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6397

6397

Posted 03/07/2013 July 2013
The perfect fit is the Holy Grail for denim aficionados and so when Stella Ishii, owner of NYC-based fashion showroom ‘News’, became frustrated with having to always tailor jeans to achieve her coveted slouchy carrot-silhouette, she launched her own line of essential denim pieces to fill the void.

The perfect fit is the Holy Grail for denim aficionados and so when Stella Ishii, owner of NYC-based fashion showroom ‘News’, became frustrated with having to always tailor jeans to achieve her coveted slouchy carrot-silhouette, she launched her own line of essential denim pieces to fill the void.

6397, which spells out N-E-W-S numerically, is an in-house collaborative project that sees the News team designing the collection based on how they like to dress, resulting in inherently wearable pieces guaranteed to exhibit cool-girl status. The design principle of all the styles hangs around nailing the perfect sag – narrow at the leg opening but looser in the thighs and hips – and each of them is designed to break in and conform to the wearer, creating the sought-after louche look. Free from unnecessary detail, the minimal designs stand apart from the traditional women’s denim market with a decidedly boyish spirit and, together with a considered accompaniment of understated tops, form a collection of “grown-up streetwear” for the modern woman.

A Détacher

A Détacher

Posted 19/06/2014 June 2014
Mona Kowalska named her cult New York label ‘A Détacher’, French for ‘to be detached’, simply because she “liked the way it sounded.” Having spent her formative design years in Italy and then later running the Paris design studio of Sonia Rykiel, Kowalska’s own label has become something of a sleeper hit amongst the New York fashion cognoscenti. The intriguing mix of sharp edged, architectural separates feel grown-up but far from obvious, “I like structure…I like clothing that you put on and feel dressed,” but Kowalska acknowledges that her label is “just never going to be mass” – precisely what makes it so appealing.
Mona Kowalska named her cult New York label ‘A Détacher’, French for ‘to be detached’, simply because she “liked the way it sounded.” Having spent her formative design years in Italy and then later running the Paris design studio of Sonia Rykiel, Kowalska’s own label has become something of a sleeper hit amongst the New York fashion cognoscenti. The intriguing mix of sharp edged, architectural separates feel grown-up but far from obvious, “I like structure…I like clothing that you put on and feel dressed,” but Kowalska acknowledges that her label is “just never going to be mass” – precisely what makes it so appealing.

A Détacher is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
A Peace Treaty

A Peace Treaty

Posted 26/01/2012 January 2012
Hailing from backgrounds in social justice and humanitarian work, it seems only natural that when designers Dana Arbib and Farah Malik launched their New York accessories label ‘A Peace Treaty’ in 2008 that it should be charged with a social edict.
Hailing from backgrounds in social justice and humanitarian work, it seems only natural that when designers Dana Arbib and Farah Malik launched their New York accessories label ‘A Peace Treaty’ in 2008 that it should be charged with a social edict.
The collection is made in countries as diverse as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Bolivia, Peru, Turkey, India and Uruguay, where A Peace Treaty have set up projects to help revitalize generations-old family run craft industries that would otherwise be at risk of extinction due to pressures of global influences and financial necessities.
With endorsements from the likes of Olivia Palermo, Selma Blair, Christina Aguilera and Claire Danes, A Peace Treaty  scarves and jewellery are charged not only with social responsibility but instilled with an exquisite heirloom quality.
Aesa

Aesa

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Firmly ensconced in the creative melting pot that is Brooklyn, New York jewellery designer Randi Mates’ former career and studies as a historian continue to permeate her collections. “I am constantly looking at nature,” says Mates. “I love the way pavement cracks over time, antique botanical specimens, the burnished gleam of a wooden handrail…time and its effects fascinate me.”
Firmly ensconced in the creative melting pot that is Brooklyn, New York jewellery designer Randi Mates’ former career and studies as a historian continue to permeate her collections. “I am constantly looking at nature,” says Mates. “I love the way pavement cracks over time, antique botanical specimens, the burnished gleam of a wooden handrail…time and its effects fascinate me.”

Inspired by classical Greek and Roman metal work techniques, Mates launched her jewellery label, AESA, in 2006. The handmade pieces evoke memories of unearthed museum treasures that, once fused with Mates' unique fashion sensibility, result in a collection with a unique contemporary edge.

AESA jewellery is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.

Anntian

Anntian

Posted 07/01/2014 January 2014
Berlin-based duo Anne Hilken and Christian Kurt founded Anntian in 2006, specialising in unique cuts that are at once avant-garde yet deceptively simplistic. Seasonal dialogue is illustrated through conceptual print work and aims to prompt curiosity though covert detailing.

Berlin-based duo Anne Hilken and Christian Kurt founded Anntian in 2006, specialising in unique cuts that are at once avant-garde yet deceptively simplistic. Seasonal dialogue is illustrated through conceptual print work and aims to prompt curiosity though covert detailing.


