There are 74 brands
The essence of Adieu channels both simplicity and excellence. A novel interpretation of men’s footwear which root in informal elegance « à la française » and in the British casualness of teddy boys. Gérard Philippe donning Joe Strummer ‘s well-polished creepers, hammering home ever louder : « but nothing is less like a thing than that which is closest to it »
Nicknamed 'the T-shirt master', Alexander Wang is every It girl's go-to for louche, model-off-duty looks. The New York-based designer has built a loyal following for his grunge-cool style mantra. Fall for the label's sleek directional tailoring, must-have bags and relaxed separates with a sporty spin.
Álvaro González the Spanish-born, London and Florence-based designer, has a career spanning 20 years designing accessories behind the scenes for major European luxury houses. Richly coloured calf, alligator and stingray skins expressly developed by specialist tanneries have been crafted into sandals, belts, small leather goods and bags by select artisanal workshops around Florence.
After studying at the renowned London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins, Edgardo Osorio went on to learn his trade at megabrands such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Sigerson Morrison and Roberto Cavalli. In 2011, after ten years working at some of the biggest fashion houses in the world, he launched his own luxury footwear label, Aquazzura. Osorio takes inspiration from traditional European quality and craftsmanship, combining it with resolutely modern design. In just a few short years, Aquazzura has become one of the most coveted footwear labels in the world, with styles such as the ‘Sexy Thing’ and ‘Seduce Me’ modern-day icons in their own right.
Chloé is a French fashion house founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion. Aghion later joined forces with Jacques Lenoir in 1953, formally managing the business side of the brand, allowing Aghion to purely pursue the creative growth of Chloé. Its headquarters are located in Paris, France. The house is owned by luxury brands holding company Richemont Group. Chloé has worn by many celebrities, including Marion Cotillard, Sienna Miller, Madonna, January Jones, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Cameron Diaz, Emma Stone, Clémence Poésy and Katie Holmes.
The founding family’s shoemaking roots date back to 1675 as artisanal traditions and an unwavering dedication to quality and craftsmanship have been passed down from one family member and artisan to the next.
Church’s shoes are constructed with the world-renowned Goodyear method that allows for refurbishment – even the most worn in pair will come back looking like new. In terms of aesthetic, the classic elegance of their design – some models have been around for over a century – is a trend that never goes out of style. The integrity of Church’s, both as a brand and as a product, lies in its timelessness and its ability to transcend time, age and generations.
Born from a partnership between CURRENT/ELLIOTT chief creative officer Serge Azria and stylist duo Emily Current and Merritt Elliott, the collection fuses innovative designs with a desire to create a beautifully tailored product. CURRENT/ELLIOTT has become a brand defined by authenticity and sophistication.
Third-generation couturier and distinctive alumni of the “Antwerp Six,” a revolutionary Belgian design collective of the 1980s, Dries van Noten is regarded as one of the industry’s most cerebral and multifaceted designers.
Dries Van Noten continues to be one of the most highly regarded fashion designers in the world, celebrated for his intelligent designs and unique fashion sensibility. Season after season, the Dries Van Noten show accrues critical acclaim for its cerebral profoundness, along with a real buzz among its die-hard fans. The Dries look is definitely distinct: the colours are always delicious, the cuts are consistently innovative, and the overall result is constantly fabulous.
Dean and Dan Caten, twin brothers from Willowdale in Toronto, started their path in fashion at the Parson’s School of Design in New York City in 1984. Eight years later, the Canadian duo moved to Italy with their sights set on creating their brand. After collaborating with some of Italy’s most celebrated fashion houses, in 1995 the designers presented their first men’s collection under the label Dsquared2. The presentation marked the debut of Dsquared2’s runway show extravaganzas, which captured the attention of journalists and buyers from around the world.
ÉCOLE DE CURIOSITÉS creates sustainably conscious design with refined craftsmanship
that revitalizes classic individuality. The utility of the creations rewards the senses: an enjoyment of beauty and satisfaction that lasts a lifetime. ÉCOLE DE CURIOSITÉS was born in Paris, in the fall of 2016.
Editions M.R is a parisian brand which was established in 2007 and exclusively dedicated to menswear. The designers, Mathieu de Ménonville and Rémi de Laquintane founded their brand with the idea of offering a reinterpretation of menswear: Behind Editions M.R, these ideas shape season after season a man with a chic and nonchalant profile, at the same time classic and contemporary.
Combining dark romanticism and streetwear elements with the refinement of a Parisian couture house, the creative director of Givenchy, Mr Riccardo Tisci, creates men's collections which are progressive and stylish.
Tisci’s fusion of athletic and aristocratic elements defines Givenchy’s innovative "street couture" aesthetic.
Hogan was founded in 1986 and is part of the Italian luxury group Tod’s S.p.A. Hogan’s unique and innovative vision of casual luxury for every occasion translates perfectly into a contemporary lifestyle, where quality and style are always valued. Sophisticated shoes, with an essential, innovative design, flawlessly combine functionality and informal elegance. Crafted with materials of extraordinary quality, Hogan shoes become timeless pieces that keep their value season after season.
Issey Miyake was one of the first Japanese designers to organize a fashion show in Europe in 1973. He then worked for fashion houses Guy Laroche and Hubert de Givenchy before returning to his own couture house in Japan. It is inspired by contemporary Japanese technology and style.