood - alone, with shorts, or my favorite pair of skinny jeans. You can go luxe or casual with it. You're bound to lasso compliments your way!



Sexy Summer Dress $49

Sexy Sweet Necklace $32

The New Suit $159

Summer Tone-on-Tone $44


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