Ugo Cacciatori


Italian jewelry designer, Ugo Cacciatori is best known for his dark and moody aesthetic. Skulls, swords, sunken treasure, and bike-chain-worthy necklaces are reoccurring themes in Cacciatori’s tough but beautifully baroque jewelry. The sheer detail and craftsmanship of the jewelry is something to be admired.






CEDRIC JACQUEMYN has developed his darkly romantic menswear aesthetic into a ready-to-wear business, showcasing garments, jewelry and bags. CEDRIC’s work is defined by a sensitive touch-sculpting natural fibers into slim, flowing garments imbued with historical and mythical significance.


Virginia Tzioti


Virginia Tzioti is a jewelry brand based in London. Holding great respect for the ancient Greek culture, while designing with contemporary aesthetics, the brand forges an original mix of old and new, tradition and evolution. Staying true to her love for handmade jewelry, the designer personally develops every piece of the collection, to achieve the best possible result. During the production stages, every small detail is of great importance and is therefore masterfully executed to perfection. The ancient Greek culture serves as the brand’s greatest influence.




Eizenstein London is a multi-brand boutique nestled in the heart of vibrant Shoreditch – an area selected premised on its organic growth and rich creative energy. A progressive store endeavoring to close the gap between art and fashion.
Selection encompasses jewellery, accessories and fragrances and a range of womenswear and menswear.




Odeur was founded by Petter Hollström in Stockholm in 2006, as a brand experiment. By replacing the traditional word-based logotype with a brand specific scent that is infused in the garments, Odeur was able to become the label with a non-visual logotype. The scent is described as white, clean and light. Today Odeur is designed by Petter Hollström and Gorjan Lauseger and has spread to over 20 countries, selling clothing, jeans, outerwear, footwear and accessories.




Within the workshop’s suggestive atmosphere, Klaus Lohmeyer and a skilled team work with passion and precision to create pieces that have a “soul”, as emotions are the ultimate luxury in a fully digitalized and machine-made world. Small irregularities and vivid surfaces make each design truly unique, respecting the natural reactions of metals to the working process. Through genuine creativity and solid skills, WERKSTATT:MÜNCHEN re-establishes the timeless value of precious as things to be inherited, passing on stories and traditions from generation to generation.




RIGARDS is a collaboration between two friends who share an appreciation for handmade craftsmanship and the clever use of horn in antique glasses. As lifelong four-eyes and avid collectors of unique vintage frames, Jean Marc Virard and Ti Kwa saw a gap in the market for the kind of frames that they wanted to wear–horn rimmed, nonconformist, eco-sensitive–and set out to fill it with RIGARDS.



Assin Clothing Store


138 Little Collins Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
+61 3 9654 0158

Recognizing a refined collective thought that merges fashion, art, architecture and design, the store offers an intimate perspective on world fashion through considered retail & exhibition spaces, installations and designer collaborations extending from the physical into the digital world.



Gallery Aesthete


46 e. oak street 4th fl, chicago, il 60611

+1 312-265-1883
11-7 mon – sat | closed sun
Combining the elements of apparel, fine art, and design, Gallery Aesthete shatters the standard set by the conventional menswear boutique. Intentionally hidden within Chicago’s premiere fashion district, Gallery Aesthete displays an unparalleled collection assured to delight the senses. Featured designs include work from fashion luminaries Rick Owens and Commes des Garcons and cult artisanal designers such as Guidi, Boris Bidjan Saberi and Julius.

The philosophy of Gallery Aesthete is to illuminate the relationship between fashion, art, and object, purveying each for the refinement of your personal collection. Each item featured within the gallery has been carefully curated with regard to synthesis and precision.


Boris Bidjan Saberi


494 greenwich st.
new york, ny
tuesday-saturday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
sunday 1 p.m.-7 p.m. and by appointment

heidestrasse 46-52
building 7
berlin d-10557

First flagship store in New York and a new dedicated space in Darklands, Berlin.

During the final act of New York Fashion Week, in the Hudson Square neighborhood something great was born. While in 1851 it has been established the Prime Meridian at Greenwich, in 2014 Boris Bidjan Saberi has opened his first New York flagship store at 494 Greenwich Street.

The 2,100 square foot space, in line with the brand’s celebrated aesthetic, will house the most complete stock of the brand’s men’s and women’s ready-to-wear. In this spacious yet intimate first standalone store you will find also accessories and exclusive items.

Embracing the whole world, in the other hemisphere, the Barcelona-based label has also inaugurated a personal space at Darklands Berlin. The creative impact of this duo was supported by a Ben Frost live performance on 17th of September.

“New York is a city that is very close to the energy of our own brand. Urban and edgy, powerful but refined.”

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Insight Concept Store

Via Re Manfredi 48/49 (Piazza Mercantile), 70122 Bari, Italy

+39 080 524 1557

Mon-Sun: 10.30 am-10.30 pm

In this store you break down the traditional boundaries of conventional fashion by defeating all those concepts that separate the male from the female fashion. Insight has created a space, an art room, where you can give voice and importance to young emerging artists passionate about design, painting, sculpture, poetry, through exhibitions, workshops, and cultural events.


Denis Music Jewellery


Denis Music , Ukraine, Kiev.

+38 050 353 0881

Denis Music – is a Ukrainian jewelry designer, who excels in contemporary style.
Invigorated by the unceasing exploration of new techniques, materials and forms, Denis goes far beyond craftsmanship by creating what can only be described as ‘mobile art objects’. His unique creations are designed to emphasize their wearer’s intelligence and refined style as opposed to flamboyance.All jewelry is hand-crafted in limited quantities.

hide-m showroom


Steinstr. 68, 81667 Munich, Germany

Saturday open 13-18 (1pm-6pm).

Sunday to Friday every time by appointment.,

hide[m] offers exclusively artisanal clothing from independent designers. Innovative materials, progressive design and traditional hand-crafting. Individual and not for everybody. By appointment only, or home visit, every day at any time.