Goodbye Winter, hello Spring!
With Roberto Collina and Wunderfell we slowly say goodbye to the winter.
Roberto Collina is a family business that has stood for Italian excellence for more than 60 years. They are famous for their knitwear-based collections made in in Italy, exactly in Crevalcore, North of Bologna, but Roberto Collina is not just a synonym of knitwear; it has also extended and perfected its range over the years, to meet the needs of an increasingly selective market. Roberto Collina is now a true lifestyle for men and women, with its full range that also includes accessories and where the knitwear includes precious textures that differ depending on the season and trends.
The Munich-based brand Wunderfell, launched in 2016, stands for innovative but timeless leather fashion of unique identity and lasting value. The collection shows superior jackets and coats in a soft, relaxed look. It combines sophisticated nonchalance, self-confidence, well-being and comfort. Wunderfell products are emotive products for modern and ageless people. Everything is
top quality of a through and through European production. The skins used come out from by-products of the food industry. They are repeatedly selected, carefully dyed in environmentally preservation processes and durably refined.
The result is a soft and cuddly wool miracle, a ‘Wunderfell’ miracle coat.
With Self-Portrait, Marc Cain and Armani we are ready for Spring!
Designer Han Chong, a Malaysia native founded the label Self-Portrait in 2013. His feminine dresses show lots of lace, embroidery and sheer overlays. He designs a wardrobe that is easy to wear and has just enough design details. It’s not very avant-garde, affordable and still something a bit more special. The Self-Portrait woman is not afraid to stand out. She definitely doesn’t want to blend in. She wants to light up, she likes attention, because you get noticed when you wear Self-Portrait. She’s feminine and at the same time, sometimes she’s not afraid to kind of play with gender and clothes. There are some pieces slightly more androgynous, cleaner lines and pieces which you can wear when you go to work, but at the same time you go out and put your heels on, put your makeup on and shine.
The German brand Marc Cain advocates the philosophy that the collection is the star. Marc Cain combines a sense of aesthetics and art with a laid-back attitude, a natural look, innovative thinking and exclusivity. Marc Cain is a declaration love to a woman. What kind of woman is she? She lives in the moment, is self-confident, open-minded and curious. She loves being a woman and expresses herself by what she is wearing- naturally and as a matter of course.
The brand Giorgio Armani is more than just fashion; the name stands for an entire lifestyle. Armani’s maxim is “less is more” and captivates with a unique style that is characterized by timeless, subtle elegance, minimalism, glamor and perfection. At the same time, there is a sense of relaxation, luxury and of course Italy. Giorgio Armani thinks women have changed since he designed the first men’s jackets for them. They have conquered their place in the world. Today they don’t have to put on a jacket to prove their authority. But they still need fashion that enhances their lifestyle, which puts them in higher spheres. Seems like Giorgio Armani is one of the few men in the world who really understand us.