MUSLIN BROTHERS weaves raw elements and basic forms into their clothes. Poetic and casual characters are infused with humor, playfulness and cultural criticism. The silhouettes are structured to blur gender identity as they are designed for men and woman alike and adapt to different customers desires.
Established in 2011 and based in Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The label led by Tamar Levit and Yaen Levi, produces two collections a year, creating its own venues and showrooms for sales and exhibitions, fashion installations and performances. The label also produces costumes for theater and dance companies spanning a range of international platforms.
For muslin brothers fashion plays a significant part in cultural production, human communication and urban space comprehension. Thus they transgress the borders between public and private, negotiating the will to stand out or recede, known social forms and rituals into unknown surreal appearances.
Visit the Website: www.muslinbrothers.com
UMMOK represents the transforming experience one acquires through delving in the deep waters of the unknown world within. This process asks for complete surrender to the powerful forces of their psyche pulling them in and opening them up, reshaping everything they have ever perceived of their existence.
Established in 2015 taking its name from the Hebrew language, meaning Depth, UMMOK is a creative calling in the need to express powerful content studied in the past few years from the world of holistic psychotherapy, therefor it is inspired by the greatest thinkers in history which paint it in diverse colours and give it its unique attitude.
Each collection takes on a new face, encompassing different approaches to human psychology through textures, designs and details, externalising and mirroring this intimate exploration and allowing individuals to express their inner wisdom and their ideas through what they wear.
The UMMOK item tag is an upside-down triangle connected externally on the items, extending our minimalistic nature, representing the journey of traveling into the depths of our souls and coming out on the other end, transformed.
Visit the Website: www.ummok.com.au
FFIXXED STUDIOS IS A COLLABORATIVE MENS AND WOMENSWEAR BRAND BASED BETWEEN HONG KONG AND SHENZHEN, CHINA. THE BRAND WAS FOUNDED IN 2010 BY CREATIVE DIRECTORS FIONA LAU AND KAIN PICKEN.
FFIXXED STUDIOS MAKES CLOTHING AND OBJECTS THAT RESPOND, ADAPT TO, AND INSPIRE CHANGING CONDITIONS FOR CONTEMPORARY LIVING.
THE READY-TO-WEAR LABEL EVOLVES SEASONALLY ALONGSIDE A VARIETY OF OTHER PROJECTS AND COLLABORATIONS THAT INFORM THE EVOLUTION OF THE BRAND. REFLECTING ON THE EVERYDAY, THE COLLECTIONS RESPOND TO THE CONSTRUCTION OF DAILY LIFE, EXPLORING NOTIONS OF WORK AND LIFE IN CONTEMPORARY CULTURE. PRIORITISING MOVEMENT AND OPENNESS BOTH CONCEPTUALLY AND IN MATERIAL AND FUNCTIONAL TERMS, FFIXXED STUDIOS PROPOSE A LAID BACK SIMPLICITY, EMPHASISED BY MODERN CUTTING AND A FLUID, ECLECTIC AESTHETIC. THEY DRAW ON NATURAL FIBRES, CUSTOM-DEVELOPED FABRICS AND PERSONALISED PRODUCTION TECHNIQUES TO ADDRESS ISSUES OF SUSTAINABILITY AND ETHICAL WORKING PROCESSES.
THE COLLECTIONS ARE SHOWN DURING TOKYO, PARIS AND SHANGHAI FASHION WEEKS AND ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH SELECT RETAILERS INTERNATIONALLY.
Visit the Website: www.ffixxed.com
House of Dz - binging real urban street style to the public without watering it down or exaggerating it for the catwalk.
House of Dz is a south London based urban contemporary luxury fashion house created by fashion graduate Sammie Dz Olawuyi. He had his first taste of the industry through modeling and was inspired to go on and study it at the university of East London, where he produced his first unisex collection dubbed “Area Boys”; made up by the concoction of two cultures dear to him; London street culture & Nigerian Luxury.
The son of a Nigerian Tailor; HODZ founder Sammie Dz was influenced by the many cultures exposed to him growing up in the boiling pot that is London; always reflecting on his own street/gang culture experiences; house of Dz creates instantly recognizable pieces that feel familiar and nostalgic yet contemporary with the characteristic roadman edge.
A$AP Rocky said, “ I have a voice that speaks for a whole other market- not just black people, but high fashion urban people. I mix streetwear with high fashion. It’s never been seen before”, House of Dz (pronounced Dee zee) epitomizes just this, mixing high fashion with real streetwear, not simply copying or having influences. By tapping into this other market, titled “Urban Luxury”, HODZ has been able to expose a real urban street style to the public without watering it down or exaggerating it for the catwalk.
Visit the Website: www.hodz.co.uk
N’Damus London - emphasis on quality craftsmanship and the production of classic leather goods for women and men.
N’Damus London is a British accessories brand with an emphasis on quality craftsmanship and the production of classic leather goods for women and men.
The N’Damus London brand was founded by our designer in 2006. Her previous career in the biomedical science industry fueled her decision to passionately engage in learning the skills to develop practical and stylish accessory designs.
From her London home, she began creating bags to match her vast collection of shoes. Overtime, the brand has built a following of UK and international clients impressed by the brand’s range of styles and colour palette.
Our classic pieces are given names such as ‘Victoria’, ‘Regency’ and ‘Moorgate’ in reference to London’s heritage and infrastructure.
We focus on selecting quality materials for our elegant and enduring designs.
All leathers used are sourced from well respected Italian and Spanish tanneries.
All of our designs are produced in London. We continue to champion & support the handcrafting skills of our family run factory, who consistently maintain impeccable construction and precision with their work.
