Upon graduating from Milan's Istituto Marangoni, with a stint at Dolce & Gabbana, the Norwegian designer of Bosnian origins Admir Batlak debuted with his self-named label. Exploring the classic feminine codes in womenswear, innovative constructions meet meticulously researched materials, making clear references to the world of art, youth sub-cultures, and fashion history, also through collaborations with other artists.

BOYAROVSKAYA (France/Russia)

The womenswear brand founded by Maria Boyarovskaya - who has worked at Givenchy and John Galliano - and Artem Kononenko, is based in Paris. Their conceptual universe interprets a modern kind of elegance, which accentuates the forms of destructured tailoring on totally unique coats.

EDDA (Norway / UK)

A graduate from the London College of Fashion, Edda Gimnes found herself at the center of international interest soon after launching her eponymous label. She is among the winners of the FW16’s Ones to Watch award and has been named a new designer to watch by The New York Times. Fascinated by color and textures, her creations combine art and fashion through new and unexpected elements, like fur inserts and chromatic details with an ironic mood.


The authentic Ecuadorian “toquilla” hat meets the elegance of Italian design in the Etiqueta Latina brand. Materials are sourced from the best producers in Tuscany and selected from Sicilian handicraft. The variation of authentic classical forms meets eclecticism and a contemporary style for luxury hats with a strong personality.

FAISSAL EL-MALAK (United Arab Emirates)

The Palestinian designer has created a nostalgia-tinged collection imbued with a sense of belonging to the Arab world. Warm colors are combined with hand-woven Egyptian jacquards, with sophisticated choices of fabrics, including moiré for this season.

IURI (Italy)

Iuri is the brainchild of Slovenian designer Jure Stropnik. After launching a line of socks, for the S/S 2018 Jure creates a collection of leather goods that reflects his aesthetic sensitivity. Bags, with their geometric shape and rigid structure, are lightened by materials and workmanship like jacquard. The common theme of each model is the triangle, used both as a buckle and as a dimension on the sides of bags.

MASHA REVA (Ukraine)

Ukrainian artist and designer, and Central Saint Martins graduate, Masha Reva started a self-named label that combines her aesthetic vision with illustration and photography, through different collaborations, like the Masha Reva x Syndicate, “Drawings on People” Series apparel project: a collection that explores different graphic elements and forms, with the dress conceived as a blank canvas. Plus, there is the collaboration with the Ellipsee jewelry brand for a capsule collection that develops the illustrations of Reya.

MOON LEE (South Korea)

The dress becomes artwear, a personal canvas for self-expression of emotions, a mixture of virtuosity in pattern making and traditional heritage that recalls the homeland of the designer, South Korea.


Fashion meets sustainability in the slow fashion brand by Lebanese-Swedish designer, Nathalie Ballout, a Dubai native and graduate from the London College of Fashion. Every garment is characterized by embroidering hand crafted and constructed in her London-based workshop. Unusual materials meet sartorial techniques and traditional embroidery for a mix that is extremely contemporary in its style.


Born in Pakistan, Barrech moved to Germany at the age of 14. Upon graduating from the Royal Academy in Antwerp, he founded his namesake label in 2013. Recently, his focus on accessories has resulted in the creation of a handbag collection. An eclectic union of cultures and memories from around the world, his bags transcend their sculptural effect to adapt themselves to everyday life.