graduate of the Shoe Design course at the St. Martin University of Art in London, and with a very rich background that includes costume design for the theater, the Georgian designer Anuka Keburia founded the brand bearing her name in 2006. Her lines of natural material clothes, accessories, and footwear are combined with highly skilled craft workmanship. Leitmotif: the use of black and a minimalist style that unites a unisex-street style.


founded in Tblisi in 2016, Aznauri, with Irakli Rusadze (founder of the Situationist brand) as its Creative Director, mixes tradition – starting with the name of the brand that is a throwback to classic Georgian nobility – with styles that look to the 90’s, for a modern new minimalism. Initially launched with a line of gender-free clothing, the brand now offers a complete collection with bags and footwear, for a style rich in understatement.


a new dandy: in the creations of the Gola Damian brand, sportswear cuts and forms are highlighted by fine materials and unmistakable patterns. With a mash-up between a contemporary and Victorian style, the brand’s collections merge a multitude of eclectic inspirations for an over-the-top and decidedly unique style.


Irakli Rusadze is one of the top Georgian fashion designers of international renown. The self-taught designer – which tread the catwalks with Situationist at the last edition of Milan Fashion Week - takes his inspiration from his native land, Georgia, and from the women who grew up amongst the difficulties of a post-Soviet nation. In his creations, beloved also by Gigi Hadid, strong tailoring meets a vintage style with Georgian cultural influences.


keen on design and fashion from childhood, the designer Tatuna Nikolaishvili develops, with her eponymous label, creations with unusual forms and original cuts for a feminine style with a modern edge.


with a degree in Architecture, Vasili Tabatadze debuted in the world of fashion with his first collection in 2005. In 2013, he created his own brand Vaska. In his creations, special fabrics like antique Japanese silks and natural materials are matched with almost sculpture-like lines and patterns, for a limited-edition line.