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  • A.F Artefact

    The designer graduated from Osaka Culture and Clothing University and worked as a designer, pattern worker for a clothes maker and also made sewing.

    The designer created in 2009 the men's brand A.F HOMME.

    The brand name was changed for A.F ARTEFACT in 2016 and started a unisex line.

    The brand made a new start with the Paris collection recently.

  • Aganovich

    Aganovich pieces embody the label's expertise with finely sculpted and highly imaginative design.

    A slick monochrome palette is punctuated with flashes of bold color and print, while silhouettes are characterized by strikingly fluid lines and raw edges.

    An experimental and subtly daring aesthetic runs through this Farfetch edit

  • Area by Barbara Bologna

    Barbara Bologna is an Italian-born Sculptress and Body Art Performer who after graduating from the "Accademia di Belle Arti" in Brera, has gone on to create her own clothing and accessories line: "AREA"Barbara's work is inspired and driven by the worlds of art and music .She intends every collection to be "a strong/sweet stream that flows from within a diagonal cut made on the skin of every person that comes in contact with it" For this reason she is fiercely independent and operates outside the usual "fashion" rules.The center of creation is that the dress is revealed in a moment, as in a photographic process ,like a image , it is revealed at the same time. As well as all the choices, from the shape, to the fabric, to finishing .. comes to light simultaneously.All these “visions” are realized, by Barbara and her team, with a thoughtful and unique research, always innovative, of high quality materials.The manufacturing and all the details are made together with several Italian artisans who are part of the AREA universe... Clothes that come from the soul, and pass through the hands- hearts and knowledge of expert Italian workers.

  • AUDINO GIOIELLI DARTE
  • Aleksandr Manamis

    The raison d'étre behind Aleksandr Manamïs can be found in the true merit of controlled effortlessness. The exemplary rather languid layering alludes to elegant simplicity, whereas illusive and at times hidden details confront the bearer astutely. Henceforth, the sculpted silhouette insinuates a form of opacity similar to the one found in the human mind. The collections combine such elements of guised draping fused with an array of bespoke fits, to underline the versatility of the carefully selected garments as tailored blazers, jackets, layered skirts, embroidered shirts, patched trousers and more, always in exquisite natural fabrics.  

    The characteristic colour palette is dominated by dark shades of grey, black and sands, for both the summer and winter collections. Furthermore, prints will very rarely be found on Aleksandr Manamis garments. Contrarily, the styles and silhouettes are subjected to the desire retaining the complexity of the intricate details as a clear focal point. Hence, immaculate detailing and exquisite craftsmanship shape the true signature look and the feel of what became and is Aleksandr Manamïs.

  • Antipsat

    Antipasto is a small dish prepared at the beginning of an Italian cuisine.

    Just as how antipasto enlightens ones to have great expectations for the main dish to come, “Being an inspiration to fashion,ANTIPAST is named to pursue and perform in the same manner.

    ANTIPAST also signifies another aspect of the brand role in fashion, which is “ANTI-PAST.The brand name itself has been designed to represent their beliefs and ideas toward the production of their original items which inspires creativity and arouses excitements to the unprecedented value in wearing.

  • A DICIANNOVEVENTITRE

    The brand A Diciannoveventitre, based in Rome, was launched in 2006 by Simone Cecchetto, craftsman and designer. He is specialized in made in Italy footwear and men clothing. A Diciannoveventitre mixes tradition and innovation with a constant search for new materials and new production techniques. The use of high quality leather makes the designs unique, exclusive and timeless.

  • By Waild

    There are too few personalities in fashion that bring that gorgeous old school chic to style nowadays, but British-Iraqi designer Walid Damirji is one of them. While others may strive for maximum exposure and the fast burn of celebrity, Walid – with his characteristic hand-worked ‘By Walid’ label and one-of-a-kind ethos knows every one of his ‘looks’ and can talk about items of his clothing like old friends. These are, if you like, anonymous heirlooms from history, modernised and reinterpreted by Walid. Travelling the world, collecting materials like an anthropologist gathers evidence of wild and wonderful things, he assembles his medley of rococo silks, belle epoque passementerie, box upon box of Whitby jet, ancient cashmeres, workwear, school - boy twills, 1920s linens, frothing reams of lace, recycled furs, 18th century ecclesiastical embroideries and Chinoiserie Spanish shawls.

     

    By Walid is not for the person who wants to remain anonymous. But then; what good fashion is? His signature is distinctive and it is beloved by men and women of fashion; what he calls affectionately his movers and shakers. Because what Walid has done is to recreate the bond that used to exist between a customer and a designer, dressmaker or tailor. It is the opposite of anonymity and it is completely modern and contemporary because not only is the relationship between maker and customer implicitly; he is, quite simply, in the vanguard of responsible fashion. In a time when disposable seasonal fashions ask to be replaced every few months, Walids one of a kind separates improve with age  the provenance of their cloth is prepared to absorb a new story. These are clothes that speak of craft, of history and of quality. It is the kind of luxury that sometimes money cannot buy.

     

  • A.F Artefact

    The designer graduated from Osaka Culture and Clothing University and worked as a designer, pattern worker for a clothes maker and also made sewing. The designer created in 2009 the men's brand A.F HOMME. The brand name was changed for A.F ARTEFACT in 2016 and started a unisex line. The brand made a new start with the Paris collection recently.

  • CHRISTIAN PEAU

    Founded in Kobe in 2002, Japanese design house Christian Peau produces handcrafted leather goods distinguished by their exceptional treatment and finish. The city's mix of Eastern and Western influences, as well as its concentration of skilled leatherworkers, reflects Christian Peau's balance of a European artisanal tradition with modern design influences.

  • Aleksandr Manamis
    The raison d'étre behind Aleksandr Manamïs can be found in the true merit of controlled effortlessness. The exemplary rather languid layering alludes to elegant simplicity, whereas illusive and at times hidden details confront the bearer astutely. Henceforth, the sculpted silhouette insinuates a form of opacity similar to the one found in the human mind. The collections combine such elements of guised draping fused with an array of bespoke fits, to underline the versatility of the carefully selected garments as tailored blazers, jackets, layered skirts, embroidered shirts, patched trousers and more, always in exquisite natural fabrics. 

    The characteristic colour palette is dominated by dark shades of grey, black and sands, for both the summer and winter collections. Furthermore, prints will very rarely be found on Aleksandr Manamis garments. Contrarily, the styles and silhouettes are subjected to the desire retaining the complexity of the intricate details as a clear focal point. Hence, immaculate detailing and exquisite craftsmanship shape the true signature look and the feel of what became and is Aleksandr Manamïs.
      

