HIM Co S.p.A. owned brand
HIM created its own brands HYINA and Carlotha Ray, where a dedicated team oversees production, distribution, commercial and marketing activities.
Carlotha Ray FOOTWEAR
HYINA - FOOTWEAR
HYINA is passion, creativity, femininity, boldness and concreteness. It is that thin line that joins the sky to the sea, taking possession of its colours and shades. It is a dream of freedom inspired by the Polynesian goddess Hina. She’s the goddess of the moon and the rainbow and symbol of femininity and creativity. Hina is a woman, a goddess who changes her appearance like the moon. She is a creative divinity in crescent moon phase. She is mature and brave as a warrior in the full moon and innovative and wise in the waning moon phase.
CARLOTHA RAY - FOOTWEAR
Launched in 2020, Carlotha Ray presents clean luxurious flip flops handcrafted in Italy in the most sustainable manner. Comprised of natural rubber, its material derives from a plant-based latex extraction process that fully respects the environment. Its colours were conceived from natural dyes, obtained from wild plants, medicinal herbs, soil and scraps of agricultural products. They were all locally sourced from an Italian organic supplier, adjacent to our factory. 100% Vegan. Made in Italy. In 2021 the brand enlarges its offer introducing sustainable fragrances. Consciously conceived to respect people and the planet. In April 2022 Carlotha Ray Poire & Santal Blanc fragrance won the “Beaute’ Stars” award by Madame Figaro as rising sustainable new beauty brand.
Him Co produces and distributes:
Ulla Johnson FOOTWEAR
JW Anderson FOOTWEAR
See by ChloéFOOTWEAR
Maria LucaFOOTWEAR & BAGS
Ulla Johnson - FOOTWEAR
Born and raised in Manhattan, Ulla Johnson honed her signature style between the streets of New York and the far-flung destinations of her family’s travels. Her eponymous line, founded in 1998 just after her graduation from university, immediately caught the attention of the fashion press. Growing from a handful of directional boutiques and with an early endorsement from Barneys New York, the designer has gained a dedicated following and the support of retailers across the US, Europe, Australia, and Asia. She has never wavered on her steadfast attention to the details of construction that have become her hallmark, basing each of her collections on a foundation of natural fibers, beautiful finishing, and ease of fit and form.
JW Anderson- FOOTWEAR
Northern Irish designer Jonathan Anderson established JW Anderson in 2008. Its unique design aesthetic offers a modern interpretation of masculinity and femininity by creating thought-provoking silhouettes through a conscious cross-pollination between menswear and womenswear elements.
This idiosyncratic perspective, which earned the label a cult following, prompted JW Anderson to present a women’s capsule collection in 2010. JW Anderson hassince evolved into an internationally-renowned and award-winning brand sold around the world.
PROENZA SCHOULER - FOOTWEAR
Proenza Schouler is a New York based womenswear and accessories brand founded in 2002 by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. The duo met while studying at Parsons School of Design eventually collaborating on their senior thesis, which became their first collection as Proenza Schouler.
Named after the designers’ mothers’ maiden names, Proenza Schouler is defined by its fusion of craftsmanship and attention to detail with a sense of refined ease. Inspiration drawn from contemporary art and youth culture is combined with an emphasis on tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics.
Victoria Beckham - FOOTWEAR
Victoria Beckham founded her eponymous fashion label in 2008. It has since become the voice of modern minimalism, celebrated for its versatility, strong sense of sophistication, and effortless approach to wardrobing women for every part of their lives.
Developed at Victoria’s London studio, the collection began with a series of body-skimming dresses and has expanded to include two ready-to-wear lines, footwear, and accessories, as well as a long-term partnership with fitness and lifestyle brand Reebok.
Bold, intuitive and refined, each collection features the finest craftsmanship and materials, and is an adaptation of Victoria’s own personal style to the needs and desires of the international women who swear by the brand’s distinctive, luxurious garments.
See by Chloé - FOOTWEAR
Launched in 2001 as the younger sister to Chloé, See By Chloé proposes a youthful, accessible interpretation of the Parisian maison. Romantic in spirit yet effortless in attitude, the wardrobe stands out for its fluid silhouettes and playful flourishes. In a shifting palette of earth tones and pops of colour, the collections speak to free-spirited girls who take a creative approach to their style.
MARIA LUCA - FOOTWEAR & BAGS
The image of a contemporary woman materialising in a new made-in-Italy footwear and accessories brand. Roman designer Carlotta De Luca is the one who gave life to this brand, whose creative approach results today in a new brand dedicated to strong, independent, nonchalant women. Women who, first of all, are able to take risks.
A contemporary image enshrined in a key concept: put your left foot forward. Because as the designer explains, “In life you have to take risks. And it is only when you risk that the best things happen”.
Behind this new brand is the combination of an elegant and dynamic view of the feminine world represented by the name Maria, just like Carlotta’s grandmother and like all the women in her family. An evocative name that the designer matched to that part of her surname embodying the masculine energy. A harmonious synergy enshrined in her brand.
Fall Winter 2020/21 will mark the debut of the brand, accompanied by two capsule collections dedicated to bags and jewellery. To tell about the versatile and recognisable world of Maria Luca in its various forms
Him Co manufacturing brands:
Chloé - FOOTWEAR
Chloé was founded in 1952 by Egyptian-born Parisian Gaby Aghion who identified a gap for high-end pret-a-porter.
Beautifully executed pieces with a retro-tinged sensibility are the cornerstone of the house – think sharp tailoring, leather separates and relaxed dresses.
Under the creative direction of Gabriela Hearst, the free-spirited Chloé woman embodies an intelligent elegance with a focus on sustainable luxury.
