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Best Bet: Brands in the Electric sekki Paris Showroom (A/W '16) Part 2

Conceived and founded in New York in 2014, Cocurata is a multi-disciplinary fashion label and art platform designed to showcase and exhibit artists – and their artwork – beyond the parameters and restrictions of a traditional gallery model. Simultaneously an exhibition space, atelier and fashion house, Cocurata has been specifically designed to reimagine the gallery for the 21st Century.

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Cocurata AW16

Elise Gug has always been inspired by classic icons such as Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn. When she graduated from The Danish Design school in 1982, she felt compelled to design her own classic collections. This way she knew that women everywhere would always be able to buy classic, high quality, tailor made clothing.



100% MADE IN ITALY. The Elise Gug collections are made in Italy with the finest Italian fabrics and produced with an eye for quality and tradition, but also with the Italian love for informal elegance in mind.

Georgia Alice is a womenswear label dedicated to creating simple, luxurious ready-to-wear.
The label began two years ago with original GA girl, founder and designer Georgia Currie. Buoyed by a long-standing desire to pare back and strip down, her designs carry as much grit as they do elegance, ready to be accepted into the edit of core pieces that hangs in every modern girl’s wardrobe.

The GA girl is progressive in her beliefs and nomadic in her knowledge. She shirks dress codes, upends expectations and holds a keen sense of joy in everything she does. This is a girl who champions big hearts, honest confidence and positive vibrations. She perceives friction as beauty and appreciates the free spirit as she does the earnest friend. Despite her preferences for simplicity, she is never boring.


Stay tuned to see which of your favourite brands will be exhibiting in the Electric sekki Paris Showroom. We will also be covering live on our instagram, make sure you follow!

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