A UK contemporary menswear brand established in 2017. It is a knitwear focused label that specialized in creative knitting techniques and craftsmanship. A blended vision in knitted and woven apparels targeted to male with a sense of twist from formal to casual with a subtle playfulness.


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The brand was launched in 2013 with the objective of creating innovative knitwear, respecting Italian manufacture and the finest materials. First there was a collection of scarves in silk and cashmere with graphics inspired by street-art; then a luxury street collection of knitwear with skater world references, fine yarns and original embroidery.


Art of Scribble has made outstanding results with its own unique identity and its effortless graphic style. It has been recognized well with ‘Sun-tech’ - the special technique changes graphics when exposed to sunlight. T-shirts and sweatshirts with graphics that change when exposed to sunlight. Witty graphic jogger pants, caps, and scarves.


Constructed from locally adapted research patterns, Barena mimics the qualities of traditionally durable workwear, always with a modern aesthetic twist. Loose shapes, quiet precise tailoring, exquisite fabrics, attention to detail and confident versatility are the pillars of our design philosophy.


Created in 2013 by Amélie Le Roux, the brand reinterprets the classic Miki cap worn by the traditional Breton sailor. Unisex and timeless, reinterpreted with new fabrics, colors, and contemporary details, it is made by expert French craftsmen but keeps its original form: half beanie, half cap


The brand was created in 2014 from the need to interpret a style of clothing originating in the Italian roots of men with the sea inside them. The result was a heritage product that interprets the work clothing of seafarers, fishermen and sailing pioneers. The fabrics include selvedge denim and natural indigo cottons Made in Japan, Irish wools, hemp and Italian cottons.


The original spirit of French workwear – created by the factory founded by Gabriel Danton in Châtres sur Cher in long ago 1931 – today returns to life in this collection developed in Japan. Suits, blouson, pants, and uniforms for work are reinterpreted by rigor and a contemporary design that is Made in Japan.


Delirious is a brand that strives to set itself apart from the rest of the eyewear industry. It wants to accomplish this in every aspect; design, material, and manufacturing; our ultimate goal is to create a one-of-a-kind undertaking through one-of-a-kind products. Delirious dreams of a world where refined craftsmanship and the finest materials combine perfectly with the purity of form.


Eat Dust is a menswear brand, established in 2010 by longtime friends Rob Harmsen and Keith Hioco in Antwerp. At the heart of Eat Dust lies Rob & Keith’s rebellious nature. They merge their passion for music, motorcycles and Americana with classic menswear into a contemporary lifestyle brand. Eat Dust puts great emphasis on craftsmanship, expertise, human dignity and respect.


Grenson was born in 1866 in Rushden, Northamptonshire. William Green, the founder, started making high quality shoes for London Gentlemen. Recently Grenson has undergone a new lease of life, helped by their focus on quality and modern design whilst never losing sight of their impressive heritage.


Produced in Torino but based in London, the outerwear brand moves forward with a strictly London-oriented sensibility. A sartorial approach and contemporary feeling come together in overcoats and blazers, which are developed in an extremely rich palette and in fine materials.



A disruptive new idea of what a fashion brand in the future can be. Founded by designer Kavita Parmar and Iñigo Puente, it is a result of their personal convictions about preserving the love of craft and many years of experience in design. From real indigo plant-dyed denim made in Japan to cashmere wool from Northern India and Nepal, the collection has grown to give the discerning modern consumer a wardrobe that tells a story.

Small is beautiful. At Howlin’ we strive for timeless, playful products that are made with care. So whether it is a scarf or a shaggy waistcoat; all our products are individually manufactured and hand finished by traditionally skilled craftsmen in either Scotland or Ireland using the highest quality yarns possible.


J-B-J uses traditional ancient Indian symbols and translates it to a modern ready-to-wear collection. This creative background suits the multicultural society we have today perfectly. J-B-J believes that the ancient embroidery techniques combined with a contemporary view can lead to a unique piece.


L. F. Lidfort is synonymous with Italian craftsmanship and great passion. Born in 1945 from the idea of Lido Fortuna, its collections combine a processing technique that dates back over 50 years ago with a modern and elegant taste.


Tee Library tells about stories. As a graphics based brand, Tee Library recreates the stories into wearable image. Curated stories, elaborate graphics and well-made t-shirts are the foundation of Tee Library. ‘Tee Library AW19 Workmanship’ highlights on the value of making things with our own hands.


At the beginning in 2010, National Standard was one of the first French brands of premium sneakers. Aestheticism is a core element of the brand. From sneakers to accessories to stores, material assembly, attention to detail and design are in the National Standard DNA.


CDLP is a Swedish premium underwear company. They have set out to perfect the male base layer in terms of performance, style and sustainability.


The key subject for FW19 collection is Contemporary Heritage. The combination of well established raw materials with new technological components like hiking derived hardware, added a new level of originality and detailing. As a result, the collection is a mix and match of colours, shapes and special finishes, uniting vintage references with new materials, matching heritage (made in Italy) craftsmanship with high end innovation.