Anna Sui

ANNA SUI’S COLLECTIONS TAKE YOU ON A CREATIVE JOURNEY THAT IS UNPARALLELED IN THE WORLD OF FASHION. Mixing vintage styles with her current cultural obsessions, she effortlessly makes hip, exuberant, original clothes. Whether Anna’s inspiration is Victorian cowboys, Warhol superstars or Finnish textile prints, her depth of cultural knowledge is always apparent. A true trendsetter,… Read More


CONVERSE SNEAKERS SHOWED UP IN ROCK CLUBS, ON THE STREETS, ON RAPPERS, ON ICONS, ON REBELS AND ORIGINALS. It became the sneaker of choice for individuals. Be who you want to be in Converse sneakers or clothes. An artist, rebel, rapper, thinker, gamer, skater, smoke jumper, freelance dentist, whatever. If you’re wearing Converse, you know… Read More

Ted Baker

INTRODUCING TED BAKER ESQ. Ted Baker remains something of an enigma. In 1988 he established himself as a shirting specialist of some repute and quickly went on to develop a wider range of exceptional menswear designs. In time, he also found sophisticated ladies clamouring for him to apply his unique flair for fashion to womenswear… Read More


CACHAREL WAS CREATED IN 1962 IN THE SOUTHERN FRENCH CITY OF NÎMES, NAMED AFTER FOUNDER JEAN BOUSQUET’S FAVOURITE LOCAL BIRD. The success of his legendary seersucker and Liberty print blouses put the brand firmly on the fashion map. Unostentatious femininity, charm and gracefulness epitomise the brand’s values. The Cacharel woman is tender, sassy and dynamic… Read More

Christian Lacroix

SINCE THE CREATION OF THE COUTURE HOUSE IN 1987, CHRISTIAN LACROIX STYLE HAS BEEN UNIQUE, EXUBERANT, COLOURFUL AND BAROQUE. From the very beginning, Christian Lacroix’s creations have been coveted and embraced by many great international fashion editors and stars alike. M. Lacroix has given the couture house 22 years of unrivalled creations. Today, the House… Read More


1979. JEREMY HACKETT AND ASHLEY LLOYD-JENNINGS MEET IN THE PORTOBELLO ROAD, West London, both combing the market for good second-hand traditional British men’s clothing. A business partnership is soon started with their own small stall in Portobello, selling on the clothing after cleaning and repairs.  Today Hackett’s new collections are available globally and are celebrated… Read More


MARIMEKKO – ART OF PRINT MAKING SINCE 1951 Marimekko is a design house celebrated worldwide for its original prints and colours. When the company was founded in 1951, its unconventional designs transformed the tradition of textile printing and clothing in Finland. Over the years, Marimekko has remained true to its original mission of bringing joy… Read More

Pepe Jeans

ON A STALL AT LONDON’S PORTOBELLO MARKET IN 1973, NITIN SHAH AND HIS TWO BROTHERS, ARUN & MILAN BEGIN SELLING DENIM. Cut to today and Pepe Jeans is recognised as one of the fastest growing denim and casual wear brands in the world. Over the years the brand has worked with innovative creatives and emerging… Read More

Yohji Yamamoto

‘FABRIC IS EVERYTHING. OFTEN I TELL MY PATTERN MAKERS, “JUST LISTEN TO THE MATERIAL. WHAT IS IT GOING TO SAY? JUST WAIT. PROBABLY THE MATERIAL WILL TEACH YOU SOMETHING” Yohji Yamamoto’s work is characterised by a deep interest in textiles: their ability to ’embody’ a garment, their ability to lend strength to a fragile frame, their… Read More


FOR HE’S A WELLY GOOD FELLOW… Following in his Father’s footsteps, Tom Joules began selling clobber at country equestrian and other outdoor events across Great Britain more than three decades ago. One typically rainy afternoon, Tom realized that the clothing on offer really didn’t reflect customer’s personalities, country folk are colourful people but their clothing… Read More


“IT IS NOT THE STRONGEST OF THE SPECIES THAT SURVIVES, NOR THE MOST INTELLIGENT. IT IS THE ONE THAT IS THE MOST ADAPTABLE TO CHANGE.” Darwin SPINE Eyewear. The missing link. Autumn 2014 will descend upon Paris and an evolution in hinge design technology will be launched. Inspired by vertebrae these micro injection metal (MiM) hinges… Read More


Founded by eye surgeon Dr. Julie Diem Le, Zoobug’s mission is to create beautiful, high-quality glasses and sunglasses for children. Zoobug’s award-winning eyewear has been developed especially for infants and children aged from 0 to 12 years. Since 2006, Zoobug has been creating colourful, handcrafted frames and sunglasses made to EU safety standards.  In 2012,… Read More

Cath Kidston

CATH KIDSTON LTD, ‘THE HOME OF MODERN VINTAGE’, WAS FOUNDED IN 1993 WITH A SINGLE STORE IN LONDON’S HOLLAND PARK. Today the brand boasts more than 200 stores worldwide. Since its launch the company has become known for its quirky, contemporary take on traditional British style, and offers a full range of lifestyle designs across homeware,… Read More

Karen Millen

Born and bred in England, Karen Millen is known globally for creating beautifully crafted fashion Karen Millen’s collections have been designed, hand-crafted and perfected by their in-house atelier to deliver signature quality and attention to detail. From couture-inspired techniques to luxurious heritage fabrics, every KM garment has a story to tell. Truly international, Karen Millen… Read More


LA MAISON SANDRO, THE ELEGANCE OF DISCRETION Known for its clean lines and sophisticated aesthetic, Sandro is a leading accessible luxury Parisian brand featuring refined and versatile men’s and women’s collections. Evelyne Chetrite, founder and creative director since 1984, developed a new women’s aesthetics: modern and sophisticated with a hint of androgyny. In line with… Read More


Maje is, above all, a family story of Judith Milgrom. Founded in Paris in 1998, the brand offers a bold, modern and urban style. The brand’s first store opened on the left bank of the Seine, in the 6th district of Paris and is now present across 37 countries with 448 points of sale. Over the… Read More