Anntian is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Apolis

Apolis

Posted 24/07/2012 July 2012
In 2004, brothers Raan & Shea Parton, founded Apolis with a simple idea that people can live better lives if they are given equal access to opportunity. Their travels abroad immersed them in personal stories of struggle and survival that inspired them to create a business model that bridges commerce and microeconomic development. Along with their commitment to global advocacy, they also understand the importance of sourcing and manufacturing locally. An average of sixty percent of Apolis' product assortment is American-made and crafted within ten miles of the Apolis Los Angeles headquarters. Whether it means partnering with manufacturers in Uganda, Peru, Bangladesh, or around the corner in Los Angeles, the Partons have consistently pursued the goal of empowering people through opportunity.
In 2004, brothers Raan & Shea Parton, founded Apolis with a simple idea that people can live better lives if they are given equal access to opportunity. Their travels abroad immersed them in personal stories of struggle and survival that inspired them to create a business model that bridges commerce and microeconomic development. Along with their commitment to global advocacy, they also understand the importance of sourcing and manufacturing locally. An average of sixty percent of Apolis' product assortment is American-made and crafted within ten miles of the Apolis Los Angeles headquarters. Whether it means partnering with manufacturers in Uganda, Peru, Bangladesh, or around the corner in Los Angeles, the Partons have consistently pursued the goal of empowering people through opportunity.
Baserange

Baserange

Posted 11/04/2012 April 2012
Launched in 2010 by the Danish clothing company responsible for childrenswear label Pop Up Shop, Base Range is a collection of simple, accessible garments for women made solely from organic, natural or raw fibres. 

Base Range’s muted colour palette of nude, off white, grey and black lends itself perfectly to their simple shapes, with classic long and short sleeve tees and vests in softest organic bamboo jersey or cotton the ultimate in in pared down chic. “Our passion is to make everlasting basic wear both sustainably and high on quality. Our aim is to create timeless organics.”

Launched in 2010 by the Danish clothing company responsible for childrenswear label Pop Up Shop, Base Range is a collection of simple, accessible garments for women made solely from organic, natural or raw fibres. 

Base Range’s muted colour palette of nude, off white, grey and black lends itself perfectly to their simple shapes, with classic long and short sleeve tees and vests in softest organic bamboo jersey or cotton the ultimate in in pared down chic. “Our passion is to make everlasting basic wear both sustainably and high on quality. Our aim is to create timeless organics.”
Bellerose

Bellerose

Posted 01/08/2012 August 2012
Bellerose is a men’s, women’s and childrenswear label synonymous with Belgian deconstructivism. Founded in 1989, the Bellerose childrenswear collection was later introduced in 2002. Designer Stephanie Lay’s love of vintage is evident in the label’s quirky vibe, pre-washed cottons, and effortless wearability whilst flashes of accent colours and original fabric combinations inject a modern edge to the muted colour palette.


Bellerose is a men’s, women’s and childrenswear label synonymous with Belgian deconstructivism. Founded in 1989, the Bellerose childrenswear collection was later introduced in 2002. Designer Stephanie Lay’s love of vintage is evident in the label’s quirky vibe, pre-washed cottons, and effortless wearability whilst flashes of accent colours and original fabric combinations inject a modern edge to the muted colour palette.
Bonne Maison

Bonne Maison

Posted 23/07/2014 July 2014
Bonne Maison prides itself in using only the highest quality Egyptian cotton spun in Italy. With their socks being double thread knitted for optimal strength and durability. All colour scales are unique and drawn up with care for each new collection. The fine gauge of the soft knit allows high accuracy and refinement to the different patterns. Bonne Maison proudly develop and produce all of their products in France.
Bonne Maison prides itself in using only the highest quality Egyptian cotton spun in Italy. With their socks being double thread knitted for optimal strength and durability. All colour scales are unique and drawn up with care for each new collection. The fine gauge of the soft knit allows high accuracy and refinement to the different patterns. Bonne Maison proudly develop and produce all of their products in France.
Clare V

Clare V

Posted 03/07/2013 July 2013
Frustrated by a lack of functional yet stylish laptop cases, Clare Vivier decided to design her own. Today, the ethically made Clare V. collection has grown to include handbags, clutches, totes and shoulder bags, successfully marrying what Vivier describes as “classic French glamour with minimalist L.A. cool”.
Frustrated by a lack of functional yet stylish laptop cases, Clare Vivier decided to design her own. Today, the ethically made Clare V. collection has grown to include handbags, clutches, totes and shoulder bags, successfully marrying what Vivier describes as “classic French glamour with minimalist L.A. cool”.
Coast Wide

Coast Wide

Posted 03/07/2013 July 2013
With a history of 80 years creating quality American-made chambray, Coast-Wide makes its debut on UK shores at Couverture and the Garbstore this season with a collection of essential unisex chambray threads, re-imagined as future classics.

Produced in limited runs in Los Angeles using only the finest Japanese cloth, individual pieces are adorned with motifs including graphic arrows or geometrics inspired by lunar phases, hand-crafted by a local community of artists and friends of the brand.
With a history of 80 years creating quality American-made chambray, Coast-Wide makes its debut on UK shores at Couverture and the Garbstore this season with a collection of essential unisex chambray threads, re-imagined as future classics.

Produced in limited runs in Los Angeles using only the finest Japanese cloth, individual pieces are adorned with motifs including graphic arrows or geometrics inspired by lunar phases, hand-crafted by a local community of artists and friends of the brand.

Typifying the laid-back West Coast attitude, the chambray shirts sport perfectly faded washes and a relaxed fit that negates the years of dedicated wear normally needed to achieve that coveted lived-in status.
Colenimo

Colenimo

Posted 07/02/2011 February 2011

After graduating from the prestigious Tokyo Mode Fashion University, Japanese born designer Aya Nakagawa spent the next eight years honing her skills at a number of fashion companies whilst also attaining prominence as the lead singer of a popular indie band.

After graduating from the prestigious Tokyo Mode Fashion University, Japanese born designer Aya Nakagawa spent the next eight years honing her skills at a number of fashion companies whilst also attaining prominence as the lead singer of a popular indie band.

