INSIDEOUT x John Moore Collaboration.
Frances Dove Founder of the 2004 trompe l'oeil fashion label InsideOut , a favourite with Sarah Andelman owner of the historic Paris store Colette . Since 1997 Frances Dove has created brands that have established a worldwide presence in 26 countries across the world. Collections featuring in the top boutiques and department stores in London, Paris, New York, Moscow, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong.
John Moore x George Cox With deep pop culture roots, George Cox footwear has been an indispensable element in the look of subcultures for decades, from Teds and Rockers to Punks, Rockabillies and Retro-Futurists; after all, the company revolutionized the visual identity of youth by introducing the world’s first creeper nearly 70 years ago. oday, George Cox shoes are the benchmark for 21st Century style rebels on the street and on the catwalk, from achingly hip labels such as Bathing Ape,
Joe Casely-Hayford, OBE, is a British fashion designer. Since the mid 1980s he has established an international reputation as one of the UK's most respected and consistently relevant designers of men's and womenswear clothing.
His Collaboration with the John Moore brand fused elements of punk/seditionaries, Skinhead styling and traditional British work boots.Re inventing the Toe strap John Moore cult boot .
Founded by Fraser Moss and Jimmy Collins, YMC – You Must Create is renowned for it’s easy-to-wear pieces that form the building blocks of the modern wardrobe. Originally started as a unisex label, the menswear and womenswear collections still sit seamlessly together, sharing seasonal fabrics and prints which are complimented by a concise edit of footwear and accessories.
With a title borrowed from one of industrial pioneer Raymond Lowry’s infamous quotes: “you must create your own design style”
launched in 2003 by self-taught designer Mick Hoyle, F-Troupe has built up a loyal following around the world. The London-based footwear label is loved for its original and off-beat designs that span from androgynous brogues to cute sandals to tomboy boots.
F-Troupe shoes have steadily been gaining a celebrity following, especially amongst young LA A-listers such as Chloe Sevigny, Misha Barton, Kristen Stewart and in the UK Sienna Miller, Lily Allen, Alexa Chung, Pixie Lott, Paloma Fait