001PAX (RU)

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Pavel An is a Korean, born in Kazakhstan. Moscow based womenswear designerGraduated from Central Saint Martins (BA MENSWEAR) 2011 worked at DAVID KOMA as a designer’s assistant 2009-2015 in 2016 he launched womenswear capsule collection together with Tigran Avetisyan collection was presented in stores such as Browns Focus, FarFetch, KM20.
Now Pavel launched  001PAX brand.

Aka Nanita (GE)

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AkaNanita is a Georgian, Tbilisi-based brand, and in 2008 debuted her collection at Tbilisi Fashion Week. Since then, she has become one of the most prolific and highly professional designers in Georgia. Starting from 2009. In addition, she has shown her collections at Ukrainian Fashion Week in Kyiv and MBFW Russia. Her collections include RTW, jewelry, and accessories. Aka Nanita is developing and creating exquisite items, which delight stylish people.

Chakshyn (UA)

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CHAKSHYN is a Kiev-based womenswear label exploring the dualities between feminine and masculine. Transformative, deconstructed silhouettes present an elegant but edgy aesthetic. Trench coats are a brand staple, surfacing in every collection with a twist. CHAKSHYN kicked off with a catwalk show at Mercedes-Benz Kiev Fashion Days in September 2015. Two years later, the brand debuted in Paris, joining More Dash multi-label showroom. In September 2017, CHAKSHYN showcased at Italy’s Pitti Super with More Dash: Eye on the East. In 2018, CHAKSHYN was awarded the Best Ukrainian Womenswear Label by Kiev Fashion Prize, joined the Fashion Hub Market, a platform for emerging brands during Milan Fashion Week, and held a catwalk show at Budapest Central European Fashion Week.

Daniele Carlotta (IT)

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Daniele Carlotta – Born in Sicily in 1985 to a fine fabrics merchant known as “Signora Della Seta”, Daniele Carlotta started to develop his stylistic path between the walls of his family house, surrounded by fabrics, yarns and fine materials. Fascinated by the mastery of couture, he launched his own atelier in Milan in 2005, creating a vision that combines the finest quality fabrics, perfect silhouettes and unique jewel details. His sartorial collections balance Italian style and craftsmanship with a strong sensitivity for the art world. Beyonce, Kendall Jenner, Karisma Kapoor, Madison Pettis and number of other celebrities choose Daniele Carlotta for red carpet, music videos and events.

Individi (GE)

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Individi was founded in 2018 by Georgian Tamar Davitnidze. Self-described as timeless elegance, the Tbilisi-based label offers womenswear, eco-leather goods and accessories, focusing on natural fabrics and high-end craftsmanship. Tamar’s key pieces are blazers and trenchcoats.

Ingorokva (GE)

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“Veteran Georgian designer Tamuna Ingorokva typically centers her collection around masculine cuts, a design philosophy that she has long believed “channels a strong female energy.” – Vogue US.
INGOROKVA womenswear was established by Georgian Tamuna Ingorokva in 2002. Tamuna Ingorokva is predominantly famed for her specific silk and leather works with refined aesthetics. The label enjoys national and international recognition and a devoted following – spotted in Ingorokva were Lady Gaga, Doutzen Kroes and Linda Rodin to name a few.

JING YU (IT)

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JING YU established her namesake project in Milan in 2017 after graduating from Marangoni Institute. The designer offers tailored separates and dresses with a clean, minimalistic and yet innovative aesthetic, valuing craftsmanship and fine fabrics.
JING YU is getting noticed in the industry, becoming a finalist of  Who Is On Next?2019, and later taking part in Tranoi’s pop-up store at the Galeries Lafayette in Paris. Her FW19 collection was presented at MBFW Russia as part of Mercedes-Benz Global Talents platform.

