Who We Stock

Baron/Mens

11:11

Craftsmanship lies at the heart of 11.11 / eleven eleven. Renowned for its use of indigenous cotton and 100% natural dyes, the label uses heritage techniques such as hand spinning, hand loom weaving, hand painting, miniature tie-dyeing, and quilting. The label maintains its unique handmade vision by departing from mainstream manufacturing, producing small batch slow-made clothing in collaboration with groups of artisans located all across India. Each season the brand dissolves distinctions between geographic and gender boundaries - the looks are safe for the skin and transitions seamlessly between cultures from day to evening wear. Expect to see relaxed silhouettes with a sartorial touch that echo the brand’s ‘seed to stitch’ philosophy.

Album Di Famiglia

We simply create clothes in which you can live. But they are not just for you. Wearing them, you will meet other people, and you will walk with them, in a park or through life. So you have to be dressed at your best. And your best is simply be yourself.

The story of Album di Famiglia started in 2000 with a dream of Monica Rusconi, a designer. At once her sister Patrizia joined her in this adventure, and in 2011 her brother Giovanni did the same. 18 years have passed since.  t’s a long story. One of these days we will tell you…

Barena Venezia

Founded in 1961 by Sandro Zara, Berena Venezia is inspired by the rich heritage of the designer's home city of Venice. The collection, made entirely in Italy, combines traditional tailoring and contemporary design in a low-key colour palette.

Bevilacqua

Based in the heart of Tuscany, Bevilacqua is enhancing personality and identity of products by supporting them with quality, service and assistance.
Perform synthesis, disappearance of the boundary between past and present to evolve into a new idea of the future.

Cini Venezia

CINI shapes a dialogue between maker and wearer, one that is open and respectful. From inception to finish, each individual product is a result of the philosophic touch of true artisans.
Their hands mend the woolen thread, woven by historic techniques, carefully yielding the fabric into its definitive shape.

Isabel Marant 

Isabel Marant is a French fashion designer known for her bohemian aesthetic and fervently coveted creations. Embodying a casual, perfectly tousled but never over-thought look, her clothes are worn by some of the world's most fashionable.

Giorgio Brato

Giorgio Brato's research is based on the continuous observation of the effects of time on things: corrosions, nicks, imperfections, asymmetries, contrasts, scratches. Stimuli that become unique pieces in soft handmade leather

 

Masnada

The collection is a result from an extensive study of shapes and the multiple identities they can become, combined with an profound love for experimentations and research. The results of these can be seen in the choice of materials and traditional methods for the collection. The exclusive fabrics, realized in natural fibers in the soft-hued colors of nature, create a timeless look and longevity of each garment. The pure Italian tailoring and craftsmanship is a choice throughout the entire collection with no compromises and also selected on the basis of ethical values in opposition to child exploitation and against any other form of irregularity.
Masnada is aimed at those who love freedom, who are not afraid of breaking preconceived moulds.

Hannoh Wessel

Hannoh was founded in 1994 by Paris-based designer Hannoh Wessel. Seeking to turn down the rhythm, curb consumerist compulsions and counter the caprices of fashion, the Hannoh collection pays tribute to paced, sustainable fashion.

James Perse

His passion for minimalist architecture influenced by warm west-coast indoor outdoor living and the casual clothing that's inspired by it, ultimately resulted in James' personal design philosophy and aesthetic - low maintenance high fashion - emphasizing elegance and comfort, pairing sophistication with simplicity. James has applied this visionary approach in every step of defining and developing the brand.

Sage De Cret

Sage de Cret is a brand that has existed in Japan since 2001, but only made their international debut in 2013. It is the work of director Kimitoshi Chida, and resulted from his desire to create something tasteful using meticulously selected and treated fabrics in Japan.

Transit

Transit clothing was set up in 1994 by the Cozza family (Andrea, Anna, Franca and Matteo) who have a deep history and experience of the best Italian fabrics and ateliers. ... Subtly tailored designs give this collection of clothing for women a quiet femininity, encapsulating Transit's 'simply complex' philosophy.

Officine Creative

Since its inception in 1998, the brainchild of Roberto Di Rosa , the Officine Creative manifesto has been to offer traditionally crafted artisanal footwear and leather goods fused with a modern unorthodox design aesthetic.

Dynamic, high quality beautiful products that evoke nostalgic memories of a long lost time when craftsmanship was paramount , a sensibility often lost In today’s fast fashion consumerism and industrialised mass market mentality.

Péro

péro means ‘to wear’ in Marwari which is 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 indianess 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 the hand made, and creating pieces that are at once unique

Avant Toi

Avant Toi was founded in 1994 within the Liapull group to satisfy the needs of a demanding and ever-changing market. The creative endeavor of Mirko Ghignone now celebrates 20 years of passion and success.​

Characterized by a strong relationship between the art world and aesthetic research, Mirko, eclectic artist and paramour of the force of color, established the brand through the application of his creative instinct to the medium of yarns and knits. A pioneer in cashmere evolution, he excels in technical experimentation and above all in the absolute innovation of coloring, revolutionizing the world of piece dying.

Central to this process is the introduction of air-brush coloring that empowers each piece with authenticity and a unique, unrepeatable character. Through infinite combinations of shades and hues, each creation recounts its own particular story.

Baroness/Womans

360 Cashmere

360Cashmere is the story of Leslie and Bruce Gifford, and their two children, Andrew and Alex.

Their New York upbringing and West Coast lifestyle inspires their love and passion for creating casual yet dramatic luxury knitwear. They bring four generations of knowledge about global sourcing and fashion marketing to create an exciting brand that is unique in the marketplace.

