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Acne Studios

Based in Stockholm, Acne Studios was born when its founder Jonny Johansson made a hit collection of jeans that he gave to friends. Since then, the brand’s cool Scandinavian take on style for every day has become the urban uniform for a global fanbase.

Baum und Pferdgarten

The super-feminine collections of Baum und Pferdgarten cover all bases in the modern woman’s wardrobe, from day dresses to office-friendly blazers and perfect jeans. Founded by Copenhagen design duo Rikke Baumgarten and Helle Hestehave, the label’s trademarks are strong colours and eye-catching prints.

Britt Sisseck

Britt Sisseck’s blouses have a gained a cult following among women devoted to their amazing fit, quality and masculine v feminine edge. A citizen of the world, Britt is Danish, but has lived and worked in America, Norway, France and Spain.

Cecilie Bahnsen

Rising-star Danish designer Cecilie Bahnsen has caught the eye of international fashion editors with her 21st century take on femininity, sculptural tailoring and focus on handmade pieces using traditional techniques.


Under the ten-year creative direction of wonder woman designer Phoebe Philo, Céline has continually set the global fashion agenda. Philo eschews trends in favour of creating a quality wardrobe for modern women – luxurious pieces designed make the wearer feel confident and strong.


The quintessential French fashion house, Chloé launched in 1952, its founder Gaby Aghion philosophy to give women “the freedom to dare to be themselves”. Ever since, Chloé has been synonymous with effortless, carefree boho, lustworthy blouses and hit bags.


Organic imperfection and delicate balance are the secrets behind Corali’s gold earrings and necklaces, where pearls and coral pendants meet the rippled shapes of an ocean floor. Each piece is carefully designed and handmade in Copenhagen, Denmark.


With 70 years of history, the house of Dior is one of the old French maisons, attracting some of the hottest design talents in the fashion world. From sharp coats and dreamy dresses to denim worksuits and embellished handbags of the finest quality, Dior has all bases covered.


Manuela Mariotti established Dondup as denim brand in 1999, but the label swiftly grew to encompass cashmere, leather jackets, shearling coats and fur, all embodying her cool sensibility and edgy, eye-catching aesthetic.


Based in Australia, Ellery’s style borders on the futuristic. In every collection you are sure to find something you’ve never seen before. It’s a clever mix of feminine and masculine elements worthy of Grace Jones in her heyday, with aggressive cuts and suprising takes on well-known elements.


Danish cool-girl label Ganni is loved for creating easy-to-wear pieces that women find themselves reaching for… day in, day out. From shoes to ready-to-wear, each piece captures the free spirit of Copenhagen style.

Helmut Lang

Launched in 1986, Austrian designer Helmut Lang’s label swiftly acquired a fanbase with its cool, pared-back minimalism and sharp-tailoring. Lang parted from the brand in 2005, but followers have stayed loyal to its beautifully made, wearable wardrobe staples.


Rising star of the fashion world, Simon Porte Jacquemus launched his eponymous label at the tender age of 19. The self-taught designer continually pushes boundaries with his cool, conceptual creations, favoured by A-listers Rihanna and Solange.

Lala Berlin

Established by Iranian-German designer Leyla Piedayesh in 2004, lala Berlin is a label with its radar finely attuned to the zeitgeist of its namesake city, Berlin. Known for its cool girl, downtown vibe and use of fine natural yarns, lalaBerlin is a go-to for beautiful knitwear.


The waterproof topcoat invented by Charles Macintosh in Glasgow, 1823 still bears his name. Mackintosh (yes, now spelled with a ‘k’) has since collaborated with the greats of international fashion. The handcrafted coats with understated, elegant cuts and muted colours have made Mackintosh big in Japan.

Magda Butrym

Magda Butrym is fast becoming the brand of choice for women seeking fashion with soul, and the uniqueness of pieces made by hand. Polish-born designer Magdalena Butrym creates pieces using traditional craftsmanship and hand-finished details such as crocheting and embroidery.

Manzoni 24

Manzoni 24 is the in-house line of Condorpelli, the fur company that manufactures for some of the world’s leading fashion houses. With a no-holds-barred approach to luxury fur and cashmere, Manzoni 24 is in a class of its own.

Maria Black

Behind the label is the Copenhagen-born jewellery designer whose first collections launched in 2010. Maria Black encourages a maix and match style that has become a favourite among her global clientele. The shapes are Scandinavian in their simplicity, with an added touch of international pizzazz.

Mark Kenly Domino Tan

A break-out fashion hit in recent years, Mark Tan got his start early in fashion – designing a dress for Princess Alexandra of Denmark at the age of 12. After honing his skills at some of the best fashion houses in Europe, in 2012 he launched his own label of polished, high-glam womenswear.

Mauro Grifoni

One of Italy’s best loved brands Mauro Grifoni started life as a collection of handmade shirts in 1997. Today it is the cool girl’s go-to for seriously stylish and simple to wear separates.

