Louis D'Arienzo

Paris

Louis is an American born designer based in Europe. With over 17 years experience designing for European luxury brands, Louis launched his namesake collection of quality unisex sneakers made in Portugal using sustainable materials with a factory pursuing the HIGG index by The Sustainable Apparel Coalition. His simple flattering styles reference a multi-culti tribe with attention to crafted detail. A well heeled traveller and urban nomad, Louis has called New York, London, Amsterdam and Paris home.

Louis D'Arienzo

Alexis Corry

United States of America

Inspired by Lex & Lynne founder, Alexis Corry's world travels, the brand's collection captures the relaxed look of resort life while investing in global communities. Each style is designed by the founder and handmade with love in Mexico. As a slow-fashion advocate and believer in only the best quality, each garment is made by hand to order. The line is a perfect embodiment of laid back American elegance with the highest quality materials.

Lex & Lynne

Asha Scaria

India

Asha Scaria founded Swara in an effort to provide employment opportunities to the artisans in the tribal village of Dungarpur, Rajasthan. Today the brand combines Dungarpur workmanship with the Indigo dyes of the Akola village to design comfortable chic silhouettes in Indian prints. Their vision is to employ 100 women in 3 years and explore 6 different crafts.

Swara

Cristina Rojo

Guadalajara, Mexico

Cristina Rojo is a Mexico-based fashion designer and Creative Director of her label, House of Red. Originally from Guadalajara in Mexico, Cristina has lived in many cities around the world, including New York, Munich, London, and Madrid. Experiencing so many different cultures and people has significantly influenced her aesthetic. She believes a positive mindset can go a long way and draws inspiration from nature and her friends.

House of Red

Shivani Patel

Chennai, India

Shivani Patel is an India based accessory designer and creative director of lifestyle brand, Arture Design. Arture is a PETA certified vegan brand that is also eco-friendly. Launched from crowdfunding in 2015, the brand has since acquired a large number of repeat customers. Much like the designer herself, the brand’s aesthetic is very minimal and functional. The colours are gender neutral so there’s something for everybody. Shivani says, “We don’t need a few people doing zero waste perfectly, we need a lot of people doing it imperfectly.”

Arture Design

Lucia Chain

Argentina

CHAIN is a fashion brand based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Committed to the environment, our designs are made by hand in our little studio with raw local fabrics and organic dyes. The axis of the brand is the consolidation of a national identity. Each concept speaks about EARTH becoming HOME AND SHELTER . The beauty refers to the natural, original, warmth, home, simple, nato, raw, marginal, and brutal.

CHAIN

Staša Randall

Croatia

Staša Randall is a Croatia-born London-based fashion designer and creative director of her eponymous label, Staša. Her work is greatly inspired by modern architecture, Asian fashion and the Scandinavian culture. ‘Keep it simple’ is the philosophy behind the clothes with a strong focus on minimalism, comfort, and functionality. The collections are designed in London and made in Croatia.

Staša

Katie L.

Los Angeles, United States

Clarét Rondel is a Los-Angeles based accessory company specializing in handbags and small leather goods. Multiculturalism is at the heart of Clarét Rondel. Honoring tradition and innovation, each collection is inspired by a mixture of American heritage and European energy, creating a brand aesthetic with an unconventional character. The brand expands on individuality by offering iconic designs and sharing the interesting story behind it.

Clarét Rondel

Julia Kaja Hrovat

Ljubljana, Slovenia

A young fashion designer, Julia Kaja Hrovat creates a brand bearing her name. This new women’s collection has a pronounced definition of identity. Her designs are motivated and derived from the history, culture and heritage of her surroundings and origins. Each one of her collections has been focused on the query of identity. A Visual transfer of symbols originating from the cultural heritage as well as the architecture creating garments with which she desires to emphasise the identity of the Slovene nation along with its history and as such creates timeless designs messaging it’s values. Her designs are for women of all ages. Julia Kaja creates for the confident woman, she is a dreamer, she is strong, smart, seductive, real and loves life.

Julia Kaja Hrovat

Ramona Erb

Basel

Swiss brand RAMONAERB was founded in Berlin 2017. The time in the rude city really shaped her work. Most of the people there on the street are unfriendly, disrespectfully and straight. This behaviour and how people treated each other had a big impact on finding her inspiration and designing her collections. Also the huge flow of refugees from Syria had a big impact to found her brand with social commitment.
In every season she donates 10 Euros per sold piece to a charity organisation. the inspiration is always related to political and social injustices.

RAMONAERB

Jelena Aleksic

Zagreb

Jelena Aleksic graduated in 2011 from the University of Zagreb's Faculty of Textile and Technology, with a master's degree in Engineering Textiles and Fashion Design. Whilst studying she won the Best Young Designer award at Zagreb Fashion Week with her capsule womenswear collection. Furthermore, her graduation menswear collection won her the award for Best Young Designer at the Fashion Incubator Portanova competition in Croatia.

Since graduating, Jelena has been designing both menswear and womenswear under her own label, JA by Jelena Aleksic, with the desire to create innovative and futuristic yet wearable clothes. JA in Croatian means 'me' or 'I'. The brand aesthetic is focussed upon constructed and deconstructed design, working and playing with the asymmetry of the fragments that make up the clothes. Undelining the designs are simple shapes with minimal cuts, materials and colours.