     

  • Cherevichkiotvichki

    The impossible to pronounce CHEREVICHKIOTVICHKI (Rus. Черевички от Bички ) stands for “a shoe by Victoria” in the old Slavic language, but said in a playful childish manner.    The Cherevichkiotvichki story begins in Lithuania where Victoria grew up surrounded by the remains of Soviet culture and the uprising of Baltic heritage. Born into a family of  factory workers she grew up to be fascinated by the extinct utilitarian lifestyle and nurtured memories of her childhood past transforming them into series of everyday objects – shoes. The self-taught shoemaker performs copious amounts of research empathizing traditional craftsman-ship between her London studio and the atelier in Italy. This works hand in hand with Victoria’s own inventive techniques. Focal one being material research and leather dying – her storytelling always evolves through the medium of colors and textures working with opulence of natural palette of shades of maroon, bronze, Klein-like blues, and always whites.  Cherevichkiotvichki is a ceremonial invitation into maker’s world: to take a peek at her youth, visit play-grounds and places in search of secrets hidden, but not forgotten.

  • AUDINO GIOIELLI DARTE
  • ESDE

    We are devoted disciples of experience. No shallow promises, no false convictions – instead, a lot of unconditional love for true craftsmanship and a strong belief in a creative process which gives birth to something new. Something new that does not necessarily adhere to forced modernity or differentness. We believe that the best does not have to follow a trend. Everything that leaves our workshop has lived, worked and breathed.

  • A DICIANNOVEVENTITRE

    The brand A Diciannoveventitre, based in Rome, was launched in 2006 by Simone Cecchetto, craftsman and designer.
    He is specialized in made in Italy footwear and men clothing.
    A Diciannoveventitre mixes tradition and innovation with a constant search for new materials and new production techniques.
    The use of high quality leather makes the designs unique, exclusive and timeless.

  • BORIS BIDJAN SABERI 11

    Boris Bidjan Saberi is a half German, half Persian menswear designer born on September 11, 1978 in Munich, Germany, to a Persian father and a German mother. These biographical factors play a fundamental role in Boris’s formation : they combine dual systems such as West/Middle East traditions and form/formless garments with the designer’s passion for numerology. 11 is in fact the symbolic trademark of the brand and the name of Saberi’s additional line. 

    In 2007 Saberi launched his eponymous label, establishing his atelier in a place that fully represents the designer’s complex philosophy. In the frame of Monistrol de Montserrat, Saberi settles his first headquarter, later transferred in Barcelona. Monistrol as well as the current atelier stand for the geographical exemplifications of a secular spirituality, as in these industrial archaeology sites Boris develops the outlines of his alchemist laboratory for contemporary investigations. 

    Following the inception of the brand, Boris Bidjan Saberi began participating in the official Paris Fashion Week calendar where he nowadays presents his collections. The label increased a distinctive attention for functional qualities, whilst maintaining a strong connection to urban roots. Since 2014, Boris Bidjan Saberi is an official member of the Chambre masculine of the Federation Française de la Couture. 

    The designer matures a peculiar clothing language through the celebration of his innate heritage between European and Middle-Eastern culture. It is therefore the burst of an instinctive primitiveness in which raw materials and accurate tailoring fuse together

  • Gunda

    Established in 1998 Seasonal collections have been launched since 1999 mainly with costume jewelries, belts and bags made with antique-taste leather combined with metal/stone decorations.

     

    In the earlier collections, firm originality had been sought with unique new techniques, while maintaining the method of traditional leather craft at the base. Those items were obviously impossible to be produced by mass production but can only be handcrafted,and soon gained a reputation for the particularity.

    Not only their detailed work added value on the edgy design,  but also their long lasting quality,which made them comfortably fit as worn more, showed the authentic craftsmanship, and the two factors together drew line from the other products. 


    Thereafter, the range of collection has been extended with inspiration from all over the world,and non-seasonal collections has irregularly come out, as  [ONE OF A KIND] line in which very exclusive,one and only in the world, all hand-made art pieces of jewelries are introduced to limited stores.


      Mixing different materials, antique jewelry parts and beads from diverse country/ethnic with its distinctively unique method,those stateless products are unlike any of the others, and Gunda is still expanding its view of the world witch is beyond every border.

  • By Waild

    There are too few personalities in fashion that bring that gorgeous old school chic to style nowadays, but British-Iraqi designer Walid Damirji is one of them. While others may strive for maximum exposure and the fast burn of celebrity, Walid – with his characteristic hand-worked ‘By Walid’ label and one-of-a-kind ethos knows every one of his ‘looks’ and can talk about items of his clothing like old friends. These are, if you like, anonymous heirlooms from history, modernised and reinterpreted by Walid. Travelling the world, collecting materials like an anthropologist gathers evidence of wild and wonderful things, he assembles his medley of rococo silks, belle epoque passementerie, box upon box of Whitby jet, ancient cashmeres, workwear, school - boy twills, 1920s linens, frothing reams of lace, recycled furs, 18th century ecclesiastical embroideries and Chinoiserie Spanish shawls.

     

    By Walid is not for the person who wants to remain anonymous. But then; what good fashion is? His signature is distinctive and it is beloved by men and women of fashion; what he calls affectionately his movers and shakers. Because what Walid has done is to recreate the bond that used to exist between a customer and a designer, dressmaker or tailor. It is the opposite of anonymity and it is completely modern and contemporary because not only is the relationship between maker and customer implicitly; he is, quite simply, in the vanguard of responsible fashion. In a time when disposable seasonal fashions ask to be replaced every few months, Walids one of a kind separates improve with age the provenance of their cloth is prepared to absorb a new story. These are clothes that speak of craft, of history and of quality. It is the kind of luxury that sometimes money cannot buy.

     

  • GASPARD HEX

    Handcrafted in the heart of Paris,

    The unisex Jewelry created by Gaspard Hex tries to redefine the purpose of Jewelry in nowadays world, by proposing to its wearers meaningful jewels, artifacts of a new world.  

    Bringing back to life Philosophy of Nature, Shamanism, Druidism and so on, Gaspard Hex speaks about Transmutation, Talismans, CG Jung’s theory of archetypes and combines harmoniously opposites such as past and future, microcosm and macrocosm, showing that everything connects together.  

    Materials used are mostly sterling silver, opals and diamonds.  

     “I want to examine a certain spirituality of nature which has been forgotten today and is waiting to be unearthed again.”   

    In an universe where post-industrial ruins and primordial nature fusion together, Gaspard Hex experiments on matter with his own techniques.  

     A rough work, close to voodoo, based on a reflection on the destruction of nature and its eternal rebirth.  

    Inspired by several antique mythologies or animated with a futurist spirit, they are above all included in a logic of elementary forms, like a bridge between past and future.  

    More than classic jewelry, wearing them makes you the messenger of an universe.  

