• 360 SWEATER

    360SWEATER is the story of the Gifford family. All were born into fashion and share a passion for the industry that surrounds it. The family team launched the contemporary knitwear brand in 2009 after selling their successful SWEATER.COM business in 2006. Their New York upbringing and West Coast lifestyle inspires their love and passion for creating casual yet dramatic luxury knitwear. They also bring generations of knowledge about global sourcing and fashion marketing to create an exciting brand that is unique in the marketplace.


    I started with the desire to tell a story and now, after years of discovering fabrics and processes, I am passionate about it every day”. Alessandro Aste is a clothing brand specializing in the production of knitwear in pure cashmere, wool, linen and fine cottons. For the production of his cashmere Alessandro Aste has selected in Nepal small family-run manufacturing companies.

  • AlYKI

    Tradition, passion and family heritage are all essential to ALYKI Cashmere, the new brand of knitwear in cashmere and natural fibres, designed and created by Luisa De Palma. After having worked in design and production for leading fashion houses, Luisa decided to embark on a project of her own by creating ALYKI. The acronym refers to an amulet and contains the idea of preciousness and love.





    APUNTOB hails from Rome, and is designed by Barbara Garofalo who creates with the philosophy “the goal is not to dress, but to live”. Every piece embraces an effortless simplicity, with a focus on form and fabric, and care and precision is placed in all phases from design to construction.


  • ARCH4


    Tradition, rigor and constant stylistic research: these are the principles that embody the timeless style of Aspesi, a brand that has written its history through minimal and sophisticated collections. The company, founded in Legnano by Alberto Aspesi in 1969 (at the time it was called D-Camiceria by Alberto Aspesi) and always specialized in the production of shirts, over the years has grown to establish itself as one of the most important brands in the world of informal clothing, known and appreciated for the use of exclusive and avant-garde fabrics, as shown by the advertising campaigns taken already in the 1980s by Peter Lindbergh and with supermodels as Linda Evangelista and Christy Turlington.


    Pieces are arranged to create infinite versatile shapes in this bag brand with an innovative concept and production method. With a triangular structure, the pieces change flat surfaces into three-dimensional ones, creating a new form. This brand brings serendipitous beauty, fun and surprises to the user, along with a practicality that makes these bags suitable for all kinds of settings in your daily life. The line was launched under PLEATS PLEASE ISSEY MIYAKE in 2000 before becoming its own brand from the AUTUMN WINTER 2010 collection. The brand carries out ongoing research to explore new possibilities from a unique engineering-based approach.

  • BASE

    Purity as a core value and a creative concept, that brings the Collection into a de ned identity. The purity of lines, in the material and volumes designs a minimal look, chic and contemporary. A luxury sportswear that encloses in his soul an urban spirit that blends with tradition. The guarantee of a 100% made in Italy, observed in all processes from the creative to the production, reveals the excellence of the nished garment.





  • EKA


    From its founding 1976 salon in Paris, Equipment fuses unparalleled French sophistication with an air of effortlessly chic style. Staying true to its heritage, the new Equipment collection recalls the classic, nonchalantly European undertones of the illustrious brand. Timeless and innovative, the collection exudes discreet sexiness in the form of luxe fabrics and unexpected details found in modern, androgynous silhouettes.


    At the core of the f cashmere brand is a passion for cashmere and fine knitwear, a passion founded in creative intelligence and skill. Embraced by three generations of the Fissore family it continues to breathe life into the unique designs that are forever family, forever cashmere.


    Growth, by programmatic decision, has been slow and organic. Slowness is a quality that forte_forte cultivates with pride. It is the choice to operate on a personal level, far from fashion and closer to style, creating pieces with no expiry date, meant as words of a constantly evolving discourse. Slow is the choice of a business model in which profit comes from quality, from products of real and palpable value and production is carefully controlled. Slow is the choice to open up one step at a time, only and always at the right moment.



    Lines designed for a contemporary woman, colours inspired by nature, amazing materials. Each season is the proof of a dynamic creativity; the taste and the younger style can be found in garments where the leather and the shearling become a light and soft fabric; the plant origin leathers meet the current attentions to ecology.



