• Pierre Balmain Pierre Balmain
    Pierre Balmain

    PIERRE BALMAIN

    The brand debuted on the market in September 2011 with the spring-summer 2012 collection, revealing how the creativity and DNA of the storied French house merge perfectly with Ittierre’s extraordinary know-how and business acumen.
    Urban, sexy and electric. Pierre Balmain, the second line of the iconic fashion house Balmain, maintains a continuous flow between the street and the chic spirit of its head house. More affordable, but not less reasonable than the first line, Pierre Balmain imagines itself as a hyphen between contemporary youth and its rock icons.
    The brand’s inspiration is vibrant and cosmopolitan: it’s the fantasy of an independent woman who won’t give up on glamour and edge.
    In a partnership with the Italian studio Ittierre, this urban high-fashion collection proves that with covetable fabrics and modern shapes, demand can be answered with a laid-back attitude.
    Pierre Balmain is the signature of effortless Parisian glamour with a rock spin.

    Pierre Balmain
  • Gianfranco Ferré Gianfranco Ferré
    Gianfranco Ferré

    GF FERRÉ

    Symbol of a young cosmopolitan free lifestyle, the GF Ferré brand talks about new trends, favouring ultra-modern mixing and matching.

    A collection that declines the stylistic codes of the DNA of the brand and preserves distinctive features, decoding them through a personal interpretation of the day & night style: comfortable, dynamic, glamorous, sexy and with an ultra-modern twist constantly referring to the content of the brand that is never forgotten.

    The interpretation of casual denim and it's fresh contemporary character is due to the research, technology, purity of the colors, creativity and quality aimed towards a young and dynamic target.

    Gianfranco Ferré
  • Jean Paul Gaultier Jean Paul Gaultier
    Jean Paul Gaultier

    JEAN PAUL GUALTIER E GAULTIER2

    Since his very first show in 1976, where he paired a ballet tutu with a biker, Jean Paul Gaultier has kept his passion for creating with a twist.

    Gaultier 2 is the diffusion line of Jean Paul Gaultier.

    The collection reinterprets the iconic looks of the Maison, in a modern, joyful and positive mood; the spirit is young andf resh; the inspirations come from the world of streetwear and sportswear where the contrasts are reconciliated by the mix and match.

    Jean Paul Gaultier
  • Galliano Galliano
    Galliano

    GALLIANO E JOHN GALLIANO

    Galliano, founded in 2006 by the brilliant creativity of John Galliano, with his women's collection presented in Paris, which immediately receive success.

    The Galliano woman is glamorous and cool, like the gothic logo that represents her. She is young and independent, with a strong personality and unconventional. A well defined identity and recognizable she expresses herself through identity music: electric, funky, hip hop. She is a free spirit

    On January 18th 2010, in Milan, the new men's line was launched, inspired by the london rock scene, capturing the eccentric character and wild side of Galliano.

    Galliano is contemporary and transgressively British, capable of mixing formal and irreverent with a strong identity: denim, leather and chiffon become creative and distinctive elements of style without boundaries.

    Galliano
  • Karl Lagerfeld Karl Lagerfeld
    Karl Lagerfeld

    KARL LAGERFELD

    Karl Lagerfeld is one of the strongest cult fashion icons.
    The spirit of the collection asserts itself through a refined style with structured lines. Its modernity is enhanced by the meticulous care given to the detail of the cut and finish of the garments.
    His diffusion man line is a collection of covetable downtown classics featuring for a confident, irreverent, and urban man.
    The line is aimed at a cosmopolitan and digitally savvy clientele.

    Karl Lagerfeld
  • Casual Guy Laroche Casual Guy Laroche
    Casual Guy Laroche

    GUY LAROCHE

    When GUY LAROCHE has launched its brand couture in 1957, he had a clever purpose: to rid the body of women from the New Look, to bring fashion close to the comfort.
    The aim was to create a simple elegance, refined and discrete, with never  loose the sight of the  quality.
    His designs   have marked the times: the  bag-dress, the back unexpectedly  decorated to create a surprise effect.
    His mannish clothes  entirely embroidered with black paillettes become a good alternative to the  cocktail dresses.
    With the death  of Guy Laroche in 1989,  the creative direction  pass to Michel Klein, Alber Elbaz and at the end to Marcel Marongiu, still now the  creative guidance of Guy Laroche.

