- 22 / 4
'22/4 'was created by designer Stephanie Hahn in Dusseldorf, basing on the idea of redrawing the parameters that define and divide men’s and women’s fashion. In an industry where exacting measurements and technical proportions form the foundation, the basic mathematical equation 2+2=4 is an indication of 22/4’s high quality standards.
Korean brand 99%IS is founded in 2012. Designer Bajowoo is deeply inspired by rock music and street culture to bring unique cultural elements into the design concepts of the brand.
A.P.C. (Atelier de Production et de Creation) is a french fashion label founded by Jean Touitou. Beyond clothes and accessories, APC also releases records.
- ACNE STUDIOS
Founded in 1997, Acne Studios unites innovative jeans styles with a versatile wardrobe for men and women, ranging from basic cotton T-shirts, to tailored jackets to luxurious accessories and shoes. In 2000, leaded by Jonny Johansson, Acne Studios got the award of Swedish Elle's Designer of the Year.
- AKIRA NAKA
Akira Naka when young he met a tailor in USA, so drove him to design the initiation of interest thereafter he went to the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium to study fashion design, but also was selected to participate in Hyeres International Mode Festival period. After graduation, he continued to stay in Antwerp knitwear designer followed a distinguished learning, returned to Japan until 2006, and the following year founded the brand POESIE, in 2008 was renamed POESIE to AKIRA NAKA. Many famous select shops e.g. ISETAN, International Gallery BEAMS, and United Arrows…Now available in Hong Kong I.T shop.
- ALEKSANDR MANAMIS
Aleksandr Manamis was born in Denmark, rooted in the capital, Copenhagen and grew up and affected by the North European fashion style. Therefore, he designs a collection of simple and stylish clothing for his brand with his same name. Aleksandr Manamis uses dripping cut to show the layering of clothing.
- ALEXANDER McQUEEN
- ALEXANDER WANG
Alexander Wang was born and raised in San Francisco, CA and later moved to New York City to attend Parsons School of Design. In 2005, after two years, he left school to pursue launching his own label.
- ALICE MCCALL
Before Australian designer Alice McCall set up her own label, she was a stylist in London, New York and Australia for Beyonce and Natalie Imbrulia etc. These experience, together her own aesthetic of combining girly and rock n' roll together has made her an indifferent designer and attract fans from allover the world.
- AMAYA ARZUAGA
Amaya was graduated in Madrid Polytechnic University Fashion & Textiles Design in 1992, and in 1994 Amaya set up her own company and deputed her first collection in February. In 1996, she is the first and the only Spanish designers that is able to showcase her collection in London Fashion Week.
Alexandre Mattiussi launches his own brand in 2011: AMI. The brand's name is composed of his initials and the last letter of his name, translated into English it means 'friend'. Ami is a unique concept of ready to wear for men: a complete men's wardrobe, well designed, easy, chic and above all, cool. Ami is positioned at an affordable price point while offering high quality and sophisticated French designs.
- ANDREA CREWS
Known for its creative usage and reinterpretation of second-hand garment, Andrea Crews combines arts with fashion. It is a platform of creative action, and a collective of strong and playful style under the artistic direction of founder Maroussia Rebecq.
- ANDREA POMPILIO
Born in Pesaro on July 29 1973, Andrea has always lived in a creative environment. His father is an architect and his mother a passionate of painting. He grew up in his grandmother's fashion shop and at 8 decided he wanted to be a rtw designer.
- ANN DEMEULEMEESTER
Born in Belgium in 1959. Graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1981, she is a member of the famous academy alumni known as "Antwerp 6". Ann Demeulemmester joined the London Collections in 1987 and has participated in Paris Collections since 1992.
"AN・REAL・AGE" stands for "real, unreal, age". Designer Kunihiko Morinaga defines "real" as mediocre, but believes "unreal" does not represent superior, but in fact the hidden characteristics that lie beneath ordinary. While "age" follows us for infinity, through his designs, Morinaga wishes to explore the truth to reality.
- ANTONIO BERARDI
Half British and half Sicilian designer Antonio Berardi is born in England. His inspiration is based from his origins and able to design with a balance in between. Antonia Berardi's collection is influenced by the street wear, cool and yet comfort enough to wear them to dance.
- AQ / AQ
AQ/AQ is a London based contemporary fashion brand for men and women formally known as Aqua by Aqua. AQ/AQ’s super brand attitude and high fashion aesthetic coupled with an accessible price point has ensured a dedicated following of style leaders. Our collections are clean, sharp, bright and bold with a strict attention to form offering a collection of statement pieces for an alternative to the daily grind.
'Australians Agatha Kowalewski and Sarah Schofield founded their fashion brand ASSK in 2012. Agatha Kowalewski served as the stylist for serveral magazines, including
, , and . And Sarah Schofield has worked as a designer at Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Nina Ricci and Versace. To change the dull people in the beautiful city, they adopt rebellious design style, creating the brand and introduce to the international market.
- ASTRID ANDERSEN
'Asrid Andersen was born in Denmark, she then graduated from The Royal College of Art in 2010 and went on the win the Brioni Creativity and Innovation Award and the River Island MA Student Bursary Award. Her brand redefines the boundaries of contemporary menswear, questioning the juxtaposition of strength and sensitivity within the modern masculine aesthetic.
- au jour le jour
A passionate and resourceful meeting between two designers. An intuition turned into a philosophy of style and business management. A new interpretation of the contemporary look that sealed the creation of the brand au jour le jour in 2010, including both the femme and garçon lines. Mirko Fontana e Diego Marquez combine transversal, yet at the same time complementary life paths, unveiling a winning blend of backgrounds and skills that confer a unique value to the brand, as they express their particular vision of elegance: versatile and ironic, cultured and sophisticated, every day. Today, together they run their all-Italian project, which is making its way across the world through celebrities and fashion icons, but, above all, through a selected network of the most prestigious boutiques and department stores in the international fashion and luxury scene.
- AUGUSTIN TEBOUL
Annelie Augustin is born in Germany whereas Odely Teboul is born in France. Since they worked together in Adidas and Jean Paul Gaultier, their different backgrounds influenced and accomplished each other, then decided to combine the best of both in design and created the brand AUGUSTIN TEBOUL.
- AULA AILA
Yukimi Kawashima started interning at various dseigning groups and companies at the beginning of her designing and merchandizing stage after she graduated from Mode college in Osaka. With all the experiences she gained from the internship, Yukimi started her own brand AULA AILA in 2002 and the brand has since expanded worldwidely to Europe and the States. Apart from being the chief designer of her own brand, she also help designing for famous celebrities in Japan which leads her to be one of the hottest designer in Japan of late.
- AUTHENTIC SHOE
Brand designer Toshinosuke Takegahara has been invited to design shoes for a number of international brands such as GEORGE COX, Tricker's, PAPABOOTS and HELMUT LANG. He founded his personal footwear brand Toshinosuke TAKEGAHARA in 1994 and set up another casual footwear brand foot the coacher in 2000. The brand was officially renamed as AUTHENTIC SHOE & CO in 2002. Toshinosuke Takegahara launched an innovative footwear brand SPECTUSSHOECO in 2012, and began his personal international exhibitions in the same year.
Born in Holland, Eric Frenken established Avelon in 2008. His design is simple, but edgy, foreseeing a futuristic scene. Using unique silhouettes and proportions, extreme sense of fabric selection and details, the collection is filled with mystery and charm.
Cristobal Balenciaga started his couture house back in 1919, influencing the face of modern couture with his imposing, sculpture-like silhouettes. The line, dormant for nearly thirty years, stepped into the ready-to-wear arena in the 90's, reproducing classic looks for the minimal tides of that era.
- BAND OF OUTSIDERS
Originated from New York City, Scott Sternberg established Band of Outsiders Inc. in 2004, launching the company's first fashion label - Boy by Band of Outsiders. And the designer combines Boy by Band of Outsides & Girl by band of Outsiders in SS14 and becomes Band of Outsiders.
The Barbour story began in 1894 in South Shields. Today the 5th generation family owned business remains in the read, with Barbour's headquarters located in Simonside, South Shields. Apart from sourcing products from around the globe, Barbour's classic oilskin jackets are still manufactured by hand in the factory in Simonside and over 100,000 jackets are processed each year.
'Earlier this year, just before graduating from London’s University of Westminster, Brighton-born menswear designer Aaron Tubb decided that he wanted to start a luxe sportswear brand. The result was Bazar-14, a range whose name he took from a vintage boutique on Rue de Bretagne, in Paris, which he stumbled upon while interning for Givenchy. Inspired by Russian youth and subcultures, Tubb fuses military-uniform details and sportswear while working in jersey and traditional sportswear fabrics.
- BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
Beautiful People’s brand philosophy is to focus on the design. The brand was created by a four-designer-team headed by Hidenori Kumakiri. Graduated in 1996 from the prestigious Bunka Fashion College, Hidenori worked as a pattern maker with Comme des Garcons and created his own pattern maker company in 2004 called entertainment. He founded the new brand Beautiful People in year 2007.
- BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS
BEDWIN means the nomads of the Middle East and North Africa region, and also the starting point for the brand to launch a series of rather free-style clothing, embracing the elements of different regions and comfortable design. BEDWIN was founded in Tokyo Japan, 2003, full name as BEDWIN & THE HEARTBREAKERS.
- BEN SHERMAN
Ben Sherman was founded in England in the 1950s. The brand rose to fame in the 1960s due to the prevailing mod style, which has its far-reaching influence on the British brands. Ben Sherman was renowned for its shirts with Italian-style sewing method, and thus became the essential item of the young mod group. Many British bands and singers were also the supporters of the brand, including the Beatles. Ben Sherman is now a popular well-developed brand offering both menswear and womenswear collections. While maintaining the traditional culture, Ben Sherman is also injected with the new British style, which reflects the diversity of the brand.
- BLACK & BLUE
Before establishing his own brand "BLACK and BLUE" in spring 2010, Masato FUnited Kingdomuhara was working as a pattern marker for a number of top fashion brands in Japan, such as zucca, COMME des GARCONS, etc.
- BLACK PEARL
Black Pearl is one of the labels under the notable Japanese fashion house, Agosto. Known for its use of draping, pattern and fitted cutting, Black Pearl creates a strong and powerful image, while showcasing the natural grace and beauty of modern women.
- BLACKBARRETT BY NEIL BARRETT
BLACKBARRETT by Neil Barrett is Neil Barrett's 2nd line collection. BLACKBARRETT carries all of Neil Barrett's trademark mainline fits, offering a complete wardrobe from an accessible price point. BLACKBARRETT builds season on season into a core collection of sartorial staples, with the aim of creating a modern and timeless wardrobe.
- BLEU DE PANAME
'Bleu de Paname was founded by childhood friends Thomas Giorgetti and Christophe Lépine in late 2008. Parisian brand Bleu de Paname has quickly taken its place as one of the most exciting new streetwear brands to emerge from Europe in recent years. Their combination of workwear inspired garments and artisanal production techniques has crafted an extremely strong identity for the brand that was quickly picked up for distribution by the likes of Comme des Garcons in Japan, Colette in Paris and now available at Anthem. Bleu de Paname create high-quality utilitarian apparel that is rooted in the heritage tradition.
- BLK DENIM
BLK DNM is a famous denim brand based in New York. It’s a unique brand that’s always been true to its origin but not pursuing the trends blindly. Designer Johan has created his own brand J.Lindeberg in 1996. BLK DNM is his latest project. The brand has already expanded beyond only denim collection but also menswear, women’s wear and fragrance.
- BOBBY ABLEY
Bobby Abley's designs are very much a reflection of his personality – a heady mix of fun and fantasy, incorporating edgy sportswear silhouettes and plenty of pop culture/cartoon references. It's this playful approach to design that makes Abley's clothing so attractive - it looks fun to wear and you will probably have lots of fun wearing it. With previous stints at Alexander McQueen and Jeremy Scott, before starting his own label, Abley is forging an exciting career at the fore of the UK’s fashion scene.
