Designers

DESIGNERS

  • Adidas X Kolor is a collaboration between Adidas and the Japanese brand Kolor. The items created for this collection are a perfect mix of high performace fabrics and avant-garde cuts. The high-tech styles are highlighted by eye-catching color combinations which have been partnered with the Three Stripes’ patented Climaheat and Climachill technologies to ensure the athlete’s body temperature is properly regulated. 

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  • Raf Simons reinvent Adidas iconic shoes with his Adidas by Raf Simons collection. Vibrant colours, classic lines. The most coveted sneakers now at RAILSO.com.

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  • Rick Owens reinvent Adidas iconic shoes with his Adidas by Rick Owens collection. Neutral colours, classic lines. The most coveted sneakers now at RAILSO.com.

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  • In 1971 Alberto Biani, as a student in philosophy, started to work for King's jeans. Five years later he created the brand New York Industrie, while in 1984 he founded Staff International to produce New York Industrie women and mens. Starting from 1990, he dedicated himself completely to the brand Alberto Biani, immediately appreciated by buyers and press. Since then, Alberto Biani is a synonymous of strength: a gentle and never rowdy break with the tradition. This kind of elegance finds its stylistic fixed points in the worship of the line, in the research of materials and sophisticated Made in Italy.

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  • Alex Mullins reimagines and handcrafts workwear for men. Educated at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art, he set up his eponymous brand in 2014. Mullins’ clothes take inspiration from real life, editing the everyday to rework the classic men’s wardrobe. 
    Alex Mullins develops bespoke textiles through innovative methods that resonate with the feeling of the ‘hand made’. He playfully builds immersive worlds and narratives around his clothes.

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  • Alexander Olch graduated from the Collegiate School in New York City, where he was required to wear a necktie five days a week. After graduating from Harvard, where he made ties for fellow students, he started his business. His collections of fine silk, cashmere, woollen, and cotton neckties inject something unconventional into the usually conservative world of luxury neckwear. He started with neckties and bowties and now his collections cover everything from scarves to bags to notebooks to handkerchiefs to suspenders. 

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  • Almarosa is an Italian brand. Based in Tuscany, Almarosa has been manufacturing first quality furs for more than forty years and is synonym to elegance, quality, history, tradition and Italian style. Thanks to its experience and its precious garments, the brand has expanded all over the world.

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  • Álvaro is a new line of leather accessories created by Álvaro González, the Spanish-born, London and Florence-based designer. He has a career spanning 20 years designing accessories behind the scenes for major European luxury houses including Tod’s, Loewe, Malo, Emilio Pucci, Loro Piana and Valextra. A secret weapon of the shoe-and-bag boom, former Accessories Designer at Valentino and Design Director of Accessories at Jimmy Choo, González steps into the limelight with his eponymous line of leather goods. Richly coloured calf and crocodile skins developed by specialist tanneries have been crafted into belts by select artisanal workshops around Florence. 

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  • Born in 1980, Alexandre Mattiussi studied at Duperré fashion design school in Paris, specialising in menswear design. After working for Dior men’s line, he joined Givenchy. Subsequently, Mattiussi worked on Marc Jacobs Men, travelling between Paris, Milan and New York. After these formative experiences and thanks to many inspiring people he met along the way, the 30 year old designer launches his own brand in 2011: AMI. The brand’s name is composed of his initials and the last letter of his name. Translated into English it means 'friend'. AMI is a unique concept of ready to wear for men: a complete men’s wardrobe, well designed, easy, chic and above all, cool. A modern, well thought-out collection of clothes and accessories to dress men from head to toe, with a healthy dose of French chic and charm, relaxed elegance mixed with a definite sense of ease, and authenticity. That's AMI Alexandre Mattiussi.

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  • Emanuela Corvo is Anjuna's creative director. Being passionate about fashion and art, as well as a great lover of travels and culture, she decided to embark on a new adventure by launching herself in the world of beachwear with her own brand in 2012 and by becoming Anjuna's creative director in 2014.
    The manner in which she sees fashion is unusual and innovative She is the designer who has transformed the concept of beach and summer wear thanks to her way of interpreting the collection.
    Not only bikini, but dresses, long dresses, kaftan skirts and shirts, all beautiful to wear, valued because of the original prints and crafted in excellent quality, exquisitely “made in Italy”, enriched by unusual appliqués, and lace trimmings.