    Casual Guy Laroche
  • Aquascutum Aquascutum
    Aquascutum

    AQUASCUTUM

    Aquascutum is the iconic British luxury brand that, since more than 150 years, stood out for innovation and craft tradition. In November 2011 it joined part of Ittierre licenses portfolio.

    Ittierre will produce and distribute ready-to-wear and accessories collections, for both men and women in continental Europe, Russia and Middle East. Aquascutum London collections produced by Ittierre S.p.A. will debut with the forthcoming Autumn/Winter 2012-13 season.

    We are building international awareness by creating forward-looking desirable collections for individuals with an innate sense of class and style. Style that is never out of fashion.

    Aquascutum
  • Fiorucci Fiorucci
    Fiorucci

    FIORUCCI

    Fiorucci has been able to remain "COOL" resisting the wave trends for over four decades, creating an iconographic without any precedents.
    The expertise and service combined with the historical values of Ittierre create a brand new concept of DEMOCRATIC FASHION.
    It is a great come back for Ittierre to it's denim roots.
    Web site: www.fiorucci.it

    Fiorucci
  • Costume National Costume National
    Costume National

    C‘N‘C COSTUME NATIONAL

    In 2004 Ennio Capasa felt the need to communicate his creativity to a younger crowd and created C’N’C CoSTUME NATIONAL line chose for connecting with the new generations, an audience of young adults (ages 18 to 35) open to his innovative vision of urban culture.

    Produced and distributed through a licensing agreement with ITTIERRE, offers Ready to Wear apparel for man and woman as well as footwear and accessories.

    The modern, essential C’N’C CoSTUME NATIONAL woman expresses her femininity with a touch of refinement, a recherché flair, while the tech-inspired man has all the intensity of a biker – confident, curious, attentive to his image as well as to every detail. There are eight C’N’C stand-alone stores worldwide, two of which, located in Hong Kong, in Times Square and Harbour City, are under direct ownership, and eight in-store shops in the department stores Coin in Italy.

    Costume National
  • Gaultier 2 Gaultier 2
    Gaultier 2

    JEAN PAUL GUALTIER E GAULTIER2

    Since his very first show in 1976, where he paired a ballet tutu with a biker, Jean Paul Gaultier has kept his passion for creating with a twist.

    Gaultier 2 is the diffusion line of Jean Paul Gaultier.

    The collection reinterprets the iconic looks of the Maison, in a modern, joyful and positive mood; the spirit is young andf resh; the inspirations come from the world of streetwear and sportswear where the contrasts are reconciliated by the mix and match.

    Gaultier 2
  • John Galliano John Galliano
    John Galliano

    GALLIANO E JOHN GALLIANO

    Galliano, founded in 2006 by the brilliant creativity of John Galliano, with his women's collection presented in Paris, which immediately receive success.

    The Galliano woman is glamorous and cool, like the gothic logo that represents her. She is young and independent, with a strong personality and unconventional. A well defined identity and recognizable she expresses herself through identity music: electric, funky, hip hop. She is a free spirit

    On January 18th 2010, in Milan, the new men's line was launched, inspired by the london rock scene, capturing the eccentric character and wild side of Galliano.

    Galliano is contemporary and transgressively British, capable of mixing formal and irreverent with a strong identity: denim, leather and chiffon become creative and distinctive elements of style without boundaries.

    John Galliano
  • Guy Laroche Guy Laroche
    Guy Laroche

    GUY LAROCHE

    When GUY LAROCHE has launched its brand couture in 1957, he had a clever purpose: to rid the body of women from the New Look, to bring fashion close to the comfort.
    The aim was to create a simple elegance, refined and discrete, with never  loose the sight of the  quality.
    His designs   have marked the times: the  bag-dress, the back unexpectedly  decorated to create a surprise effect.
    His mannish clothes  entirely embroidered with black paillettes become a good alternative to the  cocktail dresses.
    With the death  of Guy Laroche in 1989,  the creative direction  pass to Michel Klein, Alber Elbaz and at the end to Marcel Marongiu, still now the  creative guidance of Guy Laroche.

    Guy Laroche
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