- BORIS BIDJAN SABERI
Throughout the years, Boris Bidjan Saberi’s work has matured to an emblematical luxury menswear label, reflecting Saberi’s unique take on contemporary handcrafted ready-to-wear. The half-German, half-Iranian designer launched his eponymous label in 2007 and has ever since developed his creations in his atelier in Barcelona. Quoting street and skate culture as one of his main influences, his label is distinctive for its meticulous sophistication and functional dimension, whilst still giving a nod to his urban references.
- BOY BY BAND OF OUTSIDERS
Originated from New York City, Scott Sternberg established Band of Outsiders Inc. in 2004, launching the company's first fashion label - Boy by Band of Outsiders.
- BOY LONDON
As early as the 1970s, Stephen Raynor has been selling fashion from his own brand Acme Attractions in King’s Roads market which housed also design mavericks the likes of Malcolm McLaren and Vivienne Westwood.
Before establishing his own brand BUSCEMI, the brand designer Jon Buscemi was a member of a renowned shoes brand, Gourmet. Apart from Greg Lucci and Greg Johnsen, he was also one of the founders. Buscemi has been an investment banker working for GIRL DISTRIBUTION, DC SHOES and OLIVER PEOPLES. Inspired by the city he grew up - New York, his design combines its rich artistic and musical background, injecting innovative elements into the traditional design.
Designer Tamami Akiyama is most famous for her unique hand stitched tweed fabrics. Akiyama hopes her C.Pili works will be influential and beloved in the next 50 and 100 years.
Established in 1989, CA4LA is solely dedicated to hat designs, leading the trend of the hat industry. With over 10 in-house designers under the label, CA4LA is now a worldwide brand.
- CASELY HAYFORD
Born in United Kingdom, Joe Casely-Hayford studied fashion design at Saint Martin's School of Art, and later in 1979 graduated from the Institute of Contemporary Arts. With his rich background, Casely-Hayford established his fashion label in 1985 and designs a collection of traditional and innovative mix.
- Cédric Charlier
Cédric Charlier won the Moêt Hennessy Fashion Award in 1998 and subsequently worked at the House of Céline in Paris for two years under the creative direction of Michael Kors. He then joined Jean Paul Knott's studio for two other years. Afterwards he joined Alber Elbaz’s team at Lanvin where he spent six years. He caught the attention of Jean Bousquet, who in 2009 commissioned Cédric Charlier to create a new dynamic positioning for Cacharel.
Ceizer is an Amsterdam-based label created by font designer Pieter Ceizer. The brand spirit is from passion for font design and to pursuit high quality. The brand has now become an independent lifestyle brand, designing fine hand sewing by using high-quality materials. Every single product has a limited production quantity and only for sale in designated shops.
Founded in 1945, the French fashion label manufactures Kidwear until 1996, US reowned fashion designer Michael Kors was assigned at the first designer for its womenswear and creative director which aroused lots of socialites' support to the brand.
Born in 1970 in Turkey, Hussein Chalayan graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. Since his debut in 1995, he rose to the fame of one of the pioneering British designers, enjoying as much attention and publicity as Alexander McQueen.
- CHEAP MONDAY
After working many years at Lee, Swedish designer Örjan Andersson left the company and began his own eccentric brand. He realized the lack of low-priced denim in the market, and in 2003, he found a Thailand producer and launched a line of denim collection named as Cheap Monday.
The current creative director Clare Waight Keller had worked in Calvin Klein, Gucci and successfully turned the classic brand Pringle of Scotland evolved into a stylish modern representative. Later, Clare began to work at Chloe since 2011 , replacing Hannah MacGibbon. Clare said she Chloe makes women to be more confident and beautiful.
- CHRISTIAN DADA
Christian DaDa is founded by Masanori Morikawa (森川 マサノリ). The vision of the brand is "To create the clothing for the Adolescence". It not only emphasizes on the degree of wearing, but also on utilizing the clothing as a tool to express one self's identity. Born in March 1984. After becoming independent from “CHARLES ANASTASE”, he co-founded the fashion brand “LIVRAISON” with his friend. He departed from this brand in 2009 and launched “CHRISTIAN DADA” in A/W 2010. He held his first solo runway collection at the Laforet HarajUnited Kingdomu Museum in A/W 2011 and gained the popularity in Japan, works are available in the large scale Select shop like ACYCLE SHIPS JET BLUE and CANDY. He also designed Lady Gaga’s MTV AID JAPAN outfit worn in June 2011.
- CHRISTIAN WIJNANTS
The young Christian Wijnants graduated from Royal Academy of Anvers. He was once the assistance of Dries van Norten, and later established his own fashion label in 1998. By mixing simple designs with innovative and technological play of fabric, his collection embodies unusual concept and boundless imagination.
- CHRISTOPHER SHANNON
Christopher graduated from the master degree of Menswear, Central St.Martins, United Kingdom. He gained inspirations from Viviane Sassen, John Stezaker, Paul Graham, Erik Steinbrecher and the Wild Bunch crew, with the comfortable and remarkable cutting creates the stylish sportswear.
- CLOVER CANYON
CLOVER CANYON carries whole production in LA, each series is full of fun colors to show the unique happy feelings of California.
- COMME DES GARCONS
Rei Kawakubo is an avant-garde Japanese fashion designer whose work is distinguished by its warped asymmetry, distressed fabrics and monochromatic palette. Since her rise to prominence in the early 1980s, she has become influential for her work under the label “Comme des Garcons” (trans. “Like Boys”), of which she is the part-time owner.
- COMME DES GARCONS PLAY
PLAY COMME des GARCONS was launched since 2003, the street-style design attracts a congregation of young fashion lovers, becoming a well-known fashion brand.
- COMME DES GARCONS SHIRT
French for “like boys”, Rei Kawakubo’s COMME des GARÇONS is heralded in Japan, but popular world over. The label is renowned for her conceptualism. In 1988, the brand introduced COMME des GARÇONS SHIRT, which is typified by bold colours, eye-catching print, and panelled detailing, presenting the brand in a contemporary manner.
- CURRENT ELLIOT
Taking a modern approach to the American classic, Current/Elliott seeks to transcend denim trends with its unique silhouettes, classic fit, and everlasting aesthetics. Constantly inspired by the past yet always looking to the future, Current/Elliott continually delivers its customers with more of what they have always loved.
D.GNAK is the darling boy in Korea’s fashion scene right now. He has broken plenty of records in mere six years. He was the first Korean designer to have shown his solo collection twice during London Fashion Week. He also wants to show in Milan in a near future because for him Milan is the epitome of high fashion.
- DANIEL PALILLO
Born in Finland, Daniel Palillo graduated from the University of Art & Design Helsinki, and later worked as a buyer for Wunder fashion boutique. He launched his first collection in 2008, staying true to the concept of "It's not just fashion, it's a (R)evolution."
- DARK SHADOW
Dark Shadow is the hi-end denim subordinary line by Rick Owens starting from SS05. Born and raised in California, Rick Ownes spent a number of years cutting patterns for knock-off and sportswear companies, before embarking on his own label.
- DELFINA DELETTREZ
Known as a design genius, Delfina first created her jewels collection when she was at the beginning of her twenties. Delifina's series are always surprising with creative ideas and unique designs.
Established in 1829, Delvaux has experienced over two centuries of changes. With its persistence to traditional quality, uniqueness and personal style, the designers continue to experiment with different leather.
Born in Seoul, South Korea's young fashion designer Minyoung Chang was passionate about fashion when he was young. His major in university was graphic design and then studied fashion design in Florence,Italy.
- DEMOO PARKCHOONMOO
Demi Park has been at the forefront of Korean avant garde design since 1988, when she launched her label DEMOO PARKCHOONMOO. Subsequently, she launched her eponymous line, PARKCHOONMOO. Responding to high demand, the designer opened her first retail store in 1988 in trendy Apgujungdong (Korea) and expanded quickly into other Asian markets. Since then, Demi’s designs have become iconic of a modern, architectural and yet fluid style. Underlying her edgy but wearable designs is an artistic sensibility and superb fit derived from couture roots translated into ready-to-wear. Demi favors the striking impact of monotones such as black and white, punctuated by counterpoints of color, and layering to create new combinations that have become a signature of the PARKCHOONMOO aesthetic
- DESIGNERS REMIX
Recognized as the queen of three-dimensional cutting, Charlotte Eskildsen and husband Niels Eskildsen launched the brand in 2002. Using architectural landscapes as their inspirations, their garments focus on cutting, offering a collection of constructive details.
Founded by the two french designers Ophelie Klere & Francois Alary in 2003, the main concept of the designers' line has been to push their humor to its limits. The remaining inspiration for every collection is just their way of life, their own way of seeing things: dead, dark, lovely and funny in the same time.
Though "Dictionary" is a simple book that provides direct translation, an element of surprise is hidden to offer more. Established in 2008, the collection is based on the concept of minimalism, while offering unique astonishment.
DIGAWEL is founded by the designer Kohei Nishimura in 2006. Compared with other Japanese brand, DIGAWEL is relatively low profile. The designer hopes to abandon all the standard on clothing, strives to create the design with DIGAWEL identity, which is in turn highly personalized.
- DIOR HOMME
Dior Homme is the menswear division of Christian Dior. It began revolutionizing the menswear world in fall 2001. The brand is best-known for its slim fitting silhouettes and Rock ‘n’ Roll style.
Established by Best, Patipat Chaipukdee in 2008, Drycleanonly is a Thai brand which was originally found in the world biggest flea market, Chatuckak. As the brand name suggested, all garments can only be dry-cleaned as they are all handmade with beading, chain, cut-out and feathers details. After being worn by Rihanna in 2010, Drycleanonly have grown rapidly these years that it can also be found in Korean and France.
- DUMMYHEAD DEPAYSEMEN
Dummyhead Depaysemen was founded by Satoko Ozawa in 2009, the brand concept is “Genderless”. Her designs put a new spin on menswear through integrating heterogeneity into the everyday.
Founded in 2004, Duvetica offers high quality down garments that use only the most expensive and rare Grey Goose feather from France. On the other hand, fabrics are made with precise technique, creating a young and stylish collection of down jackets.
Edward Tautz founded E. Tautz in 1867, in 1968, the label was acquired by the Savile Row firm of Norton & Sons, In 2005, Patrick Grant acquired Norton & Sons, with a background in telecommunications and "no fashion or tailoring experience". The "long-forgotten" brand E. Tautz was relaunched by Norton & Sons as a ready-to-wear collection in 2009, Patrick Grant says his focus is on "simple pieces, made by hand in the U.K. The company claims to mixes Savile Row tailoring with the sporting and military traditions.
- ENSOR CIVET
Ensor Civet is known for its elegant designs, ideal for the modern women that are sharp in senses and strong in personality. Using unique fabrics and cutting, the brand focuses on "Feminine Mood and Men's Works" as their core concept, creating a line of edgy collection. Within a short period of time, the brand is now visible among notable select shops in Japan, including Loveless, Adam et Rope, Isetan Restyle PLUS and more.
- eYe JUNYA WATANABE MAN
Graduated from Bunka Fashion College, Junya Watanabe joined Comme des Garçons as a pattern cutter. Although designing under his own name, Watanabe still works under the overall Comme des Garçons title.
Facetasm is a young Japanese label that has great influence on the fashion industry in Japan. Prior to establishing his own label in 2007, designer Hiromichi Ochiai previously worked at Comme des Garcons and Undercover. Facetasm offers different levels of understanding and views, mixing unique cultures together to create a collection filled with imagination.
The designer Koji UDO graduated from the MODE college in Tokyo, Japan and joined the famous Japanese brand Beams. After being independent from Beams he continued his study in London and founded the brand FACTOTUM in 2004.
Although Jei Kim young designers has never been to a foreign country for further study, but since little has been nurtured as a pattern designer's father, began at age 12 with his father to study pattern making, and Myong Ji College after attending a two-year course, and establishes its own online store, www.fleamadonnashop.com, their brands into the market. Brand name Flea Madonna inspired Word Primadonna (Italy "first lady"), full designer favored by European and American cultural influences, since less listening to Madonna, Kylie Minogue and Cindy Lauper, she very good at integrating European and American colors into the design, a brand name in Korea makes one. Since the beginning of March 2007 made the brand's first series, Flea Madonna by the Korea sought after fashion magazines and a Han Sung, brand footprint all over the world, including in New York and Japan its Opening Ceremony, Colette in Paris, Singapore Actually, SAUCE of Cannabis Tokyo, Dubai and more shelves.
