Launched in 2012 by Central Saint Martins trained Levi Palmer and Matthew Harding, palmer//harding is a designer brand specialising in the shirt. Through innovative pattern cutting and draping techniques, the duo create modern, exquisitely crafted shirts that bridge the line between wardrobe essential and modern statement.
palmer//harding currently show 3 collections annually, 2 collections in the main calendar as well as a pre-collection in the June calendar. Through their progressive design and ever evolving collections, palmer//harding have become synonymous with the shirt, often being referred to as “the shirt boys” by press and buyers.
The collection focuses on advanced contemporary priced shirts and shirt-dresses while complementing the seasonal offering with supporting categories (trousers, skirts, outerwear, knitwear etc).
The runway collection shown at LFW also allows the brand to experiment with directional construction and fabric manipulation of their signature button-downs, further cementing the brands position as leaders in designer shirting.
La Dovitch is a true story of family and friendship - two girls and one major passion project. Corine Moreau, a renowned French stylist, and industry veteran Natacha Comestaz were brought together by their mutual best-friend Isabel Marant. La Dovitch was the surname belonging to Corine's father whom she never met. He was a Tzigane; a Hungarian-Peruvian gypsy. His spirit and untold stories of travel are the inspiration for each unique collection.
This season, La Dovitch invites you to a montionless voyage. An exploration of your need of feminity. An answer to your hopes of adventure in the country of fashion. A reassuring world populated by soft and guenuine materials. Some noble pieces with their unique character, bore with care and passion.
Louis Verdad is a well established and renowned American fashion designer whose innovative construction has caught the attention of fashion influencers around the world, earning him accolades and respect within the industry. Born in Chicago to Mexican parents, Verdad moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in fashion and since then his clothes have been sold in Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Ave., Nordstrom and several elite boutiques globally.
A fashion rebel, Louis Verdad concentrates on creating a special aesthetic for his collection that encapsulates both feminine and male assets. His newest line, Verdad, is an ensemble of structured silhouettes with geometric inspirations rendered in luxurious and riveting fabrics. It is his attention to detail and tailoring abilities that has allowed him to construct eye catching pieces favored by A-list celebrities and fashion icons all around the world such as Cate Blanchett, Milla Jovovich, Eva Longoria, Madonna, and Jennifer Lopez.
His collections have opened and closed Fashion Week in New York, Los Angeles, and Mexico since 2002 and have been named a "must watch" by style.com and The New York Times. Since then, Louis's collections have been featured in Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, InStyle, Elle, WWD, and Cosmopolitan. The brand's accolades have been reinforced by Anna Wintour, who often consults with Louis.
The origin of Judith & Charles is a classic tale of girl meets boy, and another of life’s enduring themes; sometimes great things happen when you least expect them.
A chance meeting on a pristine Caribbean island - he a charming Frenchman with undeniable ”joie de vivre” and entrepreneurial spirit, and she a talented young Canadian woman with an instinctive eye for beauty in fashion that consists of both artistry and function, set the story of Judith & Charles in motion.
In 1984, with Montreal as the backdrop, Judith Richardson and Charles Le Pierrès embarked on a mission together to bring the well respected France-based Teen o, to Canada. Charles’ enthusiasm for growth and expansion, and Judith’s design experience allowed them to grow and integrate appropriate and exciting new Canadian elements into the impeccably crafted French collection. They soon built a steady following of loyal customers — women who wanted smart modern clothing to look and feel good in.
After nearly two decades, the narrative moved towards a new and inevitable chapter, the launch of their own line, Judith & Charles. In 2018, years after that chance meeting on a beach, their experiences, their strengths, and their ambitions take the stage as Judith & Charles.
Ronny Kobo – is celebrated for her exotic prints, flattering shapes and fashion-forward novelty knitwear. Born in Tel Aviv, Ronny’s international upbringing exposed her to universal fashion influences at a young age. Her innate interest in fine art, travel and culture flourished organically in alpha cities like New York, London, Paris and Hong Kong. In sixth grade, Ronny designed her own dress for her cotillion. The project uncovered her talents for choosing fabrics, sketching silhouettes and working with a seamstress. In later years, professional experience at the prestigious Christie’s Auction House and cultural anthropology master’s degree at New York University primed Ronny for her impending career endeavors. Fashion design became the apparent course for her to carry out her creative abilities and entrepreneurial aspirations.
In graduate school, Ronny started an accessories line and ultimately launched Torn by Ronny Kobo, her contemporary women’s fashion line, in 2009. Her startup venture, now sold in over 200 stores, has since blossomed into a lifestyle brand and has expanded to include the Ronny Kobo collection. Together, her lines have attracted an influential following and have become sought-after labels for cosmopolitan women – much like Ronny – across the globe.
Ronny’s bohemian spirit shines through the unpretentious glamour of her clothes. The soulful designer – who speaks English, Hebrew and Spanish – celebrates individuality and passion with romantic and sexy statement pieces. Currently based in New York City, Ronny continues to explore new destinations as an avid traveler and to indulge her endless pursuit of inspiration.
Happy Sheep is a concept brand conceived to link two worlds that never before had met: Cashmere and a rebellious mind.
Since it was born the brand always had its own distinctive features, both stylistically and commercially.