A subsequent move to East London prompted Aya to launch her own collection, Colenimo, in 2007. Passionate about detail and quality garment construction, Aya's aesthetic vision is unashamedly rooted in the style and panache of the early twentieth century with Colenimo having become a byword for exquisitely made timeless garments with an assured sense of individual style.


Erin Considine

Erin Considine

Posted 23/10/2012 October 2012
Artist, designer and jeweller, Erin Considine, has been making things with her hands for as long as she can remember. With an extensive background in the Arts; in particular craft making, architecture, metal work and sculpture; it was the Maryland native’s move to New York that prompted the launch of her eponymous collection in 2009.
Artist, designer and jeweller, Erin Considine, has been making things with her hands for as long as she can remember. With an extensive background in the Arts; in particular craft making, architecture, metal work and sculpture; it was the Maryland native’s move to New York that prompted the launch of her eponymous collection in 2009.

Merging her skill as a metalsmith with a life-long passion for fibre, Considine’s sustainably minded collection marries recycled and repurposed metals with ethically sourced cotton and silks, the muted hues the result of a natural dying process incorporating organic Tumeric, Hibiscus and a whole host of produce grown in her own garden. Continually experimenting with technique and form, each collection incorporates weaving, crocheting and the Japanese braiding style of Kumihimo, with every step of the production process completed by hand in New York, primarily by Considine herself.

Erin Considine is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.

Etnia Barcelona

Etnia Barcelona

Posted 08/04/2014 April 2014
David Pellicer founded the Etnia Barcelona optical label in 2003, at a time when eyewear frames were predominantly available in black or brown only. As the third generation of an optical manufacturing family, Pellicer’s mission was to create unique eyewear remarkable for its original designed colours, believing that ‘glasses show the personality of the person wearing them’ and giving rise to the label’s sentiment that ‘Impersonality Kills.’
David Pellicer founded the Etnia Barcelona optical label in 2003, at a time when eyewear frames were predominantly available in black or brown only. As the third generation of an optical manufacturing family, Pellicer’s mission was to create unique eyewear remarkable for its original designed colours, believing that ‘glasses show the personality of the person wearing them’ and giving rise to the label’s sentiment that ‘Impersonality Kills.’

Using only the finest quality glass lenses, 100% environmentally-friendly acetate frames, and ergonomic design for the ultimate in comfort, every pair of Etnia Barcelona glasses are designed and made in Pellicer’s hometown of Barcelona. Furthermore, since its launch Etnia Barcelona has donated upon average 25,000 pairs of glasses per year to disadvantaged areas where individuals would otherwise be unable to afford the glasses that they absolutely need.  
Falconwright

Falconwright

Posted 17/07/2012 July 2012
Accessory label Falconwright is a collaborative affair, launched by Toronto based designers and firm friends, Sandi Falconer and Danielle Wright. Falconwright's distinctive collection of screen-printed leather goods, handmade in small quantities, is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Accessory label Falconwright is a collaborative affair, launched by Toronto based designers and firm friends, Sandi Falconer and Danielle Wright. Falconwright's distinctive collection of screen-printed leather goods, handmade in small quantities, is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
G.Kero

G.Kero

Posted 28/03/2014 March 2014
With a name derived from the French film ‘Gisele Kerozene’, the G.Kero collection of cotton and jersey separates was intended by artist Margueritte Bartherotte as an alternative medium for her designs rather than purely as a fashion label. A graduate of Belgium’s acclaimed La Cambre school of art and design, Bartherotte would rather people wore her art than see it hanging in a gallery, and the deceptively simple pieces have become her current day canvases. Bartherotte’s charming freehand style reflects both her bohemian upbringing in the South of France and her innate joie de vivre and G.Kero has garnered a cult following that includes the likes of Marion Cotillard and Kate Moss.
With a name derived from the French film ‘Gisele Kerozene’, the G.Kero collection of cotton and jersey separates was intended by artist Margueritte Bartherotte as an alternative medium for her designs rather than purely as a fashion label. A graduate of Belgium’s acclaimed La Cambre school of art and design, Bartherotte would rather people wore her art than see it hanging in a gallery, and the deceptively simple pieces have become her current day canvases. Bartherotte’s charming freehand style reflects both her bohemian upbringing in the South of France and her innate joie de vivre and G.Kero has garnered a cult following that includes the likes of Marion Cotillard and Kate Moss.
Grace Lee Designs

Grace Lee Designs

Posted 10/06/2014 June 2014
Grace Lee Designs
Grace Lee Designs
Hansel From Basel

Hansel From Basel

Posted 24/10/2011 October 2011
Inspired by the small details of everyday life, Los Angeles based designer Hannah Byun creates tasteful and spirited socks, tights and accessories for her label, Hansel from Basel.
Inspired by the small details of everyday life, Los Angeles based designer Hannah Byun creates tasteful and spirited socks, tights and accessories for her label, Hansel from Basel.

Byun's years of art school training are evident in the whimsical touch, quirky prints and textured patterns for which she has become known. This attention to detail combined with Byun's choice of high quality fabrics has earned Hansel from Basel cult status as well as a loyal celebrity following.
Helena Rohner

Helena Rohner

Posted 14/01/2011 January 2011
Spanish jewellery designer Helena Rohner was born in the Canary Islands and later studied at London School of Economics. However it was a fortuitous trip to Florence that ignited her interest in jewellery making. Rohner’s jewellery is striking for its simplicity of line and purity of design and she likes to combine unusual materials such as wood or porcelain with sterling silver to create necklaces, rings and earrings with a uniquely contemporary look.
Spanish jewellery designer Helena Rohner was born in the Canary Islands and later studied at London School of Economics. However it was a fortuitous trip to Florence that ignited her interest in jewellery making. Rohner’s jewellery is striking for its simplicity of line and purity of design and she likes to combine unusual materials such as wood or porcelain with sterling silver to create necklaces, rings and earrings with a uniquely contemporary look.

