WORTH Partners

Lauranne Guyomard

Lauranne Guyomard is a freelance illustrator and textile designer based in Paris. She specializes in creating intricate and poetic prints, all hand drawn, merging narration bases with geometrical abstractions.

Lilly M. Bozzo-Costa

Architect Lilly M. Bozzo-Costa, based in Leipzig, has been studying and working with a network of designers, graphic designers, land planners and sociologists to take into account the needs of an aging society, and to design city models for old people.

Overgaard + Dyrman

With a strong passion for traditional craftsmanship and refined details, Overgaard & Dyrman is a contemporary furniture maker located outside Copenhagen, Denmark.

A + Z Design

A+Z Design is a textile design studio specialising in the development of innovative textures through the use of technical materials.


After having finished her studies of economics, business administration and cultural management Andrea Kolb started her career in marketing communication. Andrea was always drawn to arts and culture and in 2007 she moved to Marrakech and opened a city palace she had previously restored with a team and artisans, the AnaYela, a "Place of Inspiration“.

Ana Rajcevic

Ana Rajcevic is an award-winning artist. Based between London and Berlin, she works at the intersections of sculpture and fashion design, specialising in synthetic polymers, metal and leather

Andrea Crews

It has been 10 years now that Andrea Crews was created. It all began when Maroussia graduated from les Beaux Arts in Bordeaux and started organizing workshops around clothes, mainly vintage pieces, her privileged medium.

Anne Sofie Madsen

After graduating with a Master’s degree from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Anne Sofie Madsen gained experience working with John Galliano and Peclers in Paris.


Artistic Director Olivia Cognet combines her luxury shoe expertise and her long experience as an accessories stylist for large fashion houses such as Lanvin, Carven, Sonia Rykiel, Mugler, JC de Castelbajac and Robert Clergerie.


The Arpin factory first saw the light of day in Seez-Saint-Bernard, in 1817. It is still the same spot where, to this very day, Arpin’s superb products are manufactured.


Based outside Porto, Portugal, Bolflex specialise in the creation of shoe parts. Using traditional techniques, teamed with modern day technologies in manufacturing, the company are working at the cutting edge of shoe sole production.

Bonnie Kirkwood

Multi award winning, Royal College of Art MA graduate, Bonnie runs her own successful global bespoke woven textile design and fabric consultancy business. Based in London, Bonnie works internationally for the highest contemporary interior and fashion design industries.


The design process at Boulezar finds its origin in their philosophy - each piece is essentially designed for true comfort and an unobtrusive, contemporary style that surpasses seasonal trends and temporary vogues.

Carolin Schulze and Raphael Biller Craft Cooperative

Working as a craft cooperative, designers Carolin Schulze and Raphael Biller are based in Leipzig, Germany. Both designers studied product design with specialisation in wood works in Schneeberg.


As a collective research centre, Centexbel aims to reinforce the market positioning of textile companies by promoting and supporting innovation. Therefore, Centexbel aims to be the most important centre of expertise on textiles in Belgium as well as being a leading centre across Europe, with five activities that reinforce each other.


Cervin has been established for over 50 years and its state-of-the-art technology is still rooted deep in the natural landscape of the Cevennes mountains.

C J Carstens

C J Carstens is a fur designer based in the Netherlands. After art school he started working for the Dutch fur atelier Furlab, focusing on innovations in fur. After Furlab, Coen started his own company to focus on designing his own fur collections.


Custoitex are expert manufacturers of shapewear. Based in Porto, Portugal, they are a leading producer of circular knit, stylish undergarments.

DA.MA. Pelleteria

Luxury bag manufacturer DA.MA. Palleteria are able to offer a complete service from design through to conception of product, including sourcing materials.

Dagmar Kestner

Dagmar Kestner is a Romanian-born fashion designer/artist, based in Berlin. She completed her Masters degree in 2013 from the London College of Fashion in Fashion Artefact and graduated with a BA (2009) from the University of Reutlingen (Germany).


