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The Wolf, the Badger and the new designers

No spring in London is complete without an evening party hosted by the most fashionable characters of Notting Hill. Wolf and Badger presented their new affiliate designers and Sketchbook was there represented by Romain Casella to have a sneaky look and enjoy their always entertaining and inviting clientele.

Here are some of the new names you can see and enjoy during the next 3 months at their boutique or online at 

Mika Bashan: specialised in leather pieces with lining 100% Italian silk, Mika Bashan presented a collection that reflects her 30 years of experience in the fashion industry

U.MI-1: Japanese menswear that juxtaposes tailoring with casual fabrics for a modern aesthetic. The collaboration of Japanese artists add to the pieces an original and sophisticated look. 

Didi Ilse: Inspired in nature, antique pieces and her travels around the world, German jeweler Didi Ilse will be showcasing provoking designs all handcrafted in her London studio. 

Capulet: Luxury women’s accessories, specialised in cases and bags for laptops, IPads and tablets. All the designs are created in London and hand-crafted by expert leather artisans in the Andalucia region. 

Glassing: hand finished sunglasses, that offer a unique piece each time. Glassing was born in 2009 in Italy and since its creation has shown a steady success. 

Manley: Dublin born Emma Manley designs powerful yet delicate women’s wear. Her influences come from working with amongst others, Alexander McQueen. All the pieces are produced in Ireland. 

Anthony Peto: British born, Paris based milliner Anthony Peto brings handmade hats with outstanding quality that are already a raging success. 

Havva: Using luxurious leathers and feminine silhouettes, Havva gives shape to her footwear passion passed from generation to generation of her family. All pieces are created by footwear artisans in Italy. 

Mariana Moyano Menta / Romain Casella

Photos: Romain Casella