Kobi Halperin (US)

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For the women who “celebrate getting dressed every day,” Kobi is known for his unique designs and his love for details. Deeply inspired by his Eastern European roots and heritage, Kobi’s  Halperin collections are marked with a feeling of warm tradition felt in the handcrafted touch and workmanship that embody his aesthetic.
In 2015, Kobi launched his eponymous ready-to-wear label. The label embodies a European sensibility and is recognized by its crafted artisan details and modern femininity. With a design philosophy that aims to elevate the everyday, Kobi’s collections are made with luxurious fabrics and beautiful hand-worked embellishments.

MARAM (CA)

MARAM, meaning ‘aspiration’ in old-arabic, was launched in 2014 by the egyptian designer Maram Aboul Enein. After moving to paris to study at the prestigious Parsons, Maram trained under legendary fashion names such as Zac Posen and Pierre Balmain before deciding to launch her own label.
Maram’s collections are defined as an intricate merge of various traditional craftsmanship techniques with unconventional design. The careful fusion of quilting, embroidery and intricately panelled construction define the brand’s statement looks.
The brand defines it’s vision as ‘off-duty luxury’. MARAM is sustainably sourced, ethically manufactured and consciously created.

Marianna Senchina (UA)

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Istituto Marangoni graduate Marianna Senchina from Ukraine founded her namesake label in 2015. Marianna enjoys wide success with her feminine and ironic designs, meticulously crafted to emphasize a frilly and romantic attitude. Her colorful romantic collections have since been spotted on Rihanna and Dua Lipa, as well as featured on Vogue Runway, Vogue Italia and The New York Times to name a few. Key stockists include LuisaViaRoma (IT), I.T (HK), Harvey Nichols (Riyadh and HK), Revolve (US), Forward (US).

MIRHA (KR)

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MIRHA has been made by adding ‘H’ pronunciation in french, expressing the r of Mira as the designer’s name. They pursue the image of women who aim to modernly express their own comfortable and natural looks. They concentrate on the structurally-well tailored silhouette and details added with inflated simplicity. The collections cover ready-to-wear, accessories, footwear.
All of our products are designed in South Korea

Nana Jacqueline (LA)

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Founded in 2013 by two life-loving girls, Nana and Jacqueline. Based in the beautiful city of Los Angeles, where sunshine feeds off the most radiant of minds and souls.
Nana Jacqueline offers luxurious pajamas, robes, and loungewear essentials. Their passion for the finest quality was inspired by the feeling of coming home after a long day, knowing that we will need something beautiful to comfort out delicate bodies.
NJ welcome you to the world of luxury, comfort, romance, and happiness.

NUÉ (UA)

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“SPARKLING IS ALWAYS A GOOD IDEA” is the motto of NUÉ, a partywear brand inspired by the roaring twenties and old Hollywood glamour. Launched in Kyiv in 2019, it celebrates the concept of prêt-á-party as a bold addition to the modern minimalist wardrobe.
NUÉ tops, necklaces and body jewelry from rhinestone fabrics are comfortable eyecatchers.

T-dress (UA)

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T-dress –  is the first digitally native fashion brand of party-dresses, for those who love to stand out from the crowd, have fun and feel comfortable. Known for vivid eye-catchy dresses, which are made on the base of oversize cotton T-shirt, decorated by hand with fancy decor. 
In 2017, addressing the fast-changing pace of fashion, the duo launched the brand with new business model,  by cutting out the middleman and relying on prioritising in-house online retail, building engaged community in social media, and developing strong relations with influencers. It’s a fashion start-up, easily scaled owing to the heavily focus on one type of product – T-dress. The brand releasing about 12 drops per year, that reflect the latest fashion trends.

W11 Studio (UK)

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Based in the heart of London’s West End district, W11 Studio is a contemporary womenswear RTW and jewellery brand. 
The W11 woman is independent, cool, metropolitan and slightly androgynous, a woman who likes to feel comfortable – therefor confident – in what she wears. She doesn’t need a closet full of fancy clothes to dress up: she knows her favourites, her basics, her character and she styles her outfits depending on the occasion, demanding for versatility.
W11Studio is simple yet modern cuts and thoughtful details. The soft contrast between femininity and masculinity is at the core of the brand.