As we continue our round up of visit to Paris Fashion Week earlier in the year, we wanted to share with our readers which new brands we will be introducing into the Allotment Store this Autumn.
If you are a regular visitor to the blog you will know that Dsquared2 will feature in store from this Spring and into AW19. As well as this behemoth of a fashion brand we will be keeping it real with some smaller independent designers.
Dsquared2 offer a range of styles, from relaxed Tee's to haute couture designer menswear
Johnny Ramli’s designer menswear accessories, such as jewellery and leather goods, will be adorning the Allotment Store shelves very soon, and into the fall season. Think chunky stand out rings and intricately made leather bags.
Johnny Ramli's accesories will set you apart from the crowd, giving you a rugged and stylish look.
Sergo Bohja will be providing some ultra cool designer menswear including printed Tee’s and sweatshirts, for those of you that crave hard to find, authentic and original pieces.
Sergo promises top quality design and materials, that we know our customers will love.
From the fall we will also be stocking Hannibal Collection, Siki Im, Joe Chia and Officine Creative.
We will be introducing Hannibal Collection for those who like fine, handcrafted tailoring. Hannibal is a German brand and their range spans across suits, shirts, trousers, coats, sweatshirts and knitwear.
Siki Im is a German born designer who has had the accolades of designing for Karl Lagerfeld and Helmut Lang before branching out with his eponymous label. He studied architecture at Oxford University before making his way into fashion design. He uses his experience and understanding of construction, combined with luxury fabrics to create his fresh approach to designer menswear.
This is Sol (Allotment Store owner) at the entrance of the Siki Im buyers showroom at Paris Fashion Week.
Joe Chia is a multi award winning menswear designer. Originally from London, Joe Chia set up his atelier in Kuala Lumpur after graduating from design school. His creative menswear line takes inspiration from the diversity of Joe's life experiences.
Joe Chia's garments are quiet, offering surprises in the details.
Making sure you have the right shoes to finish your Autumn Winter look is key to pulling your items of clothing together.
Good quality shoes are not only an investment for your own personal style, but will also last a long time with the right care and attention. Shoes and accessories are the finer detailers than can make or break an outfit, and that is why the Allotment Store is delighted to announce that we will be stocking Officine Creative, Italian handmade shoes from the Fall of 2019.
The Offincine Creative label has a rich heritage. The brand was conceived in 1968 by shoe making Nazzareno Di Rosa in Montegranoro using artisan production methods. The family run business is now run by Nazzareno’s eldest son.