MD Paris Showroom Presents SS22 Collections

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.

Meltem Ă–zbeck (TR)

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Meltem Ă–zbeck is a Turkish designer who focuses on incorporating innovative fabrics with feminine designs. She graduated in 2006 from Istanbul Bilgi University with a degree in International Relations. Following her graduation she decided to continue her education with fashion design at Istanbul Fashion Academy. Her collections were showcased at Istanbul Fashion Week. She was awarded a prize in leatherworks at the ITKIP Koza Young Fashion Designers awards. In 2012 the designer showed her collection at the 2012 Pure London Fair and completed the Fashion Enterprises program at the London College of Fashion.

Mother of All (IL)

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Mother of All is a womenswear label launched in 2018 by Noa Pasternak and Golan Taub, a graduate of the prestigious fashion program at Shenkar College of Engineering and Design. The label’s aesthetic was born from the partnership between Taub’s daring expressions and Pasternak’srefined feminine style. Bold colour choices, nostalgic nods to the 1980s and playful designs combine with classic tailoring, clean lines and elegant silhouettes. The mix between the two extremes is what makes Mother of All.

Rhodochrosite (TR)

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Rhodochrosite. This is a new brand from Turkey, created in January 2021/. The idea is thought for women who are strong, confident and independent with the joy of dressing up. The collection defines women as seductive, glamorous and unique in aesthetic. A woman is the one constructing her own femininity with a sense of empowerment and youthful elegance.

T-dress (UA)

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T-dress â€“  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.