BANANATIME

Everyday Luxury. From Amsterdam, unisex garments to be worn wherever – at home, when travelling or every day. The key concept is versatility teamed with comfort, for a range in pure, easy care silk enlivened with eccentric prints. AW17 introduces a special knitwear capsule collection in cashmere to be worn with the items in silk. 

Comme les Loups

The bowtie as a lifestyle, for him and her, interpreted in a combo of sophisticated colours and worn as a nostalgia-free accessory. Designed and created in an artisan workshop in Belgium, founded in 2013, next winter will see launch of the Wintertide collection, with subtle shapes and exclusive patterns, on midnight blue velvet, minty grey cashmere and wool in metallic shades.

Demo Division

A brand that describes itself as an interpretation of lifestyle, as well as of fashion and trend horizons. Always inspired by the workwear concept, for the AW 17 collection, Flying Circus looks to the culture of Jamaica and student activism in the sixties. A strong hint of the military, livened up with sacrilegious prints, influences a range that moves outside the box, limited edition and unisex. 

dICTIONARY project

A journey that explores the world and words. Season after season, the images of the brand build a dictionary: each garment bears a printed definition or a patch of the collection keyword. Subjects range from the panda to the flamingo and the fox, featured on sweats and T-shirts in a no-gender version, in organic cotton. 

LE. GNAUHC

An independent project created by the duo Charles & Annie, a menswear collection where typically masculine elements merge with touches of femininity, where the tailoring lesson meets weightless fabrics and the western culture establishes a contemporary dialogue with the eastern one. All enjoying a dash of characteristic New York nonchalance. Themes for AW17 include: Tailoring, Khaki, Denim, Downtown New York, and 80s New York.

Maison Jejia

Luxury mood, chic lifestyle, fabulous timeless details. Understated, measured luxury, made with love for details and experimentation. These are the style codes of the Jejia world. Invisible details, tiny touches of elegance. Maison Jejia is a way of being, a lifestyle concept.

Marco Laganà

“Do we really love our shoes?”

 

Provocative as usual, Marco Laganà designs a collection that reflects on the life of our shoes, constantly relating it to our lives and our culture. With focus on the quality that derives from skilled craftsmanship manufacturing. 

Milano 140

A contemporary reinterpretation of the male wardrobe of times gone by, without forgetting the brand’s DNA: homewear. Graphic checks overlap, the seams feature raw cut frays, technical fabrics appear that combine functionality with elegance. The volumes are oversized and the fits relaxed. 

Moa Master of Arts

In Florence, Moa Master of Arts presents the new models dedicated to Disney characters: Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse. Thanks to this collection, sold out in major international department stores, the brand has been named Best Disney Licensee of the Year 2016. 

Route des Garden

Founded in 2010 by Federico Borella, this Florentine brand focuses on aesthetics that are simultaneously rock, chic and contemporary. “On the Street” is the concept, based on a global reworking of fits and fabrics, given new life thanks to the use of the best raw materials made in Italy.

The Beach People

Emma and Victoria, Australian sisters, dedicate their luxury collections of lifestyle accessories to lovers of the beach and sea life at any latitude. A very geometric image for a range of throws, bags and cushions with unmistakable graphics, which for this season are inspired by the theme Earth & Sea.

w’lfg’ng

A Munich-based outerwear brand, w’lfg’ng draws inspiration from the world of mountains to create its “modular all-weather-system”, a new approach made up of three garments in one to effectively tackle changes in the weather. The tailored look of the city coat teams with the performance of an outfit suitable for the mountains.

Sartre

Sustainable Handmade Sneakers. Sartre presents its second collection, Perspective. A line influenced by modern urban architecture, by the relationship between lines and spaces, the fusion of classic silhouettes, a modern masculine touch and street aesthetics. Every article is hand-coloured and made exclusively from plant-dyed leathers. 

Maison Marcy

This brand was created in Belgium in 2012, characterised by a subtle blend of elegance and aristo-chic imagination. Comfortable garments, pants and pyjamas to wear at home, in bed but also outside, with nonchalance and a dandy air. Materials modelled in a rich range of combos and exclusive prints, for this season inspired by the Scottish tradition with focus on Argyle patterns.

 

RUMISO

Un progetto nato dalla creatività di due sorelle, Pinar e Deniz, e ambientato in un mondo fatto di bellezza e amore per la terra. Ogni sciarpa è un pezzo unico, illustrata a mano e stampata su seta o cotone; il bordo è decorato con la tecnica tipica dell'arte tradizionale turca di Oya, in collaborazione con un progetto UNDP che mira a favorire lo sviluppo economico delle donne del Sud Est della Turchia. In più, una proposta di foulard in cotone, bandane, sciarpe e fazzoletti da taschino.

RUMISU

Each scarf is a unique piece, illustrated by hand and printed on 100% silk; the edge is hand-rolled and decorated with the crochet technique, typical of the traditional Turkish art of Oya, in collaboration with a UNDP project aimed at fostering the sustainable development of women in the region. The collection also includes a range of cotton foulards, T-shirts, sweats and leather totes.

ALL THE BRANDS

AMIACALVA | BANANATIME | BLEU DE COCAGNE | CLONE | COMME LES LOUPS | DALTON BROS | DEMO DIVISION | dICTIONARY PROJECT | G26 | LE MONT SAINT MICHEL | LE. GNAUHC | MAISON JEJIA | MAISON MARCY | MARCO LAGANA' | MILANO 140 | MOA MASTER OF ARTS | MULO | ROUTE DES GARDEN | RUMISU| ARTRE | THE BEACH PEOPLE | W'LFG'NG

Bleu de Cocagne

 A brand based in Toulouse in France, Bleu de Cocagne focuses on a single shade of blue elaborated over five centuries ago using soaking in “woad”. This colour and its entirely artisan and ecological production process are central elements to the brand’s collections. Cult pieces of the new collection include a special kimono jacket.