Making jeans that enhance all body shapes while being part of the denim trend? This is the stylistic feat Alexia Elkaim has achieved with Miaou, an independent jeans label that in a short time has conquered the fashion scene.
Parisian style for the Instagram era: Jeanne Damas offers us Rouje, her fashionable, accessible and exclusively digital ready-to-wear label.
Transforming the painful ritual of buying new shoes – a frequent occurrence when you have young children – into playtime has now become reality! On a street corner in Valencia, Spain, Spanish design studio Clap has redesigned children’s shoe shop Little Stories, creating a colourful, visually stimulating sales space.
Adored by influencers, heralded by editors and supported by investors, Copenhagen-based Ganni continues to seduce the fashion world. But what is its secret?
Renowned emperor of catwalk scenography, French designer Alexandre de Betak’s studio once again creates a grandiose set for the latest haute couture show by maison Dior.
Closely watched in the fashion scene, the Jaeha label breaks free from stylistic conventions to offer fashion filled with artistic emotion. Here’s the story.
The son of the legendary Italian designer presented the first collection of his RRR Triple label at the latest edition of Pitti Uomo.
Want to dress your youngest with taste and originality, at the same time as respecting their need to move? Then look to the Spanish coast: Barcelona-based and made by local craftsmen, Picnik offers a colourful wardrobe for children from three months to eight years old, featuring fresh and imaginative basics made from quality materials that are perfect for carefree play and exploration.
Ten years after its creation, the Hungarian label, which owes its recent popularity to Instagram, is now experiencing a new lease of life.
Far from traditional fast-fashion brands, Haeni Kim offers accessible fashion for active women with her label Kitri.