    All those jewels are handcrafted by the designer in le Marais, Paris.

  • Cherevichkiotvichki

    The impossible to pronounce CHEREVICHKIOTVICHKI (Rus. Черевички от Bички ) stands for “a shoe by Victoria” in the old Slavic language, but said in a playful childish manner.    The Cherevichkiotvichki story begins in Lithuania where Victoria grew up surrounded by the remains of Soviet culture and the uprising of Baltic heritage. Born into a family of  factory workers she grew up to be fascinated by the extinct utilitarian lifestyle and nurtured memories of her childhood past transforming them into series of everyday objects – shoes. The self-taught shoemaker performs copious amounts of research empathizing traditional craftsman-ship between her London studio and the atelier in Italy. This works hand in hand with Victoria’s own inventive techniques. Focal one being material research and leather dying – her storytelling always evolves through the medium of colors and textures working with opulence of natural palette of shades of maroon, bronze, Klein-like blues, and always whites.  Cherevichkiotvichki is a ceremonial invitation into maker’s world: to take a peek at her youth, visit play-grounds and places in search of secrets hidden, but not forgotten.

  • GOTI

    Tuscan jewellery designer Riccardo Goti mixes leather with metal fusions of silver and brass, hand crafting his chains and hardware. Goti's work sees a tough, masculine edge entwined with a sexy feminine quality to form beautifully disheveled and intricate details.

  • HENRIK VIBSKOV

    Hone in on experimentation and abstract creativity with the Henrik Vibskov for men edit. Monochrome hues offset unconventional styles in the Farfetch collection for men. Henrik Vibskov toys with texture and pattern, tempered by minimal, relaxed tailoring. The label's whimsical look comes through in elaborate prints and vivid tones alongside striking graphics.

  • CHRISTIAN PEAU

    Founded in Kobe in 2002, Japanese design house Christian Peau produces handcrafted leather goods distinguished by their exceptional treatment and finish. The city's mix of Eastern and Western influences, as well as its concentration of skilled leatherworkers, reflects Christian Peau's balance of a European artisanal tradition with modern design influences.

  • Horisaki

    Made the artisanal way in a farm set 200 kilometers away from Stockholm, Horisaki hats are as pure as they are refined, and imagined like works of art.


    Before switching to headgear, Makoto Horisaki used to create jewelry in the Swedish capital, where he met his partner, Karin, the then-official Sweden Royal Court hatmaker.


    Each piece demands several weeks of work, a testament to the couple's taste for estheticism. They craft each hat with clear, sharp, destructured yet always mastered cuts. The handpicked skins - rabbit and beaver - are treated the “old-fashion way”, first burnt then wet, to give them a crude, raw look, at times solid, at other, supple. The cherry on top? A potent vintage look, given by a meticulous patina application.

  • Drkshdw by Rick Owens

    Los Angeles designer, Rick Owens, opened his eponymous label in 1994, creating asymmetrical dresses, sculptural t-shirts and signature super distressed leather jackets that inspired feverish devotion amongst fans like Madonna and Courtney Love. His men's and women's lines, Drkshdw and Lilies, deliver pret-a-porter interpretations of his romantic brand of avant-garde rock couture.


    RICK OWENS' DRKSHDW line was launched in 2008, focusing on jeans, T-shirts and other easy-to-wear pieces, and are infused with Mr Owens signature rebellious style. Perfect for creating a long, layered silhouette, DRKSHDW pieces are highly versatile and can be worn in a number of ways, to create looks with a sense of nonchalant urban cool.  

  • James Kearns

    Tucked away in a small studio in the heart of east London, James can be found sculpting and crafting his shoes by hand. Devon born, James Kearns has had a profound connection to Avant-Garde fashion from an early age. Inspired by traditional methods and with the highest quality materials, he breathes new life into the way we use and wear leather. Every pair of shoes are designed and produced with very little machinery. The leather is carefully selected to showcase its unique markings and blemishes, and with very traditional (and some more inventive techniques). James is able to create a range of superior footwear, that is unique in style and production. A self-taught designer, his footwear has an international following as well as capturing the attention of many in the industry. His love for materials that are difficult to source, and the care in the production, James offers his clients a unique and personal retail experience. The simplicity and passion in his work can be seen in every pair of shoes. He believes that if his designs went into factory production they simply would not provide the same unique and personal finish that is created by hand

  • Devoa

    Explores an architecture of materials and patterns, grounded in a unique hypothesis on the form of the human body. Believes in the transformation of muscle balance, through well informed clothing.

  • JEAN FRANCOIS MIMILLA

    Jean-Francois Mimilla, Marc LeBihan’s associate in Lange et Linceul, is a self-taught jewellery designer, who shares Le Bihans passion for conceptual creations. His extensive use of resin, an extremely live material, allows him to freeze within it, or combine it with materials of impeccable history, such as vintage fabrics and lace, antique glass beads or blown glass from the 1920s and 1930s but also dusty old pictures. Captivated by vintage materials, his quest for treasureshe can use in his collections is focused mainly on the renowned Parisian flea markets. These raw materials are then processed, washed, oxidized and generally transformed, stipulating, thus, this merge of old(materials) and new(treatments and styles), that universally characterizes Lange et Linceul. Artisanal beads sewn on leather create bracelets, Swarovski crystals poured in resin and assembled by chain rings, compose beautiful necklaces, dusty old-fashioned portraits are revived on metal rings, made of stainless steel, and rows of steel chains gathered together form long, refined necklaces. The entirety of Mimillas work is hand-made, as are the beautiful, unique boxes that carry them.

  • GOTI

    Tuscan jewellery designer Riccardo Goti mixes leather with metal fusions of silver and brass, hand crafting his chains and hardware. Goti's work sees a tough, masculine edge entwined with a sexy feminine quality to form beautifully disheveled and intricate details.

  • GASPARD HEX

    Handcrafted in the heart of Paris,

    The unisex Jewelry created by  tries to redefine the purpose of Jewelry in nowadays world, by proposing to its wearers meaningful jewels, artifacts of a new world.

    Bringing back to life Philosophy of Nature, Shamanism, Druidism and so on, Gaspard Hex speaks about Transmutation, Talismans, CG Jungs theory of archetypes and combines harmoniously opposites such as past and future, microcosm and macrocosm, showing that everything connects together.

    Materials used are mostly sterling silver, opals and diamonds.

    I want to examine a certain spirituality of nature which has been forgotten today and is waiting to be unearthed again.

    In an universe where post-industrial ruins and primordial nature fusion together, Gaspard Hex experiments on matter with his own techniques.

    A rough work, close to voodoo, based on a reflection on the destruction of nature and its eternal rebirth.

