As the show is just around the corner we thought it apt to share additional news of brands set to appear across the 13th and 14th of next month. From this point on we’ll be issuing twice weekly updates to ensure you’re looped in on the pre-show happenings; we hope these prove to be of great benefit to you and should you have any suggestions please do contact us via the usual channels.
Rittenhouse is an Australian high end, casual label, created in 2004 by fashion designer Sally McDonald and graphic artist Micah Hamdorf. In the pursuit of timeless style the label employ a unique brand of “quiet detailing” to achieve their signature aesthetic; tastefully combining unique prints and beautiful fabrics to realise their designs.
Rittenhouse pride themselves on stylistically accessible wares produced to the highest of quality standards. Their lines are wholly contemporary, sophisticated, yet appear relaxed and unpretentious.
In 2008 three friends, Felix Chan, Huw Bennett and Arran Russell, decided to join forces and launch a brand committed to creating clothing of quality, purpose and elegance. In only a few short years they have managed to solidify their house style – one of indicate pattern, bold colours, intriguing textures and modern fit – to ultimately rekindle a wonderful sense of confidence among consumers.
Stockholm-based Anton Sandqvist founded his namesake bag brand as an intimate solo venture in 2004, to later be joined by his brother Daniel and close friend Sebastian Westin. Today the trio jointly man the Sandqvist helm, internationally renowned for their simply designed, highly durable goods.
Their bags are produced to serve the wearer day in-day out, inspired by the Nordic countryside and key aspects of a life predominantly spent outdoors. Vast unpopulated areas, soaring mountains and remote cabins, as well as an urban city lifestyle, have always been the main inspirations of the brand. Accordingly, Sandqvist’s bags are uncomplicated and beautiful, with a clear Swedish heritage.