Born in 1974, worked for Tsumori Chisato after graduation from Bunka Fashion College in 2000 and moved to Frapbois in 2005. Sasaki is now working as the chief designer of Frapbois.
- FRED PERRY
It was at the end of the 1940s that Fred Perry was approached by Tibby Wegner, a former Austrian footballer, with an idea for marketing a sweatband bearing the Fred Perry name.
Making headway with her investigation of a more feminine look, designer Mug presented a series of sassy and sexy designs here. A bright red dress and leopard print coat, as well as enamel ankle boots, dazzled on the gloomily lit G.V.G.V. runway.
- GANRYU COMME des GARCONS
Ganryu COMME des GARCONS is a sub-line of COMME des GARCONS founded by Fumito Ganryu in 2007. Designer Ganryu graduated from Bunka Fashion Graduate University and joined the company in 2004 in the pattern making division of Junya Watanabe. After four years, Ganryu was admired by his excellent creativity and design skill, and launch his personal line in 2007 with pop, avant-garde, and street characteristics.
- GARETH PUGH
Gareth is the most upcoming designer in London, and he’s very popular around the world right now, everyone talks about him. He has been the assistant of Rick Owens, and all his clothing is being produced by Owen Co. (“Rick Owens Empire in Paris”).
The distinctive luxury French brand appointed Riccardo Tisci as Artistic Director and covers a wide range of product. Riccardo draws on the same standard of excellence to twist the codes of the House of Givenchy, restrainedly playing with a palette of non-colours, greys, blacks, whites and beiges, set off with occasional flashes of ruby and topaz, to better outline a streamlined and uncluttered silhouette.
Designer Jong Go Woun was born in 1984 in Seoul in 2009 from France Paris Paris' Studio Bercot fashion school graduate, majoring in women's clothing, one year later, on Korea version of the reality TV show "Project Runway" and became a champion. In 2010, establishing her first women's brand, "GOEN j" brand "La Charmante attention et Libre attitude" (charming attention and free attitude) as the principle, she is talented in feminine and the street element mixed together, combined with high quality materials and fine details, showed free it's very attractive. "GOEN j" are now available in Korea major concept shops within sales, United Kingdom Open Ceremony has injected "GOEN j", showing that it has very high plasticity!
Maki has worked for Yohji Yamamoto for 9 years before launching his first collection in Paris in 1995. Maki's designs focused on deconstruction and reconstruction of the clothes.
- GOSHA RUBCHINSKIY
Thanks to the series for Aglec, Gosha Rubchinskiy is without doubt becoming one of the rising stars at the Berlin Fashion Week. Magazine 032c’s iJoergKoch invited him to exhibit his works at their studio.
HISTORY Since 2009, after the launch of GREEDILOUS, participated in several collections and showrooms in France, USA, HONGKONG, CHINA, SAUDI ARABIA, MEXICO. It is the FIRST BRAND of Designer YOUNHEE PARK’S COMPANY which interprets the modern leading ladies life style in stylish FUTURISTIC MODERNITY. The COLLECTION combined simple and concise silhouette with delicate details combined. In, The Brand is currently thriving and progressing to become the GLOBAL BRAND. CONCEPT GORGEOUS ENERGY & GLAMOROUS SPIRIT SPIRIT The brand identity is created through various items put together for the idea that represents authencity of genuine Haute Couture utilizing the environmental-friendly resources meet nature. TARGET CUSTOMER GREEDILOUS has a vision to convey a clear message of feminine yet mannish modern chic meets classic and originality for confident professional women of late 20s to 40s. Seeks futuristic, popular yet not ordinary, balanced co-existance of conflicts. Styles expressed with MIX & MATCH.
- GROUND ZERO
Ground Zero was set up by 2 brothers in Hong Kong in 2003. It was origianlly famed by its oversized graphics tee but in 2013, Ground Zero deputed its first runway collection in Paris Fashion Week and wrote on a milestone of being the first HK designers doing this.
- HELENE ZUBELDIA
Hélène Zubeldia joins CHLOÉ where she gets a taste of eastern luxury by designing evening dresses for her customers from the Middle-East. She creates a duality by associating sophisticated crystals with large resin bracelets with pure lines.
- HELMUT LANG
Helmut Lang is often referred to the master of Minimalist. He has started developing his fashion career as early as 1977. He opened business in Paris in 1986 and created a series of elegant & high quality items.
- HOOD BY AIR
In 2006, Shayne Oliver founded HOOD BY AIR in New York, using limited selling tactics to operate the business. Even so, the brand still attracted the supports from many hip-hop stars like ASAP ROCKY and Kanye West, earning the fame to become the new popular brand.
- HOUSE OF HOLLAND
Henry Holland designs with a London girl aesthetic in mind and is continually inspired by the variety of attitudes, cultures and mindsets that exist throughout the UK capital. The House of Holland girl is cool, confident and savvy and wears labels without letting them wear her.
- HOUSE OF HOLLAND EYESWEAR
Henry Holland designs with a London girl aesthetic in mind and is continually inspired by the variety of attitudes, cultures and mindsets that exist throughout the UK capital. The House of Holland girl is cool, confident and savvy and wears labels without letting them wear her.
- HUMAN POTENTIAL
Human Potential (or HUPOT) was established by DO and YK in 2008. The brand caught attention from the fashion world with the virtue of its unique print design. The brand's supporters include K-POP stars TVXQ, BIG BANG, 2NE1 and American hip-hop trendsetters such as Big Sean, A$AP Rocky and so on. The meaning of Human Potential is to express the unlimited potential of human; everyone can make their dreams come true. The designers were inspired by philosophy and human mind to set up the brand, injecting their attitude and aesthetics into fashion.
Hideaki Yoshihara graduated Men's Apparel Academy College, worked for a number of well-known fashion brands as Patterner. In 1998 a partnership with his wife Yukiko Ode to launch their fashion brand - Green, with minimalist design, an absolutely material and tailoring, a public tide quickly swept the Japanese people. Two had to say goodbye in 2009, but come back again in August 2013, with the names of the two synthetic 'HYKE' as the new brand name. In addition to implementing the past simple and cleanly designed, also joined Evergreen Timeless design elements of the first winter series, resulting in a lively discussion of the topic of the moment.
- HYSTERIC GLAMOUR
Nobuhiko Kitamura was born in 1962, Tokyo, Japan. He began working for OZONE COMMUNITY CORPORATION in 1984 and established HYSTERIC GLAMOUR as a Chief Designer of the brand. He does not just work on clothing lines, but he directs constructional design of the shops (including exteriors, interiors and fixtures), photo book series of HYSTERIC and everything related to the brand Design concept of HYSTERIC GLAMOUR is based on the 1960’s and 1970’s American cultures that influenced Nobuhiko Kitamura during his childhood, especially music, comics, pornography, automobiles, and as well as mass media culture elements like package designs, neon signs, etc. He adopts those images into his imagination, which is expressed in the clothing lines. Although HYSTERIC GLAMOUR holds fashion show, new collection is presented at HYSTERIC GLAMOUR’s exhibitions quarterly for every season.
I.T traces its beginning back to the seeds of a simple idea: to cater the young individuals with a distinct sense of style. It all began in 1988 with a small 200 square-foot shop featuring brands that were not readily available elsewhere in Hong Kong.
- ILARIA NISTRI
Since 2006 Ilaria Nistri founded the brand and developed fashion & accessories line. Her designs emphasize on the balance between rationality & passion, tradition & innovation, use of handcraftmanship & technology.
InAisce, meaning "in vain" in Gaelic, is the work of a designer based out of New York, Jona. Inspired by historical figures, events, art and photography, as well as incredible stories of actual history. The designer creates visions of utilitarian clothing from the past with a modern touch and unique fabrics.
Origin from Paris designer brothers Laurent and Arik Bitton design simple and yet cool every day wear for women and launched the label IRO on 2004. They have always use delicate fabrics in their collection such as leather, cashmere, silk and pure cotton, the style is combined with street punk as well as Parisian chic.
- ISABEL MARANT
Isabel Marant was born in Paris, France. After graduated from Studio Bercot she worked as assistant of Michel Klein, she has also worked with desigers such as Chloe, Yohji Yamamoto and Ascoli. She started her own label on 1990 and debuted her ever first runway show in Paris in 1994.
- J.W ANDERSON
Born in Ireland, J.W.Anderson believes that fashion design can borrow ideas from both mens and women’s wear. Men’s wear can be inspired by the ideas of women’s wear and vice versa.
- JAMES LONG
Graduated from London’s Royal College of Art, James long was named his favourite young designer by Lanvin’s men’s wear designer Lucas Ossendrijver.
- JEAN PAUL LESPAGNARD
Jean Paul Lespagnard is more than a fashion designer but also a theatre costume designer, visual artist and a stylist for fashion magazines. He started his eponymous brand in 2011.
- JEREMY SCOTT
Jeremy Scott is famous for his colorful and eye-catching designs, and his label is wore by a lot of world class celebrities, i.e. Lady Gaga, Kylie Minogue, Madonna, Katy Perry, Eason Chan and 2NE1.
- JEVOUS ENPRIE!
July 2010, mercibeaucoup,’s sister was born! jevous enprie! is the line of mercibeaucoup, which means “You are welcome” in French. It completes the mainline as an answer of “mercibeaucoup, jevous enprie!” (Thank you very much, you are welcome!) jevous enprie! collection emphasizes simple design and bright colours continuing the happiness message of mercibeaucoup,!
- JIL SANDER
JIL SANDER founding designer Jil Sander established the brand JIL SANDER. In the 1980s, western fashion indystry emphasized on "Less is More" , Jil Sander also earned her reputation as a master of minimalist. Since the departure of Jil Sander from the brand that she well-established, Raf Simons joint the group in 2006 as creative director, and launched a second line, named as Jil Sander Navy.
- JIL SANDER NAVY
Since the departure of Jil Sander from the brand that she well-established, Raf Simons joint the group in 2006 as creative director, and launched a second line, named as Jil Sander Navy.
- JOHNNY HATES JAZZ
Designer Choi Ji Hyung graduated in 2004 from the London College of Fashion, Vivienne Westwood after graduation served as Assistant designer laid for her invaluable experience in fashion design and an understanding of market demand. Subsequently, in 2007, establishing their own brand, "Johnny hates Jazz". They mainly focus on guest residing in Seoul, unique design, its originality combined with reasonable prices, in a few years time has now become the Seoul fashion girl "go-to-brand". Brand specializes in mix and match, and their innovative design, high plasticity but insisted its wearable. Brand concept is to respect the personality of women and the importance of self, that this type of women similar to neutral image of the brand and design, unique and ingenious details like the girl's character.
- JOOMI LIM
Joomi Lim ,who comes from United States, has launched her own jewellery and hair piece collection in Fall Winter 2009 with husband, Xavier Ricolfi. Joomi has a deep admiration for anything related to France.
JOSEPH and his family officially founded the brand with high quality and stylish knitwear. JOSEPH had started the first shop in 1960s in CHELSEA, offering a series of unique & high quality design.
- Julien David
French designer Julien David, who cut his teeth with Narciso Rodriguez and Ralph Lauren, launched his Toyko-based label in 2007. Sharp tailoring and masculine-meets-feminine footwear underpin his signature looks.
- JULIUS MA
Julius is a Japanese fashion label run and designed by Tatsuro Horikawa. The label focuses on presenting a wide array of gothic inspired clothing, utilizing the color black extensively to explore its meaning in both Avant Garde, spiritual, and religious aspects of the designer’s life.
- JUNYA WATANABE
Junya Watanabe is a fashion designer working in Tokyo. Born in Tokyo in 1967, Watanabe graduated from Bunka Fashion College, Tokyo, in 1984 and immediately joined Comme des Garçons as a pattern cutter and underling of founder-owner of Comme des Garçons, designer Rei Kawakubo. Three years later Watanabe began designing the Comme des Garçons 'Tricot’line and after a further five years he introduced his first own-label collection in 1992. Although designing under his own name, Watanabe still works under the overall Comme des Garçons title, which administrates and produces his collections. In 1993 Watanabe moved his shows from Tokyo to Paris and another eight years later he launched a menswear line in 2001.
