Designers A-z
  • With a passion for innovative knit design, London-based cousins Anna Singh and Rachael Wood founded Chinti and Parker in 2009 to bring a new level of tactility to contemporary womenswear. Driven by the concept of ‘material creativity’, the brand uses the finest yarns to create collections underpinned by sophisticated textures and distinctive character.

  • Giorgio Armani founded his eponymous label in 1974, and with the sister line Armani Jeans, the designer has your contemporary wardrobe essentials covered. Add to your off-duty style with our versatile collections of Armani Jeans and bags.

  • Goat is a truly British brand, established by founder and designer Jane Lewis in 2001. The label now synonymous with understated luxury began life as a cashmere range for the fashion cognoscenti, and has since developed into a full ready-to-wear collection. Signature luxury knits have been complemented by equally recognisable separates, dresses and outerwear.

  • Holland Cooper is a brand so synonymous with British luxury it’s recognised instantly in its use of the most superior Scottish woven tweed and wool combined with the finest suede and leather offering luxury tailoring for both men and women.

  • Smart, classic and wearable, Boss Hugo Boss is the go-to label for everyday dressing. Now a global powerhouse, the company started in Germany in the 1920’s. The collections epitomise understated luxury. From refined business wear to sophisticated casual looks and premium sportswear, these exquisite styles will ensure you’re perfectly dressed for every occasion.

  • J Brand was founded in 2005 in Los Angeles. At the brand’s first fittings, the designers renounced the relaxed fit that was mainstream at the time, and the first true skinny jean was born. Japanese retail giant Fast Retailing purchased the majority of J Brand in 2012.

  • Marella was set up in 1976 as one of the brands of the Max Mara Group; over the years it has developed into an authentic collection offering glamorous, contemporary, female fashion for all occasions. Merging the latest trends with Italian style, products are designed with the dynamic and style-conscious woman in mind, offering a wide range of coats, jackets, blouses, dresses, footwear, handbags and much more.

  • Max Mara is an Italian fashion business. It markets up-market ready-to-wear clothing. It was established in 1951 in Reggio Emilia by Achille Maramotti. In March 2008, the company had 2,254 stores in 90 countries.

  • Franco Moschino launched his namesake Italian label in 1983 with a vision for fun fashion. The label’s creative director Jeremy Scott stays true to the designer’s playful spirit with vibrant wearable mens and womens collections and tongue-in-cheek bags. Over the years, the brand has expanded to include the younger Moschino Cheap & Chic line, the Love Moschino denim line, fragrance, lingerie, and accessories.

  • Describing his look as ‘classic with a twist’, Paul Smith’s collections standout for their mix of traditional British styling, impeccable craftsmanship and eccentric detailing. Paul Smith has an ability to anticipate, and even spark off trends not only fashion but in the wider context of popular culture. He manages to transmit a genuine sense of humour and mischief mixed with his love of tradition and the classics.

  • PAULE KA is a French ready-to-wear brand, created in 1987 by Serge Cajfinger. Born in Lille in 1955, Serge Cajfinger spent his childhood in Brazil; he returned to France in 1968. In 1974, he opened a multi-brand store in Lille known as PAULE KA.

    Inspired by the grace and elegance of 50’s and 60’s style icons including Jackie Onassis KennedyAudrey Hepburn and Princess Grace Kelly, he sought to bring a modern twist to their timeless elegance. The brand’s style is geometric and sober, sophisticated yet urban, with some lasting characteristics such as black dresses, must-have bags and the use of bows.

  • What began 40 years ago with a collection of ties has grown into an entire world, redefining American style. Ralph Lauren has always stood for providing quality products, creating worlds and inviting people to take part in their dream. They were the innovators of lifestyle advertisements that tell a story and the first to create stores that encourage customers to participate in that lifestyle.

  • New York, United States — American fashion mogul Andrew Rosen launched Theory in 1997 with a popular women’s collection focused on flattering, precisely tailored pants and sleek shirts at contemporary price points.