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    I always like to know who's making what for whom in the industry. I've made similar threads on some of the other forums, but I think it would be a great database to start one here from the beginning. This way, over time, we will hopefully accumulate an excellent listing. Here are some of the ones that I know. Please feel free to add, make corrections, etc. since many of these may have changed:




    CLOTHING:


    GIBO: Hussein Chalayan,Marc Jacobs Collection, John Galliano Homme, Viktor & Rolf,





    GILD: Giuliano Fujiwara, Andrew Mackenzie, DSquared (earliest seasons from mid 1990's before Staff)
    STAFF: Martin Margiela, DSquared, Vivienne Westwood (mens), Costume National Homme

    Vestimenta: Armani Black Label, Ungaro (women's line), Piombo, Trussardi, 2004-05 Calvin Klein Collection

    AEFFE:
    Jean-Paul Gaultier, Pollini, Alberta Ferretti (incl. Philosophy), Sinha-Stanic, Basso&Brooks, Narciso Rodriguez, Moschino (some lines)



    Mariella Burani Fashion Group: Vivienne Westwood Anglomania, Patrizia Pepe, Bikkembergs,



    CIT: Armani Collezioni (shirts), Bagutta, Basile, Eley Kishimoto, Baindouche

    ITTIERRE:
    D&G (recently switched to another maker), Exte, Versace Jeans Couture, Versus, GF Ferre, Just Cavalli, CNC, Ferre, Anna Sui



    TOMBOLINI: Allessandro Dell'acqua, Gianfranco Ferre, Thierry Mugler

    GYSEMANS:
    Veronique Branquinho, Raf Simons, Bernhard Wilhelm

    SHOES:
    Buttero: Dior Homme, Martin Margiela, Number (N)ine

    Zengarini: Calvin Klein Collection, Byblos, Alessandro Dell'acqua


    Stefano Bi: LVMH brands (Louis Vuitton, Givenchy, Loewe, Berluti RTW)


    Artioli: Etro


    Vicini: Gianfranco Ferre, DSquared


    Lattanzi:Some special edition Jil Sander's (all have handwritten labels)

    Sergio Rossi: Gucci-group brands (Gucci, YSL RG, Alexander McQueen)



    MEN'S SUITS:



    St. Andrews: Ralph Lauren Purple Label

    Isaia: Valentino (some of the top-end men's items)


    Belvest: Hermes, Prada, Louis Vuitton
    Zegna: Gianna Versace Couture, Gucci, Armani Collezioni, Dunhill, Yves Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Tom Ford
    Boglioli: Seize sur Vingt
    Corneliani: Ralph Lauren Black Label
    Canali: Lanvin, Faconnable, Gieves & Hawkes


    Lardini: Dolce & Gabbana, Ferragamo, Brooks Brothers Italian-made stuff


    Ma.Co: Rafaelle Caruso Sartoria Parma, Dior Homme (I heard this, but have not had it confirmed)

    LEATHER GOODS/ACCESSORIES:

    Braccialini/ (Antichi Pellettiere SpA): Vivienne Westwood, Mandarina Duck, Coccinelle, Yohji Yamamoto (so it says on their website),



    Please feel free to add to this list with others or to make corrections.


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    Can you recommend any that will take new or small designers, that do not have need of the type of volume required by most of these established maufactures that have big name designers as you listed.

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    is premiata actually making stuff for carol? i was under the impression that he just designed a few boots for them - and they made them under the name premiata.

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    I thought that Premiata was making for CCP, but I'll be the first to admit that I might be mistaken. I haven't ever bought any CCP shoes, so I was goingby second-hand info.



    I'll check around and see if it might be the other way around, as you mentioned.


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    Pier SpA - Dries van Noten, Dior Homme, Chloe, Azzedine Alaia, Plein Sud.



    STAFF International - Sophia Kokosalaki (in addition to the labels John mentioned)

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    Bump. Good read for everyone. Not sure what the new additions are, except that Staff will make Viktor & Rolf, now that Diesel bought them.
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