    For these reasons the collections carrying her name have always attracted interest and the approval of ‘pret à porter’ boutiques and of the most important dealers in the sector.
    She is acclaimed as the lead designer in beach wear by the press and by many celebrities.

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  • The fashion house Ann Demeulemeester was established in 1985 and it is based in Antwerp, Belgium. Every collection evokes a romantic universe nuanced with a rock spirit. Masculine and feminine elements are woven throughout each collection. Graduating from Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1981, Ann Demeulemeester transformed global fashion with an restatement of traditional fashion design and a polemical approach to luxury trends. She founded her label in 1985 and imbues her designs with a strong narrative and rebellious spirit. For her, fashion is a form of communication. Her complex language of contrasts covers a whole gamut of emotions. Known for her elegant tailoring and dark yet glamorous aesthetic, she created a serene and darkly romantic world with an intriguing mix of edgy rebellion and sophistication. Since her departure in 2014, the artistic direction of the brand is in hands of French designer Sebastien Meunier.

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  • Antonio Barbato founded his homonymous brand in 1949. The brand, now managed by his children Andrea, Ugo and Cristiana, produces luxury shoes with a classic and elegant design.
    The style is elegant, refined and sophisticated.

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  • Aquazzura is a luxury footwear brand created in Florence by designer Edgardo Osorio. After attending the London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins, he made his first strides in the footwear world with the most prestigious luxury brands such as Salvatore Ferragamo, Sigerson Morrison, René Caovilla, and Roberto Cavalli. In 2011 after working in the industry for 10 years, he launched Aquazzura. He draws his inspiration from the European tradition of high craft and luxury while creating modern and sexy shoes. 

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  • The style of Aragona is presented in 6 different "capsule collections", which combine the most current and sophisticated production techniques and dyeing processes with the contemporaneity of the volumes and the comfort of cashmere.

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  • Astrid Andersen is Danish born and trained at The Royal College of Art in London. She consults for brands such as Nike and Kopenhagen Fur, determined to fuse the worlds of luxury and sports. Astrid Andersen is a London based brand that creates premium casualwear with a sports inspired esthetic that leads a new generation in menswear. The collections offer comfort as the ultimate styling and quality as an uncompromised signature of its style.

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  • Sam and Shaka founded Art Comes First in order to circulate sartorial nourishment, oxygenating time-based projects through dynamic collaborations with different creatives in their network. 
    ACF presents their new tailoring line this season Avec Ces Frères; travelling tailoring by travelling tailors. Compact-architectural- footprint combined with an impression of modern, wearable items that look clean/sharp/creative and travel-friendly.

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  • Azzedine Alaïa works emphasize structure and purity of form. The fabrics and rigorous tailoring are constructed to envelope the body snugly. The recurring themes of Azzedine Alaia' s collections all focus on the sensuality of the woman. From the cut outs to the corsets and the sheer dresses, Alaïa's clothes are not made to enhance the female form, but highlight it in the most natural way, showing the forms and curves of the body, the peeks of skin, everything in its essence. He is a man who truly understands and knows the beauty of the female body naturally.

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  • Balboni is an Italian brand, specialized in premium cashmere knitwear. Colourful v-necks, turtlenecks and crewnecks can be find among our selection.

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  • Balenciaga is a French fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga, a Spanish designer, in 1919. He had a reputation as a couturier of uncompromising standards and was referred to as “the master of us all” by Christian Dior. His bubble skirts and odd, feminine, yet ultra-modern shapes were trademarks of the house. Established in Paris in 1936, Balenciaga defined many of the greatest movements in fashion from the 1930s to the 1960s. The House of Balenciaga is one of the most influential forces in fashion and is developing into a major player in the Luxury Goods industry. 

    If you are interested in our Balenciaga selection, please write an e-mail to cs@railso.com.

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  • Balenciaga is a French fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga, a Spanish designer, in 1919. He had a reputation as a couturier of uncompromising standards and was referred to as “the master of us all” by Christian Dior. His bubble skirts and odd, feminine, yet ultra-modern shapes were trademarks of the house. Established in Paris in 1936, Balenciaga defined many of the greatest movements in fashion from the 1930s to the 1960s. The House of Balenciaga is one of the most influential forces in fashion and is developing into a major player in the Luxury Goods industry. 

    If you are interested in our Balenciaga selection, please write an e-mail to cs@railso.com.