Rohner also designs a selection of homewares including oriental style ceramic tea sets, organic shaped vases and table lamps that pay reference to Scandinavian design classics from the forties and fifties. Jewellery still remains Rohner’s main focus however, “Jewellery is a question of light, the light you add to your body.”

Henrik Vibskov

Henrik Vibskov

Posted 07/01/2014 January 2014
A leading light of the New Nordic Movement, Danish designer Henrik Vibskov founded his eponymous fashion label shortly after graduating from London’s Central St Martins. Upon returning to his native Denmark, Vibskov initially established himself as a menswear designer before later incorporating womenswear and accessories within his unconventional label. Characterised by unusual prints and textures, the eclectic designs are a refreshing change from the accustomed Scandinavian minimalism.
A leading light of the New Nordic Movement, Danish designer Henrik Vibskov founded his eponymous fashion label shortly after graduating from London’s Central St Martins. Upon returning to his native Denmark, Vibskov initially established himself as a menswear designer before later incorporating womenswear and accessories within his unconventional label. Characterised by unusual prints and textures, the eclectic designs are a refreshing change from the accustomed Scandinavian minimalism.

Having once been described as ‘a unique artist that marches energetically to his own drummer’, Vibskov’s prodigious talent also extends to art, interior design, film directing and music.
Humanoid

Humanoid

Posted 16/02/2011 February 2011
Unique womenswear label Humanoid originated in Arnhem, Holland amidst the punk scene of 1980 via a collective of fashion designers, musicians, printmakers, jewellers and photographers.

The stealthily popular label takes as its raison d'etre the concept of "comfortable luxury"; fabrics that envelop the body in beautifully draped designs that stand out in their simplicity. The clothes and accessories often have surprising, even hidden details, the subtleties of which sometimes only become apparent when worn. Through simple adjustments almost every garment can be worn in more than one way and may also be combined to create the signature Humanoid layered look.
Unique womenswear label Humanoid originated in Arnhem, Holland amidst the punk scene of 1980 via a collective of fashion designers, musicians, printmakers, jewellers and photographers.

The stealthily popular label takes as its raison d'etre the concept of "comfortable luxury"; fabrics that envelop the body in beautifully draped designs that stand out in their simplicity. The clothes and accessories often have surprising, even hidden details, the subtleties of which sometimes only become apparent when worn. Through simple adjustments almost every garment can be worn in more than one way and may also be combined to create the signature Humanoid layered look.
Ingrid Verhoeven Jewellery

Ingrid Verhoeven Jewellery

Posted 23/10/2012 October 2012
Ingrid Verhoeven Jewellery
Ingrid Verhoeven Jewellery
Katrine Kristensen

Katrine Kristensen

Posted 20/12/2013 December 2013
Danish jeweller Katrine Kristensen launched her eponymous collection in 2013, after a decade of making bespoke jewellery. The deceptively simple graphic geometric shapes make for timeless contemporary pieces.  “I believe that a piece of jewellery should mean something special, hopefully be kept for many years and maybe passed on.”

Katrine Kristensen jewellery is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Danish jeweller Katrine Kristensen launched her eponymous collection in 2013, after a decade of making bespoke jewellery. The deceptively simple graphic geometric shapes make for timeless contemporary pieces.  “I believe that a piece of jewellery should mean something special, hopefully be kept for many years and maybe passed on.”

Katrine Kristensen jewellery is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Kure Bazaar

Kure Bazaar

Posted 26/11/2012 November 2012

Parisian brand Kure Bazaar has created a collection of nail lacquers that combine eco-natural formulas with vibrant, fashion-forward shades. Up to 85% of the formula is derived from natural origin based on wood pulp, wheat, cotton, potatoes and corn helping to preserve and care for nails while also offering long-lasting, high-shine colour.

Parisian brand Kure Bazaar has created a collection of nail lacquers that combine eco-natural formulas with vibrant, fashion-forward shades. Up to 85% of the formula is derived from natural origin based on wood pulp, wheat, cotton, potatoes and corn helping to preserve and care for nails while also offering long-lasting, high-shine colour.

Laurence Dolige

Laurence Dolige

Posted 07/01/2014 January 2014
Laurence Doligé began her career as a designer in her hometown of Rouen before moving to Paris. After 12 years of designing the hugely successful ‘Madame à Paris’ brand, she decided to launch her eponymous label. Combining must-have items with exquisite fabrics and adroit cutting, Doligé successfully reinvents the classics and modernises the basics, imparting the collection with an easy elegance and Parisian insouciance that is her signature.
Laurence Doligé began her career as a designer in her hometown of Rouen before moving to Paris. After 12 years of designing the hugely successful ‘Madame à Paris’ brand, she decided to launch her eponymous label. Combining must-have items with exquisite fabrics and adroit cutting, Doligé successfully reinvents the classics and modernises the basics, imparting the collection with an easy elegance and Parisian insouciance that is her signature.
Le Petit Lucas Du Tertre

