Domenico Cioffi ( – Netherlands
Minimal, graphic, rigorous…
An intricate exploration of the Mediterranean culture mixed with Nordic minimalism. After graduating from IED in Rome, the Italian designer Domenico Cioffi moved to Amsterdam where in 2012 established his namesake brand. His style is an exquisite blend of breezy silhouettes and clean cuts, cyber graphics and material research. The Spring/Summer collection, Moon Democracy, draws inspiration from the works of Spanish artists Lola Dupré and Pablo Palazuelo: geometric shapes and clean lines characterize black and white pieces with relief patterns and raw cuts light up by lunar shades and flashes of sleek pvc. A personal and rigorous aesthetic reflected in collections entirely made in Italy for a new femininity with a refined yet sporty flavour.

Oform ( – Netherlands
Geometric, delicate, luminous…
Naomi Bijlefeld loves pure forms and sleek and bright surfaces. A recently graduate from the Design Academy in Eindhoven, in early 2014 this Dutch designer founded the jewellery label Oform. With the aim to find the perfect balance between geometric shapes, materials and colours, Naomi’s creations have a light and delicate refinement. The Spring/Summer collection combines marble, stainless steel and acrylate creating rings, necklaces and bracelets in subtle colours and simple yet handy shapes.

Delirious ( – Italy
Joyful, pure, alluring…
Maharaja, Cavion, Mabis: the glasses of the brand founded in 2012 by Marco Lanero have names that evoke faraway lands. Delirious is not a normal eyewear brand, but a project that aims to return to the origins of craftsmanship avoiding standardised and impersonal products. His unbranded glasses are marked by an identification number and can be personalised according to clients’ needs. Totally handcrafted and characterised by a wooden packaging, the rectangular or rounded frames are made of natural resins and play with pastel tones transparencies, tortoise or alluring patterns for a candid yet joyful allure.