BOY was founded by Stephane Raynor in 1976. From Warhol, to Madonna, Punks through to New Romantics, club kids to fashionistas, all have worn BOY. Adopted as the uniform of choice for every youth movement that has mattered, the brand has outlived them all, with the unmistakeable spirit that underpins all things BOY remaining the same today as when it was first formed…
Dean and Dan from Dsquared2 know a thing or two about mixing materials or suitability. Identical twins leave Canada in 1991 for Italy, homeland of their grandparents and manage to transform fashion using a mix of America. The brand represents a mixture of Canadian spirit and refined Italian tailoring, together with attention to detail is Dsquared2 spirit that gave birth to a unique concept, an alternative to luxury.
For over twenty years, Giorgio Brato has been a leading figure in the leather sector, creating high-quality finished leather garments for his men’s, women’s and accessories collections. Known for his sophisticated approach to leatherwork, Brato’s leather garments have the feel and malleability of silk or linen, whilst simultaneously appearing aged or vintage. Every Girogio Brato garment is a ‘one of a kind’ item due to the unique dying and production process, meaning that no two designs look the same.
Givenchy is a classic couture house founded in 1953 by Hubert de Givenchy, the house of Givenchy quickly grew to become one of the most iconic fashion brands in the world. Having stood the test of time, Givenchy has acquired an army of celebrity wearers over the years, from the inimitable Audrey Hepburn to the post-modern muse Cate Blanchett.
Neil Barrett was born into a family of tailors in Devon, England. In 1999, Neil launched Neil Barrett brand a collection for men, made in the best factories in Italy, combining traditional English tailoring specific Italian lines. Neil Barrett sums up perfectly with modern minimalism. An English living in Milan, Barrett combines English tailoring techniques with Italian craftsmanship.