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  • A

    The Italian ready-to-wear brand combines the country's effortless aesthetic with architectural cuts. Every beginning is white and pure like an egg. Album di Famiglia's story began with a t-shirt. Simply a white, pure t-shirt for a child. Album di Famiglia is the maker of the minimalistic clothes you want to live in and is guided by a single word: simplicity. The clothing is produced in small workshops in the designer‘s native Northern Italy.

    Handcrafted Greek sandals, inspired by the Ancient Gods and nymphs

    The brand is all about wearable expressions filled with freedom and individuality. Travelling and working in Japan and with a background of working experience at Comme des Garcons and Dries van Noten, Anja Schwerbrock started her own brand in 2005. Mother of two sons, Anja Schwerbrock showed her first baby and kids collection in 2012. Treehouse by Anja Schwerbrock shows the relationship between her Women’s and Kids collections, which share the same creative inspiration, cuts and materials. Being creative as a fashion designer, Anja Schwerbrock is on the constant search of wearable expressions filled with freedom and individuality. Inspired by the world of ballet, circus and art adapted in her own unusual, non conform way. Anja Schwerbrock’s fashion is transferring fantasy into a self-confident reality, expressing a charming magic, set in contrast to metropolitan life. Her style always emanates rough and defined underlined by her exclusive use of natural high quality materials. Anja Schwerbrock’s spontaneous, communicative and passionate nature flows into her style, rounding the lightness, pleasant wearing comfort and relaxed expression of her designs.

    Unique and feminine design 100% handcrafted with great love in Italy and inspired by a long ballet tradition

    Effortless forms and rich textures define this brand. A Punto B is distinctive and full of life, care into every detail. The goal is not tot dress, but to live. With the conviction that clothing is a way of life, a true representation of oneself, the collection embraces an efortless simplicity, with a strong focus on form and fabric, displaying care and precision in every single stitch. Founded by Barbara Garofalo 1996 ApuntoB or A.B works only with natural materials as gauze, voile, linen, cotton, washed wools, cashmere, heavy cotton and felt and creates timeless shapes in which to apply these pure fabrics.


    The brand’s heritage is deeply rooted in the founders’ values: one brother and one sister, Pietro and Federica and their mother Marta. The urge of making something capable to be timeless, essential and valuable brought them to create Asciari, as a direct reflection of their life style. Asciari — from an archaic Sicilian word, “to search, to gather, to create a meeting”, is a workshop of ideas and projects where heritage, life style, craftsmanship and design are tightly interlaced. Precise aesthetics and cultural codes along with certain timeless values as education, respect and an understated conduct are the core principles.


  • B

    Bergfabel was founded in Italy in 2011 by designer Claus Planck. The brand name is a combination of the German word “Berg” which means hill or mountain, and “Fable” which means story. With a background of life surrounded by the wilderness of the Tyrol region near the border between Italy and Austria, where the designer was born and raised, the company uses carefully selected materials and textiles to create products incorporating the wardrobe culture and traditions of the local people. The characteristic of this brand is that it has been built in a modern style while taking advantage of the unique texture of handmade products, allowing the wearer to feel the warmth and quality of the craftsmen.


    Focuses on a silhouette that complements supple lines and comfort. Clothes are tools of living. They should be comfortable, relaxing and useful in your daily life. Black Crane‘s design concept is to create clothes as a sense of the closet extension which reflect your lifestyle. Focusing on a silhouette that complements supple lines and comfort as a simple cloth for the body which can be transformed into your clothes with your personality suddenly emerges once you put them on. Black Crane is committed to making everything in Los Angeles because it is vital to support the own community.

  • C

    Casey Casey is a French house founded by Gareth Casey. His goal is transforming the everyday into an object that nourishes the soul and awakens the senses. Making something precious because it resonates. Striving for beauty in the everyday. Clothes that accompany you on your daily adventures and life journey. Clothes in which to work, play, dream, dance and wander.


    Creates its look by pursuing the best fabrics of the highest quality. Chimala designer Noriko Machada takes no shortcuts when it comes to crafting the brand’s vintage-inspired, workwear-influenced denim. Though she designs out of New York City, all Chimala pieces are produced in Japan, beginning with the weaving of selvedge denim on pre-war shuttle looms, and ending with distressing done by hand. Drawing on workwear silhouettes, the collection has elevated jeans, utility-inspired shirting and outerwear at its core.

