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Founded in 2006, AWWG is the global fashion group that integrates the iconic brands Pepe Jeans London, Hackett, and Façonnable, and is the brand agency for Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein in Spain and Portugal. AWWG currently has more than 500 stores and 5.000 points of sale, with a presence in 54 countries globally and a workforce of more than 4.200 employees. The group is defined by its brands and its people. AWWG has a strong international community with a large experience in the fashion business that is committed, passionate, and believes in AWWG´s vision that it is possible to change the world for the better.
Lauded for his vibrant, artisanal knitwear, Antwerp designer Christian Wijnants creates contemporary, feminine silhouettes with a strong focus on fluid prints. The designer started his endeavors in fashion in 1996 as a student at the Royal Academy of Fine Art. There he developed a fascination for innovative knitted fabrics and elegant, easy to wear designs.
The Paris-based French brand Claudie Pierlot offers apparel for women and girls. The company was founded in 1984 by Claudie Pierlot. She was known, especially in the 1990s, with its style to dress women small Paris for the 15-30 years. Inspired by contemporary French street fashion as well as the effortless glamour of old Paris, the timeless collections are reinterpreted every season. The namesake designer passed away in 2010. Claudie Pierlot is part of the SMCP Group together with Sandro and Maje. In 2013 the SMCP Group was acquiered by KKR Investments.
#DAMUR, we are constantly hosting a progressive discussion between high-end fashion and streetwear. #DAMUR is inspired by Berlin and is thoughtfully designed and constructed. Each collection opens up a new social dialogue with the public. Our asymmetric designs are unique and constructed with seductively luxurious fabrics and quality finishings. We always stand out from the crowd.
The French prêt-à-porter brand first set up shop in 1950 on the Côte d’Azur, dressing Hollywood movie stars for the Cannes Film Festival. Its collections of colourful, smart-casual garments are made from the finest fabrics, and feature unique prints and immaculate detailing that is signature to the brand. Taking inspiration from its home on the French Riviera, Façonnable celebrates the fashions and lifestyle of one of the most breathtaking coastlines in the world.
Gucci is the place where dreams come true, where ideas take shape to enclose conceptual universes in which the contemporary consumer and the entire Gucci community can recognize themselves and see their identity affirmed. We are more than a place to work: we are a joyful and open community where unique possibilities come to life. We don’t follow set paths; we embrace the unconventional and question the ordinary to find new solutions: to create new dreams. Joining Gucci means embarking on a journey through a purposeful environment where your voice can be heard, and your personality fully expressed. It’s the playground where you can amplify your skills and explore territories you never thought possible. We are not looking for daydreamers but for people who are able to shape their dreams into something that has an impact on the world.
The home of British menswear, Hackett London is known for its excellence in craftsmanship and a distinction in detail. Our story starts in 1983, when Jeremy Hackett opened his first store selling second-hand clothes on King’s Road, Chelsea. It was here that he began creating his own garments by merging traditional styles with contemporary cuts, perfect for those seeking Savile Row expertise—without the associated cost. Inspired by quintessential British menswear, Hackett specialises in classic English tailoring for the modern man. Today, the brand boasts over 1,000 points of sale across the globe, and offers a range of products and services including: made-to-measure, personal tailoring and exclusive bespoke services available at our flagship store at 14 Savile Row.