Designers

  • Consumed
  • Consumed

    Each piece in the Consumed collection humorously tells its own story to be discovered. Thomas Zeitlberger’s designs are reinterpretations of classic patterns, enriched with fragments and references. Media pop culture combined with classicism, modernity with Gothic, consumption with criticism sensitively interwoven.

    It's not just a sample, a logo and the resulting status. It's baroque and free, everything is quoted and questioned. When something new is created from the existing in an associative way of working - the products are a brilliant eclecticism that is extremely wearable. His design has a »certain twist« with a subversive narrative.

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  • Gallego Desportes
  • Gallego Desportes

    Gallego Desportes is a beautiful collection resulting from Virginie Gallégo's encounter with Fabien Desportes after studying fashion design in Paris. In 1993, they created their first collection by mixing ancient textiles and fabrics Made in France.

    A great selection from European weavers knowing to produce an excellent and beautiful quality, the materials are necessarily natural, the designs timeless. The focus of their style is comfort and understated elegance. Today, the Gallégo Desportes collection is present in Europe, in the United States as in Canada, in Australia and Japan as in Korea.

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  • Labo.Art
  • Labo.Art

    Labo.Art is a brand based in Milan and stands for sober and minimal elegance. Constantly focusing on the reinterpretation of cotton, wool and linen in essential and modern shapes, top-quality materials with clean design.

    The perfect balance of taste and class creates a unique and easy style. Labo.Art’s production is of the highest “Made in Italy” standards. The Labo.Art flagship store is in Milan, where the company was founded. The collection is distributed in the best multi-brand stores all over the world.

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  • Les Moutons Noirs
  • Les Moutons Noirs

    Les Moutons Noirs is a limited series of clothes and accessories. The collection addresses customers with a creative and conscious attitude. Roomy dresses in exquisite quality. For gardens and galleries at the same time. Timeless, simple clothes and accessories, which go beyond the boundaries of age and size.

    All clothes are made from high quality fabrics in a small studio in Berlin. The line is not about fashion, but about the pure enjoyment of shapes, colour, materials and traditional clothes making. Volume and shape, the weight and the colour of a garment are all important.

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  • Suzusan
  • Suzusan

    Suzusan stands for a successful combination of grown tradition and modern design. The roots of the label, which is based in Düsseldorf are in Arimatsu, Japan. The Murase family has been refining fabrics in traditional and very elaborate handcraft for more than 100 years.

    Hiroyuki Murase, the eldest son of the family, came to Europe in 2002 and studied sculpture at the Düsseldorf Art Academy. It was here that he began to design the first scarves from the fabrics that his family had finished in Japan.

    From the first step of creating the fabrics, which until then had only been used for traditional Japanese clothing, he shifts the collection into a modern context.

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  • Tiefenbacher Lehmann
  • Tiefenbacher Lehmann

    Tiefenbacher Lehmann stands for clear, elegant design. The beautiful accessories - handbags, key rings and jewelry - are created in close cooperation with hand-picked manufacturers in Italy and Germany.The designersvalue high importance to fair and high-quality processing.

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  • Wommelsdorff
  • Wommelsdorff

    Since 2008 the Wommelsdorff collection is produced by experienced hand knitters in Germany using the finest quality yarns. It has enjoyed tremendous success and is sold worldwide in high-end department stores, including Barney's New York and Le Bon Marché, Paris and in exclusive boutiques in fashion capitals like Paris, London, Tokyo, Moscow and Berlin.

    Wommelsdorff's philosophy is to take a contemporary, pure and sensuous design aesthetic and combine it with an appreciation of traditional craftsmanship to create hand-crafted, 'one of a kind' pieces which emphasize the personality of the individual wearer.

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  • Zilla
  • Zilla

    Sylvia Pichler founded Zilla in 2005. Her affinity for metallic and construction materials has been a family affair from the beginning. It was her grandfather and father, a blacksmith and an architect respectively, who instilled into her a profound love for haptic experiences. She ultimately became an architect herself, transforming her vision of materials and design into uniquely shaped, minimalist handbags.

    Pichler starts out by repurposing materials, thus giving them a new life in an altered shape.This approach is a fundamental part of her creative process and the key to her brand’s ongoing success. Over the last 15 years, she has honed her craft on the international fashion stage, with her products now being available in highly select, sought-after retail stores. Zilla bags are exclusively manufactured in Northern Italy.

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