Le Petit Lucas Du Tertre

Posted 08/10/2012 October 2012
Created by former lawyers with a mutual love of fashion, Marie Lucas and Clemence du Tertre launched Le petit Lucas du Tertre in 2010. Citing inspiration as diverse as Tsumori Chisato (for her imagination and fantasy world) and Paul Smith (for his attention to detail and British eccentricity), their homeware collection is a sophisticated mix of brightly coloured quilts, cushions and accessories. Le petit Lucas du Tertre’s vintage inspired fabrics are hand printed or hand woven in India by skilled artisans who are practiced in the use of time honoured techniques.
Created by former lawyers with a mutual love of fashion, Marie Lucas and Clemence du Tertre launched Le petit Lucas du Tertre in 2010. Citing inspiration as diverse as Tsumori Chisato (for her imagination and fantasy world) and Paul Smith (for his attention to detail and British eccentricity), their homeware collection is a sophisticated mix of brightly coloured quilts, cushions and accessories. Le petit Lucas du Tertre’s vintage inspired fabrics are hand printed or hand woven in India by skilled artisans who are practiced in the use of time honoured techniques.
Lizzie Fortunato Jewels

Lizzie Fortunato Jewels

Posted 04/01/2012 January 2012
Elizabeth Fortunato has been designing accessories since childhood but it wasn’t until after a year’s stint as a fashion publicist that she formally joined forces with her twin sister Kathryn, and in 2007 the label Lizzie Fortunato was born.

Fusing found, reclaimed and precious materials that may include seashells from a remote Costa Rican beach to vintage whalebone poker chips from a defunct Punta del Este casino, the collection is characterised by exquisite craftsmanship in the form of hand-weaving, sculpting, beading and needlepoint, imbuing each piece with an inimitable one-off quality.
Elizabeth Fortunato has been designing accessories since childhood but it wasn’t until after a year’s stint as a fashion publicist that she formally joined forces with her twin sister Kathryn, and in 2007 the label Lizzie Fortunato was born.

Fusing found, reclaimed and precious materials that may include seashells from a remote Costa Rican beach to vintage whalebone poker chips from a defunct Punta del Este casino, the collection is characterised by exquisite craftsmanship in the form of hand-weaving, sculpting, beading and needlepoint, imbuing each piece with an inimitable one-off quality.

Marina Spyropoulos

Marina Spyropoulos

Posted 12/05/2011 May 2011
Having spent her childhood in Greece followed by studies in art at Byam Shaw, London and subsequent travels through Central America where she learned to silversmith in Mexico, Marina Spyropoulos's jewellery is the summation of many influences.


Having spent her childhood in Greece followed by studies in art at Byam Shaw, London and subsequent travels through Central America where she learned to silversmith in Mexico, Marina Spyropoulos's jewellery is the summation of many influences.

Now firmly ensconced in London's Notting Hill, Spyropoulos's aim is to create jewellery that is classic yet modern, sculptural and tactile. Inspired by aspects of classical Greek museum artefacts as well as nature itself, each piece is imbued with a purity and serenity that is unique to Spyropoulos - simple enough to be worn every day, exquisite enough to be worn for a special occasion.
Megumi Ochi

Megumi Ochi

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
With an artist father and an architect mother, it seemed inevitable that Japanese designer Megumi Ochi should work in a creative field. Leaving Japan to study at the prestigious Cordwainers College in London, Ochi launched her eponymous shoe collection immediately upon graduating. Ochi’s trademark style is simple, pure, refined but in no way conventional, adding a touch of glamour or a modern vintage twist to even the most basic of outfits. Ochi explains, “Shape, line and balance are essential elements for my shoes… simplicity is the end and not the beginning.”
With an artist father and an architect mother, it seemed inevitable that Japanese designer Megumi Ochi should work in a creative field. Leaving Japan to study at the prestigious Cordwainers College in London, Ochi launched her eponymous shoe collection immediately upon graduating. Ochi’s trademark style is simple, pure, refined but in no way conventional, adding a touch of glamour or a modern vintage twist to even the most basic of outfits. Ochi explains, “Shape, line and balance are essential elements for my shoes… simplicity is the end and not the beginning.”



Michel Vivien

Michel Vivien

Posted 07/01/2014 January 2014
Parisian Michel Vivien transitioned from painting to shoe design after a chance encounter with Italian brothers who owned a shoe manufacturing company in Naples. Having found his calling, he has since worked with prestigious Haute Couture houses creating shoes for Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy and Lanvin.


Parisian Michel Vivien transitioned from painting to shoe design after a chance encounter with Italian brothers who owned a shoe manufacturing company in Naples. Having found his calling, he has since worked with prestigious Haute Couture houses creating shoes for Dior, Yves Saint Laurent, Givenchy and Lanvin.

Exclusive to Couverture in the UK, Vivien’s eponymous footwear collection was established in 1998 and exhibits an unmistakably Parisian aesthetic – pared-back and with impeccable craftsmanship – aiming to create ‘beautiful shoes for beautiful women’.
Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre

Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre

Posted 03/07/2013 July 2013

Textile designers Amelie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan combined a desire to create artwork together with the influence of their home of Lyon, France – the birthplace of silk - to launch an innovative collection of printed silk square scarves.

Textile designers Amelie Charroin and Marie Colin-Madan combined a desire to create artwork together with the influence of their home of Lyon, France – the birthplace of silk - to launch an innovative collection of printed silk square scarves.

Milleneufcentquatrevingtquatre takes its name from the duo’s shared year of birth, 1984, and sees Charroin and Colin-Madan combine digital and manual printing techniques such as drawing, painting and photomontage to produce surrealist designs that fuse narrative with abstract patterns.  The pair’s contemporary aesthetic blends inspirations such as classical art, architecture and traditional silkscreen practises with modern influences from their daily lives, resulting in an avant-garde update on a time-honoured accessory.

