Printmonkey are a fresh London label with a love of graphic design. Based in Shoreditch, this new brand takes inspiration from their surroundings to create a range of men’s & women’s wearable art.
Operating fair-trade practices in every aspect of production, Printmonkey will be making their global trade debut at Margin in February 2013.
Read more about Printmonkey at StreetwearBrands.com
Using the finest Italian fabrics, Japanese label Apipo is a premium collection of women’s clothing, including knitwear, coats, and elegant dresses, suitable for all ages.
Making their European debut at Margin in February 2013, Apipo will be presenting their latest collection of easy-to-wear pieces.
After 10 years designing for big-name brands, Netty Ratti decided to launch their own label.
Using a specially-developed signature embroidery technique, and the talent that sold a million dresses, this range of highly wearable cross-stitched designs from Manchester will be making their global tradeshow debut at Margin London.
Read more about Netty Ratti at NewFashionBrands.com
Thanks to FashionUnited:
LA CIE VANTIS
Umbrellas are a vital part of life, especially in Great Britain, throughout the year. Summer’s can be a washout and winter’s can be seriously damp, yet umbrellas are generally plain, black, and dull.
Step forward a new French label from Lille in Northern France called La Cie Vantis who are bringing colour and style to the overlooked accessory. Black umbrellas lined with artwork, maps, or a shot of pure colour feature in the extensive range, alongside an exclusive collaboration with premium streetwear brand Sixpack France.
La Cie Vantis umbrellas for men and women come in various sizes and patterns, and the brand also helps to keep us warm and dry with their range of hats, scarves, cardigans and pullovers.
Retail prices range from £30 to £180.
Thanks to TheCoolFashion for their news about the upcoming February 2013 edition of Margin:
With Psy’s smash YouTube hit sweeping the planet, there’s a lot of style coming out of Korea and not just from Gangnam.
Case in point is new designer Kaylee Cho who, with her first confident and authorative collection, is helping to put Korean fashion labels on the map.
Having studied fashion in Los Angeles and worked at Assembly New York, Kaylee Cho returned to Seoul to create her first eponymous collection for Autumn/Winter 2013/2014.
With a serene signature accompanied by razor-sharp pattern cutting, the debut collection plays with concepts of light and shadow, and draws inspiration from architecture and historical remains.
Playing with fabric juxtapositions, the key to creating such a confident debut is the complete understanding of the female form; this is a collection that understands women’s bodies and proportions and flatters all ages with an impeccable fit and expert tailoring.
Retail prices range from £55 for tops through to £550 for overcoats.
Kaylee Cho will be making their trade show debut at Margin, the longest-running independent exhibition in London.
Kaylee Cho will be exhibiting at Margin in February 2013 which takes place on the 10th & 11th.