N’Damus London press coverage includes, GQ, Vogue, The Guardian, The Times, Elle, Harpers Bazaar and Marie-Claire.
Visit the Website: www.ndamus.com
João Branco and Luis Sanchez created Storytailors in 2001 after finishing their Fashion Design studies at the Architecture College of Lisbon’s Technical University. They met during 1996 while attending the same classes; during the course they realised that their aesthetic universes had a lot in common and that their ideas and opinions about fashion were complementary.
They joined forces, matured ideas and decided to create a project with a name-concept that would reflect internationally their way of seeing and working fashion. Passion for History, fables and stories along with their fascination with garment construction, tailoring and fashion gathered two words into one, and thus story and tailors became Storytailors. From their researches and inspirations they craft stories for the future in a liberating way, revealing them as chapters in every collection. The metaphorical language implicit in each garment is their way of communicating. Their work mixes History, contemporaneity and future in timeless design. Each Storytailors garment survives the season in which it was designed, and can be reproduced at any time, on demand or in special editions.
Every year the Storytailors present their collections during the Portugal Fashion week – one of the leading national fashion events. Promptly they also take their work across borders, showing in other cities like Paris. Consequently, Storytailors garments have regular presence in the editorials of the most prestigious national and international publications.
In 2006 they installed themselves in the Centre of Lisbon, Chiado, with a store and atelier in Calçada do Ferragial 8. In a pre-eighteenth century building divided into three floors, where once were stored spices, fabrics and precious stones, one can breath today other aromas and find other treasures ...
Their creations extend also to other artistic areas. They Develop costumes for theatre and dance - highlighting the work undertaken for the Nationals Theatres, D. Maria II in Lisbon and S. João in Oporto, Municipal Theatre of S. Luiz and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon.
They also design stage costumes for music artists such as: The Gift, Amalia Hoje, Misia and Yolanda Soares.
Visit the Website: www.storytailors.pt
Being dedicated to fashion for more than a decade, this has become more than a work to me – I live fashion every single day. Firstly, from a designer’s point of view, but also as a magazine columnist, TV presenter and formerly, a fashion buyer. It’s been a long, but an outstanding journey.
With an eye for the detail and knowledge of the industry, I design custom tailored items for business and fashion people who know what they want. The utmost goal is to create trendy, desirable and unique clothes that my customers feel comfortable in. Ideal for appearances at business venues and glamorous events.
Visit the Website: www.borisbanovic.com
Katharina Purkarthofer (*1992, Graz, Austria) graduated from Polimoda, Florence in June 2014. As a young and promising footwear & accessories designer she got selected for "Polimoda Talent" and had offers to kick off her career at Salvatore Ferragamo, Alexander Wang or Dolce & Gabbana. But she chose her very own path. Katharina focused on broaden her creative horizon and kept pushing her concepts forward.
Next stop: Milan. In October 2014 she attended the TFORTHREE contest and was one of seven winners that got signed by Italy's first fashion incubator and are now having one collection fully supported by the platform. She's currently in competition with six other designers to get her contract extended. The decision goes by the sales performance of their debut collections.
Visit the Website: www.katharinapurkarthofer.com
PAZ ALPACA unites French design and Andean alpaca heritage to create soft, light and premium textiles. Our portfolio of handcrafted pure alpaca products includes men and women fashion as well as home fabrics..
Our La Paz studios.
All our products are handcrafted in our own studios, located in La Paz, Bolivia. Because we do not outsource, we control quality and are able to conduct our business in an ethical way. And because we only use pure wool from local alpaca herds, we are able to deliver our customers genuine, durable and desirable products.
Visit the Website: www.pazalpaca.com
Copenhagen is a UNISEX below the knee and hooded raincoat. Made from a semi translucent fabric with a soft hand feel and a mat surface. Features contrasting waterproof YKK zipper, as well as large logo at the side of the jacket. For increased comfort and mobility it also features raglan sleeves and eyelets under the arms for breathability. The waterproof construction includes welded seams and will guaranteed keep you dry even the wettest of days. Wear it over either your regular outfit or a coat/jacket.
ABOUT WON HUNDRED
Established in 2004
Since the beginning “rock and roll" lifestyle have been an influential source of inspiration at Won Hundred, which over time have shaped the heart of our identity. This is embodied in the continuous use of denim and leather, where we always try to move the boundaries of our Scandinavian and minimalist approach.
That being said, our collections range from daring pieces with raw attitude, as well as versatile quality staples which will fit into everyone’s wardrobe. It is founder and creative directors Nikolaj Nielsen’s vision to create a brand that never loses its relevance, whether the occasion is work or leisure.
Today we offer men and women and unisex ready-to-wear collections, including shoes and accessories. You will find the largest selection of Won Hundred on our site and in our own stores.
Our journey began in 2014, with a mission to create our personal dream shoe, one that would accompany us on any quest and adapt to any situation.
So we went straight to the source—the heart of Italy—where craftspeople have been perfecting the art of handmade shoes for hundreds of years.
We were thorough. We visited 34 factories before we found the one that mirrored our vision for Koio, in the gorgeous coastal village of Civitanova.
What emerged from this partnership were shoes that truly fused the artistry of luxury with the ready-for-anything ethos of modern city life. We knew the shoes would speak to a generation of people who recognized the distinction between quality and excess, and that—like us—eschewed traditional paths in favor of forging their own.
Constructed with the finest calf-skin leathers and hand-finished with unrivaled attention to detail, Koio products truly embody the spirit of their inception: they are ready for any journey—whether it’s the streets of a foreign city or an unexplored road home.