    Inspired by several antique mythologies or animated with a futurist spirit, they are above all included in a logic of elementary forms, like a bridge between past and future.

    More than classic jewelry, wearing them makes you the messenger of an universe.

    All those jewels are handcrafted by the designer in le Marais, Paris.

  • Kuboraum

    KUBORAUM ARE MASKS DESIGNED ON THE FACE OF THOSE WHO WEAR THEM, MASKS THAT HIGHLIGHT PERSONALITY AND EMPHASIZE CHARACTER. THE MASK IS SYNONYMOUS WITH MOCKERY, WITH GAME. THE KUBORAUM MASKS ARE SYNONYMOUS WITH ACCENTUATION, PROTECTION AND SHELTER. KUBORAUM ARE LIKE CUBIC ROOMS WHERE WE SHELTER OURSELVES, WHERE WE ARE FREE TO LIVE IN OUR INTIMACY, WHERE WE LIVE ALL OUR IDENTITIES AND LOOK AT THE WORLD THROUGH TWO LENSES.

    THE BRAND WAS FOUNDED IN BERLIN IN THE ROOMS OF A FORMER POST OFFICE ON THE BORDER BETWEEN EAST AND WEST BERLIN. THE SPACE THAT WAS ORIGINALLY CONVERTED INTO A GALLERY, IMMEDIATELY BECAME THE INCUBATOR FOR THE CREATION OF NEW PROJECTS. AFTER VARIOUS METAMORPHOSES, TODAY THIS PLACE INCLUDES THE STUDIO, SHOWROOM AND THE KUBORAUM FLAGSHIP STORE. FROM DESIGN TO BRAND IDENTITY, FROM IMAGE TO COMMUNICATION, FROM PHOTO TO VIDEO PRODUCTIONS, FROM INSTALLATIONS TO INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS – ALL CONTENTS AND ALL THE MAGIC HERE IS DEVELOPED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF ARTIST, SCULPTOR, DESIGNER LIVIO GRAZIOTTIN AND ANTHROPOLOGIST, BRAND, COMMUNCIATION & MARKETING DIRECTOR SERGIO EUSEBI.

  • Gunda

    Established in 1998 Seasonal collections have been launched since 1999 mainly with costume jewelries, belts and bags made with antique-taste leather combined with metal/stone decorations.

     

    In the earlier collections, firm originality had been sought with unique new techniques, while maintaining the method of traditional leather craft at the base. Those items were obviously impossible to be produced by mass production but can only be handcrafted,and soon gained a reputation for the particularity.

    Not only their detailed work added value on the edgy design,  but also their long lasting quality,which made them comfortably fit as worn more, showed the authentic craftsmanship, and the two factors together drew line from the other products. 


    Thereafter, the range of collection has been extended with inspiration from all over the world,and non-seasonal collections has irregularly come out, as  [ONE OF A KIND] line in which very exclusive,one and only in the world, all hand-made art pieces of jewelries are introduced to limited stores.


      Mixing different materials, antique jewelry parts and beads from diverse country/ethnic with its distinctively unique method,those stateless products are unlike any of the others, and Gunda is still expanding its view of the world witch is beyond every border.

  • Keta Gutmane

    With its roots in contemporary tailoring, deconstruction and demi-couture techniques, KETA GUTMANE transfers the codes of classic mens' wardrobe onto a woman's body. The brand flirts with sporty elegant streetwear and other urban cliches and provides for a casually democratic silhouette which blends traditional artistry with contemporary tailoring. Subtle femininity is further supported by textural contrasts that incorporate agile, durable and functional fabrics whereas the monochrome palette has fresh color accents each season. The brand is a Woolmark Prize nominee; its stockist list stretches worldwide.

  • HENRIK VINSKOV

    Hone in on experimentation and abstract creativity with the Henrik Vibskov for men edit. Monochrome hues offset unconventional styles in the Farfetch collection for men. Henrik Vibskov toys with texture and pattern, tempered by minimal, relaxed tailoring. The label's whimsical look comes through in elaborate prints and vivid tones alongside striking graphics.

  • LAERKE ANDERSEN

    Since graduating from Central Saint Martins with honours in 2010 Lærke Andersen has worked with some of the biggest names in fashion such as Henrik Vibskov and Louis Vuitton. Now she is launching her own eponymous brand.Heavily influenced by sportswear and workwear combined with current cultural movements- Lærke Andersen is a new fashion brand seeking to erase the boundaries between feminine and masculine, function and luxury. Lærke Andersen encapsulates urban sophistication through unconventional fabric treatments, allowing the simplicity of classic shapes and uncompromising functionality to shine. The combination of classically inspired silhouettes and meetings with materials retrieved from workwear and sportswear, give the clothes a sense of unpretentious luxury.

     

  • Lost and Found

    Since childhood, the creative process has dominate her world. Ria Dunn was born in Vancouver, Canada, and grew up amongst contrasts. The untamed nature of BC, farm land, suburbs and chaotic cities combined in her and fueled a creative energy, unbreakable. Seen as an “unusual” child, she sunk herself into music, drawing and skateboarding. She studied Fine Arts, Interiors and Photography but one look at an inspiring photograph pushed her towards fashion design. She studied Fashion Design in Vancouver and began working in Toronto and Montreal. After many years of experience in North America, Ria pushed to make the move to Europe, to further her experience and esthetic. Italy was always a point of admiration for her, and after meeting her partner, moved to Tuscany, Italy in 2007. Tired of the commercial reality of fashion and the pressures to following the system, she created with Alessandro Esteri the brand “Lost & Found Ria Dunn” to redefine the meaning of luxury, and to rethink the way one could work within the fashion world. It was fundamental to be able to create garments that transmitted more emotion and complexity, as well as to be sustainable and sane in the process. Ria travels 4 times a year to Paris but chooses to reside in the tuscan countryside. She and Alessandro live in an old stone house, surrounded by good cooking, creativity and simplified living. Her 2 children live freely amongst chickens, a dog and a horse, and are sustained by their large garden, and curiosity for life

  • Horisaki

    Made the artisanal way in a farm set 200 kilometers away from Stockholm, Horisaki hats are as pure as they are refined, and imagined like works of art.


    Before switching to headgear, Makoto Horisaki used to create jewelry in the Swedish capital, where he met his partner, Karin, the then-official Sweden Royal Court hatmaker.


    Each piece demands several weeks of work, a testament to the couple's taste for estheticism. They craft each hat with clear, sharp, destructured yet always mastered cuts. The handpicked skins - rabbit and beaver - are treated the “old-fashion way”, first burnt then wet, to give them a crude, raw look, at times solid, at other, supple. The cherry on top? A potent vintage look, given by a meticulous patina application.