All the pieces are woven, printed and shaped in France, working closely with the country’s finest silk manufacturers, and presented in beautiful boxes hand-printed in Leon.

Minä Perhonen

Minä Perhonen

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Minä Perhonen was launched in 1995, the brainchild of Japanese clothing and textile designer Akira Minagawa. The name originates from Finnish; with Minagawa being heavily influenced by the lifestyle and culture of the Scandinavian country; and translates as ‘I Butterfly’, a reference to his wish to “make many beautiful designs like those of butterflies’ wings”. 

The design process begins with sketches which are then made into original fabrics, each Minä Perhonen collection being built upon the principle of durable design with an aesthetic merit independent of seasonal trends.
Minä Perhonen was launched in 1995, the brainchild of Japanese clothing and textile designer Akira Minagawa. The name originates from Finnish; with Minagawa being heavily influenced by the lifestyle and culture of the Scandinavian country; and translates as ‘I Butterfly’, a reference to his wish to “make many beautiful designs like those of butterflies’ wings”. 

The design process begins with sketches which are then made into original fabrics, each Minä Perhonen collection being built upon the principle of durable design with an aesthetic merit independent of seasonal trends. Characterised by an inherently feminine and naïve style and impeccable attention to detail; buttons are often individually hand finished, hems intricately scalloped; Minagawa’s timeless designs combine Scandinavian and Japanese influences to unique effect.



Minä Perhonen is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.


Mociun

Mociun

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Brooklyn based designer Caitlin Mociun studied textiles at the Rhode Island School of Design before launching her own label Mociun (pronounced mo – shen) in 2005.

Brooklyn based designer Caitlin Mociun studied textiles at the Rhode Island School of Design before launching her own label Mociun (pronounced mo – shen) in 2005. Inspired by the designs of the Bauhaus movement as well as the plant photography of Karl Blossfeldt, Mociun deliberately keeps the garments of her eponymous label simple and pared down “so that the textiles can really make the impact.” “Usually images from my own past creep into the designs. I find the colours of photos from the late seventies and eighties really amazing.” Mociun creates traditionally styled contemporary fashion whilst incorporating sustainable fabrics such as organic cotton and bamboo.  

Odette

Odette

Posted 30/11/2011 November 2011
Sarkilahti’s fine art background is prevalent throughout her work with each design originating from a pencil sketch that is then carefully translated by hand into wax, like a small scale sculpture, before being cast into materials such as recycled sterling silver, brass, bronze and diamonds. “I am inspired by the notion of creating heirlooms; something rare and meaningful that can be passed down through the generations and reused.”
Founded in 2006 by artist Jennifer Sarkilahti, Odette is a Brooklyn-based jewellery collection inspired by organic and industrial shapes, natural specimens, unusual artefacts, and primitive forms.

Sarkilahti’s fine art background is prevalent throughout her work with each design originating from a pencil sketch that is then carefully translated by hand into wax, like a small scale sculpture, before being cast into materials such as recycled sterling silver, brass, bronze and diamonds. “I am inspired by the notion of creating heirlooms; something rare and meaningful that can be passed down through the generations and reused.”

Odette jewellery is made in New York City and is exclusive to Couverture in London.
Rabens Saloner

Rabens Saloner

Posted 23/10/2012 October 2012
Established in 2007 by former buyer Birgitte Raben Olrik, Danish womenswear label Rabens Saloner is the ultimate in laid back chic. Marrying exquisite textures and muted colours with traditional Asian craftsmanship, each collection features hand worked elements including intricate embroideries, leatherwork and knitted separates.
Established in 2007 by former buyer Birgitte Raben Olrik, Danish womenswear label Rabens Saloner is the ultimate in laid back chic. Marrying exquisite textures and muted colours with traditional Asian craftsmanship, each collection features hand worked elements including intricate embroideries, leatherwork and knitted separates. Keen to promote sustainability in the countries of origin, Olrik explains, “There is so much inspiration to gather from local artisans…it’s a kind of mutual fertilization, if you keep an open mind, amazing things can emerge from it.”

Rabens Saloner is new to Couverture for Spring Summer 2013.
Rachel Comey

Rachel Comey

Posted 12/12/2010 December 2010
Launched in 2001, American born designer Rachel Comey’s label has fast become the uniform of choice for cool downtown girls with its vintage inspired, rock and roll feel. Worn by the likes of Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kirsten Dunst and Courtney Love, few are aware that the former Theory design consultant originally started out as a menswear label (David Bowie wore a Rachel Comey shirt on Letterman.)

Launched in 2001, American born designer Rachel Comey’s label has fast become the uniform of choice for cool downtown girls with its vintage inspired, rock and roll feel. Worn by the likes of Maggie Gyllenhaal, Kirsten Dunst and Courtney Love, few are aware that the former Theory design consultant originally started out as a menswear label (David Bowie wore a Rachel Comey shirt on Letterman.) However such was the popularity of the men’s collection with women (they bought up all the small sizes in Barneys) that in 2003 she launched her womenswear and accessory line, which is now the mainstay of the brand. Comey explains, “Materials, craftsmanship, utility and a sense of humour are important in my collections…I don't like things to be too accessorized, but I do like them to be playful.”