Julius is a Japanese fashion label run and designed by Tatsuro Horikawa. The label focuses on presenting a wide array of gothic inspired clothing, utilizing the color black extensively to explore its meaning in both Avant Garde, spiritual, and religious aspects of the designer’s life.
- KAAL E. SUKTAE
Kaon was established by Kaoru Yoneyama in 2003. “Kaon” represents a neutral molecule in French. Kaoru wants to let people of all ages and different personalities to create their own chemistry with her designs.
- KAREN WALKER
Karen Walker collections are high casual. The reoccurring theme is taking extremes and pushing them together — masculine and feminine, tailored and street, luxury and non luxury, dark and super-cute. Since Karen Walker has launched the eyewear collection in 2005, the whole brand image has been upgraded.
KENZO itself is an unique alchemy between East and West. "KENZO" brought the idea of "complete freedom" to clothing and accessories, expressed in an infinite fusion of materials, colors, prints and cutting techniques.
- KIDS LOVE GAITE
KIDS LOVE GAITE are to combine classic and trendy elements into its shoes, which are all produced by Japanese shoe manufacturers with long history. The brand designer Sintaro Yamamoto established KIDS LOVE GAITE in 2008. The design is mainly inspired by his time in London. Most of the shoes are manufactured by GOODYEAR WELTED CONSTRUSTION. The signature shoe structure as well as its chunky look has become the brand characteristics.
kiok is one of Korea's most influential designers. The signature fine designs and the use of images, music and lighting in fashion show images make people feels passion & brand's charisma . Founded KANG MODE in 1979, the designer established KANG KIOK BOUTIQUE in 1989, bringing changes to brand itself and also the entire fashion industry. kiok is famous of its denim designs in South Korea, but the designer is also good at adding exquisite details and unique creativity in every single product.
Kitsune was founded in 2002 in Paris by Masaya Kuroki, Patrick Lacey, Gildas Loaec, Benjamin Reichen, Kajsa Stahl and Maki SuzUnited Kingdomi, who both like fashion and music. They are not only musicians but also fashion designers.
- KRIS VAN ASSCHE
Kris Van Assche is a Belgian fashion designer. He studied at the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts, in Antwerp from 1994 to 1998. After graduation he moved to Paris in 1998 and was immediately appointed at Yves Saint Laurent as Hedi Slimane’s first assistant for the Rive Gauche Homme line.
The full name of UK brand KTZ is Kokon To Zai, it is designed by designers Marjan Pejoski and Sasko Bezovski. Marjan Pejoski is the one who had designed the swan dress for Bjork in 2001 Oscar Ceremony. KTZ is famous for its use of crazy & eye-catching graphics and colour, and these design elements have made KTZ an up and coming hot brand in London.
KYE designer Kathleen Kye graduated from the London Central St. Martins. She is the youngest master's degree graduates in the school record, which makes her stand out in the fashion industry, catching the attention from Opening Ceremony with her innovative design. KYE leads a very distinctive style, featuring the combination of different materials and a unique cutting. Her exaggerated designs make traditional menswear more unique but also show masculinity. International superstar G-Dragon is also one of the brand supporters.
- LAD MUSICIAN
Lad Musician was founded by designer Yuichi Kuroda in 1995 in Daikanyama, Japan. Yuichi Kuroda was born in 1964, graduated from Esmode Japon, the famous design school in Japan. He then went to New York for further study. The impact of the local culture and philosophy of the United States affected his future design concepts. Kuroda is a music enthusiast, so naturally injects the music element into the design concept of his own brand. His skinny tailoring has become another unique fashion style in Japan.
One of the most influential designers of the 1920s and '30s, Jeanne Lanvin's skillful use of intricate trimmings, virtuoso embroideries and beaded decorations in clear, light, floral colors became a Lanvin trademark.
- LEP LUSS
Designer Yoshiko Kato graduated at Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne in Paris 2002. The other designer Seiji Igeta worked from 2002 to 2006 in the Miyake Design Studio (Issey Miyake)'s "A-Poc". When two people meet in 2006 during publish their personal design exhibition in France, in 2008 founded the brand "LEP LUSS". Brand philosophy is "finding design within simplicity", in order to focus on minimalist design, with neat tailoring the design to bring out another round of girls’ clothing styles, a public tide quickly swept the Japanese people.
- LEWIS LEATHER
Lewis Leathers is a British motorcycles leather clothing brand with the longest history. Founded in 1892, D Lewis Ltd began manufacturing leather clothing for motorcycles racing. The brand has now been equivalent to motorcycles and British rock history.
- LIMI FEU
Opening with a camisole dress matched with engineer boots, this collection depicted a strong woman who stood in stark contrast to last season's sweet and sexy girls.
- LINDA FARROW
Linda Farrow was one of the first designers to treat eyewear as fashion and established her brand in 1970. The luxury eyewear of Linda Farrow rose quickly to acclaim amongst stylish Londoners and international jet set.
Akihiko Kimura graduated BUNKA Fashion College, 2010 Established personal design brand "LOKITHO", the design concept is "For Witty Women", by observing women everyday wear, inspired by the design inspiration, the use of traditional Japanese and meticulous tailoring skills, focusing on appearance and fabric texture, all embody the designer's dedication and drive power, to design a unique feminine clothing line.
Inspired by the Hellenistic sculptures and ancient character Salome story, the series focus on the complex patterns and made them simplistic but still maintain the magnificent beauty.
- LOU DALTON
London based designer Aitor Throup was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1980. He arrived in Burnley, Lancashire in 1992 and it was there that Throup developed a passion for labels such as Stone Island and C.P. Company.
- LOUISE AMSTRUP
Danish designer Louise Amstrup graduated at Akadamie Mode Design with "Graduate Talent" price. She has worked with many diverse fashion designers such as Alexander McQueen, Jonathan Saunders, Alistair Carr and Sophia Kokosalaki etc.
Shinsuke Takizawa was born in 1967 in Nagano, Japan. He loves strange and rare animals like chameleons and lizards. He also loves military figures and injects his interests into the designs. Therefore, many of his designs are related to military. Shinsuke Takizawa is so dedicated to his brand NEIGHBORHOOD, so he inspects and pays attention to every design detail. In addition to NEIGHBORHOOD, Shinsuke Takizawa is also responsible for its second-line brand Luker by NEIGHBORHOOD.
LUTZ HUELLE was launched in 2000 with first Presentation at Fabrice Hybert‘s Studio in Paris and is now sold in around 70 Multibrand Stores worldwide.
Founded by Charles Macintosh in 1823, MACKINTOSH originated in Scotland the United Kingdom. The brand is the pioneer of the rubber waterproof fabric. At the time, it invented adding rubber in between two layers of cotton cloth, and dried it with a wheel pressing back and forth, which became the world's the first coat with 100% waterproof features, getting a patent on the design.The brand insists on strict selection of high quality waterproof soft cotton as the main material, and high temperature processing of waterproof rubber fabric binding. The whole procedure is completely handmade. Therefore, the brand is still representing the traditional master handicraft of the United Kingdom.
- MAISON DU POSH
Azreal Sky refuses to turn the brand itself to be a popular & massive symbol. MAISON DU POSH emphasizes creativity, freedom and individuality. Its collections can always show the elegancy, superiority and uniqueness to fashion-lovers.
- MAISON MARTIN MARGIELA
Maison Martin Margiela was found in 1988 and presented his first collection in 89 S/S. MM6, the basic garments for women was introduced 1998. 10, the wardrobe for men debuted in 1999. 4, the wardrobe for women was introduced in 04 S/S.
- MARC JACOBS
In 1989 Jacobs and business partner Robert Duffy joined Perry Ellis as Vice-President of Women’s Design and President respectively. In 1992, the CFDA once again bestowed Jacobs with a distinct honor: the Women’s Designer of the Year Award for his fabled Grunge Collection.
- MARKUS LUPFER
Markus Lupfer graduated in 1997 from London’s University of Westminster with a first-class honors degree. With his refreshingly unique style and artful way he redefined everyday basics, his critically acclaimed final year collection was immediately bought by London boutique Koh Samui.
The fashion line started in 1994, when Castiglioni became known for her contributions to the design of fur, stemming from her husband's family fur business.At the time, fur was typically designed in an old-fashioned manner, but Castiglioni instead treated it as a normal fabric to make modern, wearable clothing.Her fashion line, named after her sister Marni, grew as her customers needed something to wear under or with their fur. Today, the company produces ready-to-wear clothing, handbags, jewelry, and eyewear. Jenna Lyons, senior vice president of women's design for J.Crew, attributes Marni's success to the "post-Tom Ford era,"saying that women are lately being bold through color, print, and shape rather than through overt sex appeal and are dressing more for other women than for men.Marni launched its first menswear line in Fall 2007, introducing leggings as standalone bottoms for men.
- MATTHEW MILLER
Matthew Miller is a young British designer, founded his own label in 2010. He graduated in Royal Colleage of Art with the graduation work “THE IRONY OF MASCULINITY AND HIS JOVIAL APPROACH TO THE MACABRE”, which has gained a great acclaim and being awarded as “ the most potential fashion new star” from the VOGUE Magazine.
- McQ ALEXANDER McQUEEN
With his continually provocative shows and outrageous designs, Alexander McQueen has solidified his reputation as the bad boy of fashion. The designer's potent mix of controversy, creativity, and technical mastery has earned him three British Designer of the Year awards and a faithful celebrity following (fans include David Bowie and Prodigy's Keith Flint).
- MELLOW PLANET
Gyeju Jo in art and design at Hongik University in Seoul in 27, took to the road to designer shortly after graduation. Gyeju Jo MELLOW PLANET created a unique style, with great quality of Korea people of all ages love successfully captured the hearts of many young men and women, soon in Korea fashion industry rose up quickly. MELLOW PLANET advocate "NOT CHILDISH, BUT HAVING CONCEPT" and "NO HESITATION FOR GROWN-UP TO WEAR, BUT UNUSUAL" ("It is not naïve if there is concept inside") and dared to be different unique concept, interesting, bizarre style, more wide robe sleeves loose-fitting cropped out of the lively atmosphere, and without distinction as to sex.
Born in 1966. One year after enrolling at Esmod Japon in 1986, she moved to France to study at Studio Bercot. After working at Zucca and Tsumori Chisato, she debuted her own brand FRAPBOIS in Tokyo in 01-02 A/W. In 2005, she left FRAPBOIS and launched her new brand mercibeaucoup, this season.
Graduated from Bunka Fashion College in 1994, Miyao worked as patterner for COMME des GARCONS for nearly 13 years. His designs were deeply influenced by Rei Kawakubo. In 2005, he collaborated with young designers such as Ross Menuez on a year long project called Salvor Projects in New York city. In 2011, he officially started his own brand MIYAO.
MM6 is the sister label to cult superbrand Maison Martin Margiela. The range consists of easily mixable separates, shoes and accessories comprising of wearable day-to-day basics. Pieces can be worn a variety of different ways, encouraging the wearer to express her own style and individuality whilst staying true to the distinctive style of the mainline collection.
- MONDAY EDITION
Korea new jewelry design brand - Monday Edition strives to deliver a story or a message through jewelry within the bounds of the feminine trends. The brand itself also delivers joy in products with some spark or attitude that may shock people and show products in different ways that extend beyond the jewelry.
MOSCOT is a New York eyewear brand and founded in 1915 by MOSCOT's family.
- Mother of Pearl
An avid sportswoman and fashion enthusiast, Founder Maia Norman’s lifestyle and surroundings have heavily influenced the brand ethos and direction of Mother of Pearl. Designer ensures that the collection’s colour-way sits perfectly with the selected artworks and that the silhouettes and detailing stay true to the sports luxe aesthetic with which the Mother of Pearl label is synonymous.Fusing their signature sportswear inspired aesthetic with luxury fabrics, Mother of Pearl’s coveted pieces have gained a global cult following.
Brand designer Massumo Gioretti was chosen as one of the best new designers by Vogue in 2010. Introducing a Kaleidoscope world made of colours, shapes and lines capable of inexorably catching the public interest and attention and acknowledging MSGM as one the most intriguing brand of the moment.
