Check out the 8 avant-garde denim designers

At the show, they will create outfits in collab with exhibitors to inspire you for the Spring Summer 19 season.

At the Denim Pop Up Street, you can shop their own collections and dive into their exclusive universe.

Meet them right now!

 

 

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KNORTS – Los Angeles

Knorts is a premium nonbinary denim knitwear line handmade with the finest indigo-dyed yarn that fades into a reflection of your daily life. It is a fresh denim experience that maintains an unusual knitted aesthetic only fit to be the individualist’s uniform. Each garment offers the most intimate pleasure of unrestricted movement while accentuating the most flattering curves of your body.

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FADE OUT LABEL – Berlin

UNISEX LINE / DECONSTRUCTED VINTAGE / HANDICRAFT METHODS

FADE OUT is a unisex line of exclusive clothing and accessories made from deconstructed vintage using handicraft methods, where the patina of used material recombined in a fresh and different way creates new unrepeatable alchemies.

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AMPERSAND HEART – New York

Influenced by folk and workwear, the Collection explores the intersection between jeans culture and high fashion. The line focuses on the research of denim tradition, infused with experimental workroom techniques. From knitwear to indigo dye, AMPERSAND HEART combines an all denim aesthethics with a polished urban style sensibility.

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TIIA MARIA JAAKKOLA – Copenhague

Tiia Maria Jaakkola is a Finnish fashion designer currently located in Denmark.

Her designs tend to be mix of two opposites. Fusing two unpredicted elements into one strong concept.  The designs are driven by art and sociological factors.

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HANNAH BRABON – London

Hannah Brabon is a Womenswear Knitwear Designer. Focused on creating luxury sportswear inspired knitwear that is innovative and forward thinking, she aims to empower women through the clothing that they wear. Her ethos is to have a lower impact on the environment. Hannah aims to design and make clothing with a long life that women will treasure for many years to come.

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AFTERHOMEWORK – Paris

Afterhomework (Paris) is a kind of label gathering several young Parisian creatives (artists, musicians, videographers, graphic artists, …). Those friends bring their advices and favor a certain artistic emulation around the creation of the collection.
Geometric, unstructured, different, the brand Afterhomework (Paris) proposes a young and modern fashion inspired by the direct observation of socials phenomenons.

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SAVOAR-FER – Paris

Old Stuff. Brand new. Converting cross stitch into contemporary garments.

Womenswear label by Swiss designer Eliane Heutschi who unconventionally ocnverts faded savoir-faire into contemporary garments.

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PROEMES DE PARIS

The word Proême comes from the contraction of two French words « PRO(se) » and « (po)ÈME », prose and poetry melted into one word. Their poetic collections are mainly manufactured in France and Italy from carefully sourced fabrics, with a special appealing to prints and patterns. All prints are unique and designed in house, they convey the message of the collections and develop each season’s thematic and references. They represent what the label is all about, a sophisticated garment, elegant yet simple that becomes unique due to its inspirations.

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