The label is adept at creating hype-worthy accessories each season, from the refreshed take on the iconic Edith bag to sleek sunglasses and striking jewellery.
Jil Sander - FOOTWEAR
Jil Sander, the high-end luxury brand, is the epitome of modernity and sophistication. Its unconditional dedication to contemporary design combines elegance and purity with innovative materials and exceptional craftsmanship.
The refinement of cuts and the perfection of details give form to a figure that stands out by its distinctive belief in excellence and highest quality standard. Launched in1968 by Jil Sander, the fashion house presented its first women’s collection on Milchstrasse in Hamburg in 1973. The Collection featured luxury clothes for a new generation of businesswomen.
The first Jil Sander men’s collection was premiered in Milan in January 1997. The men’s ateliers became the home base for Jil Sander’s unique fusion of modern masculinity and refined craftsmanship.
Joseph - FOOTWEAR
British fashion brand Joseph has since the 70s crafted a fashion-forward uniform, offering an essential framework of luxury essentials the trouser, the sweater, the blouse, and more are established as new and modern classics for women and men.
Committed to raising the bar on everyday dressing, Joseph will help define the style of the next decadejust as it did so powerfully in the past.
Lanvin - FOOTWEAR
Renowned for her visionary outlook, Jeanne Lanvin created a unique style synonymous with a world of elegance and sophistication. With a keen interest in culture, she harnessed fresh talent from numerous artistic fields, leaving an unparalleled cultural legacy.
Continuing from strength to strength, she created a company exuding flamboyance, paving the way for her creative universe and introducing the brand and lifestyle concept.
Today, true to its roots, Lanvin continues to reflect its aesthetic traditions through the modern vision of Bruno Sialelli, who was appointed artistic director in January 2019.
His dynamic and meticulous approach to understanding the key elements of Lanvin DNA is shaping the company’s future with each passing season. He stands out from the crowd with his unprecedented take on Lanvin heritage, demonstrating confidence and energy that clearly epitomise this new chapter in the history of this remarkable fashion house.
Amina Muaddi - FOOTWEAR
Brand of shoes that, since its foundation in 2018, has imposed its aesthetic in the footwear world. Behind the brand there is the creativity of the namesake designer Amina Muaddi. The woman has become one of the most influential shoes designer of the sector.
Grew up between Jordan and Romania, Amina founds the inspiration in her mother. As young girl, Amina observes her mother while dressing up and taking care of herself. Amina’s passion for shoes comes from the moment she wears those of her mother. At the age of sixteen, the designer leaves Romania in order to go to Italy, the country where to cultivate her passion.
The Amina Muaddi shoes are very recognizable and they are appreciated by it-girls for the right mix between sensuality and refinement. The stiletto heel with flared basis, sensual but comfortable, is the brand trademark.
Nensi Dojaka - FOOTWEAR
Nensi Dojaka is an Albanian womenswear designer living and working in London. A Central Saint Martins masters graduate, Dojaka showed her FW20 collection with Fashion East, styled by Francesca Burns. Garnering significant attention from the industry with her ultra-feminine aesthetic and deconstructed dresses, Dojaka’s body-hugging silhouettes take their cues from lingerie and are elevated with layered sheer silks and contrasting soft details with sharp lines and spaghetti straps.
Jacquemus - FOOTWEAR
Jacquemus is a French brand, founded in 2009 by Simon Porte Jacquemus. At just 19, Simon Porte moved to Paris from the Provence countryside, with the aim to start his own brand.
With an original approach to classic French style, Simon Porte Jacquemus designs his collections with impeccable tailoring and paying close attention to the smallest details. Named after his mother’s last name, JACQUEMUS is a brand that seamlessly blends classic styles and innovative cuts with a splash of the 80’s flare. His collections have a child-like spirit and sense of freedom, often featuring asymmetrical designs, oversized “stiff” silhouettes, experimental makeup and shoeless or topless models.
Another Tomorrow - RTW
Vanessa Barboni Hallik founded Another Tomorrow after taking a sabbatical from her finance career to grow her understanding of responsible environmental and social practices, expanding on her master’s in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.
Another Tomorrow exists to realign the relationship for the curious, compassionate global citizen seeking elevated, thoughtful design, education, and tools for advocacy.
Their collection pushes the boundaries of what responsibly grown and ethically manufactured materials can achieve. Sensual, strong, and proportioned to flatter many forms, they are clothes suited for the modern warrior and meant to be lasting wardrobe staples.
Using fashion as a pathway to activism, they seek to model what is possible at this critical juncture in our humanity – amplifying voices for change, educating and engaging their community with the stories behind their clothes, and providing more information about supply chains at large.
Alessandro Vigilante - RTW
Born in Puglia, Italy in 1982, designer Alessandro Vigilante initially began his career as a professional dancer. He studied at the School of Ballet of Tuscany and then at the Mas Music Arts & Show in Milan, where he discovered and was transformed by the revolutionary technique of American choreographer Merce Cunningham, whose approach to the concepts of deconstruction, stasis and movement later formed the inspirations behind Vigilante’s design. During this same period, he also discovered the theatrical choreography of the German Pina Bausch, an icon of both art and style from whom he learnt to observe and admire the humanity and emotionality of the body. Vigilant quickly left his life as a dancer and moved into the fashion industry, initially working for Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and finally Lorenzo Serafini before branching out on his own with his debut collection FW21/22 called ATTO I-TALKING BODY
Neil Barrett - RTW
Known for his street-inspired styling and his background in both sportswear and luxury wear, Neil Barrett gained his reputation bringing together minimalist, urban clothing with meticulous finesse in tailoring. The Designer epitomizes a kind of modern, paired-down cool with a luxury twist.