BRANDS June 18th, 2021

GENTILE MILANO

 

Gentile is the responsible brand founded by Gioacchino Gentile in 2020, Milan. A journey into the Italian spirit of the 60s-80s seen through the eyes of generation Z. Its unique creations - pieces with a couture touch to the urban context - take back to life vintage clothes,  deadstock fabrics and materials. What makes each garment unique is the combination of craftsmanship, hand-made embroidery and attention to detail.

 

Website moreoverstudios.com/gentile
Instagram @gentile_milano
Contact [email protected]

 

BRANDS

YEKATERINA IVANKOVA
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  Of Kazakh roots, the designer Yekaterina Ivankovasi specializes in Fashion Design at Polimoda in Florence in 2013 and, four years later, gives life to the eponymous label, debuting with a collection in which she t...

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MARCELLO PIPITONE
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  Lines that like roads connect different worlds. Eye-catching contrasts, bold colors - the ever-present red color. Combinations of elements with a suburban story lived...

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OH CARLA
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  Claudia Nesi and Carlotta Boldracchi met eachother at Naba University, years ago. One teaches design; the other learns how to channel her own inspiration. They got co...

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GIN SALEMÒ
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  After graduating in 2014, Gin Salemò worked for various designers, while pursuing his fashion studies at Central Saint Martins in London. The decision to found his b...

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BRING
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  Il brand giapponese Bring intende ovviare al gravoso problema dello smaltimento dei rifiuti della fashion industry, responsabile ogni anno della produzione di 92 milioni di tonnellate tra scarti e indumenti che fi...

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FABBRICATORINO
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  FABBRICATORINO has a long tradition, founded in the 1920s as "Società Anonima Fabbrica Torino" was specialized in the production of Bakelite objects and components. ...

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ZEROBARRACENTO
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  ZEROBARRACENTO is an emerging brand of gender-neutral outerwear committed to promoting zero-waste planning. “Zero” means zero waste, less pollution and reduced em...

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