Berg is a Paris-based consulting agency offering hands-on solutions to sales, buying, communication, as well as brand- and business development. With over 10 years of experience and well established relationships with retailers and industry professionals, our main goal is to provide imaginative business solutions and to make sure brands and designers meet their target goals and obtain their desired results. We cover all areas of the fashion spectrum from design, collection structuring and theme development to public relations, product development and logistics.
A.A.Spectrum is a cross-cultural collaboration. Their very first collection was launched in Beijing for FW16 with the aim to create a tribe, not an army, and a spectrum with room for diversity. Their collections are designed in Copenhagen, Denmark and made in Beijing, China.
Ali Saulidi is a Kiev-based women's and men's footwear brand, launched in 2010 with a focus on leather sneakers and boots. Passion and curiosity as well as constantly exploring the combinations of minimalism, sport and avant-garde are the main forces where inspiration is drawn from.
In 2006 Andy Wolf started with its first collection of timeless modern glasses, which not only fulfils highest aesthetical criteria but also provides ultimate functionality. Within the last year sales more than doubled while Andy Wolf is not targeting mass production but handmade luxury articles.
Anna Galaganenko is a Milan-based RTW label founded by model-turned-designer Marangoni graduate. Chosen by Vogue Italia as one of the talents to watch, her signature pieces are effortlessly raw yet perfectly tailored shirts and jeans.
Calla Haynes first began working at Rochas and Nina Ricci, finessing her textile and print design skills while absorbing the savoir-faire unique to French luxury houses. With the launch of her namesake label in 2009, Haynes established a fresh balance between refined and relaxed, and has heralded by press including Vogue and Elle. The babouches are carried in today's leading luxury retailers.
Egyboy is both an artist and a streetwear brand, established in 2010, with its roots in Vilnius, spirit in contemporary Sydney and now living in Paris. With a deft dark humour and iconoclastic touch, Egyboy mines art and fashion history, as well as surfing internet culture to spray a streetwise sensibility that always stays conceptually true to its own expressive primitivism.
Jerih presents wearable clothing by taking a modern approach to design with inspiration varying between impressionism and avant-garde. Jerry Kim, the brain behind JERIH, wanted to conceive a new classic menswear brand that he himself would want to wear - a brand which is both formal and casual.
John Lawrence Sullivan
Designer Arashi Yanagawa did not train as a fashion designer, rather, he unexpectedly started his career as a professional boxer. His creativity and love for designing clothing guided him to become a fashion designer in 2003. It was then that Arashi founded his own brand John Lawrence Sullivan. Using his background in boxing, Arashi chose the name ‘John Lawrence Sullivan' to pay homage to a man that embodied traits of strength, dignity and never shied away from a challenge.
Kreist is a young ready-to-wear label under the creative direction of Central Saint Martins graduate and British Fashion Council’s New Gen alumnus Krzysztof Strozyna. The label takes its inspiration from modern art and the vivid, youthful spirit of contemporary pop culture, whilst fusing American 1970s with the bold Eastern European chic, and is adored by fashion it-girls Gigi and Bella Hadid.
Paris-based Oberkampf reflects the dark undertones of the city, made up of a seductive selection of black calfskin accessories. Unexpected sex appeal is prevalent in the covetable collection taking inspiration from the erotic thriller Frantic, capturing Paris' cityscape more paranoid than picturesque.
SHOHEI's mission is to create eco-conscious contemporary collections for global progressives. The refined edit of ready to wear and made to order pieces utilises new generation fabrics to produce versatile and adaptable garments perfectly suited to a dynamic, socially mindful lifestyle. It is this vision that underscores the use of environmentally responsible materials and supply chain practices.
Shoop is a unisex fashion brand founded by Miriam Sanz and Yohei Oki and is based between Madrid, Spain and Tokyo, Japan. The brand's main aim is to designs alternative contemporary fashion for the modern, fashion forward consumer. Inspired by streetwear and uniforms due to their aesthetics and functionality, Shoop remains modern and up-to-date with current events.
Vinti Andrews is a London-based womenswear brand and collaboration between Vinti Tan and Paul Andrews. Both designers share same influences of British culture and the music scene to curate a contemporary brand that flaunts innovation and originality. Each collection is designed for the au courant fashion conscious individual and garments reflect a unique expression of texture and colour through an interesting form of art.
Wiboe Projects is a fashion and design conceprt created to explore culture and innovation through how we dress, live and express ourselves. Mainly focusing on outerwear which give us shelter and warmth, the brand was founded in 2016 by Maj Wiboe-Engelmark, who previously worked for Balenciaga, Y-3 and Loewe to name a few.
Founded in 2009, Wonder Anatomie is the brainchild of designer Chalermkiat Khatikasemlert who draws inspiration from, as the label's name suggests, the wonders of anatomy. From a young age, Chalermkiat has always been fascinated by the complexity of anatomy, both animal and human, and finds it ironical that something so wondrous that supports life can be commonly thought of as morbid.