  • isaac sellam

    Isaac Sellam is a French designer behind his namesake brand founded in 2002. Before the label was created Isaac studied leather for 15 years. He turned his Paris studio into a research laboratory where he finds the innovative methods to work with this material. The designer works with the best tanners, creating unique range of jackets, leggings and t-shirts made entirely by hand. Isaac experiments with different types of skins (including complicated crocodile and python) bringing the product to the new level of experience. Nicolas Cage, Heidi Klum and Lenny Kravitz are the fans of Isaac Sellam's collections.

  • Mannucci 1978

    The name, M_1978, is the combination of designer's family name and the year when the artisan Mario Mannucci started his career in jewelry sector.

    The father Mario passed on his passion and experience to his son Marco, who decided to continue the family tradition  making in the city of Perugia in Umbria, Italy.
     
    Thanks to his talent and experience, Marco is working now on the creative aspect of design, with passion for antiquities that takes him back to the origins, where he finds a pure and primordial vision of objects.

    The inspiration behind M_1978 collections is Matter. 
    Experimenting with Matter means working through suggestions and attempts since it is only by getting one’s hands dirty that one can succeed in making every single creation unique, like a work of art.

    The project differs from the trends of conventional fashion and focuses on a uniqueness that prefers irregularity and imperfection, dusty colors, stains and cuts.

    M_1978 is in a continuous evolution and highlights the details typical of the Made in Italy tradition.

  • lncarnation

    Rich with decadent drama and leading in levels of luxury 'men's Incarnation leather jackets are a statement that is hard to ignore. Founding designer Keita Ogawa is renowned for exploring hide dying and crafting techniques, with this artisanal feel clearly defining the direction of collections. Distressed, crinkled and destroyed skins are a standout theme in men's Incarnation leather jackets, while innovative shapes lend fashion-forward flair. With all manner of powerful statement pieces served up, this collection will add cool character to any urban uniform.

     

  • James Kearns

    Tucked away in a small studio in the heart of east London, James can be found sculpting and crafting his shoes by hand. Devon born, James Kearns has had a profound connection to Avant-Garde fashion from an early age. Inspired by traditional methods and with the highest quality materials, he breathes new life into the way we use and wear leather. Every pair of shoes are designed and produced with very little machinery. The leather is carefully selected to showcase its unique markings and blemishes, and with very traditional (and some more inventive techniques). James is able to create a range of superior footwear, that is unique in style and production. A self-taught designer, his footwear has an international following as well as capturing the attention of many in the industry. His love for materials that are difficult to source, and the care in the production, James offers his clients a unique and personal retail experience. The simplicity and passion in his work can be seen in every pair of shoes. He believes that if his designs went into factory production they simply would not provide the same unique and personal finish that is created by hand.

  • KLASICA

    Kohei Kawamura, founder of KLASICA, a demagogue. The selected tunes are surrounded, as he has tried to create. There is no falsehood, only the nature of work. Cursed as the mysterious KLASICA universe. However, in its solemn presence, people must take risks. It's not about what you know, it's about what others share with you. The mission of a garment is to be dressed, to fascinate the wearer, because they set out together. The season is only a relative connotation. In the past. Now. Instantly. These are all natural frames.

  • Meo Fusciuni

    Born from the definition of artistic perfume as olfactory memory, Meo Fusciuni blend fragrances that recall moments of life lived, in a unique and exciting collection, the olfactory vision of a modern and nomad artist. Today Meo Fusciuni is an Italian independent brand, where the planning got boundaries in research of olfactory memory, yesterday nomad traveling, today in poetry, tomorrow mysticism. Meo Fusciuni is odorous liquid and matter that contains it, the poetic language that tells it is contained in a fragrance, a journey that lasts a lifetime.


  • Kuboraum

    KUBORAUM ARE MASKS DESIGNED ON THE FACE OF THOSE WHO WEAR THEM, MASKS THAT HIGHLIGHT PERSONALITY AND EMPHASIZE CHARACTER. THE MASK IS SYNONYMOUS WITH MOCKERY, WITH GAME. THE KUBORAUM MASKS ARE SYNONYMOUS WITH ACCENTUATION, PROTECTION AND SHELTER. KUBORAUM ARE LIKE CUBIC ROOMS WHERE WE SHELTER OURSELVES, WHERE WE ARE FREE TO LIVE IN OUR INTIMACY, WHERE WE LIVE ALL OUR IDENTITIES AND LOOK AT THE WORLD THROUGH TWO LENSES.

    THE BRAND WAS FOUNDED IN BERLIN IN THE ROOMS OF A FORMER POST OFFICE ON THE BORDER BETWEEN EAST AND WEST BERLIN. THE SPACE THAT WAS ORIGINALLY CONVERTED INTO A GALLERY, IMMEDIATELY BECAME THE INCUBATOR FOR THE CREATION OF NEW PROJECTS. AFTER VARIOUS METAMORPHOSES, TODAY THIS PLACE INCLUDES THE STUDIO, SHOWROOM AND THE KUBORAUM FLAGSHIP STORE. FROM DESIGN TO BRAND IDENTITY, FROM IMAGE TO COMMUNICATION, FROM PHOTO TO VIDEO PRODUCTIONS, FROM INSTALLATIONS TO INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECTS – ALL CONTENTS AND ALL THE MAGIC HERE IS DEVELOPED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF ARTIST, SCULPTOR, DESIGNER LIVIO GRAZIOTTIN AND ANTHROPOLOGIST, BRAND, COMMUNCIATION & MARKETING DIRECTOR SERGIO EUSEBI.

  • Leopold Bossert

    The relationship between fabric and construction is clearly emphasized in the work of Leopold Bossert. He spent several years focusing his execution and procedures of sewing before he launched his first collection. The long period of his investigation and study made him an expert in practical applications of sewing construction and discovery of new techniques. The tools used by Leopold Bossert are mostly discarded machines from the 1950 and 1960s, originally used in various fields of industrial production, from manufacturing receptacles, to closing potato bags and finishing carpet edges. The machines were specially altered in order to work with delicate fabrics, Leopold fabricated custom parts for his needs with the hand of a retired engineer. Recently his center of interest is on renovating machines from beginning of first world war era, which allow a stitch type only one of its kind in terms of rigidity and superiority.

  • LAERKE ANDERSEN

    Since graduating from Central Saint Martins with honours in 2010 Lærke Andersen has worked with some of the biggest names in fashion such as Henrik Vibskov and Louis Vuitton. Now she is launching her own eponymous brand.Heavily influenced by sportswear and workwear combined with current cultural movements- Lærke Andersen is a new fashion brand seeking to erase the boundaries between feminine and masculine, function and luxury. Lærke Andersen encapsulates urban sophistication through unconventional fabric treatments, allowing the simplicity of classic shapes and uncompromising functionality to shine. The combination of classically inspired silhouettes and meetings with materials retrieved from workwear and sportswear, give the clothes a sense of unpretentious luxury.