In2006, designer Ludovica Virga was inspired by a trip in Bali and decided to start her first factory of her MUA MUA dolls production. “MUA MUA” comes from the Italian onomatopoeia of kissing sound. MUA MUA is famous for creating cartoon-like celebrities dolls. All MUA MUA dolls are handmade in Bali and all garments are made in Italy. The brand grew rapidly after Karl Lagerfeld was spotted carrying his MUA MUA doll.
- MULLER OF YOSHIOKUBO
Yoshio Kubo graduated from the Philadelphia University’s school of Textile & Science in 2000. He had been working for New York haute couture designer “Robert Danes” as an assistant designer for 4 years in New York. “muller of yoshiokubo Spring / Summer 2007 collection” is launched from 2006
Michiko Nakayama graduated from Tokyo’s Dressmaker Gakuin and founded her own brand MUVEIL in 2007. The word MUVEIL is coined by French word MUGUET and English word VEIL. Muguet means purity and the arrival of happiness and joy. The brand hopes for people to gain their own happiness. Inspired by her childhood memories, the designer creates fashion that evokes a heartwarming ambience. The clothes are expressive and born in the modern times. Nakayama likes to infuse the cute elements beloved by her young female fans into her collection such as embroidery, lace, fur, floral, animal pattern and et al. The clothes bring wearers to a romantic, dreamy and mysterious world.
- N. HOOLYWOOD
Born in Kanagawa, in 1974. After working as a buyer for vintage shops, DaisUnited Kingdome Obana established his own label "N.HOOLYWOOD" and opened the first self-standing store "Mister hollywood" in 2000.
Based on an upside down world dreamed of by a child, Ne-Net is the collection of a series of hippy styles with combinations of fairy-tale styles motif printed fabrics crafted into relaxed silhouettes. Kazuaki Takashima was appointed as a designer of Ne-net in 2005 and has been showing at Tokyo Collection from Spring Summer 2006.
- NEIL BARRETT
Neil studied at both Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design and the Royal College of Art in London. Launched his own brand - Neil Barrett Womenswear Collections, Neil Barrett has attracted celebrities like Madonna, Kirsten Dunst, Angelina Jolie, Kate Hudson and Robin Wright.
- NINA RICCI
Nina Ricci was born out of the dream of an exceptional woman. She had a passion for French sophistication and it was clear for her that a woman’s beauty emanates from the thousand facets of her femininity, with an allure accompanying her every movement.
- NO.21 BY ALESSANDRO DELL'ACQUA
Designer Alessandro Dell'Acqua was born in Comune di Napoli in Italy, graduated in 1982 from Istituto Superiore di Design. He named the brand after his birthday December 21 as 21 was his lucky number. He creates clothes that are feminine, fashionable and edgy.
- NOEL STEWART
Noel Stewart is a London-based internationl women’s hat manufacturer. The designer Noel Stewar graduated with a master’s degree in the Royal College of Art. Noel has collaborated with designer Dai Rees and apprenticed with Stephen Jones at the house of Christian Dior Couture.
NONNATIVE is founded in 1999. The brand takes inspiration from experiences gained in travel and the brand’s surroundings, using this to produce garments that reconstruct details from military, outdoor and work wear clothing.
Nude:Masahiko Maruyama designers Masahiko Maruyama in 1968, Hyogo Japan in which Maruyama, after several years in major fashion companies, the Nude:Masahiko Maruyama finally in 1996 set up a personal brand and distribute women's series, and became men's wear collection in 2002. Beginning in 2008 and 2007 respectively based on syndrome differentiation of women's to men's show in Paris. "Nude" design concept as its name implies, designer obsessed with material, which does not require too much handling with deliberate design, hoping to streamline contours, while pursuit the originality of the material. Stressed by the simple beginning, collection of dark, Layered and Relax on the basis created break through the boundaries of gender and age Unisex designs. Brand in a simple style, joined the complex structural aesthetics, strong creativity is also a popular of Nude.
O’2nd WAS FOUNDED IN 1997 IN SEOUL, KOREA. SINCE THE LAUNCH, THE COLLECTION REMAINS A LEADER IN THE CONTEMPORARY MARKET THE INTENTION OF THE BRAND IS TO FOCUS ON A SPIRIT RATHER THAN IDENTIFYING WITH AN INDIVIDUAL. IT IS ABOUT THE CLOTHING, THE PERSONALITY, THE EXPERIENCE, THE FUN. O’2nd IS A JOURNEY OF ITS OWN CONTRADICTION. AN ENGAGEMENT OF A DREAMER AND A PRAGMATIST. A COLLAGE OF PURPOSEFUL CLOTHING WITH A TALENT TO REINVENT CLASSICS THROUGH A MODERN LENS.
- OFF WHITE
Best known as Kanye West's style advisor, Virgil has truly become one of the influencers in the fashion world. And in the upcoming season, Virgil announces the first collection of his own label -- Off White, which is a streetwear-meets-fashion line that builds on, and expands upon, Pyrex Vision. Pyrex Vision was comprised of third-party merchandise, such as Champion T-shirts, screen-printed with Abloh-designed graphics; Off-White will be a full cut-and-sew line, made in Italy.
- OLYMPIA LE-TAN
Affected by father, Olympia le-tan was born in a house surrounded by beautiful books. Designer famously creates various clutches of classic literature books made with impeccable handcraft and colorful graphics.
- OPENING CEREMONY
Opening Ceremony, founded by Carol Lim and Humberto Leon in 2002, has evolved from the in house brand of a New York department store, into a leader in the market of combining avant-garde styling and streetwear.
- OSTWALD HELGASON
Ostwald Helgason is a London brand founded by Susanne Ostwald and Ingvar Helgason. Ostwald Helgason is famous of mixing different colors & patterns for the collections and they are loved by the street-fashion lovers. SS14 Collection is exclusively available at I.T.
- OVERALL MASTER CLOTH
Overall Master Cloth is a new division of Carhartt. The collection is the mixture of modern and functional designs, presented in a contemporary style, as the evolution of Carhartt menswear. The design concept of the brand is rooted in the history of Carhartt worker clothing, with the usage of traditional fabrics, while incorporating innovative materials and popular cultural elements to position uniquely between hi-street fashion and ready-to-wear clothing.
The combination of fashion and technology design is the brand uniqueness of the Korean Brand Designer IMSEONOC uses sustainable design concept and combines with seamless cutting to product durable products.
- PAULA CADEMARTORI
Founded in 2011, the brands PAULA CADEMARTORI is famous of its unique design & materials and grabbed all the attention from the famous fashion magazines such as VOGUE,ELLE,MARIE CLAIRE.
- PEACHOO + KREJBERG
Peachoo Datwani and Roy Krejberg started the brand in 2004. They love mix and matching and use an architectural perspective to create the fashion. They don’t believe that a collection can only be inspired by a single source of idea but they trusted their soul to create fashion.
- PETAR PETROV
Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi created the brand PREEN after graduated from Winchester School and Central Lancashire respectively. The brand PREEN first excited the fashion world with its amazing all in one pieces, followed by many other designs. Since then the brand has been many stylists, celebrities favorite and currently selling across 25 different countries.
- PETER JENSEN
Peter Jensen is a Danish-born, London-based mens and womenswear designer.Inspired by the famous Andersen fairy tales in his childhood, Jensen’s designs combine fantasy into his collection. He uses velvet color combinations, quirky tailoring and vigorous characteristic to design his master pieces.
- PHOEBE ENGLISH
Graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2011 with a master degree, Phoebe English created her own label when she was 25. She got a lot of awards such as L'Oreal Professional Creative Award & Vauxhall Fashion Scout's Merit Award,etc
- Piece D'anarchive
Piece d’Anarchive (a name created by combining ‘anarchy’ and archive) was founded by two French sisters Deborah and Priscilla Royer and their friend Virginie Muys with the aim to shake things up when it came to basic knitwear. The trio managed to persuade one of France’s last remaining knit factories (whose clients already include most of the Parisian luxury houses) to take on their production which ensures each piece has been crafted to the highest possible standard.
PIGALLE is a Paris-based street fashion brand founded by Stephane Ashpool in 2008. Inspired by the communities of Paris, Ashpool combines street wear and neat styles, in addition to a bit of rebellious attitudes into his collection. With the blessing from famous celebrities A$AP ROCKY, Rihanna and Barbara Palvin, the brand becomes one of the hottest street wear brands in Europe and America, taking the label to the next level.
plumpynuts was established by two designers who are Miyuki Omichi and Ayumi Kit. They first established the brand “Foundation Addict” which caught people’s eyes with it vintage and fun designs. In Sep 2009, they established the new brand “plumpynuts” and opened its first store “SHOW CASE” by plumpynuts in Harajuku.
- PREEN BY THORNTON BREGAZZI
Preen was foundered in 1996 by Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi. They are renowned for their distinctive and clever cutting. Their experimentation often starts with the simplest of shapes and then springs off into detail, asymmetry, drape or fold.
pushBUTTON is a women’s wear design that was launched in 2003. Since its launch, the brand had rapidly acquired strong followings within fashion community with its unique, quirky, crazy and fun design. pushBUTTON’s bold and daring collection made fashion insiders often say that the most rising designer who has been looking for exactly. pushBUTTON aims to innovate the new of the new in fashion. Its experimental and conceptual designs have been hailed not only by fashion industry people but also by trendy consumers who are always looking for something unique and fun to wear. pushBUTTON’s innovative design also instantly gained strong celebrity followings since its launch in 2003. With its target group of early twenties to mid thirties who are trendy and fashion conscious, pushBUTTON never fails to satisfy their high expectation with its fun, edge yet feminine and sexy collections.
- RAD BY RAD HOURANI
Rad Hourani reinvents fashion by transcending its conventions, creating a unisex luxury that is changing women’s and men’s wardrobes since he launched his namesake label in 2007 in Paris.
- RAG & BONE
Founded in 2002, Rag & Bone had one very clear vision in mind: to make clothes that are fit to wear for every day use. With no formal fashion training, Marcus Wainwright & David Neville began their journey with learning how to make jeans, and were surrounded with people who had been making patters, cutting fabric and sewing their entire lives.
RE:CODE is a Korea professional value-added recycled brands. Launched in March 2012, they considered brands from around the world from the ashing it washed fabrics and clothing, to protect brand integrity. They restructure materials to recreate its worth, RE:CODE re-interpretation of design challenges the mainstream fashion industry, back to the environment. Design concept allows them to be in the nature of the meaning in the marketplace, many independent designers also hope to join their ranks by everyone working together designing and branded each one indispensable member. Cooperation designers including the famous United Kingdom collectible brands JUNKY styling Andee Kang,Jaewoong Jeong,ByungMun Seo. RE:CODE for the sake of quality clothing, purchasing and manufacturing process is very time consuming, so produced are modest and each one is unique and special.
Founded in 2004, the brand has designed different styles of T-SHIRT, caps, shirts, knitwear, jeans, jackets and accessories, etc.
- RED VALENTINO
Red Valentino tells a contemporary fairytale, one that combines freshness and classic style. Symbolizing a glamorous, romantic and playful parallel world where anything is possible, Red revisits, through innovative visual language, the timeless beauty of Valentino.
- RETRO SUPER FUTURE
RETRO SUPER FUTURE, also known as Super Sunglasses, was launched in 2007 by Italian publishers of PIG Magazine, Daniel and Simon Beckerman. It collaborates fashion with practicability, creating a sunglasses trend in the fashion scene. To ensure quality is maintained, each pair is handmade in an Italian firm.
- RICHARD NICOLL
Esteemed British designer Richard Nicoll has constantly been praised for his work since graduating from Central Saint Martin’s in 2002. Before launching his solo label in 2005, he gained a reputation working alongside Marc Jacobs at Louis Vuitton. He has subsequently become the Creative Director for Cerruti’s Womanwear, Design Director for Fred Perry’s Womanwear, and is now launching his 7th bestselling capsule at Topshop as well as picking up a loyal A-list clientele like Diane Kruger, Sienna Miller, Kylie Minogue, Kate Bosworth, Kiera Knightly and Sofia Coppola.
- RICK OWENS
Rick Owens is good at mixing wetern street fashion with japanese tradtional culture, making his own label simple & modern.
