4 New Designers For Spring Summer 2015


Colombian-born designer Esteban Cortazar made history in 2002—at age 18—as the youngest designer ever to present at New York Fashion Week.

He has since worked as creative director at French Maison Emanuel Ungaro before re-launching his label in 2012 with a highly successful Spring Summer capsule collection for Net-a-Porter.

His Spring Summer 2015 collection represents the first since the deal expired and was immediately picked up by 4.


Paris based Études is a collective studio established in 2012 working across the fields of contemporary fashion, publishing and design.

The menswear collections draw on the collective sensitivities of its creators and are refined, minimalist and progressive.


Vetements, clothing in French, is a recently launched Parisian womenswear label.

The collections are designed by a collective of seven designers, each of which have spent time at Maison Martin Margiela and who are, more or less, anonymous.

The collective focus on wearability and minimalism, “What we try to do is satisfy a certain aesthetic, which is independent of trends and tendencies.


We’re very pleased to be welcoming Craig Green back to 4 for Spring Summer 2015.

The Central Saint Martins graduate has been described as ‘one of London’s most visionary menswear designers’ by Dazed and Confused Magazine and his menswear line is always dynamic and original with a distinct D.I.Y masculinity.

Green’s Spring Summer 2015 show at London Fashion Week was universally hailed for its unnerving beauty, easy minimalism and complex purity.

*Craig Green’s Spring Summer 2015 collection is now available at 4.

All designers are exclusive to 4 and due very soon.


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