  • D
    Luxurious merino wool, Egyptian cotton and fil d'ecosse cotton for both business and casual wear. Since 1819, Dore Dore shares the values ​​of craftsmanship, tradition and authenticity. It is passion and emotion that guide the brand every day in order to offer you refined, innovative and contemporary products. Doré Doré products are the result of a skilful blend of technicality, good taste and innovation, creating a daring style that is very successful. The choice of raw material is essential. The main quality criterion is the length of the fiber. The longest fibers are also the finest: this finesse guarantees good characteristics of the material. The elements that determine the composition of a sock are adapted to the function and the end use of the product.

  • E
    ÉCOLE DE CURIOSITÉS creates sustainably conscious design with refined craftsmanship that revitalizes classic individuality. The utility of the creations rewards the senses: an enjoyment of beauty and satisfaction that lasts a lifetime. Clothing that you will keep for a very long time. Create particularly curated clothing, favored by those who keep their curiosities alive. ÉCOLE DE CURIOSITÉS was born in Paris, in the fall of 2016. The brand image resonates the late 19th century to early 20th century era in Europe. Whether it is a flamboyant dress or simple labor clothes, the era had the rules and protocols for proper dressing. ÉCOLE DE CURIOSITÉS designs meaningful garments by transforming the universality of proper dressing into a more modern look. “This statement piece,” conceived through conscientious effort will soon become the most cherished piece in your wardrobe collection. For each collection, there is a story. The collection is inspired by stories with themes based from art. The subject in the story becomes the focus of the collection. “Mode meets literature and art,” inspires a ubiquitous creation.

  • F
  • FEIT
    Behind every FEIT product is a single pair of hands; each box of shoes bears the stamp of their maker. A certificate of authenticity, signed and dated by a master craftsman, guarantees a level of quality that comes only from individual attention.

  • G
    Being barefoot is the 1st option, Gallucci shoes is the 2nd. The use of high quality materials guarantees heathy and comfortable shoes that, combined to style, ensure an entirely Made in Italy production. Attention to details and comfort combined with a unique and sophisticated style have contributed to develop the brand in the most important international markets.

  • K
    The Japanese brand is based on a simple belief: cooperation and passion gathered through a team of creative who love what they do and put that love into the collections they design. Founded in 2004 designer Kogasaka creates in regards to the backbone of his company and gratitude towards the many various craftsmen who work together. Kaval has mastered the use of ancestral Japanese indigo to dye and create pieces with a true artisanal artistry. They sew each piece entirely by hand from start to finish using antique sewing machines that give the garments an aesthetic new machines cannot. Only hand-painted, traditional, locally made Mashiko ceramic buttons are used. Kaval also makes items out of 200 year old kimonos that are skillfully deconstructed and remade into pieces meant to be cherished for a lifetime.

  • L

    LEGRES is the vision of a London-based creative collective and traditional Italian shoe artisans, launched in 2019. A selective view on footwear classics, given through the need to preserve time-honored shoemaking practices and the passion for reinterpreting the archived styles into contemporary objects. Made in Italy.

    Little Creative Factory grew out of a desire to create beautiful, innovative and timeless, pieces built on sustainable principles and under the motto of less is more. Our collections, that pay homage to a traditional craft, are infused with romance and designed to play with our emotions. Little Creative Factory experiments with textures, volumes and layers to create an experience that goes beyond the notion of simply gettng dresses. All of the company's production processes respect the environment and adhere to the principles of "slow fashion".

  • M
    Based on the concept of genuity and comfort. It offers products that are for niche markets and of high quality. SOIL means “earth” or “land,” and Maison de Soil conjures up the image of a studio or workshop standing on the land. It offers products that are for niche markets and of high quality. Designs are inspired by vintage costumes without being too eccentric or showy. They are all extremely realistic and bring out the best qualities of the material itself. Most of the products use traditional fabrics and materials from different parts of the world and are hand-stitched and hand-embroidered patiently by skilled artisans. The finished products, therefore, exude the warmth unique to things made by hand.