JA by Jelena Aleksic

Dovilė Šopytė

Spain

Shopyte is a fashion brand crafting elegant, classic clothing for women, who value quality, femininity, and sustainability. When designing each collection, the designer sees the unpredictable and dimensional city muse, moving through her day with grace and ease, at work, at play, with herself, with her family... She is comfortable within and has worked hard to be here.

Shopyte

Hattie Wragg

Brno, Czech Republic

Hattie Wragg is a British born jewellery designer and creative director of sustainable contemporary jewellery brand Queen’s Wood Studio. Her work is strongly inspired from Dadaist art and literature. She works in collaboration with her material and sees her work as a form of collage. Her vision is to create but without a big footprint. Her jewellery has natural curves and is peaceful to look at.

Queen's Wood Studio

Ana Duarte

Lisbon, Portugal

Ana Duarte is a Lisbon based designer and Creative Director of sustainable sportswear luxury brand, Duarte. Ana draws inspiration from her love for sports, nature, colour, and comfortable yet feminine personal style. Conscious about the body and movement, her pieces are ergonomically designed. She creates for people who wear clothes for their love for the story behind them. The pieces are about the details, quality finishes and materials, allying classic tailoring and sportswear techniques, the garments are made to last a lifetime.

Duarte

Cleo de Laet

Copenhagen, Denmark

Cleo de Laet is a Belgium-born Slow Fashion designer based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her eponymous brand seeks to elevate fashion clothing to an experience by giving the consumers the option to buy sewing kits and sew high-end fashion garments themselves. The designer is deeply influenced by art and architecture. Her motive is to make people treat clothes as valuable items to be handed down through generations. She was first inspired by sewing magazines and aspires to bring high-end fashion to DIY (do-it-yourself) fashion.

Cleo de Laet

Selma Štrkljević Mravak

Croatia

Little Wonder is a brand well known for its statement necklaces, bracelets and earrings, all made of materials such as linen, cotton, leather, hand-cut, galvanized and 24K gold plated brass, sterling silver, semiprecious stones and other seemingly incompatible additions. This eclectic mixture of different materials and patterns characterizes Little Wonder jewellery. Every piece of jewellery is handmade with love and great precision. The main philosophy behind the brand are powerful impression and quality. LW jewellery is made for confident women who are not afraid to flirt with different styles but often opt for basic combinations with striking details. Collections are produced completely in the designer's studio in Croatia. Every piece is handmade by the designer herself with extreme care. Every collection is the reflection of the designer's current inspiration, such as nature, architecture, Mediterranean, constellations, and ethnic prints.

Little Wonder

Emmanuelle Perriard

Neuchâtel, Suisse

L’Atelier de broderie haute couture Emuska est né en 2017, avec cette volonté de créer des pièces uniques et particulières, travaillées avec amour et émotion. Avec un travail de passion qu’est la broderie haute couture, Emmanuelle Perriard, travaille la lumière et les matières en ayant toujours en tête l’innovation, la perfection et la simplicité tout à la fois. Univers fluide et aléatoire, comme la vie elle-même, créations et réalisations inspirées par les volumes, les courbes, les connexions, la nature et le mouvement.

The Emuska’s studio of Haute couture embroidery was born in 2017, with this desire to create unique and particular pieces, worked with love and emotion. With her passion for haute couture embroidery, Emmanuelle Perriard works on light and materials, always with innovation, perfection and simplicity in mind. Fluid and random universe, like life itself, creations and realizations inspired by volumes, curves, connections, nature and movement.

Emuska

Elisabeth Vestli aka. Charlie Black

Oslo, Norway

Too Damn Expensive encapsulates an intelligent sense of design with timeless and luxurious pieces. Collections are subtle yet strong with sharp tailoring and fit. We focus on making cool and interesting quality garments that can be transformed and used in different ways, by either detaching parts or changing the garment itself. Most of our garments have that feature, so you will have several garments in one. We always have a neutral colour palette - black, white, grey, or nude as they are classic and can be used in combination with everything. They have an edge to them but are not trend driven, so they cannot be out the next season. We design with a classic element and together with craftsmanship, the pieces are made to last and be wardrobe staples.

Too Damn Expensive

Melissa A. Day

Detroit, Michigan

Melissa is a Detroit based designer and artist. Her work is a reflection of a reconstructed history and is deeply rooted in collage work. Her clothing line is a sort of exploration, like her paintings. She would look at her paintings, step back and think what if she just found it this way. That way she knows if it is finished and had come to be what it was meant to be. With her clothing she is doing the same exploration. She finds second hand clothes and develops them into her own aesthetic. It has the same feel as her artistry, so looking for different textures and colours.

Melissaaday

Antoninias Smogavc

Slovenia

Antoninias Smogavc is a Slovenia-based designer and Creative Director of her eponymous label. Antoninias is an ethical resort-wear brand with a key focus on sustainable production. The designer seeks to empower women by means of her designs which capture a woman's body in its truest essence. 

Antoninias

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