A.P.C. was founded in 1987 by Jean Touitou and stands for Atelier de Production et de Création. While inspired by military workwear, the brand is know for its clean lines and minimalist designs. A.P.C. has collaborated with many high profile music artists and fashion brands over the years.
The brand started out as a jeans brand using only raw Japanese selvedge denim, which is still used today. They tend to fade quickly when worn, allowing denim enthusiasts to achive a lot of wear and fade quickly if they wish.
Alice Made This is a men's accessories brand that was founded with the clear and precise intention: to refine industry. British industrial engineering methods are used to create clean and honest accessories.
Inspired by architecture and geometry, a passion and respect for British factories lies at their core. Alice Made This products are driven by the human elements and processes behind industrial manufacturing, machines and materials in Britain.
Founded in 2011 by the Parisian designer Alexandre Mattiussi, AMI offers a stylish and comprehensive wardrobe that blurs the boundaries between casual and chic.
AMI, meaning 'friend' in French, stands for a relaxed, authentic and friendly approach to fashion and captures that particular type of Parisian nonchalance that is young, cool and carefree. In 2013, Alexandre was the first men's designer to win the prestigious ANDAM prize.
Arc'teryx is, first and foremost, a company focused on creating the finest products. It exists to create gear that is bold, relevant and performs beyond expectations.
Rather than build what the market expects, Arc'teryx has always used technology, design and craftsmanship to manufacture the best product for each environment, without compromise.
Originally founded in Japan in 1969, but introduced in Paris in 1981 for the first time, Comme des Garçons has been pioneering conceptual fashion with deconstruction, asymmetry and monochome colours.
Overseen by Rei Kawakubo herself, Comme des Garçons SHIRT is one of the brands many diffusion lines and specializes in transformed wardrobe staples. The high quality French-made shirts are slashed, spliced, patched, deconstructed and then reconstructed in continual exploration of how creative one can be with relatively limiting means. The collection is argumented with a moderate collection of outerwear, knitwear, trousers and accessories, as well as a basics range entitled SHIRT Forever.
Common Projects is a premium footwear brand made in collaboration between designers Flavio Girolami and Prathan Poopat. Inspired by the lines and shapes of everyday objects, they design their pieces with tailored approach and all items are handmade in Italy using the finest materials and techniques.
Dr Jackson's is a niche cosmeceutical company created from 21 years of pharmacognosy research, utilising the best from nature.
Founder Dr Simon Jackson has been doing research in laboratories around the world, carrying out in-vitro and in-vivo testing of indigenous plants and traditional medicines sourced all over the world from Europe and the Amazon to Indonesia to Sub-Saharan Africa, and collaborating with the best formulation scientists to produce a range of high-end skincare.
Dr. Ludidi is Health Consultant and Nutrition Scientist with a Ph.D in Gastroenterology. The doctor embraces an innovative approach in improving people's health and is a renowned expert in the field of nutrition and lifestyle.
He has always been intrigued by the human body and its physiology. Physical activity plays a prominent role in his personal life and he believes that a balanced diet is the true key to optimal health and vitality.
Dries van Noten is the third generation in a Belgian family of tailors. After graduating the famous Antwerp Royal Academy as part of the original "Antwerp Six", he launched his eponymous fashion label in 1986.
Know for his use of exotic fabrics with artistic pattern and prints, Dries van Noten has been entirely self financed since the beginning of his career.
Drôle de Monsieur is based in France and was created in 2014 by two friends with the will to create in a modern and minimalist perspective. These two are not designers, they are not from the fashion world and they do not live in the "Big Four".
Their outsider's state is considered as a strength, assumed through the motto “Not from Paris madame”. Behind it lays the desire to spread a message: “Whoever you are, wherever you come from and wherever you live, you can be what you aspire to be, whatever was your destiny”.
D.S. & Durga was founded in 2009 by autodidactic perfumer David Seth Moltz and architect Kavi Moltz. They believe in pefume's ability to conjure unseen worlds. The power of scent is equal to that of sight and sound. Artistry is their first priority.
All that they love in music, art, nature, and design is told aromatically.The scents are fragments of half-remembered myths and imaginary landscapes that invite one to explore.
Founded in 1867 by Edward Tautz, E. Tautz catered to the sporting and military elite of its time. In the 20th Century the brand became synonymous with quality tailoring famously creating the Tautz lapel and became a brand beloved by Hollywood stars of the day. In 1968, E. Tautz was incorporated into Savile Row tailor Norton & Sons. Headed by creative director Patrick Grant, E. Tautz was re- branded in 2009 and launched as a ready to wear label to wide critical acclaim.