Sander’s “less and luxe” design mission was groundbreaking in the ’80s—and it remains potent decades later. As an unwavering champion of minimalism, Sander was a key force behind the sea change in women’s fashion as excess went out and restrained finesse came in.
Designed to be cherished, each piece proposes a fresh balance of opposing elements—past and future, masculine and feminine, strength and softness, structure and fluidity—while embodying a signature sensuality and ease.
Rick Owens is a fashion designer living and working out of Paris. His is an aesthetic shaped by black and white 1930s Hollywood movies and the rawness of a decayed end of Hollywood Boulevard where he started his label in the early nineties after dropping out of art school.
An influential and treasured presence in fashion for more than 30 years, Dries Van Noten follows an inner creative compass that is whisperingly impervious to fashion. His clothes are crafted in extraordinary fabrics and prints exclusively created by Dries and his team.