Givenchy New men's staples by Matthew M. Williams
OAMC Balancing ideas and styles
Shirts Bowling collars, short sleeves
Loewe From classic accessories to unique designs
Golden Goose More than iconic sneakers
Sandals Just in for summer
Belts The finishing touch
Accessories Down to the last detail
Jil Sander Spring/Summer 2021 by Lucie and Luke Meier
The Row Spring refinement
Totême A modern uniform
Saint Laurent Beloved classics for all occasions
Sneakers Shop the latest arrivals
Sandals Your next summer favourites
Loewe Paula's Ibiza
diptyque Inspired by Mediterranean nature
Every season we add new names to our brand selection. With a unique point of view and a fresh direction, we look forward to welcoming you and discover the latest from these five new designers at Ottodisanpietro.
BurberryRiccardo Tisci has been in charge of renewing Burberry for the new decade, placing at the forefront of the British house some of his signs of identity: sophisticated sensuality, modern fabrics and an affinity for diversity — something we loved during his tenure at Givenchy, which ended in 2017.
In Tisci's extensive collections for Burberry we find revised iterations of Burberry's most popular styles as well as the designer's views on current trends: checkered trench coats with the new Burberry logo (designed by Graphic Artist Peter Saville), oversized-fit shirts and a line of sportswear. Discover the first arrivals from the collection now online and in-store.
GanniLaunched into the global fashion world by husband and wife duo Ditte and Nicolaj Reffstrup, Ganni has entered 2020 as a major force to watch. The Copenhagen-based brand is giving a twist to the discreet Danish aesthetic with offerings that renew classic silhouettes combining them with current trends.
Shirt dresses, sartorial-inspired jackets and trousers and neutral tones mixed with striking prints sum up one of the most promising collections for this summer. Ganni is now online and in-store.
BoyishA versatile piece designed to improve over time, jeans are a modern staple that symbolizes youth and the spirit of rebellion. However, producing a pair of jeans can be a very resource-intensive and non-sustainable process. This led Jordan Nodarse to found Boyish, a California brand specializing in sustainable denim.
Following environmentally friendly practices and using sustainable fabrics Boyish produces vintage-style jeans with a contemporary look and feminine silhouettes, so that their only impact on the planet is a perfect pair of jeans.
Paco RabanneJulien Dossena brought back Paco Rabanne's prèt-â-porter, proving that it is possible to look to the future and respect the past. Nicolas Ghesquière's apprentice —during his time at Balenciaga— bridges the gap between the present and the legacy of Paco Rabanne.
Dossena imagines a light and easy wardrobe that does not forget the avant-garde DNA of the house: the contrast between the feminine cut and the industrial materials. Sequined dresses, knitwear with metallic applications and bags in unconventional materials will be strongly present this season. Explore Paco Rabanne's first delivery now in-store and online.
ValentinoSince the departure of Maria Grazia Chiuri and the appointment of Pierpaolo Piccioli as Creative Director of Valentino, the designer has made the Italian house shine with romantic and feminine dresses that comprise a unique, attractive and recognizable universe.
Valentino Garavani accessory line completes Piccioli's offering with iconic bags, belts and sneakers that have captivated the current fashion world. Valentino will undoubtedly be one of the brands to se the tone for this new decade. The collection is already available at Ottodisanpietro.