Ancient Greek Sandals – Inspired by the myths of ancient Greece, they are artisan-made and follow a centuries-old tradition. On sale in renowned concept stores all over the world and boasting collaboration with names such as Carven and Marios Schwab: these are the moment’s coolest sandals.
Ayala Bar - Noble effects appear out of the turquoise background of the Mediterranean line by Ayala Bar. The flair of this Israeli designer, unique in expressing different emotions in each of her creations, shines through in necklaces, pendants, bracelets and earrings skilfully made with lightweight shapes, sinuous and refined.
Christophe Sauvat – A journey around the world looking for moods and exoticism. From Portugal, a young Bohemian girl lands in South America, wearing colourful kaftans among palms and unspoilt beaches, with a strong ethnic feel in prints inspired by ancient Mexico and Peruvian folklore.
Don’t Believe the Hype – They could be the Daft Punk of fashion. The two designers, their identity still unrevealed, launch a new collection where focus is on the Cocooning look, with jackets and coats interpreted in a unique mix of colour. And a deep passion for ethnic details.
GMG - Ethnic elements with a vintage allure meet modern design. Jewels by designer Goi Primo are hand-made unique pieces, created with materials of ancient value: earrings from old Indian trimmings and crystals, hippy chic necklaces and good luck charms made with pieces from all over the world.
Ibeliv Ecofashion – An eco-friendly brand of bags and accessories in raffia and natural fibres, hand-made in Madagascar, with artisan-crafted leather finishes, Ibeliv uses exclusively natural fibres and prime leathers. The new SS17 collection features new materials and styles dedicated to travel.
Ken Samudio - Nominated as one of the top designers under 30 years of age in 2012, this Philippine designer is constantly inspired by the diversity of the marine ecosystem, exploring the shapes of nature, imitating its tactile characteristics, weaves and colours and using local, sustainable, recycled materials. @SUPER TALENTS
Lanapo – Federica Napoletano creates the line of Lanapo Cinque Terre sandals out of her passion for this enchanting place in Liguria. Lanapo is a totally hand-made brand of five icon models produced exclusively using Italian leathers artisanally crafted and reworked in different colours and details, season after season.
Laura Strambi - Surreal images of leaves, flowers and animals in a luxuriant garden evoke exotic moods. Exclusive tangy all-over prints and flowing models that caress the body blend with garments featuring more formal details. Sophisticated little lacy effect dresses alternate with minimal shirt-dresses and satin kimonos.
Manebì – It’s not summer without espadrilles. Especially when they are hand-made using ancient techniques that make each pair different and unique in colours, stitches and shape. Spanish soul, because they are produced by expert craftsmen in La Rioja and Italian feel as they are designed in Milan. Perfect for any trip, from the most exotic beach to glam city.
SoloBlu – Italian Beach Couture - Luxury swimwear with an innovative shape system with a modelling effect. For SS17, the mood is Folk Mediterranean: in the colours of the sea and the Majorelle gardens in Marrakech, monochromatic prints in blue and white brighten costumes and kaftans inspired by the seventies.
Talitha – The cosmopolitanism of Marisa Berenson and Kate Moss combined with the powerful suggestion of heritage and the art of Indian embroidery. These are the points of reference for the range of “luxe holiday pieces” with subtly boho features by the designer Kim Hersov.
Tooshie – Luxury and glamour interweave in the fabulous Natascha Sayn Wittgenstein swimwear collection, designed to flatter the female body with unique fit. Inspiration looks to the seventies, with lamé touches, double fabrics and colours that copy the palette of German artist Anselm Reyle.