The designer, ALESSANDRO DELL’ACQUA, has always been leading the latest Italian fashion scene and he launched his own first line "N°21 (numero ventuno)" in 2010. The distinctive characteristics of his work, such as sharp tailoring, unique sensuality and femininity, still play an important role in his designs. On top of that, he values more sporty and wearable essences to heighten the brand. It surely is the brand that the most treasured genius in the Italian history established and it will never stop pursuing new esthetic frontiers.
Nina Ricci established her Parisian couture house in 1932. A hallmark of elegance, it would become famous for representing femininity via a sophisticated luxuriousness yet intentionally relaxed style.
By combining sumptuous materials with soft draping, tailoring and her ability to capture the essence, Nina Ricci became synonymous with contemporary fashion. Her main goal was to channel the personality of every woman; proposing a classic wardrobe that favoured naturalness over ostentation.
Guillaume Henry, Patou's artistic director, opens a brand new chapter in the history of the house founded by Jean Patou.
Developing a feminine ready-to-wear collection inspired by couture that’s both delicate and accessible, joyful and refined, Patou continues to dress real women, friends, collaborators, muses – women he meets and the ones who inspire him. For them, Patou should be as it has always been, easy to wear, hard to forget!
Francesco Ferrari and Tomaso Anfossi, both born in the mid 80’s, are up-coming designers who create succinct, comfortable, graphical and cute items. They place a high value on playful fabrics unlike ordinary designers. For example, they make pictures they took into an original fabric. This unique method can only be practiced by open-minded contemporary brands like CO|TE. They are targeting energetic women who lively enjoy their life and trying to create a whole new avant-garde world by their fresh and talented sense.