Deltracon is a linen weaver from the heart of the world's linen industry: the Flanders. The company has been developing and producing high end linen fabrics since 1989.

Desa Deri

Burak Celet is the General Manager Board Member of the premium leather goods brand DESA and the luxury accessories brand NINETEENSEVENTYTWO. Founded as a family company in 1972 DESA a 43 year old heritage combining traditional values of craftsmanship with high quality and unique design.


Annick Depre has been the Manager at Elasta for nearly 10 years. At Elasta they undertake weaving, braiding and knitting of elastic and non-elastic narrow fabrics. They integrate special yarns and finishes into their standard products.

Elisabeth Vidal

A native of Montpellier, a graduate of the School of Industrial Design in Paris, Elisabeth Vidal joined the Masters Course of the Domus Academy in Milan in 1990, and then worked as a teaching assistant.

Emma J Shipley

Emma J Shipley is a graphic artist inspired by the irregular patterns and unique beauty of the natural world; exploring surreal fantasy, imagination and evolution.


Based in Paris, the Erpro group offers a fully integrated service from concept engineering and design through to prototyping, injection moulding and pre-production parts manufacture.

Essequadro Srl

A family began the career in the late '40s glasses. The latest generation has picked up the baton, with one goal: to design and produce directly glasses beautiful and that will appeal to customers.

Finneck Foundation

The Finneck Foundation is church-related and has its main office in Rastenberg, Germany. In the region of Thuringia its main area of work is with disabled children and youth care, as well as an educational facility and working in the listed fields as well as in the fields of habitation and sheltered workshops.


The roots of gluejeans lay in the design practice of fashion designers G+N (Gerrit Uittenbogaard + Natasja Martens). In 2005 G+N started the concept development and prototyping of its first pairs of gluejeans.


Glithero are British designer Tim Simpson and Dutch designer Sarah van Gameren, who met and studied at the Royal College of Art. From their studio in London they create time-based processes that give birth to unique and wonderful products, furniture and installations


Granorte is a Portuguese company, founded in 1972 to recycle the cork waste from the cork stoppers manufacturing. From the beginning they gained a reputation all over the world thanks to the excellent quality of their cork products.

Hermione de Paula

Raised in Devon, Hermione de Paula grew up amongst a family of artists, which is where her love for illustration and crafts grew.

Holly Fulton

Holly Fulton is a womenswear and accessories designer living and working in East London. Born in Scotland, Holly studied in Edinburgh before going on to the prestigious Masters at the Royal College of Art.

House of Sophie Hallette

An international living reference in the art of making French lace and tulle, the story of the House of Sophie Hallette was woven in collaboration with the top names in 20th century haute couture and continues today with young couture and contemporary designers.


Jacquemus was founded by Simon Porte Jacquemus in 2009, with his first show in 2012. Born in Salon de Provence between Marseille and Avignon, he is a self-made designer and is inspired by blue, white, I Marseille and the 80’s.

Jessie Lecomte

Jessie Lecomte’s designs frame a woman’s body with the artful subtlety of a Japanese Kimono: the feminine silhouette accentuated by the sophisticated geometry of her tailoring.

Joanne Stoker

Before creating her range of bespoke contemporary shoes and bags, Joanne learned her art at the renowned Cordwainers College in London, now London College of Fashion, where she graduated with a Masters in Footwear Design. She was spotted and mentored by Jimmy Choo before establishing her own eponymous brand.

Jungho Geortay

Belgian designer Jungho Geortay graduated from IFM and went on to start a very successful career as a designer in his home country. With a primary focus on his own label ‘Saint Paul’, Geortay also works as a freelance designer for famous French brands such as Armorlux and Paul and Joe.


Kokoon headphones help you sleep great anywhere. Remaining comfortable and cool for long periods wherever you are; rolling around in the bed, or resting on the window of an aircraft or train these headphones act as extra cushions for your ears.

La Paz

Back in 2011, Porto-based Jose Miguel de Abreu and André Bastos Texeira decided to combine their creative ideas in a new clothing brand, called La Paz.