Gucci Timepieces have been creating watches since the early Seventies, combining Swiss precision and Italian style. Recognised for their design, quality and craftsmanship, the many styles of the house have become classics for men and women.
Gina was established in 1954 in London by master shoemaker Mehmet Kurdash. He had a dream to make glamorous, handmade shoes and named the company after his muse, movie icon Gina Lollobrigida. Throughout his life, Mehmet would never compromise on quality and crafted his own designs out of the most beautiful skins. Today, Gina is renowned worldwide for its exquisite sculptured footwear and handbags, remaining the last and only British designer label creating luxury footwear in London today.
A world-famous icon renowned for outstanding craftsmanship and luxurious materials, Gucci follows the vision of Creative Director, Alessandro Michele. This iconic brand is today the epitome of exceptional creativity and innovative and elegant approach to design, and it is known far and wide for impeccable quality.
With a history that spans more than 100 years, the Georg Jensen brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless design, with a range of lifestyle products including watches and jewellery. Based on a number of shared values such as integrity, authenticity and Danish design, each collection encompasses the simplicity of life and the brand continues to design products relevant to today’s consumer.
Furla is a premium accessories brand whose style codes are defined by an upbeat and inspiring Italian lifestyle. A fusion of contemporary design, top quality craftsmanship and an upbeat edge that make the difference.
Made with the finest Italian leather, Furla’s pieces are unique and innovative offering contemporary designs injected with a playful, colourful and joyful edge. Since 1927, Furla engages and inspires women across the board.
Helplessly inspired, hopelessly creative—Fossil is an American lifestyle brand, rooted in authentic vintage and classic design. From the optimism of the mid-century to the curiosity of the modern era, Fossil’s (hobby-like) obsession with style reflects the best of what it stands for: well-tailored bags that pair portability with classic design, watch-me timepieces created in fresh hues and materials, and bold jewelry to finish your look.
When Karl Lagerfeld became Fendi’s creative director in 1966, the brand rapidly grew into one of the world’s premier luxury labels. Renowned for its elegant, innovative and stylish bags, the distinctive Fendi Baguette became the world’s very first ‘it’ bag. Kate Moss, Kate Bosworth and Thandie Newton love the unabashed extravagance of the ready-to-wear collections.
The details make the difference between premium products and others. For 120 years, the German family company FALKE has been standing for clothing made of premium materials that are manufactured with the finest workmanship and a wealth of detail. Thanks to innovative ideas and backed by many decades of experience, FALKE manufactures socks and clothing in superior quality and contemporary design. Over 3,000 employees create premium products every day that are enjoyed by the customers and worn with great pleasure. FALKE manufactures trendy clothing accessories that are attuned to the individuals’ lifestyle and their personal culture and aspirations.
Italian brand Ermenegildo Zegna provides sharp tailored suits, with cashmere knits, warm overcoats and leather accessories to complete the look. Experts in wool production since 1910, Zegna supplies fine fabrics to other luxury fashion houses. The family business, currently being run by the fourth generation of Zegnas, is famed for its fine wool made-to-measure suits, and since the 1960s also produces ready-to-wear tailoring.
Emma Bridgewater is best known for its hand-decorated pottery, designed by Emma and her husband Matthew Rice, and made at the company’s factory in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of British pottery. Most of the production work is still done by hand – and all of the pieces are individually hand-decorated, while the spongeware is always signed by the person who decorated it.
Emma Bridgewater patterns also appear on a growing range of home and lifestyle products, including bedding, home fragrance, enamelware, radios, fabrics, glass and stationery.