     

  • MARC LE BIHAN

    Creation of Man and Woman clothes Couture and Ready-to-wearThe diaper and shroud: The first and last garment.Platform to ancient techniques of tapestry in the Manufacture des Gobelins from 1982 to 1986,-Then Licier until 1990- Textile design section of the National School of Decorative Arts with the presentation of two collections in 1990,-Then Training at Central st martins College of Art and Design in London in 1993.- Special Prize of the International Arts Festival in Hyères fashion (1993) rewards its collection of spectacular dresses cut from mailbags, and old linen sheets.- The stock exchange ANDAM allows him to create his own label (1994).In 2004, he became Member guest of Haute Couture to the French Federation of Couture and Ready-to-wear.In 2007, he launched a second line of ready-to-wear in conjunction with FlashNmore: Korda di Marc Le Bihan."Lange and shroud" annually produces 5000 pieces.As artist-craftsman-designer, Marc Le Bihan passes the difficult challenge of developing a very personal universe, deep and dreamy, without complying with the constraints of commercial fashion





  • Lost and Found

    Since childhood, the creative process has dominate her world. Ria Dunn was born in Vancouver, Canada, and grew up amongst contrasts. The untamed nature of BC, farm land, suburbs and chaotic cities combined in her and fueled a creative energy, unbreakable. Seen as an “unusual” child, she sunk herself into music, drawing and skateboarding. She studied Fine Arts, Interiors and Photography but one look at an inspiring photograph pushed her towards fashion design. She studied Fashion Design in Vancouver and began working in Toronto and Montreal. After many years of experience in North America, Ria pushed to make the move to Europe, to further her experience and esthetic. Italy was always a point of admiration for her, and after meeting her partner, moved to Tuscany, Italy in 2007. Tired of the commercial reality of fashion and the pressures to following the system, she created with Alessandro Esteri the brand “Lost & Found Ria Dunn” to redefine the meaning of luxury, and to rethink the way one could work within the fashion world. It was fundamental to be able to create garments that transmitted more emotion and complexity, as well as to be sustainable and sane in the process. Ria travels 4 times a year to Paris but chooses to reside in the tuscan countryside. She and Alessandro live in an old stone house, surrounded by good cooking, creativity and simplified living. Her 2 children live freely amongst chickens, a dog and a horse, and are sustained by their large garden, and curiosity for life.

  • NostraSantissima

    Nostra Santissima Brand was created by two friends, Marco Puntar and Cristian Doria, quite well-known people in Europe: they lead the way in the alternative fashion market. Marco and Cristian are united by a virile character and strong personality, courage, creativity, freedom from stereotypes and clichés, as well as by shared enthusiasm for fashion and photographic art. Men and women, for whom freedom is the most important word, wear Nostra Santissima сlothes. Nostra Santissima set up trailblazing experiments on new geometric shapes and volumes, which is a great self-expression style: such images will not fade from memory and will not blend into a common gray surrounding.

  • Mannucci 1978

    The name, M_1978, is the combination of designer's family name and the year when the artisan Mario Mannucci started his career in jewelry sector.

    The father Mario passed on his passion and experience to his son Marco, who decided to continue the family tradition  making in the city of Perugia in Umbria, Italy.
     
    Thanks to his talent and experience, Marco is working now on the creative aspect of design, with passion for antiquities that takes him back to the origins, where he finds a pure and primordial vision of objects.

    The inspiration behind M_1978 collections is Matter.
    Experimenting with Matter means working through suggestions and attempts since it is only by getting one’s hands dirty that one can succeed in making every single creation unique, like a work of art.

    The project differs from the trends of conventional fashion and focuses on a uniqueness that prefers irregularity and imperfection, dusty colors, stains and cuts.

    M_1978 is in a continuous evolution and highlights the details typical of the Made in Italy tradition.

     

  • Parts of Four

    Parts of Four is Evan Sugerman, U.S. born designer from Los Angeles. Founded in 2011, Parts of Four produces jewelries, objects, furnitures, and installations. With a background in sculptural processes, Parts of Four can be imagined as an invocation system of rituals and memories: human, animal, biological, geological, stellar, and beyond. It is a meditation on form, material, and processes.

     

  • Phoebe English

    PHOEBE ENGLISH is a luxury Womenswear and Menswear label. Garments are created with attention to precision and beauty. Laboured construction forms the centre of the design ethos, which embraces an uncompromising attention to finishing and textiles. The design process begins with sampling and is focused on handwork and engineered surfaces. This attention to ‘surface’ is a key aspect of the design process and largely informs how a garment interacts with the movement of the body. Through the resurrection of lost, forgotten or little-used techniques,  PHOEBE ENGLISH hopes to raise a respect for construction rather than decoration and bring a new dimension to young London design.  PHOEBE ENGLISH is exclusively Made in England.

  • Nude

    Tokyo designer Masahiko Maruyama conceived his nude:mm line to embody high quality and functionality, with "nude" representing concepts of simplicity and ease rather than sexuality. Draped and elongated silhouettes, graphic black and white prints, and cozy yet structured knits, sweatpants, and padded coats create a wardrobe of relaxed hybrids of activewear and tailoring.et structured knits, sweatpants, and padded coats create a wardrobe of relaxed hybrids of activewear and tailoring.

  • Poeme Bohemiem

    Vintage and 'much loved' are the two styles that define the Poeme Bohemien clothing line from Nicolò Ceschi. The line has a quality but vintage aesthetic that incorporates heavily washed and treated fabrics that create the idea of pieces that have been worn again and again over the years. Cottons, linens and washed leathers all feature throughout the range and hardware is used to give the brand something of an edge. The clothing range offers a selection of simple basics, from white short-sleeved T-shirts through to elegantly tailored blazers. Shirts are rough around the edges and many of the T-shirt designs feature visible seams and asymmetric hemming. Lightweight fabrics are used repeatedly for an almost gauzy look, contrasted against the heavier coats and knits.

  • Parts of Four

    Parts of Four is Evan Sugerman, U.S. born designer from Los Angeles. Founded in 2011, Parts of Four produces jewelries, objects, furnitures, and installations. With a background in sculptural processes, Parts of Four can be imagined as an invocation system of rituals and memories: human, animal, biological, geological, stellar, and beyond. It is a meditation on form, material, and processes.

     

  • P.R.PATTERSON

    THE PRESENT ALWAYS OWES SOMETHING TO THE PAST. BEAUTY IS SILENT. OPULENCE HIDES IN DETAILS.

