Comme Des Garcons
The 'anti-fashion' Japanese label was started in 1969 by Rei Kawakubo. Her dark, deconstructed collections caused a stir on the Paris runway in 1981, but now she is recognised as one of the world's leading fashion designers.
The Comme fragrances are reVOLVER favourites, and use ingredients you won't find in your average scent.
Born in Croatia, but growing up in southern Germany where his mother had an atelier, Damir Doma's "intellectual and poetic" style is a reVOLVER favourite. The label has a clean aesthetic and favours natural fabrics.
Rick Owens' diffusion DRKSHDW line mirrors the mainline collection. The focus is on cut and fabric (and features a lot of black!). The famous oversized tees and skinny silhouettes are staples, and it's no surprise this brand is a favourite of the hippest celebs around.
See also DRKSHDW Women
Austrian fashion designer Helmut Lang started his label in 1986. Helmut Lang is best known for its monochrome palette, minimal, deconstructed silhouettes,
and use of high tech fabrics.
Italian designer Isabel Benenato is renowned for using luxurious natural fabrics - the quality of the garments is exceptional. The fabrics themselves are
produced at her family's own mill.
The luxury Parisian fashion house was founded in 1970 by Japanese designer Kenzo Takada. The label has iconic status amongst its fans, and is famed
for its bold tiger prints.
Lost and Found Rooms
Lost and Found Rooms by Ria Dunn is the consequence of designer Ria Dunn's creative upbringing, and the experiences drawn from living in wild countryside and chaotic cities. Her garments transmit emotion and complexity, yet at the same time are sustainable.
Thom Krom was founded in 2009 by Thomas Kromik, a German fashion scout. The designs feature muted colours and slightly avantgarde styles, all carefully manufactured using authentic materials and unusual cuts. Thom Krom's collection is for those who prefer the night to the day, a concept close to our hearts.
Yohji Yamamoto “Y” and the three stripes of adidas “3” – together Y-3. Their partnership combines high Japanese design with excellent performance and technical brilliance. In addition to the superb footwear the range includes sportswear, outerwear and accessories, all with the same winning combination of first class design and functionality.