Album Di Famiglia

We simply create clothes in which you can live. But they are not just for you. Wearing them, you will meet other people, and you will walk with them, in a park or through life. So you have to be dressed at your best. And your best is simply be yourself.

The story of Album di Famiglia started in 2000 with a dream of Monica Rusconi, a designer. At once her sister Patrizia joined her in this adventure, and in 2011 her brother Giovanni did the same. 18 years have passed since.  t’s a long story. One of these days we will tell you…

Aequamente

Aequamente is a new brand combining easy to wear silhouettes, elegant details with the use of luxury, natural materials such as silk, cotton, cashmere and linen.

The designers who produce this brand with high and manufactures in Italy express their passion for quality and comfort every season.

Barena Venenzia

Founded in 1961 by Sandro Zara, Berena Venezia is inspired by the rich heritage of the designer's home city of Venice. The collection, made entirely in Italy, combines traditional tailoring and contemporary design in a low-key colour palette.

Bokja

Bokja has consistently been a pioneer in reviving regional textile practices, redefining them in a contemporary voice. Bokja’s existing body of work is entirely produced in the company’s atelier with meticulous attention to detail by exceptionally talented craftsmen and women from the region. Combining artisans, carpenters and designers behind every Bokja design is a team of 35 people from 10 countries such as Iraq, Syria, Kurdistan, Egypt and Lebanon. Bokja’s textile laboratory is a representation of a diverse cluster of textile practices. With a solid network of specialized artisans, Bokja serves as a curator of textile techniques and a gatherer of personal stories..

BSBee

Bsbee is the name of a turquoise stone from Arizona, this stone, along with a red wool string is a sign of good luck and true love for life and nature.
Bsbee promotes a critical message against those behaviors that have lead society and the environment to where they are today: pollution, global warming, wild exploitation of human and natural resources.
Through our clothes we're trying to do our part to contrast this trend.
Wearing sustainable/organic clothing made with non toxic materials helps to actively preserve the planet.

Gilda Midani

To wear freedom.

I strongly believe that comfort makes the body peaceful. And that elegance and beauty are the natural outgrowth of that feeling. Our pieces are made entirely by hand, many loving hands, for a single purpose: to make you feel as free as possible.

Manuelle Guibal

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.

Hannoh Wessel

Hannoh was founded in 1994 by Paris-based designer Hannoh Wessel. Seeking to turn down the rhythm, curb consumerist compulsions and counter the caprices of fashion, the Hannoh collection pays tribute to paced, sustainable fashion.

James Perse

His passion for minimalist architecture influenced by warm west-coast indoor outdoor living and the casual clothing that's inspired by it, ultimately resulted in James' personal design philosophy and aesthetic - low maintenance high fashion - emphasizing elegance and comfort, pairing sophistication with simplicity. James has applied this visionary approach in every step of defining and developing the brand.

Labo Art

After gaining creative experience in theatrical and fashion production, Ludovica Diligu founded Labo.Art in Milan in 2006 and started producing her first, though limited, fashion collections. Hailing from a family of architects, Ludovica was brought up in an atmosphere of research into lines, volumes and geometry, styles that form the basis of her highly qualified profession

MJ.Watson

MJ. Watson places itself in a world made of natural and refined yarns, inspired shapes and precious details. Those who select these clothes are capable of recognizing the beauty of simplicity.  The collection is distinguished by its lightness and ease, thanks to a rich and neutral color range. Highest quality and effortless modernity are the result of the highest skilled knitwear manufacture, creating a unique product with creative integrity and exceptional appeal.

Mother Jeans

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.

Masnada

The collection is a result from an extensive study of shapes and the multiple identities they can become, combined with an profound love for experimentations and research. The results of these can be seen in the choice of materials and traditional methods for the collection. The exclusive fabrics, realized in natural fibers in the soft-hued colors of nature, create a timeless look and longevity of each garment. The pure Italian tailoring and craftsmanship is a choice throughout the entire collection with no compromises and also selected on the basis of ethical values in opposition to child exploitation and against any other form of irregularity.
Masnada is aimed at those who love freedom, who are not afraid of breaking preconceived moulds.

Péro

péro means ‘to wear’ in Marwari which is 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 indianess 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 the hand made, and creating pieces that are at once unique

Transit

Transit clothing was set up in 1994 by the Cozza family (Andrea, Anna, Franca and Matteo) who have a deep history and experience of the best Italian fabrics and ateliers. ... Subtly tailored designs give this collection of clothing for women a quiet femininity, encapsulating Transit's 'simply complex' philosophy.

Officine Creative

Since its inception in 1998, the brainchild of Roberto Di Rosa , the Officine Creative manifesto has been to offer traditionally crafted artisanal footwear and leather goods fused with a modern unorthodox design aesthetic.

Dynamic, high quality beautiful products that evoke nostalgic memories of a long lost time when craftsmanship was paramount , a sensibility often lost In today’s fast fashion consumerism and industrialised mass market mentality.

Injiri

Injiri, meaning “real India”, historically stands for “real Madras checkered textiles” which were exported to West Africa back in the 18th century.

Launched in 2009 as a clothing brand by Chinar Farooqui, Injiri believes in the beauty of hand-weaving processes. Injiri as a brand is more about story-telling, the end point is reflective of the journey of many processes. We make clothing for women and textiles for home. The brand focus is on textile development and sustainable usage of materials.

Suzsan

he roots of the Suzusan label lie in the Japanese town of Arimatsu, where the Murase family, has been refining textiles with the traditional shibori technique for over 100 years.

Now in their fifth generation, they regard shibori as a cultural heritage that must uphold with endless passion and commitment to perfection. In order to stop the decline of the shibori craft that has been witnessed over the past five decades, they are attempting to give the technique a more contemporary relevance through the development of new and innovative procedures and modern creations.

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