    Created by Makié Yahagi, Makié is quietly elegant and devoted to structured, tailored details, Makié represents the genuine Japanese aesthetic and simplicity, using the most special fabrics and craftmanship. 

    Manuelle Guibal designs direct, simple, basic shapes. Her clothes are comfortable and ultra-contemporary. For Manuelle Guibal, clothing is a lifestyle that she wants to share with other women. Since she believes clothes are a reflection of ourselves and play the role of both clothing and shelter, Manuelle Guibal’s creations are simple, enveloping, protective and calm. They may accompany gestures, define graceful movements or help reveal their wearer’s personality. Her pared down, contemporary clothes play with fashion’s evolutions while focusing on longevity, balance and freedom. Freedom to put pieces together at whim, freedom to move and freedom – simply – to be oneself. A value key to the success of this made-in-France brand.

  • P
  • PÉRO
    Péro means ‘to wear’ in Marwari, the local language of Rajasthan. Péro interprets international aesthetic using local material and skills, taking inspiration from what surrounds us, to make a product that connects with people, wherever in the world it is placed. The Indian-ness of péro rests in the textile process, where materials pass through the hands of one craftsperson to the other, carrying forward the Indian tradition of hand-crafting and creating pieces that are at once unique. The resulting garment evokes some sense of culture from where it originates. This culture communicates internationally in a way that the wearer looks equally at ease in the streets of Paris or London, as she does in India. The look is not about an age group or season, it is about a mindset, a willingness to incorporate the effortless style of the locals. The label is launched by Aneeth Arora, a textile graduate from National Institute of Design, Ahmedabad and a fashion graduate from National Institute of Fashion Technology. She calls herself a ‘textile and dress maker’ and what fascinates and inspires her most is the clothing and dressing styles of the local people, which makes them so effortlessly stylish and trendy, therefore making them real trend-setters of our time.

    Inspired to distinctive style and craftsmanship since the early stages, Pèpè's hand-made shoe collections are designed to be fresh, unique and genuine. Premium quality leather guarantees the shoes deliver colour depth, ultimate comfort and breathability. In keeping with long-standing refinement and good taste,Pèpè brings the Italian craftsmanship into the future.

  • PRIVATE0204
    Private0204 offers a twist on basics and slow cashmere and silk in a muted palette.Limited pieces made of washed cashmere, silks, handmade scarves and apparel woven in Italy on rare, vintage looms from the 50's, then individually designed and vitalized by Private0204 in Copenhagen. 

  • T
    The Italian Shoe Brand THOMAS NEUMAN was founded in February 2018, from the Founder and CEO Thomas Flaim. The mission is to offer a distinctive design, and at the same time modern and comfortable shoes for every occasion. The Head Quarter is located in Milano and all the shoes are manufactured from leaders in the High-end production, located in Riviera del Brenta next to Venice.


    The sisters Faye and Erica approach their work obliquely, collaborating with architects, product designers and painters to create clothes that are both practical and sculptural. A celebration of craftsmanship has been at the core of the brand from the outset. Each piece takes its name, inspiration and cut from a traditional trade: the ‘Metalworker’ jacket, the ‘Stonemason’ trouser, and so on. Toogood’s clothing is instilled with the unmistakable spirit of both sisters: Faye’s preoccupation with materiality and Erica’s audacious shape-making. One a tinker, the other a tailor.

    Toujours is creating clothing for living using carefully selected natural materials. Each piece draws out the expression of the wearer, paying careful attention to the comfortable feeling that is invisible but quite important. Based on artisanal craftmanship which can never get old-fashioned, the line-up is shaped by the character of the person who wears it giving it the statement of contemporary understanding of fashion.

  • V
    Using only the highest quality linen, Vlas Blomme makes clothes that will be loved for a long time. The brand creates textural clothes with a worn-in, relaxed silhouette. Founded by designer Yoriko Sakurama, each collection is inspired by a passion for antiques and for gardening and showcases the changing face of nature amidst classic design. Vlas Blomme uses linen with different textural qualities, blended with materials such as cashmere, silk, alpaca, or cotton, making the collection wearable in a variety of seasons.

  • Z
    Unusual and innovative in materials and design, ZILLA bags are a fashion statement embracing minimalism