- RICK OWENS LILIES
Rick Owens is good at mixing wetern street fashion with japanese tradtional culture, making his own label simple & modern.
Roarguns as known as roar in JAPAN, meaning to bark or to hawl or to scream, we incorporate our original taste into fabric development and its processing. As noticeable in our line, luxurious casual flair is present in everyway. Even if it may come as risks, they stick to a policy of trying to new and fresh thing.
Founded by Marcel Rochas in 1925, Rochas has always been celebrities’ favorite to red carpet events. Recent years, Marco Zanini became the current leading design director for the brand. Since he joined Rochas, he modernizes the brand with its unique style of design but at the same time without losing the elegant identity of Rochas.
- ROKSANDA ILINCIC
After graduating from Central Saint Martins, the Serbian-born, London-based designer quickly gained recognition for her utterly modern eveningwear. Roksanda Ilincic's creations are the epitome of effortless elegance.
- ROQUE ILARIA NISTRI
Designer ilaria nistri has used her wide travel experience on the design of her collections; whether it's the fabrication or the cutting, she is the pioneer in taking exotic approaches to create one of a kind clothings. Her designs focuses on the technique of mix fabrics and feminine silhouettes with an edge.
Graduated from reowned London College of Fashion, Korean designer YZ Song had worked for international labels Jonathan Saunders and Alexander McQueen, plus being awarded the Best Ready to wear in GenArt International Competition in New York. S=YZ has a group of Korean pop stars supporters and gained extensive exposure in Korean magazines and TV. The designer adds classic design to the basic items, creating a series of wearable clothes. Also, designer's work is an unique expression of the trend itself,
- SAINT LAURENT PARIS
Starting from SS13, Yves Saint Laurent has changed its name to Saint Laurent Paris together with its new logo. Saint Laurent Paris is a luxury fashion house founded by Yves Saint Laurent and his partner, Pierre Bergé. Yves Saint Laurent, founder of the brand, died in 2008.
- SASS & BIDE
Designers Sarah Jane Clarke and Heidi Middleton are the founders of Australian brand Sass and Bide in 1999. The brand started off by selling online, at the time all the clothing is designed and handmade by Sarah Jane and Heidi themselves, the cutting edge vintage design with a touch of feminine style has raised attention to the fashion world, and soon followed by participating in 2002 London Fashion Week.
- SEE BY CHLOE
Diffusion line of Chloe, See by Chloe also defines chic, sensual, French style with romantic, fluid clothes that Chloe created in the early fifties that marked a bold departure from the stiff formality of women fashion.
- SHADES OF GREY
Micah Cohen founded Shades of Grey in 2009, he always believed that style and practicality are not at odds with each other. He started the brand to make progressive fashion more wearable, attainable and accessible. That philosophy is the backbone of the brand. The name Shades of Grey is about a balance between extremes. It reflects my goal of balancing fashion forward concepts with wearability and accessibility. It's about finding moderation and combining both the traditional and the daring.
- SHARON WAUCHOB
Graduated from reowned fashion school Central St. Martins, Sharon Wauchob was invited to be invloved in projects by Louis Vuitton. She established her own label in 1998 with her name "S.Wauchob" and developed a series of high-end fashion.
SHIROMA is the label from the designer Shiho Shiroma. Established in SS2008 and started to exhibit in Paris during SS2010. Born on 1981, Shiho Shiroma had the experience of designing and planning for one of the largest scale overseas Licensed Line from Japan.
A collaboration between Joe Bates, Sid Bryan and Cozette McCreery, SIBLING is all for one and one for all. The three bring with them a strong heritage of experience with top name designers. SIBLING launched on May 29th 2008 born out of a desire to give knitwear for men a good old fashioned shake-up with cartoon ka-pows of colour and bams of very English humour.
- SIMONE ROCHA
Simone Rocha is the daughter of Irish designer John Rocha – but her style is very different. She describes it as “modern and strong, yet romantic”. While the romantic influence is apparent, there is a delicate freshness about Simone’s clothes that stem from her treatment of lace and crochet in an emphatically modern and minimalist way.
SOE was founded by its head designer and creative lead Soichiro Ito in 2001 as a line of original men’s clothing that would be completely different from its contemporaries by presenting a wide array of experimental material pairings and meticulous cutting techniques.
- SONIA BY SONIA RYKIEL
Born in Paris in 1930, her first designs were maternity dresses for herself in 1962. She opened her first boutique in 1968. She is well known as "Queen of Knit".
Formed by Kiyonaga Hirofumi in 1998. Since he is a football enthusiast, his designs often consist of element from the sport. In the early day, the brand is called Soph. but since then it has changed into the menswear line, SOPHNET, and womenswear, sophnet.
Found in 2009 by Chris Stamp; Stampd, the west coast “avantstreet” accessories line represents contemporary luxury that has evolved past high street-wear whilst retaining its iconic styling cues. The line has grown to include a full lifestyle collection with nine capsules born under the Stampd legacy. With quality always proceeding quantity, the brand continues to gain inspiration from west and east coast cultures, while growing methodically with their valued customers held at the highest regard.
- STELLA MCCARTNEY
The daughter of ex-Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife Linda, Stella McCartney studied fashion design in London. In 2001 to develop her own label as part of the Gucci group, she opened her New York store in 2002.
- STEVE J & YONI P
The brand is famous of its street style with the combination of understated luxury. The colorful designs with sexy & cool style make the brand itself a very potential brand.
Since 2003 Spring/Summer, Kuwahara restarted his brand changing the namefrom “I.S. Sunao Kuwahara” to “sunaokuwahara”, identifying it as a brand that expresses a new value as it attains depth, and highly purified originality.
- T BY ALEXANDER WANG
Alexander Wang is the most popular & young asian designer in New York. His designs are always favourable and being awarded by CFDA.
- TAMAKI FUJIE
Tamaki went over to U.K. after graduating from Rikko university in 2003. She entered Fashion Print department at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2005, after studying at Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 2004. Tamaki worked for Alexander McQueen while in college and graduated in June 2009. She started her own label, TAMAKI FUJIE, from 2013 S/S collection
- THE RERACS
Established in 2010, THE RERACS stands for “SCRAP AND RE-BUILD”, which combines modern elements into traditional uniform. That makes boring uniforms become fashionable and wearable. For just a few years, THE RERACS has rapidly raised into a well-known brand in Japan.
- THE SOLOIST
The Soloist was founded by the former designer of Number (N)ine, Takahiro Miyashita, making a comeback as a high-end menswear brand. The brand perfectly combined street fashion, punk and cult culture as well as high fashion. With unique tailoring design and distinctive material handling, the brand creates a wide range of menswear series.
- THE STUDIO K
The modern design from the Studio K reflects the designer's creativity and also the exquisite tailoring and details. Designer studied art in Korea and then studied fashion design in US. The background of art & fashion design made every items professional & with high awareness. The brand itself has gained a lot of K-pop supporters such as Girls Generation,CN BLUE, etc.
- THEYSKENS' THOERY
Olivier Theyskens was the creative director of Rochas and Nina Ricci and he is famous of his personal style & creative designs.
- THOM BROWNE
Borned in 1965 in US, Thom Browne started his career as showroom sales at Giorgio Armani, then moved to CLUB MONACO as designer which greatly affected & inspired his collections afterwards. He announced his first womenswear collection in 2011 and grabbed all the attention from fashion lovers
- THOMAS WYLDE
Paula thomas is top model turned designer and founded together with the famous designer Julien MacDonald; currently based in los angeles, the brand has kept its uk cool with feminine fabrics and edgy prints. Skulls are one of the brand's signature detail.
Tibi is an American brand, it has own one of the biggest contemporary womanswear collection. Tibi is found in more than 500 department stores and luxury retail stores, for example : Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdale's etc. Designer - Amy Smilovic has actively showcase her collection in allover the world and it has been well received by bloggers and fashion editors.
ts was founded in 1999 by Takuji SuzUnited Kingdomi. In 2009, ts reformed and changed its name to ts(s). Designer added some new elements in the traditional design. The design focuses on the foundation and change, classic and new design, casual and formal, respectively.
- TSUMORI CHISATO
With the title of Assistant Designer to Issey Miyake for Issey Sports under her belt, Tsumori Chisato successfully introduced her own brand named after her name during the Tokyo Fashion Expo in 1990. Since then, her distinct style has been recognized in the world of glitz and glam; styles include floral print and geometrical patterns.
Jun Takahashi Jun s established a label “NOWHERE” with Nigo. First stepped on the stage in Paris, Jun has amazed the fashion world that he was described as “the only Japanese fashion designer who can rock the fashion industry besides Rei Kawakubo and Yohji Yamamoto”.
Los Angeles streetwear brand UNIF came from the short form of "UR NOT IN FASHION", it's design has combined streetwear and fashion silhouette which reflect the latest Los Angeles trend. Designer Eric Espinoza has showed passion for fashion when he was small and therefore he set up UNIF in 2003.
- UNIFORM EXPERIMENT
uniform experiment has been started by SOPH.co.,ltd. as an experimental project for mens clothing since 2008. The identity of the brand has built up with several elements such like its original themes for each collection such like "color chart" and "U.E.NAVY".
Founded by Valentino Garavani in 1960, Valentino hired Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli as the creative directors since 2008. In 2009, they showcased their first haute couture collection amazing the fashion world.
The brand designer Ryo Ishikawa was born in 1975. He had worked in different fashion houses; then founded his their own brand VANQUISH. The design of VANQUISH leads a tough and dark style. Brand positioning focuses on showing a unique and stylish street fashion through its original designs, so as to offer the young Japanese men another attractive alternative.
- VIKTOR & ROLF
Viktor Horsting & Rolf Snoeren worked together as Viktor and Rolf since 1993. Renowned for the cut and proportion of their designs they turn recognisable, classic forms into unfamiliar features, such as oversized shirt collars, sleeves and jackets.
Designer Nakamura Century was born in 1971 in Kofu, Yamanashi, Japan. After graduating from high school in 1990, he went to Alaska for further study for marketing at Burton Snowboards. visvim men collection rises rapidly as the brand got the favor from “Japanese Fashion Godfather” Hiroshi Fujiwara. visvim is good at adding new elements into the past item to re-integrate to the new collection and product.
- WACKO MARIA
The former Japanese national goalkeeper, Atsuhiko Mori, retired from his football career, and started designing. He gained popularity after crossover products co-designed with YOSHIDA & CO., WTAPS and so on. Later, Mori wanted to produce a more complete series of clothing, so he established a new brand with his friend, Keiji IshizUnited Kingdoma, who is a former player of the J-League football club. And then, WACKO MARIA was founded.
- WALTER VAN BEIRENDONCK
Walter Van Beirendonck was born in 1957 in Brecht, Belgium, graduated in 1980 from Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp and was one of the members of "Antwerp Six". After that, he founded his own brand, Walter Van Beirendonck in 1983 and launched the first fashion collection.
WHIZ is founded by Hiroaki Shitano in 2000. WHIZ is named by the first letter of the creative concept of designer which is "We Have Ideal Zones". In the last season of 20th century, WHIZ LIMITED (WHIZ at the time and changed the name 2003) was established with the publication of the Autumn/Winter Collection 2000.
Born in 1959, Korean female designer Wooyoungmi was a success in the menswear. After graduating from Seoul National University in 1988, she founded his own company Solid Corporation, and opened a menswear boutique. In 1997, the brand of Wooyoungmi began exporting to Europe and the United States. Since 2002, she held fashion shows in Paris, and at the same time, opened specialty stores there. Its products are available around the world in a number of high-end department stores. WOOYOUNGMI is currently a member of the French fashion association - "La Chambre Syndicale".
Yohji Yamamoto presented his first Yohji Yamamoto collection in Paris and in 1984 he presented his first Yohji Yamamoto pour Homme collection. Yohji Yamamoto designed a collection for women based on men's garments, cut in uncluttered shapes, washed fabrics and dark colors. These clothes expressed a functional elegance and sobriety that Yohji Yamamoto would reaffirm, a few years later with Y's for men. Today, Y's and Y's for men have taken their place as practical, day-to-day wear beyond the bounds of fashion and shifting trends.