Mui Mui

The sister label of Prada, Miu Miu launched in 1993, taking its name from the childhood nickname of designer Miuccia Prada. ‘Miu Miu is what I’d like to be’, she has said of Miu Miu’s girlish aesthetic and playful tongue-in-cheek take on femininity.


Founded in 1953, and taking its name from a village in the French Alps (Monestier-de-Clermont), Moncler started out making garments for mountaineering. Today the brand’s philosophy is built on fusing heritage and style and with high-performance technical fabrics. Moncler’s down jackets are the luxury go-to winter coat.

Paco Rabanne

Since his appointment in 2013, creative director Julien Dossena has overseen something of a revival at Paco Rabanne, injecting the venerable house with a fresh, exciting new look.

Peoples Republic Of Cashmere

Peoples Republic Of Cashmere began with two friends who went traveling through Inner Mongolia. During their travels they stumbled upon a small cashmere producer specializing in cashmere garments. The friends were captivated by the quality of the cashmere.  Their dream is to share this local find with fellow connoisseurs.


There is a good measure of cartoonish playfulness at work in Hannah Weiland’s colourful Shrimps collections of faux fur coats, embellished clutch bags, and tartan fabric sneakers with lace decorations. This is the choice for the fashion-forward woman who wants to stand out in a crowd.


One of Italy’s most famous designers, Valentino Garavani established his label more than six decades ago. Today, under the creative direction of Pierpaolo Piccioli, Valentino in the 21st century covers all bases in the modern woman’s wardrobe.



Balmain continues to reinvent itself under the creative direction of Olivier Rousteing. Since 2011, the Frenchman has pioneered rebellious, rock ’n’ roll high-wattage style at the esteemed house, together with a military vibe and some of the finest leathers on the market.

Calvin Klein

The American minimalism pioneered by Calvin Klein has undergone a revival of late, with another minimalist, Raf Simons, at the creative helm. With a fashion-forward take on everything from denim, streetwear, tailoring, fragrances, and, of course, underwear, Calvin Klein has you covered.

Dior Homme

For generations a suit by Dior has stood for sophisticated French tailoring and expert cut. Under creative director Kris Van Assche, the esteemed house has become the go-to for a new generation of stylish men investing in a suit. 

Dolce & Gabbana

Founded in 1985 by Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, the Italian label is renowned for its strict Italian men’s tailoring infused with flamboyant Mediterranean flourishes. The Dolce & Gabbana universe encompasses fashion-forward sportswear, fragrances and accessories.


Dsquared2 first caught our attention with attitude-spiked streetwear in the 1990s. Canadian-born twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten’s fashion empire now covers all bases in the modern man’s wardrobe. Dsquared2’s loyal army of followers include A-listers Kanye West and George Clooney.


Since joining Kenzo in 2011, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim – the powerhouse duo behind Opening Ceremony – have won legions of fans for the sense of fun, youthful spirit and urban edge they have injected into the Parisian label.


One of the world’s most iconic houses, established in 1946, today menswear at Lanvin is safe in the hands of talented young Dutchman Lucas Ossendrijver, who takes a fashion-forward approach to classic French style. His sneakers have a acquired a loyal following.

Martin Asbjørn

Rising-star menswear designer Martin Asbjørn launched his Copenhagen based brand in 2012. Inspired by everything from science fiction to punk rock, he takes a modern approach to classic tailoring for men – infused with a street couture vibe. We love his outerwear, reinterpreted each season in finest quality materials.


Founded in 1953, and taking its name from a village in the French Alps (Monestier-de-Clermont), Moncler started out making garments for mountaineering. Today the brand’s philosophy is built on fusing heritage and style and with high-performance technical fabrics. Moncler’s down jackets are the luxury go-to winter coat.

Moncler Gamme Bleu

What happens when you cross the world’s premiere outerwear brand with menswear designer Thom Browne’s modern aesthetic? The result is a street-friendly and ultra-fresh collection constructed using cutting edge high-performance tech fabrics.  

Neil Barrett

The English designer Neil Barrett established his reputation by steering tailoring into the 21st century, reinventing the suit for a new generation of style conscious men. He is committed to Italian quality, with each piece finished to exacting standards. Today, the label’s range includes fashion-forward sportswear and expertly cut trousers.

Philipp Plein

When is a sneaker more than just a sneaker? When it is a Philippe Model sneaker, constructed using traditional Italian shoemaking traditions and made from the finest materials. The brand combines Italian quality with a modern design direction, taking the sneaker to another level.

Philippe Model

A sneaker isn’t just a sneaker: At Philippe Model, traditional Italian shoemaking techniques and luxury materials are matched with current, minimalist styles, taking the label’s comprehensive collection of casual men’s shoes to another level of urban luxury.


Valentino’s creative director Pier Piccioli trained under the master – Valentino Garavani himself. Now, in the brand’s second generation, Picciloli has refreshed its signature tailoring with a youthful, masculine edge, while expanding into couture-grade sportswear. Look out for the brilliant accessories.