Founded by two French tailors in 1952, the FUSALP brand, known for its “après-ski” clothing, combines technical know-how with beautiful cuts. The collections are reinventing themselves by offering a graphic and elegant sport chic wardrobe. The retro-inspired products are positioned in a very contemporary urban mobility by appropriating logos and sport style.   Selected byPROMOSTYL  


  HILFIGER DENIM becomes TOMMY JEANS, let’s keep a close eye on them. Seeking a striking revival, TOMMY HILFIGER’s denim line skilfully comes back with a younger clientele thanks to the work done on their identity and wording.   Selected byPROMOSTYL  


  Dynamic and inventive, the BALENCIAGA plays with luxury streetwear style. With the “Sinners” capsule collection, DEMNA GVASALIA, their new artistic director, diversifies the scope of this empire by giving once again, a beautiful fashion lesson. Their mini collection revolves around iconic urban pieces.   Selected byPROMOSTYL  


  The Taiwanese brand 4DIMENSION, offers an urban wardrobe built around functional fabrics and technical details. The vision of the brand is to combine quality and solidity with a strong and offbeat fashion impertinence.   Selected byPROMOSTYL  


  On American streetwear brand’s side, let us focus on VERCETTI & CO that sublimates a 90s inspired streetwear, both bold and colourful. The Atlanta brand offers an interesting “twist” between the sport chic polo shirt and ultra graphic track suit.   Selected byPROMOSTYL  


  To understand the brand SAENAI, one must understand the mix operated between grunge, glam rock and rockabilly. Their collection delivers a well-crafted New York “touch” with signature pieces such as the leopard shirt, the oversize parka or the black woollen coat.   Selected byPROMOSTYL  

Mr P

  The online sales site “MR PORTER”, launches its own collection under the “Mr P” label. Their collection is built around timeless men’s wardrobe updates. Simple and effective, the brand targets active people who enjoy a sporty, casual elegance with a “British” influence.   Selected byPROMOSTYL