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  • Both light and soft, it folds, accommodates and transforms itself after handling to create dramatic new shapes. BAO BAO ISSEY MIYAKE is a line of bags and pouches with the theme of "shapes made by chance." It features a flexible functionality perfect for busy modern lifestyles. Since its inception in 2000, it has established a unique array of products through its pursuit of intriguing shapes born out of simple pieces and diverse materials.

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  • The Venetian term “barena”, of Celtic origin, indicates the territory of the lagoon between land and water. Originally Venice was comprised solely of the lagoon, marshland and some small islands. The activity of the people living in this territory alternated naturally between agriculture, hunting and fishing. A love for this unique place, a curiosity and desire to penetrate a centuries-old tradition and research the manners and fashions of great charm, together with a know-how handed down over generations - all these things lead up to the birth of the Barena brand. Barena derives its inspiration from the people that populated the Venetian estuary; many of the pieces in the collection are reinterpretations of unique garments found in museums, or in books and antique prints depicting the everyday life of a bygone era. Barena honours the poetics of the imperfection and requisite slowness in reaching places dear to the heart of every individual.
    Each of Barena collections respects tradition and unites this with the use and interpretation of high-quality, natural fabrics, from wool to linen, the choice of which is dictated by a wish to safeguard the heritage of the textile tradition.

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  • Berluti has been making shoes for the elegant man since 1895. Offbeat classicism and technical virtuosity are keynotes of the House, while its character remains the same.
    Inspired by Parisian architecture, the founders of the House designed their models on pure, classic, timeless lines. At today's Berluti, classic style is still a sound value, but never a constraint. The creative flair is always there, apparent in a detail, a curve, a seam, or a color.
    The Berluti man knows the codes of the classic wardrobe but delights in overstepping them to make his own style statement. The Berluti man likes to wear his elegance lightly.

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  • Walid Al Damirjii is the designer of London based brand By Walid.
    Travelling the world, collecting materials like an anthropologist gathers evidence of wild and wonderful things, he assembles his medley of rococo silks, belle epoque passementerie, box upon box of Whitby jet, ancient cashmeres, working denims, schoolboy twills, 1920s linens, frothing reams of lace, recycled furs and Chinoiserie Spanish shawls.
    He creates his collections using the most efficient and sustainable production processes.

     

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  • Carol Christian Poell is an Italian-based Austrian designer whose creations have become a must-have. He trained in Vienna, where he learnt the art of tailoring for men and women and then studied fashion design in Milan, where he created his brand.
    He presented his first men's collection in 1995 and three years later he introduced his first collection for women.
    His creations are original and unexpected, with a perfect use of technology and materials.



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  • Christopher Ræburn is a British fashion designer with a unique and innovative approach to creating menswear, womenswear and accessories collections. A graduate of London’s prestigious Royal College of Art, Christopher became known for his re-appropriation of military fabrics and in particular for iconic outerwear created from de-commissioned parachutes. The ‘re-made’ ethos still guides and influences every aspect of the Christopher Ræburn design and development process; Christopher Ræburn products are defined by distinctive aesthetic, meticulous detail, considered functionality and sustainable intelligence. Christopher’s pioneering work has brought sustainable design to a mainstream fashion audience and presents a new definition of luxury with integrity. 

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  • Comme des Garçons is a Tokyo-based avant-garde fashion design house created by Rei KawaKubo in 1969.  She designs clothes with a modus operandi more familiar to conceptual art than to fashion. This japanese fashion designer and company are considered to be among the most trendy and fashion forward companies out of Japan.

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  • Comme des Garçons Girl is one of the latest Comme des Garçons' diffusion lines. The collection is composed by feminine and girlish looks that keep the same spirit of the main brand but add a more flirty twist.

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  • Japanese fashion label Comme des Garçons is a staple in the fashion world, heralded for its cutting edge designs and unique tailoring. Comme des Garçons Shirt is a diffusion line of Comme des Garçons and follows the same aesthetic of bold colors and unique patterns with stunning results.

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  • Each item of jewellery is lovingly hand made in Britain, giving each piece its own story that mass production cannot achieve. Daisy Knights’s free spirit and bohemian city style is reflected through each new collection, the fusion between the sea, nature and the city is a constant within her work and inspirations. Daisy creates timeless, precious treasures to be kept and cherished forever.

