Ancient Greek Sandals @ RAINBOWWAVE
Looking back at the legends of ancient Greece and hand crafted according to traditions passed down through the centuries. Available at leading concept stores around the world and flaunting partnerships with names like Carven and Marios Schwab: here are the coolest sandals of the moment.
Caravana @ RAINBOWWAVE
Carrie Forbes@ RAINBOWWAVE
Eco-friendly brand of bags and accessories in raffia and natural fibres that are handmade in Madagascar and hand-trimmed in leather: Ibeliv only uses natural fibres and prime quality leathers. The new collection includes a selection of new materials and styles designed for travelling.
Isole & Vulcani
Geothermal energy, reptiles, obsidian, volcanic rock, and sandy black beaches: strong sources of inspiration for Daniela Fadda for her beachwear collection that conjures up the wild island of Filicudi. Pure cotton, often in single colours, featuring raw edges and no seams.
The project by designer Laris Kilimci seeks to transform ornamental abstractions into useful objects. Her first collection of scarves, stoles, and bandanas is called Solemn Play and was inspired by the works of David Hockney.
Lem Lem @ RAINBOWWAVE
Scaglione will be flaunting a primordial femininity in SS18. African inspiration brings natural colours to the collection: ivory, rope, turmeric and pepper come alight with intense shades of lapis lazuli and jasper. Natural materials like linen and cotton interpret ethnic textures like Shibori and two-colour 3D ribs.
A boho-chic collection designed for modern jet-setters looking for a luxury travel wardrobe that is made up of unique, versatile and trendy pieces. The brash, refined beauty of icons such as Marisa Berenson and Kate Moss is the basis of the inspiration behind the two founders, the stylist and fashion editor Kim Hersov and the embroidery expert Shon Randhawa who follows the production of the garments in New Delhi.
Poupette St Barth
Created in the heart of the Amalfi Coast, the brand draws inspiration from these unique locations. All the garments are produced in Positano, rigorously hand-sewn by local workers. Broderie anglaise, macramé, linen and silk, give life to collections that, thanks to their unique finishes, are appreciated all over the world.
Telavela springs from five women’s passion for design, which combines Ligurian influences with the skill of Italian artisans. Telavela bags evoke the sea and sailboats, with their fabrics and details borrowed from the nautical world.