    The jersey-focused collection, minimal and understated, features unlined and raw-edged outerwear in an effortless take on traditional cuts and shapes. The aim is to create a style that lasts for many years thanks to the fabric longevity, trans-seasonal features and timeless design. Our sustainability process starts by carefully choosing first- hand, high quality fabrics that meet our expectations of sustainable characteristics such as traceability, natural fabrics being AZO and Reach compliant, as well as the capability of being recycled. To further reduce our environmental footprint, we use a digital cutting system allowing maximum efficiency in fabric consumption and reducing the fabric waste. Harris Wharf London only produces to order, meaning there is little leftover stock. Any eventual waste is then sent to a specialized consortium to be recycled into new yarn. Knowing that the fabric leftovers are taken care of in the best possible way through continued life cycle in other sustainable forms is very important to us.



    Ibrigu is founded in 2014 to unites an entire family towards an ambitious goal: to give prestige to Made in Italy and to the excellence of its territory. Franco Briguglio’s experience in textile consultancy, combined with the young and modern vision of his son Luca, and the collaboration of his wife Daria Stuefer and daughter Michela, have given life to an independent project with a noble vision: reuse of vintage and enhancement of craftsmanship.

  • Inès & Maréchal

    Founded 2000 in Paris, the maison Inès & Maréchal is a luxury brand of the collaboration between Inès, a passionate journalist of fashion and design, and Alain Maréchal, a specialist in the purchase of raw materials who worked for the biggest names in the fashion industry. Recognized by the flexibility of its materials and the disconcerting ease that emerges from its silhouettes, Inès & Maréchal reinterprets the classics of luxury in its own way, which combines arty notes and sobriety.



    Kiltie is a women's clothing brand of jackets, trousers and suits with a strong, decisive and self-confident character, inspired by masculine lines but with a charming soul. The Kiltie woman affirms herself on contemporary trends, without giving up her femininity, elegance and sensuality. A classic but contemporary style that does not neglect the passion for glamor, which is indeed the confirmation of an independent and determined personality.


    Labo.Art is synonymous with sober and minimal elegance. The company’s hallmark is an attentive study of volumes and their role in space expressed through the architectural design of the single piece of clothing. The key words are: constant research. This process regards colours in all their hues, focusing on the reinterpretation of cotton, wool and linen in essential and modern shapes. The collection’s main concept draws from the combination of top-quality materials with clean design, and is inspired by the focal, historical moments of fashion, theatre and cinema. The perfect balance of taste and class creates a unique and easily recognizable style.


    Martin Margiela’s first taste of working in the fashion industry was in 1984 when he started working at Jean Paul Gaultier as a design assistant. Four years later and the Maison Margiela label launched into the luxury fashion market. Not fulfilled with the pressures of one label, Martin simultaneously becomes womenswear director at Hermes later in 1997. Passionate about the world of fashion as well as challenging social and fashion norms, the Maison Margiela label was first noticed for it’s unorthodox design techniques. Reflecting more of a raw, unfinished and grunge vibe in his collections they stood out amongst a crowded market



    “I often wonder: what’s the most respectful way to approach women, to design a womenswear collection? The more I think about it, the more I am convinced that a dress - or a coat, a jacket, a shirt – doesn’t have to overwhelm them, instead, they must walk them through their day. Dressing a woman – putting her in an outfit - can come across as an act of imposition by a designer: I prefer for my clothes to become part of people’s lives, to go places with them, becoming one with their wardrobe and their lives ”




    "Every small detail makes a big difference. And every single difference makes a unique perfection. We are all unique. So are our pieces. Slight variations occur from one product to the next. Giving them a unique expression. Thanks to the authentic weavers in Nepal, every piece is a tribute to their tradition."


    Famous for its irreverent disposition, model cult following, and super-soft fabrics, the boutique made-in-L.A. brand is unique for its genius in keeping an indie spirit while still offering fits and washes that appeal to a wide range of people. Guided by spontaneity, MOTHER has grown into a lifestyle brand with 4 yearly collections expanding across denim, sportswear, outerwear and accessories. The brand evokes the memories and experiences of growing up in California in the 70s – what you were wearing, what you were doing and who you were getting in trouble with. It reflects the freedom to be unfiltered, brazen and above all amusing.