Reality Studio

Reality Studio

Posted 07/01/2014 January 2014
German designer Svenja Specht’s elegantly androgynous label, Reality studio speaks heavily of her time spent working in Paris and Beijing, with multicultural influences a prevailing factor in her design identity. Refined detailing and exquisite materials result in a contemporary collection that is an intriguing mix of appealing elegance, feminine strength and a delicate sensitivity. With a natural affinity for ancient craft techniques and cultural references, Specht chooses not to be tied to seasonal trends and fast fashion, preferring instead to follow her personal mantra, “Do what you love and live now.”
German designer Svenja Specht’s elegantly androgynous label, Reality studio speaks heavily of her time spent working in Paris and Beijing, with multicultural influences a prevailing factor in her design identity. Refined detailing and exquisite materials result in a contemporary collection that is an intriguing mix of appealing elegance, feminine strength and a delicate sensitivity. With a natural affinity for ancient craft techniques and cultural references, Specht chooses not to be tied to seasonal trends and fast fashion, preferring instead to follow her personal mantra, “Do what you love and live now.”
Rodebjer

Rodebjer

Posted 07/01/2014 January 2014
Growing up on a small island off the coast of Sweden, Carin Rodebjer’s interest in fashion was inspired by her mother’s inherent love of textiles and craftsmanship. Having moved to New York to study at the acclaimed Fashion Institute of Technology, Rodebjer subsequently launched her eponymous label, creating timeless wardrobe essentials for the modern woman. “Our passion is distinct silhouettes and the feel, weight and drape of the fabric…I believe in a style that is effortlessly elegant without losing comfort, allowing women the luxury to get on with life without restriction.”


Growing up on a small island off the coast of Sweden, Carin Rodebjer’s interest in fashion was inspired by her mother’s inherent love of textiles and craftsmanship. Having moved to New York to study at the acclaimed Fashion Institute of Technology, Rodebjer subsequently launched her eponymous label, creating timeless wardrobe essentials for the modern woman. “Our passion is distinct silhouettes and the feel, weight and drape of the fabric…I believe in a style that is effortlessly elegant without losing comfort, allowing women the luxury to get on with life without restriction.”

Rodebjer is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.

Satomi Kawakita

Satomi Kawakita

Posted 30/11/2011 November 2011
Satomi Kawakita is a Japanese jewellery designer living and working in New York. The daughter of a dressmaker, Kawakita became fascinated by design and the creative process from an early age. Having originally studied art in Japan and worked as a glass blower, Kawakita later moved to New York to study jewellery design, working as a professional diamond setter for 7 years.
Satomi Kawakita is a Japanese jewellery designer living and working in New York. The daughter of a dressmaker, Kawakita became fascinated by design and the creative process from an early age. Having originally studied art in Japan and worked as a glass blower, Kawakita later moved to New York to study jewellery design, working as a professional diamond setter for 7 years.

Inspired by the freedom of expression found in New York, “Here in the US, originality is more important…everyone has a different look, different ideas, and we are proud of it”, in 2008 Kawakita launched her own eponymous collection of jewellery, “Satomi Kawakita”. Each piece combines an unusual organic sense of beauty with impeccable craftsmanship, “I get inspired by many things…by plants, architecture, geometric shapes, graphic designs and also textures of fabric, paper…I really like something imperfect and something you can feel the ‘human touch’.”

Satomi Kawakita jewellery is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.

Steven Alan Womenswear

Steven Alan Womenswear

Posted 12/04/2011 April 2011
Since opening his first store in New York in 1994, Steven Alan has become the style guru for the cool downtown crowd. Described as 'feminine with a hint of inner tomboy', his collections are filled with must-buy plaid shirts and cropped-sleeve blazers.
Since opening his first store in New York in 1994, Steven Alan has become the style guru for the cool downtown crowd. Described as 'feminine with a hint of inner tomboy', his collections are filled with must-buy plaid shirts and cropped-sleeve blazers.
Stine Goya

Stine Goya

Posted 16/02/2011 February 2011
Stine Goya combines beauty and drama in edgy collections for the daring individual. Collections that don't adhere to current trends but seek authenticity and renewal, grounded in a continual identity with a distinct visual expression. 

This is an expression that appeals to the independent female, whose personal style is an articulation of self. A person who revels in beauty and intense surroundings, she self-assuredly combines clothing to express herself and her character. Stine Goya's universe extends a modern framework for this individuality.

Stine Goya combines beauty and drama in edgy collections for the daring individual. Collections that don't adhere to current trends but seek authenticity and renewal, grounded in a continual identity with a distinct visual expression. 

This is an expression that appeals to the independent female, whose personal style is an articulation of self. A person who revels in beauty and intense surroundings, she self-assuredly combines clothing to express herself and her character. Stine Goya's universe extends a modern framework for this individuality.

Suki Cheema

Suki Cheema

Posted 07/01/2011 January 2011
Suki Cheema launched his eponymous homeware and accessories label in 2010. With each collection themed around a destination, cushions, rugs, throws and bags feature hand silk-screened prints based on images from Cheema’s travels.  “I grew up playing with fabrics in my parents’ clothing factory. I had an artistic streak as a child, and later on I studied fine arts. Instead of using canvases, I painted on fabrics.”
Suki Cheema launched his eponymous homeware and accessories label in 2010. With each collection themed around a destination, cushions, rugs, throws and bags feature hand silk-screened prints based on images from Cheema’s travels.  “I grew up playing with fabrics in my parents’ clothing factory. I had an artistic streak as a child, and later on I studied fine arts. Instead of using canvases, I painted on fabrics.”
SuTurno

SuTurno

Posted 25/03/2014 March 2014
SuTurno is a Madrid based design company founded by Julia Vergara and Javier Gutierrez Bayo. Their creative talent extends to a variety of disciplines including fashion, interior and graphic design, although they are probably best known for their exquisite print designs. As well as designing for a large number of international clients including Marc Jacobs, Norse Projects and Hoss Intropia, their own collection has garnered a cult following, with each silk scarf printed and hand-stitched in their native Spain.
SuTurno is a Madrid based design company founded by Julia Vergara and Javier Gutierrez Bayo. Their creative talent extends to a variety of disciplines including fashion, interior and graphic design, although they are probably best known for their exquisite print designs. As well as designing for a large number of international clients including Marc Jacobs, Norse Projects and Hoss Intropia, their own collection has garnered a cult following, with each silk scarf printed and hand-stitched in their native Spain.

