Love Moschino is a playful and vibrant line designed for women who like to break the dress code standards and build their own, personal style. Born in 2008, Love Moschino has the creative, intelligent, ironic personality of Moschino brand and all the values of LOVE: empathy and feeling. It is characterized by pop art prints, all – over hearts, gold chains, and bright colours.
Not just for him or her, day or night, or work or leisure, the Parisian fashion house redefines modern femininity with wild, free, and rock-fueled wardrobe essentials that embody strength and sensuality. With each collection, Zadig & Voltaire continues to embrace innovation, ignore labels and empower anyone who marches to their own beat.
In 1978 Renzo Rosso started Diesel with the intention of creating the world’s most innovated denim. Amidst a worldwide oil crisis, during which diesel was considered to be an alternative fuel, Renzo liked the idea of his brand to be known as an alternative jeans brand, in contrast to the prevalent casual wear giants that had come before. Renzo chose the word “diesel,” an international term pronounced equally all over the world, the perfect name for his endeavor. Since its start, Diesel has used “For Successful Living” as a slogan for the brand’s DNA. Through a long and storied history of strong, ironic and playful campaigns, Diesel has become a leader in advertising as well as in fashion.
Dean and Dan Caten, twin brothers from Willowdale in Toronto, started their path in fashion at the Parson’s School of Design in New York City in 1984. Eight years later, the Canadian duo moved to Italy with their sights set on creating their brand. In 2002, they premiered their first women’s wear line during the Spring-Summer 03 Men’s Collections runway show in Milan. The debut of the first women’s runway was in 2003, with the collection, “Star 24/7”. Dsquared2 has a long history of collaborating with celebrity artists and designing special costumes for the likes of Madonna, Christina Aguilera and Beyoncé.