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Alessia Giacobino founded Italian label Jo No Fui in 2000. Instinctively creative yet technical, Giacobino has a degree in Architecture, experience in interior design and a family history in fashion. It comes as no surprise that success came quick when she turned her focus to designing a collection, which is now considered one of the most interesting labels in Italian fashion.
As well as presenting a collection of quirky styles and standout silhouettes, the Caten twin designers behind DSQUARED2 prove that they are also expert in fashioning timeless wardrobe staples. These red cotton blend logo track trousers are a staple piece and feature an elasticated waistband, a regular length, ... As well as presenting a collection of quirky Read More
Update your everyday with a touch of Gucci's kooky excellence thanks to these blue cropped-length tailored trousers, fabricated in Switzerland from a soft and warming cotton-wool blend. Designed with Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele's multicolour Blind for Love embroidery to one ankle, these turn ... Update your everyday with a touch of Gucci's Read More
A relaxed silhouette with the Gucci logo down the sides accompanied by interlocking G. Street style continues to play into the Gucci narrative often incorporating unexpected details. Grey washed felted cotton jersey. Interlocking G Gucci logo print down one leg. Elastic waistband with drawstring. Front pockets. ... A relaxed silhouette with the Gucci logo down Read More
The designer stripped back for Lanvin’s SS18 collection, wanting the pieces to be purely ‘about the cut, construction, and proportion’. Crafted in Italy from blue wool and cotton blend, these concealed front trousers from Lanvin feature a waistband with belt loops, a concealed front fastening, side pockets, ... The designer stripped back for Lanvin’s SS18 collection, Read More