Vilagallo is a Spanish brand that celebrates “classic with a twist”. Derived from the fusion of the surnames of its designers Ines Villalón and Beatriz Gallo, the colourful design and detailing embraces individuality with playful humour and versatility.
The brand was successfully launched by the designers and their business partner Alberto Rodriguez in 1997 and offered a new formula for the working wardrobe. From the very beginning, Vilagallo has been driven by feminine tailoring, producing impeccable clothing which is recognised worldwide and worn by celebrities and the coolest girls around town.
The eclectic collections inspire and surprise, motivated by a kaleidoscope of global references. Patterned silks, mixed fabrications and diverse prints speak of the Vilagallo identity: Creating a modern take on popular classics.
Tricot Chic was born in 1972 in Paderno d’Adda, Italy, as a manufacturer of ready-to-wear merchandise, specializing in knitwear.
Since then their savoir-faire manufacturing has evolved, yet they continue to use the same manual machines to create surprising combinations of fine yarns and other quality fabrics with bold prints and intricate details. Tricot Chic’s talent for creating three-dimensional effects with their materials illustrates their strong craftsmanship to produce a dynamic collection.
This family-operated brand values its traditions and is still designed and manufactured in Italy to this day. Upholding these standards allows them to preserve the brand’s identity throughout their strong customer base of sophisticated women in Northern Europe, the United States, Russia, Japan, and various other international markets.
An encounter between a businessman, David Jarmon and a young and lovely Canadian student, Tara, led to the 1986 birth of the Parisian women's ready-to-wear line Tara Jarmon. The design once helmed by Tara has since been entrusted to a great design team starting in 2018. They have seamlessly transitioned into the brand, all the while remaining dedicated to the style and aesthetic the Tara Jarmon customer knows so well.
The look is "chic" with a very feminine and modern twist. Tara Jarmon is a brand that loves playful colors and prints as well as architectural shapes where fantasy is a key word. Pattern makers, designers, and quality controllers work together carefully to ensure the attention to every detail. The exclusive prints are drawn and developed in-house and the pieces are produced with impeccable technique to allow the brand to flourish in markets around the world.
Maison Montagut’s story dates back to 1880 with the opening of their first factory in southern France. From that day forward, the company has remained a family business, passing down from generation to generation the time-honored techniques of their knitwear brand.
Since its creation, Maison Montagut has epitomized exceptional quality while garnering a remarkable loyalty from its clients along the way. The brand’s priorities are comfort, seduction and femininity. With an integrated team of designers, the brand keeps developing in the local and international markets.
Maison Montagut ensures the highest level of knitwear in operating their own factories in France and Portugal. The production follows a traditional technique that gives the collection a unique touch.
"Adroit," French: "Skillful in body or mind, quick and clever in thought and reaction."
Designed and based in Montréal, Adroit Atelier is a brand of contemporary fashions for the stylish modern woman. Comprised of essential, practical outerwear and effortlessly chic ready-to-wear pieces, the collection creates staples for any wardrobe.
The Adroit Atelier woman is always cultivating herself through her subtly sexy, yet casually elegant sense of style. The brand exudes a relaxed femininity with items to elevate and complete any outfit, allowing the sophistication and essence of the wearer to shine.
Meher Kakalia, born in Karachi, left her home town to study in London. After a few years in the world of Finance, she left the City to pursue a more creative career. Her idea was to design an original collection of shoes based on her country’s rich tradition of hand embroidery and shoe making. With this in mind, Meher launched a fresh collection of hand crafted shoes, often using colour in the most unexpected way.
In order to achieve her dreams, she had to set up her own workshop and spent time searching for master craftsmen. A real challenge that Meher has achieved in an incredible way by remaining committed to her respect for tradition, empowering women, using sustainable and recycled material, limiting the use of toxic glue and most of all her love for fashion. Meher currently lives between London, Karachi and Moscow with her lovely family.