- YASUTOSHI EZUMI
Fashion brand “Yasutoshi Ezumi” is launched by designer Yasutoshi Ezumi at 2010. The Collection of Yasutoshi Ezumi started from 2010 Autumn Winter. Designer Yasutoshi Ezumi is showing collection of “Yasutoshi Ezumi” and working as Fashion, Textile design and Art Director.
- YOHAN KIM
YOHAN KIM is founded in London in 2009. Very talented Yohan Kim graduated from the London College of Fashion in 2009, when he was still studying in Year 2, a famous brand Michiko Koshino hired him as a designer for women and haute couture series. After graduation, he worked at Balmain Paris as a designer of leather products. Yohan has been aiming to create his own brand, and establish "street red carpet" style, so that's not designed to easily flow into a cliche, but can attract eyeballs right. This goal is finally reached when he met his partner in Central Saint Martins. Yohan launched his first T-shirt series in London in 2009, formally established his own namesake brand.
- YOU ARE NOT ALONE
YOUARENOTLAONE is established by the designer & founder of pushBUTTON Seung-Gun Park, she is a singer and model. Because of adventurous, unconventional ideas, she turned the Korean brand into a tedious fashion scene. Their costumes stand out, and the eyes of people left a deep impression on peer fashion. Unlike pushBUTTON, it aimed to fulfill market needs at reasonable prices, high availability to attract the public, but in her eyes, these two brands are not the level of primary and secondary points, just for the different needs of customers and design.
- ZADIG & VOLTAIRE
Founded in 1997 by Thierry Gillier, Zadig & Voltaire is enjoying undeniable success in the high end ready-to-wear sector. The brand embodies new luxury by giving fashion basics a playful and resolutely rock’n’roll twist: an affordable, stylish and laid-back luxury.
Akira OnozUnited Kingdoma graduated from Japanese design school in 1973 and he launched his first menswear collection in 1986 followed by womenswear in 1989 in Paris.
- 3 CONCEPT EYES
3 CONCEPT EYES makes fashionable ladies shine with three kinds of attractive looks. With a large spectrum of vibrant colours, 3CE offers limitless potential for creating outstanding looks.
- ANOTHER EDITION
Established in Feb 2001 by United Arrows, Another Edition designs soft, vintage and young womenswear in European style. From now, there are already 14 branches in Japan.
- AS KNOW AS DE BASE
as know as de base designs cute clothes for women. Employs multiple styles and a myriad of fabrics. Made with attention to detail. Stylish and subtle items bring out one's individuality.
- B:MING LIFE STORE by BEAMS
Under BEAMS, B:MING LIFE STORE continues causal and leisure style. It provides happy life experience to family, like its value "nourishes the happiness" suggested.
BEAMS was founded in 1976 with the goal of changing the culture and customs of Japan's youth. Keeping poised attention on time, BEAMS aims to be the leading force behind lifestyle and culture.
- BEAMS BOY
Started in 1998 with the same concept as the men's shop, ‘Basic & Exciting’, BEAMS BOY created an entirely new genre in the women's fashion market.
- BEAMS T
Started in 2002 with the concept Art for Every Day, BEAMS T gathers worldwide artistic graphics which accelerates the evolution of BEAMS.
- BEAUTY&YOUTH UNITED ARROWS
United Arrows is one of the most renowned select shops in Japan - it was established in 1989. The brand concept is "MAKE YOUR REAL STYLE" - and its designs are based on this core idea. In 2007, United Arrows established its own designer label - Beauty&Youth.
- E HYPHEN WORLD GALLERY
E hyphen world gallery designs workwear and natural style clothes stressing fabric and cutting. Merging with unisex and leisure styles, it creates a new style called 'Neo Mode'.
- EARTH MUSIC & ECOLOGY
Established in 1999, earth music & ecology designs clothes in leisure and sweet styles. All its items are made with passion that can long be loved and worn.
EMODA is established on March 2010. Concept of EMODA is "MODE-style" with monotone. EMODA uses simple silhouettes with different materials to make leading-edge mix & match. Although the concept of EMODA is mod, it does not only stay in a monotone box but also with an artistic coloring.
- FRED PERRY
It was at the end of the 1940s that Fred Perry was approached by Tibby Wegner, a former Austrian footballer, with an idea for marketing a sweatband bearing the Fred Perry name.
Since 1998, i.t has been searching and scouting for the latest trendy products from Japan and Hong Kong. i.t provides a diverse selection of trendy fashions at an affordable price, not only making trendy fashion accessible to the younger generation but also encouraging them to pursue enthusiasm in fashion.
- JOURNAL STANDARD
Journal Standard collects orginal products and global brands goods from world wide. It has over 34 shops in Japan,HongKong and Paris. It designs classic and causal American style outfits mixed with vintage & ethic details.
Mode, basic and street style can simply present KBF. KBF provides basic items with seasonal and unique style as highlight to bring out KBF signature causal street style.
As one of STYLENANDA’s stylistic lines, KKXX features black and white clothing. The line includes anything from sexy body-con dresses, trendy jackets, overcoats, leather skirts, logo tees to accessories like leggings, handbags and baseball caps. Recognized for its no-nonsense street-style, KKXX continues to create a culture of its own and impressing with its chord-striking images.
- LOVE BOAT
Using montone, slim-cut and various designs, LOVE BOAT targets sexy and cool teenage girls. LOVE BOAT's signature items are bleach tee and denim with demonstrate casual street style.
- LOVE GIRLS MARKET
Love Girl Market designs sweet ethnic style outfits which combine with up-to-date fashion trend. Adding Shibuya girls' sexy styling appearls, that's Love Girl Market's sweet sexy style.
Established in 2006 by Momoko, MURUA designs items with cool and feminine details. Momoko's designs are in slim silhouettes with glamorous materials. Her unique fashion sense makes MURUA become a fast-rising fashion brand.
- MYSTY WOMAN
Being one of the most popular teenage womenswear brands, mysty woman designs feminine, military and trendy items. It suits girls who love unisex style most.
Established in 1975, PAGE BOY designs stylish and causal wears. With the success of catching the trend, it has been famous in both Japan and oversea fashion industry.
- RNA MEDIA
RNA MEDIA is designed in casual style and its signtaure items are denim oufits most loved by Tokyo girl. It items align with street trends, such as vintage, military and work clothes. The inspiration was obtained from subcultures such as music and art. It is an unisex brand stressing freedom and playfulness.
- ROSE BUD
Rose Bud was founded in 1993. "Rose Bud" refers to budding lady. Rose Buds outfits can always make you feel refreshing, beautiful and sexy like a rose blossom.
- ROYAL PARTY
Royal Party is sexy but stylish, simple but exaggerating, elegnant but glamorous. Designers can always bring us surprising and the sexiest items which never let its fans down.
- SPIRAL GIRL
Spiral Girl is mixed with spicy, cool and rock styles with vintage Taste and the finest details of the fabric. It is stunning, charming, sweet and seductive.
Providing a bold and refreshing take on current trends and off-duty looks, Korean brand STYLENADA offers an one-stop shop for ultra-chic apparel, accessories, and cosmetics.
Founded by New Yorker Scott Sasso in 1995, 10 Deep has nothing but one message to convey with its designs - forget everyone and listen to yourself. Inspired by the 10 fingers that decide our future and strength.
In 1994 ADDICT emerged with one logo, four t-shirt prints, and a big dream about standing shoulder to shoulder with its American counterparts; which the British label has made through the past eleven years.
A genuine sportswear legend of all times, Adidas is a major German-based sports apparel manufacturer.From its classic three-stripe saga, Adidas has developed into a trendsetting brand that not only produces sportswear, but also fashionable casual wear.
- BEATS BY DR. DRE
Formally established in 2008 as the brainchild of legendary artist and producer Dr. Dre and Chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M Records Jimmy Iovine, Beats Electronics (Beats) comprises the Beats™ by Dr. Dre™ family of premium consumer headphones, earphones and speakers, as well as patented Beats Audio™ software technology and streaming music subscription service Beats Music™.
- BILLIONAIRE BOYS CLUB
The Billionaire Boys Club was created by Pharrell Williams in collaboration with Nigo, the founder of the A Bathing Apebrand. In 2004 BBC signed a contract deal with Reebok to release the clothing line along side the Ice Cream Sneaker Line, also created by Pharrell Williams.
- BLACK SCALE
Street-wear brand Black Scale is the brainchild of founders Michael “Mega” Yabut and Alfred De Tagle. In 2008, the company started with street-wear fundamentals of T-shirts and hats, but has since branched out into outerwear and accessories.
Bloodbath is made up of two words: Blood means life, family, passion, sacrifice, and martyrdom. Bath means cleanliness, being fully immersed in what you do, as an enjoyable meditation. Bloodbath's mission is to break down limitations within ourselves.
- BOUNTY HUNTER
The name ‘Bounty Hunter’ already imposes this brand’s rock juggernaut. Founded by Hikaru Iwanaga in 1997, Bounty Hunter is obviously devoted itself to the spirit of Rock, drawing its inspirations from everything of Rock for a range of funky products including the sought-after figurines.
Named after its founding visionary, Jake Burton Carpenter, Burton Snowboards triumphs as the world’s largest snowboard brand. With its exclusive snowboard-related goods of great quality and functionality, Burton emerged from its origin in the United States, to Japan in 1982 as a snowboarding goods supplier.
A classic name with its origin dating back to Michigan, USA, in 1889, Carhatt (formerly known as Carhatt USA). Edwin Faeh, the mastermind, adds a contemporary touch to its heritage of design and functionality, bringing streetswear to new heights where rebellious style and thoughtful utility meet.
Established in Rochester, New York in 1919, the Champion brand has a unique heritage as an originator and innovator of men’s and women’s athletic apparel. Champion has pioneered some of the most important innovations in the category of sports bra, reverse weave sweatshirt, team uniform, breathable mesh practice uniforms. The brand has an authentic heritage and is still at the forefront of technical innovation and style.
Converse makes sneakers and clothes for individuals everywhere who live creatively, optimistically and rebelliously. Since 1908 and until-who-knows-when, we exist to provoke, inspire and go along with them—whether that’s on a court, the green or the concrete, in a club, a studio or anywhere else.
- CROOKS & CASTLES
“Behind every Castle stands a Crook”, this philosophical motto hints at the exceptional characters of American street wear label Crooks & Castles, to which Californians Dennis Calvero and Roberto Panlilio reflect their interests and values.
- DC SHOES USA
Veteran skateboarders, Ken Block and Damon Way (brother of Danny Way) called the brand they founded in 1994 'DC' because of 'Droors Clothing's.
The only brand that matters. We are the Streets, Hip Hop, Graffiti, and graphic pioneers! Legendary status in this game is over 20 years producing nothing short of modern classics.
double-park is a multi-brand new format conceptual retail store under I.T Apparels Limited and is established in 2000. double-park carries variety well-known brands such as Carhartt, DC Shoes, Obey, X-LARGE and Zoo York, etc. One of the most popular in-house brand, fingercroxx is also available at Double-park.
Emerica is historically associated with Etnies, given its name being derived from ‘Etnies America’, that hints at its innovative heritage in pursuing authentic style and flawless utility.
Founded in April 2002, EOps began with a philosophy that life should be about embracing the present and building a future with a positive and fun attitude. Our design philosophy is to create functional innovative products that are simple to use, while blending stylish and playful elements into the design.
Etnies was founded by a French Pro Skateboarder "Platoon" 20 years ago, known as Ethics, and was renamed to ‘Etnies’ , as the one of the first skateboard clothing brands.
In 1989 Patrick Ewing, a legendary basketball player in history, began his own shoe company, Ewing Athletics. The first main release from Ewing Athletics was the 33 HI. This shoe would go on to become a huge seller, becoming a street staple in NYC. For the next few years, at the start of every season Patrick would debut the company’s latest game model. During this time, the company was rapidly expanding to include all types of footwear, not just the same models that Patrick wore in games. There were other models of team basketball shoes, cross trainers, running shoes and even hiking boots.
Ironically associated with the f-word, FUCT grabs the attention of hipsters with its one-of-a-kind fusion of skateboarding, graffiti and punk rock music. Famed for its provocative graphics and bold campaigns, FUCT never stops to cross the line and be outspoken; which makes it now an obvious synonym of rebellious cults associated with the ‘anti-‘ words.
