Charo Ruiz

Charo Ruiz, daughter and granddaughter of dressmakers, grew up in her native Seville among fabrics and patterns. She began her own career in the industry as a model in the Barcelona of the late seventies, later settling in Ibiza and creating her own workshop and showroom on the island, reinterpreting the concept of Adlib fashion. Her designs are based on a traditional dressmaking process, developing and researching new techniques, patterns and materials; collections that have evolved from season to season into their own brand identity: Charo Ruiz Ibiza.

Faliero Sarti

FALIERO SARTI, founded in 1949, is one of the most famous Italian textile factories. Originally producing only the finest fabrics and yarns for fashion designers the world over, L’Accessorio FALIERO SARTI was established in 1991 to create luxury accessories from the finest raw materials for a larger customer base. Their scarves are irresistible, ever-changing and timelessly luxurious.

Helena Rohner

Helena Rohner The pureness of lines, the simplicity of shapes and the original way to combine silver with surprising materials like porcelain or wood is inherent to Helena Rohner’s jewellery. Jewellery that is recognizable with its serenity and strength of design. Helena’s development in design has been influenced by her surroundings and the people she has collaborated with. Present in her work is the magic of Florence, the vitality of London and the luminosity of Madrid. Creations that go beyond the jewellery world into objects in stoneware and wood, lamps and ultimately.

JiTrois

Jitrois is a French company, founded by Jean-Claude Jitrois in 1981, which specialises in ready to wear luxury leather clothing. Jean-Claude Jitrois is both founder and artistic director of the company. In 1995, Jitrois created a new material – stretch leather, initially using lambskin, which fits to the body like a second skin. Re-launching as Jitrois: le cuir stretch (stretch leather), the new material was developed in conjunction with the chemist company Dupont de Nemours. Expanding the stretch leather technique to python (another world first) and kangaroo (first used in autumn/winter 2005/2006), Jitrois has managed to maintain its position as a cutting edge and innovative couture house. In his Spring/Summer 2008 collection, Jitrois used nubuck python for the first time. Jitrois is now stocked in the world’s most prestigious multi-brand stores around the globe, from Harrods in London, Harvey Nichols in Hong Kong and many, many others.

Ba&Sh

“Childhood friends Barbara Boccara and Sharon Krief have always been passionate about fashion, travel and encounters of all kinds. It was only natural to transform their complementary vision into their own brand: ba&sh. Since its launch in 2003, the line has evolved around the concept of the “ideal wardrobe”: every-day-pieces made of sumptuous fabrics, with the right balance between femininity and sophisticated cuts. Their creations reflect their sensibility: desirable dresses and jumpsuits, essential t-shirts and knitwear perfectly layering with jeans and pants: a display of various prints, precious materials as cotton veil, cashmere and silk, declined in refined shapes.”

Masscob

“We enjoy clothing, quality built stuff and things that reflect a creative process behind them” Masscob is a duality of two personalities: feminine and masculine. Marga Massanet and Jacobo Cobián. A unique, pragmatic and forceful couple that provide a warmth, romantic and relaxed style to the fashion industry with their savoir faire. The Masscob identity, born in La Coruña (Spain) in 2003, is defined by feminine silhouettes and quality craftsmanship in favor of modern fluidity. Their collections emerge spontaneously from their own personal universe. They just follow their instinct, creating natural elegant forms that has something to do with a vintage feeling and a sense of pride in a job well done. Because for Jacobo and Marga fashion is not all about trends. Their key is harmony… they transform something simple into special. The selection of beautiful fabrics, detailing and colors are the essence of every Masscob’s designs,  that you can wear with older or modern collections. Fashionable and functional collections with a “classic twist” for  modern, stylish, sophisticated women. 

Forte Forte

forte_forte is a collection designed and produced in italy by giada forte and paolo forte: this way, the family name becomes the brand’s name. the two siblings live in great harmony, orchestrating between them very different experiences: giada, the heart and soul of the brand, graduated in knitwear design at nottingham trent university, in england; she worked as a fashion designer in paris and italy.

Zadig & Voltaire

FOUNDED IN PARIS IN 1997 BY THIERRY GILLIER, ZADIG & VOLTAIRE EMBODIES NEW LAID-BACK LUXURY. BY RE-INVENTING THE BASICS WITH A ROCK’N’ROLL AESTHETIC, THE BRAND HAS CREATED STRONG AND CONFIDENT FEMININITY. A RELAXED, CAREFREE ATTITUDE USING LUXURIOUS MATERIALS SUCH AS CASHMERE, SILK AND LEATHER. EACH COLLECTION FEATURES SKULLS, BUTTERFLIES AND ANGELS THAT ADD A NEW TOUCH TO THE BRAND’S SIGNATURE SWEATERS, TUNISIAN NECK TEES, ETC. THESE WINGS ARE MORE THAN JUST A SYMBOL: THEY ARE THE EMBODIMENT OF THE CAREFREE SPIRIT.

Hudson

Since 2002, HUDSON has been fundamental in the transformation of the denim market. Founded by Peter Kim, HUDSON has fueled the growth of the category worldwide through unyielding passion and positive energy. Rooted in the legacy of British cool and liberated by the free spirit of LA, HUDSON is worn as a badge of style and a commitment to being Forever Forward.

See By Chloe

  The first See By Chloé collection was introduced for Fall-Winter 2001. The idea of this second ready-to-wear line stemmed from the success of the mainline among younger women. See By Chloé would offer a younger generation of active women attracted and inspired by the Chloé spirit, a youthful and affordable style.