     

    INFLUENCED BY THE GHOSTLY BEAUTY OF SCOTLAND AND ITS RICH TEXTILE HERITAGE, DESIGNER PHILLIP PATTERSON KEEPS ON DEVELOPING HIS EXPERIMENTAL CLOTHING PROJECT P.R. PATTERSON, REFINING HIS QUALITY STANDARDS SEASON AFTER SEASON.FASCINATED WITH THE PAST AND ANTIQUE GARMENTS, P.R. PATTERSON DESIGNS STAND FOR AN IDEAL OF UNDERSTATED ELEGANCE, ACHIEVED THROUGH THE EXQUISITE COMBINATION OF NEO-ROMANTIC SUGGESTIONS AND FUCTIONALISM. IN THIS CONTEXT, SPECIAL WEAVING TECHNIQUES WERE USED TO CREATE STIFF WOOL BLENDS ENTIRELY WATERPROOF, TO PROTECT THE WEARER FROM WINTERS HEAVY RAINS AND HARSH WINDS. LONG SHIRTS WITH THE SIGNATURE DOUBLE BUTTONING WERE PAIRED WITH FINELY TAILORED BLAZERS THAT CROSS ANY BORDER OF GENDER AND TIME. THE COLORS OF SCOTLAND WERE TRANSLATED IN A DESATURATED COLOR PALETTE OF DUSTY BLACK, MUDDY BROWN AND MISTY GREY, WHILE BUCKLES, JEWELLERY, AND FINISHINGS SUCH AS BAGS CLOSURES AND SHOESTOES WERE MADE IN RUSTY GREENISH BRONZE, REMINISCENT OF THE WET, MOSSY STONES ONE CAN FIND IN ANTIQUE FORTS AND COUNTRYSIDE GRAVEYARDS. VEILED HATS AND WASHED SILK DRESSES WITH DARING OPEN BACKS ADDED TO THE COLLECTION A DRAMATIC TOUCH, CELEBRATING THE BEWITCHING BEAUTY OF WOMEN.

     

  • Poeme Bohemiem

    Vintage and 'much loved' are the two styles that define the Poeme Bohemien clothing line from Nicolò Ceschi. The line has a quality but vintage aesthetic that incorporates heavily washed and treated fabrics that create the idea of pieces that have been worn again and again over the years. Cottons, linens and washed leathers all feature throughout the range and hardware is used to give the brand something of an edge. The clothing range offers a selection of simple basics, from white short-sleeved T-shirts through to elegantly tailored blazers. Shirts are rough around the edges and many of the T-shirt designs feature visible seams and asymmetric hemming. Lightweight fabrics are used repeatedly for an almost gauzy look, contrasted against the heavier coats and knits.

     

  • P.R.PATTERSON

    THE PRESENT ALWAYS OWES SOMETHING TO THE PAST. BEAUTY IS SILENT. OPULENCE HIDES IN DETAILS.

     

    INFLUENCED BY THE GHOSTLY BEAUTY OF SCOTLAND AND ITS RICH TEXTILE HERITAGE, DESIGNER PHILLIP PATTERSON KEEPS ON DEVELOPING HIS EXPERIMENTAL CLOTHING PROJECT P.R. PATTERSON, REFINING HIS QUALITY STANDARDS SEASON AFTER SEASON.FASCINATED WITH THE PAST AND ANTIQUE GARMENTS, P.R. PATTERSON DESIGNS STAND FOR AN IDEAL OF UNDERSTATED ELEGANCE, ACHIEVED THROUGH THE EXQUISITE COMBINATION OF NEO-ROMANTIC SUGGESTIONS AND FUCTIONALISM. IN THIS CONTEXT, SPECIAL WEAVING TECHNIQUES WERE USED TO CREATE STIFF WOOL BLENDS ENTIRELY WATERPROOF, TO PROTECT THE WEARER FROM WINTERS HEAVY RAINS AND HARSH WINDS. LONG SHIRTS WITH THE SIGNATURE DOUBLE BUTTONING WERE PAIRED WITH FINELY TAILORED BLAZERS THAT CROSS ANY BORDER OF GENDER AND TIME. THE COLORS OF SCOTLAND WERE TRANSLATED IN A DESATURATED COLOR PALETTE OF DUSTY BLACK, MUDDY BROWN AND MISTY GREY, WHILE BUCKLES, JEWELLERY, AND FINISHINGS SUCH AS BAGSCLOSURES AND SHOESTOES WERE MADE IN RUSTY GREENISH BRONZE, REMINISCENT OF THE WET, MOSSY STONES ONE CAN FIND IN ANTIQUE FORTS AND COUNTRYSIDE GRAVEYARDS. VEILED HATS AND WASHED SILK DRESSES WITH DARING OPEN BACKS ADDED TO THE COLLECTION A DRAMATIC TOUCH, CELEBRATING THE BEWITCHING BEAUTY OF WOMEN.

     

  • Walter Van Beirendonck

    Belgium born Walter Van Beirendonck studied at the esteemed Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, where he developed his own aesthetic that fuses art and ethnic influences. Launching his first collection under his self-titled label in 1983, his big break came in 1987 where at the British Designer Show he presented as one part of the influential ‘Antwerp Six’. Beirendonck’s collections draw on influences from art, music and literature and reflect strong and unique cuts with a daring use of graphics and colour

  • Sark
    Sark Studio is the Surry Hills base for clothing designer Theresa Jackson, which combines a retail outlet and a design studio.

    Theresa Jackson trained as a sculptor at the prestigious Maidstone Art College and exhibited at the ICA in London before deciding that Australia and Clothing was where her future lay. 

    During the 1980’s she was one of the top designers in the country being selected in the Top Ten Designer lists by magazines as different as Mode and Cosmopolitan.

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  • Simons Tagliafem

    A GEMMOLOGIST WITH A PASSION FORARCHITECTURE. A LIFETIME DEVOTED TO THE CREATION OF ACCESSORIES, FROM JEWELRYTO BAGS. AN OBSESSION WITH THE FINESTMATERIALS, ALWAYS IN NEW EXPRESSIVE FORMS, IN COLLECTIONS OF EXCLUSIVE APPARELFOR MEN AND WOMEN. SIMONA TAGLIAFERRI LIKES TO SAYSHE IS A CANNIBAL WHO THRIVES ON RESEARCH AND INNOVATION, A TIRELESS EXPLORERIN SEARCH OF AESTHETIC PURITY. HER CREATIONS BEAR WITNESS TOTHE CROSSOVER NATURE OF DESIGN, THE ENCOUNTER BETWEEN CREATIVITY, SKILLFUL USEOF CONSTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE, AND THE HIDDEN POTENTIALITIES OF FABRICS, METALS,LEATHERS, MINERALS. THE ENTIRELY HANDMADE PRODUCTSARE PERSONALLY MONITORED BY THE DESIGNER DURING MANUFACTURE,A COMPLEX, UNIQUE PROCESS OF REMARKABLEITALIAN CRAFTSMANSHIP.EVERY GARMENT, EVERY ACCESSORYREPRESENTS A STORY THAT CAN NEVER BE REPEATED.