- GOOD MUSIC
After much anticipation coupled with a level of scrutiny, superstar Kanye West finally launches his GOOD Music clothing line — an effort brought forth from Ye’s fashion-inspired enthusiasm and his creative agency DONDA. The line features an ensemble of cozy wear — T-shits, sweatpants, sweatshorts, hoodies, socks and hats included — in an all-black colorway with both the “GOOD Angel” emblem and “GOOD” motif stamped throughout the collection.
Since 1998, American skateboard brands Gravis has been focusing on how to strike a balance between aesthetic and functional, with its celebrated range of skateboard shoes.
- ICE CREAM
Billionaire Boys Club and Ice Cream are two lines of clothing established by Pharrell Williams and Nigo, founder of clothing label BAPE. The lines consist of t-shirts, polos, sweatshirts, knits, denim, suits and shirts; outerwear in leather, down, cotton, and technical fabrics; hats, sneakers, underwear, socks and accessories.
In4mation is comprised of four partners, Ryan Arakaki, Todd Shimabuku, Jun Jo and Keith Kanagusuku. The concept of the name In4mation was from a popular cartoon VOLTRON, in which unique characters assembled to become one indestructible machine.
- LEVI'S (SKATEBOARDING COLLECTION)
For over 30 years, skateboarders have worn Levi's denim. Levi's "Skateboarding Collection" consists of classic styles that built specifically for skateboarding, focuses on superior construction, durability and comfort.
Born and raised in Japan, LOSERS is always striving to create things with a sense of iki, a concept of beauty & perseverance unique to Japan. The core line forms the basis of the collection, while the custom-made line changes from season to season.
Since the first Major Baseball League collection in 2003 at double-park, after an official authorization that agrees with i.t designing a range of streetwear under the team’s name, MLB.
- NEW BALANCE
New Balance is a family of brands including New Balance, Dunham, PF Flyers, Aravon, Warrior and Brine. Since the days of selling arch supports to police officers and waiters, New Balance has been a brand concerned with meeting the needs of the everyday athlete.
- NEW ERA
New Era is an international lifestyle brand with an authentic sports heritage that dates back over 90 years. Best known for being the official on-field cap for Major League Baseball and the National Football League, New Era is the brand of choice not only for its headwear collection, but also for its accessories and apparel lines for men, women and youth.
Nike Sportswear is a product line rooted in the company’s passion for sport while at the same time remixing and improving iconic designs with new technologies. Nike Sportswear launches on 8th Aug, 2008 with eight iconic Nike products celebrating the legacy of Nike design.
It started as a frustration at a lack of quality watches that simultaneously do the talking for you and has since grown into a group of athletes, rock stars, retailers, and dedicated loyalists that bring Nixon products to market.
Sacritcally named to reveal its character as a rebel, OBEY is how Shepard Fairey, an art fanatic from South Corola, USA, makes his attitude and passion for street culture since 1989. The trendsetter draws inspirations from street cultures such as skateboarding, rock and hip hop.
- ODD FUTURE AND GOLF WANG
Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All, a.k.a. Odd Future or OFWGKTA is a musical collective which also creates small accessories, caps and skate decks. The band of misfits, their clothing line Golf Wang from Los Angeles offers apparel such as T-shirts and hoodies.
Penfield was established in Massachusetts in 1975 and has built a reputation for making the highest quality down-filled jackets, fleece and outerwear. Penfield garments are designed to stand up to the demands of the New England climate, yet are equally at home sheltering you from the storm anywhere wind blows or rain falls.
PRO-Keds began in 1949 as a brand aimed at sports and athletic performance. Based on quality, durability and a solid reputation, PRO-Keds became one of the leading names in athletic footwear.
Publish exists to stir your imagination and, in turn, be inspired by you as well. We are part-time clothiers, full-time bridge builders. We aspire to refine daily life by delivering premium, timeless products and ideas that transcend the realms of art and fashion.
- REBEL 8
REBEL8 is a San Francisco street wear brand strongly influenced by board sports, graffiti and tattoo, initiated by notorious writer Joshy D. and celebrated graffiti website founder Mike Giant.
Represent is a luxury streetwear label from the UK. Their collection has been created to fit & flow with the bodies movements. All top wear consists of 100% high grade soft stretch cotton sourced in London's Soho. With elongated cuts & layering we have provided a display of different products and weights throughout the collection, giving an aura that all products flow perfectly among one another. Every single item has been designed specifically to engage with one another.
When you talk to RVLT’s head Palle Bruun Rasmussen about his and Christian Katballe’s brand, there’s a certain vibe popping out of both of his eyes throughout the whole conversation.
ROOK, a brand defined by its art. ROOK Brand's goal is to create the highest quality, eye catching and provocative art and design.
Speedometer Official was born in northern Italy from the idea of two friends interested in jewels and watch industry. The core product of Speedometer Official is the Classic Bangle. Their products are minded, designed and produced entirely in Italy.
STANCE is dedicated to the spirit of individuality with a design philosophy that believes in expression and function. Expression that creates an emotional visual connection and function that also provides comfort and performance.
Staple was founded in 1997 by Jeff Ng, who, out of nowhere, started it the Silkscreen Lab at Parsons School of Design in New York, the United States, as an interesting story of a young aspirer.
- THE HUNDREDS
The Hundreds clothing is inspired by the culture of Los Angeles and California, which is a fruitful blend of skateboarding, surf, punk, and hip-hop cultures. The design is also reminiscent of 1980s surf-culture t-shirts, and the advent of “streetwear” at the end of the millennium. The line is sold in limited quantities in the world’s most prestigious streetwear and skate boutiques and has been recognized by the industry’s leading publications, such as Complex, Streetwear Today, Beinghunted, and Untitled.
Sneakers that youngsters don’t want to live without. Vans was started by Paul Van Doren in 1966, who opened his first store in California, with business partners Jim Van Doren, Gordy Lee, and Serge D'Elia.
Volcom spreads across the world with a selection of clothing designed for the coolest people, and grasps youthful attention by helping to express the artistic talent of the future leaders, and the Volcom thinking now flows through its art, music, films, athletes and clothing.
Since 2003 Wemoto Clothing has reached out to a fantastic group of people bound by similar cause and interest. Led by a small group of related minds, Wemoto Clothing has earned respected credibility within the last years.
This lifestyle brand is a combination of skateboarding, hip-hop, arts, rave, and all sorts of happenings around the world. The name XLARGE ® hints at Gen X and Living Large, and marks oversized baggy jeans as their signature.
- ZOO YORK
ZOO YORK is dedicated to translate the uncompromising vibes that makes this East Coast lifestyle brand a wow among hipsters. Over time the team behind it has been seeing participations of more and more creative aspirers, making its style even more diverse and interesting, and even more adorable to youngsters worldwide. To date ZOO YORK strikes as a world-renowned synonym of the East Coast attitude, with a range of products strongly influenced by skateboarding, graffiti, hip-hop, punk, and everything in association.
- as know as de Rue
as know as de Rue is the footwear line under the brand umbrella of AS KNOW AS, a Japanese label. Influenced by the touch of Boho chic and the attitude of making fashion super fun, the brand offers a collection full of feminine and exotic designs.
eMU is a genuine Australian based brand dedicated to creating premium quality sheepskin and wool products for the global market. Founded in 1994, it is now well-known for its water-resistant, durable and comfortable sheepskin boots. With the outstanding craftsmanship and excellent quality, the boots are already popular among fashionistas.
ete is the French word for "Summer" and is a unique multi-brand accessory store with a wide range of footwear, bags, watches and accessories. With a growing demand of stylish and quality products, ete! is dedicated to provide the in-trend and edgy products from a series of young and trendy labels such as as know as de Rue, eMU, Jeffrey Campbell, mel, puzzle and tout à coup, so as to offer youngsters the most comfortable environment to find their favorites.
- Jeffrey Campbell
Instead of looking to 6th Avenue corner office executives, Jeffrey Campbell draws inspiration from everyday trendsetting fashion bloggers, boutique owners and JC girls. This Los Angeles-based brand quickly became a favorite amongst fashion trendsetters for their chunky platforms and distinctive style.
- KATIE JUDITH (Footwear and Bags)
Founded in 2009, KATIE JUDITH is one of the distinctive brands owned by I.T Group which targets to explore styles in hard-edge glamorous rock. The brand’s very own accessories line with career footwear and bags mixed the essential elements of the seasonal trend and the idea of ladies romance together to project an edgy, sexy and powerful image.
Recognized for their bright colors and washable material, leghilà offers a collection of washable bags for style-conscious trendsetters. Apart from design and manufacturing techniques, everything from the zips to chains are all strictly realized in Italy. Meticulously constructed for both softness and durability, each bag is created with quality in mind.
- PaPer minT
PaPer minT designs beautiful bags that are girls’ best companion throughout days and nights. With a wide array of up-to-date designs, colors and textures, PaPer mint’s products are the favorite choices for mix and match with different outfits.
puzzle, a trend leader of fashion sneakers, provides a variety of the most fashionable yet sporty footwear of the season. With the aim of creating casual fashion to share joy and happiness, it focuses on energetic, cheerful, fun and creative designs with no boundary. Other than shoes, the brand also offers bags to meet the taste of the trendy youngsters.
- tout à coup (Footwear)
tout ā coup always based its designs on the much beloved French lifestyle and unique aesthetics to bring out the freedom and romance of a true Parisian through layering and mix-and-matching fashion. Besides the spotlighted fashion line, the brand also offers an street-fashion-influenced collection of accessories and shoes.
A BATHING APE®
- A BATHING APE®
Founded In 1993 in Ura-Harajuku, A BATHING APE® soon became a leading Japanese street fashion label. Using the face of an ape as its logo and borrowing from the movie Planet of the Apes the classic catchphrase “Ape shall never kill ape”, the label has been embraced by fashion lovers.
- BAPE KIDS BY *A BATHING APE®
Started in 2006, BAPE KIDS® already has four stores in Japan, offering more fashion choices for the younger generation. The collection includes clothes for both boys and girls aged from two months old toddlers to eight years old children.
The name Bamford Watch Department is synonymous with uncompromising style and quality. Bamford Watch Department is the first company to personalize a range of steel sports watches. They are driven by passion for engineering excellence and innovation, and inspired by the demand of clients to wear watches that are exclusive and individual.
- COLE HAAN
Born more than a century ago, Cole Haan has been innovating ever since founder Trafton Cole started making resoleable shoes during the depression. Today, the NYC-based brand takes its inspiration from the streets of New York City, offering a range of classic staples with their signature twist—from outerwear and handbags to heels and weekenders—that can stand up to the rigors of the city and still look good.
Leica Camera AG is an international company in the optical industry, with its headquarters based in Solms, Germany, and a second location in Portugal. All products from the three divisions - Photography, Hunting Lenses and Nature Watching - have a shared mission: to deliver better images.
MOSCOT is renowned worldwide for its iconic eyewear. MOSCOT infuses its unmistakably refined, downtown aesthetic with nearly 100 years of eyewear expertise and unparalleled craftsmanship to create its timeless eyewear.
- RAY BAN
Style, tradition, and freedom of expression are the key values underpinning the philosophy of Ray-Ban, which has been the undisputed world leader in sun and prescription eyewear for generations. Unaffected by the conceptual transience of fashion, Ray-Ban made a name for itself thanks to the absolute quality and authenticity of its eyewear.
NEIGHBORHOOD is the masterpiece of Shinsuke Takizawa. The brand started in 1994 at Harjuku in Tokyo, where has always been the origination of the hip and trendy fashion design. The enthusiasm of Takizawa towards classic motorbikes became his key inspiration, enabling him to develop the brand conveying both classic and hip styles.
- NEIGHBORHOOD ONE THIRD
Tetsu Nishiyama stared his own brand, “40% AGAINST RIGHTS” in Harajuku in 1993. In 1997, Tetsu established WTAPS to replace 40% AGAINST RIGHTS. The brand name, WTAPS, is derived from a gun shooting jargon, “double tap”, which means two well-aimed shots hitting the same target with very little time in between, suggesting a sense of absolute preciseness.