At present we are distributing sweaters made with the finest cashmere yarn, the thinnest cotton and the most luxurious
cashmere blends, handcrafted with a creative direction based upon colors and evocative patterns, mixed together into a modernist aesthetic.
We aim to give to each of our sweaters, be it a Cardigan, V/Crew neck, Over, a lay back, an easygoing quality that
becomes an identity manifest.
Each product is handcrafted with a creative direction based upon colors and evocative patterns, mixed together into a modernist aesthetic.
The result of this work is a collection that appears varied like a box of chocolates.
Our is the style of the ones who don’t take themselves too seriously and we are seriously committed to demonstrate
Be part of our flock. It might be the best way to stand out from the crowd!
For spring 2018, Ronny Kobo teamed with designers and cofounders Kaitlin Kading and Matt Demgen to launch a fourth collection: Divine Héritage. Kobo, whose other brands include: Petersyn, Obok and Ronny Kobo Collections focused on “very strong utilitarian influences, coupled with vintage-inspired pieces and embellishments,” she explained.
The collection includes novelty kimonos worn with slipdresses, paper bag cargo pants, romantic silk blouses, lace trenches, slinky pants and overalls.
The IOANNA SOLEA brand is founded in Milan by Cypriot/Austrian designer in February 2013. The brand strives to combine the spirit of the luxurious with the poetic side of handcrafted techniques, often playing with the tension between raw and defined, providing a contemporary take on femininity with a touch of irony. A skillful combination of refinement and sensuality, with exceptional material and highly perfected detail for unique and stand out pieces that are entirely made in Italy.
The brand features handbags and necklaces that are inspired by nature - simple in form and structure and timeless in their elegance with a highly individual approach. Shapes are classic, almost muted with a strong blend of complementary surfaces with sudden pops of color that “break the silence”. A brass beetle bug as a leitmotif, literally takes us back to nature in a glamorous way. A nonchalant attitude for accessories that could easily be dressed up or dressed down accordingly, creating an effortless allure.
In 2016, the brand has been selected as one of the finalists of “who is on next? 2016” a fashion scouting project by Alraroma in collaboration with Vogue Italia.
The Stella Forest girl is a true free spirit. More than a brand, it's a story, an experiment, a jump into the unknown, a step forward into the future enriched by experiences of the past.
Christel Boniface's journey through a myriad of cultures is the soul of Stella Forest. In her Parisian workspace, Christel and her team garner ideas from her travels to create exclusive and unique prints.
With a fashion-designer background, Stefanie Mardokh has developed a passion for creativity with a recurring theme: she thrives on each of her stylistic ventures by sharing her thoughts, ideas and views on fashion.
For her, the t-shirt is the corner stone of every woman’s wardrobe. A t-shirt needs to live, breathe, be inspirational and appreciated for its true value. She loves to collect them and transform them.
When George Michael died, she fell for a “one more try” t-shirt, which she associates with the memorable scene where he throws himself into the crowd of fans at a concert.
Her passion for vintage clothing remains her core inspiration, so with a little 80’s nostalgia and the winds of creative freedom that blew through the decade, a thought came to her: give a second life to the t-shirt by adding her personal touch.
So, in june 2017 for her first collection, she decided to create a “hand-made” product combining an iconic t-shirt with hand crafted know-how.
The idea is simple: A “cool” but “precious” t-shirt…
Zoe Karssen is an Amsterdam-based fashion house, bringing easy-to-wear tops and bottoms with outspoken graphics, mixing rock & roll aesthetics with pop culture references, this signature style has quickly gained the likes of a loyal following from Beyoncé to Kate Moss, to name but a few. Since its launch in 2010 by design duo Zoe and Quince Karssen, the label has gradually evolved into a full ready to wear collection consisting of a wide range of tee shirts, sweatshirts, knits, bottoms, jackets and a high-end denim line. Besides their popular graphics and slogans, Zoe Karssen now also offers a line of basics, catering to the markets need for luxury basics with the perfect fit, made from high-quality materials.
Founded in 2014, Brockenbow is a bold denim brand that merges authentic materials and technical requirements. It is also an alliance of two personalities, Laetitia Bosc, co-founder of Faith Connexion and Thierry Lelann, designer at Balenciaga and Rick Owens, whose paths finally crossed one day after being juxtaposed for a long time.
Sharing a passion for jeans, these denim purists learned their trade during years at luxury houses in Californian leaders of industry before giving this iconic garment its "je ne sais quoi" from Paris. Working with exclusive treatment processes, Laetitia and Thierry imbue the raw fabric with the refinement of couture to develop a strong identity specific to the brand.
Collections are sculpted by hand like blocks of raw stone. Coatings, fading, and torn and brushed effects are all processes unique and specific to our brand. The androgyny of the cuts contrasts with the sophisticated finishes. The Brockenbow muse takes the form of a singular woman of unvarnished elegance.
BLONDE No.8 - founded in 2011 - a small collection which concentrates on Blazers & Jackets - short and simple!
What characterizes BLONDE No. 8?
An uncompromising quality, a perfect fit, the use of high quality materials, ongoing washings an up-to-date look - and of course, the competitive price. Let´s get started!