Gina Melosi Berlin, Germany The Texas born jeweller trained at London’s sir John Cass faculty of art, architecture and design. Gina’s background in fine art, photography, studio art, and classical music informs her conceptual, yet organic designs. She is inspired by the broken, overlooked, and abandoned, giving ready-made found objects new life in recycled metals and ethically sourced stones.
La Gemma Berlin, Germany Berlin-based womanswear brand LAGEMMA is founded by Gem Pham.Lagemma offers high-quality and moderately priced female clothing to whom love to stay unique, simple with playful vibes and effortlessly chic.Our Collections connect contemporary trends with concept of the past, creating a perfect balance between creativity and timelessness. The uniqueness and quality of each collection are guaranteed by the limited number of copies produced and the careful choice of materials for every single detail.
a.ACHAT Berlin, Germany On the edge of contemporary and avantgarde, the clothing part of a.ACHAT is basedaround simplistic shapes, playful patterns and clashing textures for all sexes. a.ACHAT creates handmade products in small quantities and small irregularities are part of their character. We work with high quality fabrics and materials to complement our designs while keeping an eye on sustainability as much as possible. This creates an individual style that fits perfectly in anyone’s wardrobe.a.ACHAT’s projects are often based on collaborations with artists, illustrators, and graphic designers.
Gunda Hafner Berlin, Germany I work hard to ensure materials are sourced ethically and of high quality, mainly from European regions. My small dedicated team help to ensure pieces are unique yet made to an exceptional standard and appeal to a wide range of women. To us, making sustainability accessible is a priority. To us, sustainability comes naturally and is embedded within our practice. To us, this is how we believe it should be by default across all brands.
Kaigerhardt Berlin, Germany Kai Gerhardt is a Berlin-based fashion and textile designer who primarily works with a black and white palette. The design of Gerhardt's garments is based on his own fabric creations which lend his collections a distinctive and unique touch. With his 2015 BA graduate collection put your lights on, Gerhardt focused on new weaving techniques; 2017 saw the launch of his first commercial collection black and white are not grey located at the junction of street style and the avant-garde.