SuTurno is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Taise By Souts

Taise By Souts

Posted 13/03/2014 March 2014
Taise by Souts was launched by four shoe fanatics with the aim to create a fun, quality and inherently French footwear label. With their cumulative backgrounds in buying, styling, production and ready-to-wear, Souts were able to locate a factory in Perigord; a famous French shoe-making area attracting names such as Hermès and Repetto; to build on over 60 years of experience. With their use of organic cottons and exclusive soles, they remain respectful of the environment whilst creating a brand that successfully combines French tradition with a stylish edge.
Taise by Souts was launched by four shoe fanatics with the aim to create a fun, quality and inherently French footwear label. With their cumulative backgrounds in buying, styling, production and ready-to-wear, Souts were able to locate a factory in Perigord; a famous French shoe-making area attracting names such as Hermès and Repetto; to build on over 60 years of experience. With their use of organic cottons and exclusive soles, they remain respectful of the environment whilst creating a brand that successfully combines French tradition with a stylish edge.
Thierry Lasry

Thierry Lasry

Posted 23/10/2012 October 2012
With an optician father and a designer mother, eyewear was an obvious choice for cult designer Thierry Lasry. Launched in 2006, the eponymous label embodies the concept of ‘futuristic vintage’, with Thierry drawing inspiration from retro designs and materials before adding his signature avant-garde touch.
With an optician father and a designer mother, eyewear was an obvious choice for cult designer Thierry Lasry. Launched in 2006, the eponymous label embodies the concept of ‘futuristic vintage’, with Thierry drawing inspiration from retro designs and materials before adding his signature avant-garde touch.

Eschewing the oversized logos favoured by other brands for time-honoured craft techniques and exquisite workmanship, each frame is entirely hand made in France from acetate by the iconic Italian house of Mazzucchelli. Lasry’s A-list following; Madonna, Eva Mendes, Jessica Alba and Anne Hathaway to name but a few; is surely testament to the fact that sometimes less is most definitely more.
Tocca

Tocca

Posted 23/10/2012 October 2012
Tocca, the iconic cool-girl label of choice in the Nineties, has recently undergone a unique revival under the visionary direction of Emma Fletcher; the Australian creator of much loved and sorely missed sleeper-hit Lyell.

Understated detailing such as gossamer thread lace inserts and peter pan collars evoke the aesthetic that made Tocca irresistible in its heyday but with contemporary colours and sharp tailoring adding a newly sophisticated look appropriate for this decade.

Tocca is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Tocca, the iconic cool-girl label of choice in the Nineties, has recently undergone a unique revival under the visionary direction of Emma Fletcher; the Australian creator of much loved and sorely missed sleeper-hit Lyell.

Understated detailing such as gossamer thread lace inserts and peter pan collars evoke the aesthetic that made Tocca irresistible in its heyday but with contemporary colours and sharp tailoring adding a newly sophisticated look appropriate for this decade.

Tocca is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
Wwake

Wwake

Posted 10/06/2014 June 2014
Wwake is a progressive New York based jewellery line established in 2011. With Textile experiments and knot work, Wwake has expanded into a full jewellery line commanding the attention of numerous publications including Vogue, W Magazine, Elle, Interview and Glamour.
Wwake is a progressive New York based jewellery line established in 2011. With Textile experiments and knot work, Wwake has expanded into a full jewellery line commanding the attention of numerous publications including Vogue, W Magazine, Elle, Interview and Glamour.

Their fine jewellery collection takes a minimal approach, capturing human actions in wisps of gold, and promoting a sense of play through interchangeable open shapes that are at once graphic and delicate.
Zaza Culture

Zaza Culture

Posted 18/03/2014 March 2014
Born in Bombay, India and of Dutch descent, Franciscka Rauwenhoff began her career as a fashion model before establishing herself as a successful freelance photographer. Now living in Australia, Rauwenhoff’s former travels to cities such as Paris, Milan, New York, Tokyo, Sante Fe and Marrakech inspired her to launch her jewellery label, ‘Zaza Culture’. The name Zaza is in homage to her daughter, with Culture a direct reference to the different experiences and philosophies she has encountered over the past two decades. Rauwenhoff ensures that each charm necklace, often featuring semi-precious stones, is created with ‘Good Luck, Protection, Good Health and Good Fortune.’
Born in Bombay, India and of Dutch descent, Franciscka Rauwenhoff began her career as a fashion model before establishing herself as a successful freelance photographer. Now living in Australia, Rauwenhoff’s former travels to cities such as Paris, Milan, New York, Tokyo, Sante Fe and Marrakech inspired her to launch her jewellery label, ‘Zaza Culture’. The name Zaza is in homage to her daughter, with Culture a direct reference to the different experiences and philosophies she has encountered over the past two decades. Rauwenhoff ensures that each charm necklace, often featuring semi-precious stones, is created with ‘Good Luck, Protection, Good Health and Good Fortune.’

Zaza Culture is exclusive to Couverture in the UK.
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