Designers A-z
  • Giorgio Armani founded his eponymous label in 1974, and with the sister line Armani Jeans, the designer has your contemporary wardrobe essentials covered. Add to your off-duty style with our versatile collections of Armani Jeans and bags.

  • With a passion for innovative knit design, London-based cousins Anna Singh and Rachael Wood founded Chinti and Parker in 2009 to bring a new level of tactility to contemporary womenswear. Driven by the concept of ‘material creativity’, the brand uses the finest yarns to create collections underpinned by sophisticated textures and distinctive character.

  • Diane von Furstenberg founded her line in 1972. It has since become a global luxury fashion brand celebrated for its bold and creative approach to color and print, and admired for its sensual femininity. Renowned for its iconic wrap dress and signature prints, DVF now offers a full collection of ready-to-wear and accessories, and has established itself as a leader of creativity in the fashion industry.

  • Smart, classic and wearable, Boss Hugo Boss is the go-to label for everyday dressing. Now a global powerhouse, the company started in Germany in the 1920’s. The collections epitomise understated luxury. From refined business wear to sophisticated casual looks and premium sportswear, these exquisite styles will ensure you’re perfectly dressed for every occasion.

  • JOSEPH modernised women. As the sixties drew to a close, Casablanca-born hairdresser Joseph Ettedgui looked out from his salon, a chic King’s Road focal point, and imagined a revolution in the way we buy fashion. With his keen instincts, Joseph created a boutique that was more magazine than clothes shop – somewhere to discover new ideas, new styles and new designers.

  • Marella was set up in 1976 as one of the brands of the Max Mara Group; over the years it has developed into an authentic collection offering glamorous, contemporary, female fashion for all occasions. Merging the latest trends with Italian style, products are designed with the dynamic and style-conscious woman in mind, offering a wide range of coats, jackets, blouses, dresses, footwear, handbags and much more.

  • Franco Moschino launched his namesake Italian label in 1983 with a vision for fun fashion. The label’s creative director Jeremy Scott stays true to the designer’s playful spirit with vibrant wearable mens and womens collections and tongue-in-cheek bags. Over the years, the brand has expanded to include the younger Moschino Cheap & Chic line, the Love Moschino denim line, fragrance, lingerie, and accessories.

  • Describing his look as ‘classic with a twist’, Paul Smith’s collections standout for their mix of traditional British styling, impeccable craftsmanship and eccentric detailing. Paul Smith has an ability to anticipate, and even spark off trends not only fashion but in the wider context of popular culture. He manages to transmit a genuine sense of humour and mischief mixed with his love of tradition and the classics.

  • What began 40 years ago with a collection of ties has grown into an entire world, redefining American style. Ralph Lauren has always stood for providing quality products, creating worlds and inviting people to take part in their dream. They were the innovators of lifestyle advertisements that tell a story and the first to create stores that encourage customers to participate in that lifestyle.

  • New York, United States — American fashion mogul Andrew Rosen launched Theory in 1997 with a popular women’s collection focused on flattering, precisely tailored pants and sleek shirts at contemporary price points.

  • Founded by Gianni Versace and now spearheaded by his sister Donatella, this power fashion house is known globally for its exquisite design and celebrity following. With over 80 boutiques around the world, Versace’s collection of sensual & stylish menswear, womenswear and accessories are given the brand’s distinctive aesthetic with its iconic Medusa logo. Celebrity faithfuls include Uma Thurman, Michelle Monaghan, Charlize Theron & Anne Hathaway.