Launched in 2015, Ben Taverniti Unravel Project applies founder and creative director Ben Taverniti’s 15-plus years of fashion experience to chic streetwear staples for women and men. The French designer, along with his wife and business partner, Joyce Bonelli, produces reimagined basics that showcase specialty washes and distressing. Based in Milan, the innovative label offers sweatshirts, bomber jackets, puffer coats, and more....
Stone Island established itself as a leader in outerwear in 1982, creating garments that take inspiration from military uniforms and workwear. Through technology and research, it delivers high-performance apparel that's also assuredly cool.
Cutting her teeth in jewellery design at Central Saint Martins, Ukrainian-born, London-based designer Natasha Zinko has expanded her offering to include ready-to-wear. The result is a collection of beautiful, architecturally crafted pieces that play with proportions via fluted sleeves and dramatic flared hems.
Son of the legendary shoe-maker Sergio Rossi, Gianvito Rossi followed in his father’s footsteps and launched his eponymous footwear label in 2006. The label, with fine Italian craftsmanship at its core, has its own factory in Milan and boutiques in Via Santo Spirito, Milan and in the prestigious Rue Du Mont Thabor, Paris. His collections are feminine and sophisticated with a contemporary slant. Recently Rossi embarked on the Carbon Fibre Sandal project – merging luxury with technology, to create a lightweight sandal with a linear aesthetic.
RtA was lunched with the purpose of creating a movement. A movement of like-minded individuals who share a belief that clothing should be used as a form of expression.RtA was born under the pretense that clothing should be effortless and chic. It is the individual-the rebel who sets trends. RtA is a state of mind and while the clothing evolves, their ideas are never deterred.
Founded by Pierre Balmain in 1945, this iconic Parisian label epitomizes power dressing. Influenced by the confident style of modern women, Creative Director Olivier Rousteing has redefined the brand's high-octane aesthetic while remaining true to the vision and trailblazing spirit of its founder.
If there’s one thing Mira Mikati is known for, it’s a playful sense of humor. The London-based Lebanese designer collaborates with artists and draws from pop culture to produce cheeky, cult-favorite clothing and accessories. Each piece of Mira Mikati apparel—from leather jackets embellished with emoji patches and googly-eye friendship bracelets to cartoon-covered peacoats—is equal parts street style-worthy and smile-inducing.
Billionaire is the new go-to label for the fast, the furious and the rich.
Billionaire presents an extravagant, rich wardrobe for mature men who are unafraid of who they are and who they want to be.
The House of Prada is one of the world's most coveted luxury brands. Though established in 1913 as a producer of leather goods, it wasn't until the eighties when Miuccia Prada, granddaughter of one of the founders, took creative control and expanded the brand to include signature nylon bags that Prada soared into high-fashion. By the nineties, the brand had added a ready-to-wear clothing collection. Prada's collections, which grew in the early nineties to include menswear and a diffusion line, Miu Miu, are marked by clean lines and modern streamlined silhouettes.
Phillip Lim (born September 16, 1973 as Pheng Lim) is an American fashion designer of Chinese descent whose parents immigrated to America from Thailand during the Cambodian Genocide. Lim co-founded and worked at the Los Angeles-based fashion label Development from 2000 to 2004. In the fall of 2005, he co-founded 3.1 Phillip Lim with friend and business partner Wen Zhou, becoming the company's creative director. Lim has garnered both critical and commercial success with his eponymous line. The Council of Fashion Designers of America awarded Lim the 2007 award for Emerging Talent in Womenswear for his work at 3.1 Phillip Lim. In 2012, he was awarded the Council's Swarovski award for Menswear.
Re-imagining vintage clothing and breathing new life into it has been the mission statement from Paolo Rossello Second Hand from day one. With clashes between old artisanal fabrics and contemporary army apparel, P.A.R.O.S.H has been a fashion world favourite since the Eighties.
All about celebrating American culture and Italian tailoring? Palm Angels is. Find plenty of relaxed and skate-inspired designs in the form of tees, cropped hoodies, and sweatshirts to name a few in our edit.
From its inception in 1993, Miu Miu is an avant-garde, ironic and sophisticated fashion brand, and it can be considered the private territory of expression and creative playground of its founder, Miuccia Prada. Embracing both rebellious attitude and refined experimentalism, Miu Miu explores fashion by juxtaposing the finest materials and the traditional values of handcraftsmanship with the playful, contemporary and quintessentially feminine spirit that lies at the heart of the Miu Miu name.Read more
Dsquared2 womenswear and menswear delivers contemporary sophistication with attitude. The brand was founded in '95 by Canadian twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten who divide their time between London and Italy where the collections are produced. Refined fabrics, standout embellishment and modern, urban influences combine to create bold collections for stylish rule breakers.Read more
Born from a passion for exquisite footwear, Aquazzura was created by Colombian designer Edgardo Osorio in 2011. Armed with a rich decade of experience at illustrious fashion houses such as Roberto Cavalli, Osorio brings traditional Italian craftsmanship to the modern audience. A distinctively feminine sensibility is translated into sleek stilettos, embellished mules, ultra-glamorous sandals and statement boots. Searing colours, decadent textures and the brand’s signature criss-cross straps exude elevated sensuality.
Alexander Wang (born December 26, 1983) is an American male fashion designer. Wang is known for his urban designs. After designing a Fall 2008 collection using black as the predominant color, he designed his Spring 2009 collection using bright colors such as orange, dusty purple, aqua and hot pink. In the meantime he has reverted to using mainly black fabrics, and is often praised for exhibiting outstanding tailoring skills. On July 31, 2015, it was announced that Alexander Wang would leave Balenciaga. In 2016, he became the CEO and chairman of the Wang brand, succeeding his mother, Ying Wang, and sister-in-law, Aimee Wang.