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  • Daniela Gregis is an Italian designer living in Bergamo, near Milan, where she owns a studio in the ancient Piazza Vecchia. She often collaborates with artists and designers in order to surround the spectator with her intimate but also sophistically intellectual work. Her gorgeous creations look as light as feathers yet have an amazing structure.

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  • David Koma is  a London based fashion designer who has become synonymous with the ultra-body contouring silhouette. Creating heavily embellished statement dresses inspired by the feminine form, it is this design element that has projected the young designer onto the international stage.

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  • Delvaux is the oldest fine leather luxury house in the world, founded in 1829 by Charles Delvaux in Brussels. Internationally recognised, the House of Delvaux has earned its reputation by remaining true to its values and for its savoir-faire and uncompromising craftsmanship, as well as for the supreme quality of its creations.

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  • The strong identity of Dolce & Gabbana has evolved over the years without ever forgetting its roots. An unmistakable style, which, season after season, combines strong innovation with the Mediterranean flavour of its origins. A brand whose essence lies in its contrasting features.

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  • The strong identity of Dolce & Gabbana has evolved over the years without ever forgetting its roots. An unmistakable style, which, season after season, combines strong innovation with the Mediterranean flavour of its origins. A brand whose essence lies in its contrasting features.

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  • Dušan Paunovic was born in Belgrade, where he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts. He presented his first collection in 1999, and established his signature voice. Today his collections are sold at the most prestigious stores around the world.
    Dušan, an artist-stylist with a minimalist aesthetic, designs elegant and timeless clothes. His flawless cut, geometric lines, and exquisite fabrics including cashmere, silk, and Tasmanian wool, make Dušan’s collections truly rich. Soft and comfortable, these are clothes for a confident woman who wishes to be impeccably dressed in luxury at all times.

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  • Espluà was created by a young group of visionary entrepreneurs whose target is to explore new boundaries.  

    The naive spirit of dreamers is only inferior to their determination: this determination brought them to success and victory every time they faced a challenge.

    This inclination to discovery, together with a strong intuition, led them to great creative explosions and to a straightforward vision.

    All items are made in Italy and bring about the idea of a fluidity between male and female

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  • Hiromichi Ochiai is the Japanese designer of Facetasm, one of the most promising of his Country.
    He graduated from Bunka Fashion College’s apparel design course. He didn't find a job as a designer immediately, he got a job at a textile company. It was an invaluable learning experience and after eight years there he started his brand in 2007 at the age of 29. He still works in the textile company anyway.
    He creates innovative textures by utilizing new technology.

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  • Faith Connexion is a cult French label for men who love to reinvent themselves by wearing cool, fresh and modern clothes. The brand proposes an elegant wardrobe with an original twist. The main influence is rock and roll with a touch of glamour.

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  • Faith Connexion is a cult French label for women who love to reinvent themselves by wearing cool, fresh and modern clothes. The brand proposes an extremely chic wardrobe with a sassy twist. The main influence is rock and roll with a touch of glamour.

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  • G-Star RAW Research is a project by G-Star RAW and the acclaimed designer Aitor Throup. This collection is born from G-Star’s internal innovation laboratory, developed and led by designer Aitor Throup, and located at the brand’s Amsterdam HQ. Focused on experimenting with product design by clashing tradition and innovation, the laboratory symbolizes an endeavor to find new ways of crafting denim through the process of exploration, curiosity and experimentation. The resulting first RAW Research collection explores the two polar opposite states in the life of a denim garment, using the same Italian selvedge denim fabric for every single piece. On one extreme: rigid, untreated raw denim, on the other: bleached-white denim where only a hint of indigo remains.

     

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  • The history of G.H. Bass & Co. dates back to Maine in 1876 and George Henry Bass- a man on a simple mission to make the very best shoe. In 1936, G.H. Bass & Co. put a stylish spin on a Norwegian farm shoe designed for “loafing in the field,” and playfully dubbed them Weejuns– introducing the world’s first penny loafer. From strolling across college campuses to doing the moonwalk, Weejuns have been found on industrious feet ever since.

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  • Givenchy was founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy. During his reign as the designer of the label bearing his name, Hubert de Givenchy was known for his modern, ladylike styles, which earned him many loyal clients.
    Riccardo Tisci was named artistic director in 2005. He has conserved the aristocrat elegance and the architectural lines of the house by influencing his style. By changing the house codes, Riccardo Tisci adds some dark and sensual romanticism touch.

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