    N_8 collections are entirely designed and tailored in Italy, thus embodying the rich cultural background of the Italian textile and manufacturing tradition




    A collection of clothes that are a product in themselves, made with a unique “garment pleating” technique where the materials are developed from a single thread and pleats are added after sewing the clothes into shape. First launched in the ISSEY MIYAKE line in 1988, this pleats line grew until it finally became a brand of its own with the launch of the SPRING SUMMER 1994 collection. These clothes combine functionality - they’re light and wrinkle-proof, they don’t need to be dry-cleaned, and they can be folded to a compact size for easy storage and carrying - with a versatility that makes them suitable for all settings in your daily life. Comfortable and beautiful too, these clothes have become deeply entrenched in the daily lives of modern women. This brand reflects Issey Miyake’s fundamental concept that “design is not for philosophy, but for life,” and continues to evolve today.

  • Punto pigro


    QL2 (quelledue means those two in Italian) is a brand founded by two friends that back in 2008 decided to take on a new challenge. By joining forces and putting together their experiences, managerial background and creativity, they created a collection that fully mirrors their concept of luxury as something discrete and timeless. Playing with feminine/masculine dichotomy, QL2 reinvents pants and other wardrobe essentials granting a unique and natural elegance. The QL2 collection expresses the utmost respect for the environment and for man, using the best materials and skilful Italian craftsmanship.



    “SAVERIO PALATELLA” an eclectic and lucid, Milan based fashion designer who expresses himself through knitwear and has opulence of style and design. Saverio’s fashion career began in early 1980’s when he attended the international fashion design school Ecole Berçot, in Paris. He is one of the most respected knitwear experts and is recognised by the fashion press and buyers for the transformation of knitwear from “accessory” to ready-to-wear garment and tricot couture.

  • SEA NY


    Minimalistic, clean, and pure. These words are often used to describe her designs. Sofie D’Hoore appears to be delivering exactly what today’s women want: comfort, simplicity, and modernity. “The style of the collection is feminine and elegant, but understated and powerful. Simple. Which isn’t to say that my designs are simple; I work very hard on my patterns and my cuts are carefully composed. I try to create unique volumes in a lovely fabric, and then the garment has to speak for itself.”



  • TC0


    Twenty years ago, a pair of pants changed the way American women dress. Recognizing the need for clothes that felt great and fit perfectly, we developed an innovative stretch fabric that would dramatically improve a pant’s performance. These pants had the power to make women feel confident, smart, and stylish. Never before had American sportswear been so easy to wear to work and everywhere else. When Theory for men was established, similar foundation principles were used, so that they, too, could get dressed in innovative, highly functional, and stylish clothes.


    It began in 1997 as an aspiration to create fashion forward tee shirts that embodied the laid-back luxe of LA style. Today it has evolved into full collections recognized for their meticulously crafted, clean elevated staples. Helmed by Creative Director Jenny Graham, the collections are created using only the finest fabrics and are manufactured primarily in the United States. Velvet by Graham & Spencer can be found in boutiques and premiere department stores nationwide and internationally.



    Functional and dignified everyday wear--within a unique category established by itself, the Y's collection is shaped by universal values and unique pattern-making.With especial particularity regarding cutting and silhouettes, Yohji Yamamoto utilizes the texture of fabrics, undertaking clothes-making that carefully values the feelings of airiness, volume, and balance that is created between the wearer's body and clothing items by the clothing being worn.


    Born in Amsterdam and built on expertise and passion, ZINGA Stretch Leather was founded in 2004 by CEO Hugo Roskam. What began with a design for the perfect pair of stretch leather leggings, has now become a beautifully crafted collection of suede and leather womenswear. ZINGA Stretch Leather is all about timeless elegance; creating wardrobe classics that transcend flash trends. Designed with your body and lifestyle in mind, every piece is available in enough colours to suit your every mood. Handmade, and of the highest quality, our tactile lamb leather is perfectly bonded with the softest cotton for the right amount of support and stretch. The minimal seaming ensures smooth comfort without unsightly bumps, so you can step out in confidence, day or night.


    Founded by Akira Onozuka, Japanese label Zucca’s trademark style has captured a global following for its multifunctional streetwear-inspired wardrobe staples, translating to meticulously tailored womenswear and accessories.

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