JW Anderson is a British fashion label, founded by Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson. The brand's unique design aesthetic offers a modern interpretation of masculinity and femininity by creating thought-provoking silhouettes through a conscious cross-pollination of menswear and womenswear elements.
Veronica Leoni is as pragmatic in her approach to design as she is thoughtful. Spontaneity is her medium; soulful precision her signature. She brings her vision to 2 Moncler 1952, where she is responsible for womenswear.
Sergio Zambon is a multitasker with an ability to adapt to every environment he creatively inhabits, nurturing the qualities of fluidity and adaptability. He is responsible for menswear at 2 Moncler 1952.
Sandro Mandrino is an Italian designer with a solid and long career in high-end sportswear segment for key luxury players. His dedication to technical experimentation leads to innovative, uncommon creations. With nearly ten years as a Head of Design for Moncler Grenoble, he has followed the project since its 2010 launch.
HYKE is a womenswear brand based in Tokyo, Japan, launched in 2013 by designers Hideaki Yoshihara and Yukiko Ode. The collection draws inspiration from various vintage silhouettes from the designers’ extensive vintage collection that have been re-imagined, taking into consideration the contemporary lifestyle.
Craig Green is a London-born designer known for the ingenuity, functionality and freedom of expression in his work. His design principles are rooted in the beauty and humility of functional clothing. Green uses signature pieces, such as the worker’s jacket, as a launchpad for ideas that connect with deeply rooted emotion.
Matthew M. Williams has shaped a refined aesthetic universe grounded in street culture. A keen interest in the creative process of fashion has led him towards extensive research and development, leading to the creation of his brand, 1017 ALYX 9SM. In June 2020 Williams was appointed Creative Director of the house of Givenchy.
Hiroshi Fujiwara moved to Tokyo at eighteen and became a standout in the Harajuku street fashion scene. Known as the godfather of Ura-Harajuku fashion and a globally influential streetwear designer, he launched his first brand, Good Enough, in the late 1980s.
Palm Angels started as a photographic documentation of LA's skater culture, evolving into a book and subsequently clothing in 2015. An art director and photographer, Milan-born Francesco Ragazzi started the brand, merging an appreciation for sartorial codes with a proclivity for using clothing as identity tropes and cultural signifiers.