Fall 2013 accessories designer The Row (#OlsenTwins)
Various Frames Designer Cazal
Accessories and shoes SS13 designer Christian Louboutin
Twenty years after founding the business that bears his name, the 49-year old frenchman Christian Louboutin tries out bizarre ideas as creative as he is. He said “ One day, years ago, I was looking at some shoe prototypes and comparing them to my drawings, and they just looked too black. So I grabbed the model’s nail polish and said, - Can I try something ? - I painted the sole red and it made the colors really pop. From then on, I decided to paint all my soles red “. For the fashion designer Christian Louboutin, his most recognized brand signature is the colour red sole on his shoes he makes, and is also shows the colour red this bag.
Autumn Winter 2013 designer Sylvio Giardina
Sylvio Giardina is a bold and kind of “ out of the ordinary “ creative artist working for high fashion brands as a “haute couture designer” with 15 years of experience, who recently launched his own label with a fall 2011/12 collection that expresses his bright creativity and presents a new kind of female identity.
F/W 2013-14 designer Francesco Scognamiglio
Born in 1975, Francesco Scognamiglio made slowly but surely build a name for himself. From being recognized from large fashion magazines to famous hollywood stars. Born in 1975 in Pompeii, Italy in 1975. Scognamiglio is now based in Milan, where he consistently blends background and knowledge in classically beautiful tailoring with high-fashion contemporary design. He always make a strong, unforgettable mix that ensures each piece will remain a timeless wardrobe staple for years to come.
SS13 collection designer Patrick Li
Patrick Li is a Chinese-born London based designer how has completed Fashion Design and Business Studies BA at the University of Brighton.
Fall/Winter 2013 Menswear designer Miharayasuhiro
Mihara Yasuhiro is a Japanese designer known for his work with shoes. His work has lead him deals with Puma and major shoe distributors around the world. He loves experimenting with shoe design, and has created a unique signature on his shoes with design featuring special patterens, longer dips and everything from fur to studs to metallics and strips. After establishing his name in the shoe sector, Mihara started producing clothes for both men and women, spreading his influence. However, he remained dedicated to his shoe designs, as emphasized in the year 2000, with the start of the PUMA Mihara collaboration.