Minna Parikka won the title of Young British Glove Designer awarded by the British Glove Association. At the age of 23 she began work as the head designer for an Italian shoe brand called Uroads, based both in Italy and London. Alongside designing she has also worked as a stylist for the fashion industry.
A fresh approach to urban fashion with a Filipino twist--from fun & flirty party-wear to specially-customized bridal gowns with a whimsical, feminine flair.
Designer Carol Young became intrigued with the needs of urban nomads while living abroad. In 2002, she founded Undesigned, a collection of beautiful, functional, seasonless clothing designed for the modern nomad. The collection uses technical, organic and eco-friendly fabrics that are chosen for their function as well as aesthetic beauty.
French designer of hip, modern eyewear.
Teija Eilola is a 2012 Fashion Fringe Finalist. She gained a Distinction for her MA from the Royal College of Art, receiving the RSA Student Design Award in 2002.
PYG-Design is Patricia Yasmine Graf. This is style: felt weaved not sewn, smart bags, accessoires and furniture - the trendlable for designlovers.
Fashion design, glamour illustrations and the emotional drawings. A virtual space where the female figure is reinvented and enhanced by Sabrina Garrasi.
Vienna based fashion designer - collections twice a year in ladies fashion and accessiores beeing presented at the New York Fashion Week.
London based French-American footwear designer.
Andrea Valentini born and raised in Rhode Island, USA received both Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Interior Architecture degrees from (RISD). With more than 14 years of professional experience as a commercial and residential Interior Architect, receiving several awards for her interiors, she began to set her focus and explorations on "the object in space."
Alberto Villarreal is an awarded designer that has helped a variety of companies create innovative products such as sport goods and fashion accessories.
Rachael Cassar designs are high-end semi couture creations designed and constructed around the concept of sustainability. Rachael carefully sources quality reclaimed garments "chosen for the story they once had" and through the process of "deconstruction" rebirths the garments into something totally different.
Handmade wooden shoes with interchangeable, customizable ties. Eco- and vegetarian-friendly, Mohop shoes are created in limited editions and signed by the artist.
Clizia Ornato realizes hand made particular accessories: bracelets with old stamps from all around the world, necklaces and ties with kimono pattern, bracelets with candies vintage covers.