name to know:
Who: Contemporary womenswear
label relaunched in 2012 by the
Bogotán-born former creative
director of Emanuel Ungaro.
Why now: His much-anticipated
second collection offers a lesson in
minimal luxe, with asymmetric
dresses and razor-sharp pieces.
Hot pieces: Monochrome dresses
and ankle-cuff pumps.
The designer’s take: “The pieces
are trans-seasonal, so they can be
worn all year, wherever you are.”
The forever piece:
A diamond hand-
With her modern, architectural designs, Brazilian-born Ana Khouri is thinking outside the jewelry box. Driven to create "artisan pieces at an unconventional level", Khouri’s striking fingertip-rings and imaginative hand-bracelets are inspired by her love of sculpture. Is it any wonder, then, that her signature bracelets have become a favorite of Carine Roitfeld?
Esteban Cortazar’s contemporary pieces are the ultimate in creative tailoringCredits
Words: Natalie Rigg.