     

  • Simons Tagliafem

    A GEMMOLOGIST WITH A PASSION FORARCHITECTURE. A LIFETIME DEVOTED TO THE CREATION OF ACCESSORIES, FROM JEWELRYTO BAGS. AN OBSESSION WITH THE FINESTMATERIALS, ALWAYS IN NEW EXPRESSIVE FORMS, IN COLLECTIONS OF EXCLUSIVE APPARELFOR MEN AND WOMEN. SIMONA TAGLIAFERRI LIKES TO SAYSHE IS A CANNIBAL WHO THRIVES ON RESEARCH AND INNOVATION, A TIRELESS EXPLORERIN SEARCH OF AESTHETIC PURITY. HER CREATIONS BEAR WITNESS TOTHE CROSSOVER NATURE OF DESIGN, THE ENCOUNTER BETWEEN CREATIVITY, SKILLFUL USEOF CONSTRUCTIVE TECHNIQUE, AND THE HIDDEN POTENTIALITIES OF FABRICS, METALS,LEATHERS, MINERALS. THE ENTIRELY HANDMADE PRODUCTSARE PERSONALLY MONITORED BY THE DESIGNER DURING MANUFACTURE,A COMPLEX, UNIQUE PROCESS OF REMARKABLEITALIAN CRAFTSMANSHIP.EVERY GARMENT, EVERY ACCESSORYREPRESENTS A STORY THAT CAN NEVER BE REPEATED.

     

  • The Lsat Conspiracy

    The Last Conspiracy is Danish footwear and accessories brand who develops functional and essential footwear for men and women, with a proud artistic post-modern legacy. Offering a wide range of footwear, from heavy boots to sleek sandals and heels, each collection is built on the premises of experimental progress, allowing for new treatments and construction processes. Authentic shoemakers first and design studio second, they are ambiguous explorers of modern waders.  The Last Conspiracy set out to provide quality artisan footwear, items withstanding any test of time, imbued by the sense of history. Each pair is handmade in Portugal with profound attention to details, thus imprinted with a personal connection between shoemaker and wearer. This selective process is conducted with patience, wilfulness and mindful purpose. Against a contrasting backdrop shaped by a continuous dialogue between Portuguese craftsmanship and Nordic minimalism. The brand has established itself on the global market and is being stocked by high-end shops and online retailers around the world.Realism is subject to structure, provided by our surroundings and individualistic interaction. Pensive, yet defiant we tread onto urbane settings, calmly immersed in inner reflection. Evermore, humans remain solitary wanderers, comfortably equipped with sartorial anticipation.

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  • The Lsat Conspiracy

    The Last Conspiracy is Danish footwear and accessories brand who develops functional and essential footwear for men and women, with a proud artistic post-modern legacy. Offering a wide range of footwear, from heavy boots to sleek sandals and heels, each collection is built on the premises of experimental progress, allowing for new treatments and construction processes. Authentic shoemakers first and design studio second, they are ambiguous explorers of modern waders.  The Last Conspiracy set out to provide quality artisan footwear, items withstanding any test of time, imbued by the sense of history. Each pair is handmade in Portugal with profound attention to details, thus imprinted with a personal connection between shoemaker and wearer. This selective process is conducted with patience, wilfulness and mindful purpose. Against a contrasting backdrop shaped by a continuous dialogue between Portuguese craftsmanship and Nordic minimalism. The brand has established itself on the global market and is being stocked by high-end shops and online retailers around the world.Realism is subject to structure, provided by our surroundings and individualistic interaction. Pensive, yet defiant we tread onto urbane settings, calmly immersed in inner reflection. Evermore, humans remain solitary wanderers, comfortably equipped with sartorial anticipation.

  • UGO CACCIATORI

    Made in sterling silver and gold, the collection has its typical color scheme of hand-cut gems, precious and semiprecious. Citrine and smoky quartz combine with brown diamonds while onyx and green amethyst matches the black ones; emeralds, rubies and sapphires completing the range. Mabè pearls are often used in the most adorned pieces, tumbled leather in the more minimal ones. The original hide, a brand trademark, comes from a slow and laborious finishing in spinning wooden barrels. The superficial sheen is the result of a heat and pressing technique of the full grain with no use of aniline or any chemical polish. All silver shadings are natural reactions according to ancient formulas avoiding any galvanic process. The therefore tinted surfaces are durable and non-toxic. The nature of materials and the handcrafted labor ensure that each object is unique and irreproducible, although part of a serial-based production, any possible differences in appearance and texture guarantees singular and original features.

  • UGO CACCIATORI

    Made in sterling silver and gold, the collection has its typical color scheme of hand-cut gems, precious and semiprecious. Citrine and smoky quartz combine with brown diamonds while onyx and green amethyst matches the black ones; emeralds, rubies and sapphires completing the range. Mabè pearls are often used in the most adorned pieces, tumbled leather in the more minimal ones. The original hide, a brand trademark, comes from a slow and laborious finishing in spinning wooden barrels. The superficial sheen is the result of a heat and pressing technique of the full grain with no use of aniline or any chemical polish. All silver shadings are natural reactions according to ancient formulas avoiding any galvanic process. The therefore tinted surfaces are durable and non-toxic. The nature of materials and the handcrafted labor ensure that each object is unique and irreproducible, although part of a serial-based production, any possible differences in appearance and texture guarantees singular and original features.

  • Umit Unal

    Umit Unal was established in Istanbul in 1992, dedicated to personal collection design, project and fashion consultancy. International exhibitions and sale offerings of the brand's collections started in 1998 in Istanbul and Dusseldorf. Thenceforth, the masterwork has regularly been offered to fashion buyers from the centers in Dusseldorf, Paris, and New York City. Umit Unal designs that view creating real silhouettes taken from life as the prime tenet shape-wise, with the most special techniques belonging to the past, remind and interpret anew male and female life postures towards their own preferences. The fashion sense has a protest stance far from flashy shapes. It frees itself with a shape closer to thoughtful narratives of contemporary art, music, and design.

  • Walter Van Beirendonck

    Belgium born Walter Van Beirendonck studied at the esteemed Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, where he developed his own aesthetic that fuses art and ethnic influences. Launching his first collection under his self-titled label in 1983, his big break came in 1987 where at the British Designer Show he presented as one part of the influential ‘Antwerp Six’. Beirendonck’s collections draw on influences from art, music and literature and reflect strong and unique cuts with a daring use of graphics and colour

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