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Möller & Schaar Fashion GmbH
Kaiserhofstrasse 10
60313 Frankfurt am Main


+49 69 9203947-0


+49 69 9203947-1


Limited liability company

Registered office:

Frankfurt am Main

Commercial register:

Amtsgericht Frankfurt am Main

Register number:

HRB 111978




Adam Schatzschneider
Ewerniki Varvaroussis

The Row


The Row, luxury apparel and accessories brand by Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen, was launched in 2007 with a simple mission to make the perfect t-shirt. Getting its name from the historic Saville Row, The Row’s aim is to offer an updated take on bespoke tailoring and modern basics. The Row’s style philosophy is to reject trends and place a sharp focus on clean lines, ultra-refined fits and the perfect silhouette.



Courrèges is famous for it´s so called hard chic. Courrèges aimed to revolutionize women’s fashion and to dress ladies in a young look adapting futuristic style elements from space travel. World famous is Courrèges for intruducing the miniskirt into haute couture and so helping this item to become a generally accepted piece of fashion.



Barba is a fashion lifestyle inspired by the art of antique Neapolitan tailoring, the equivalent to excellence, refinement and elegance all rolled in to one. The art of tailor made shirts has always been the prime passion of the Barba family but throughout the years, other garments have been introduced making the company a Total Look producer in clothing for both sexes.



Neri follows intuition and not fashion trends. All patterns are produced in limited editions and orders are delivered in elegant packaging keeping in mind a clientele who values individualism, quality, and understatement. Each product has its completely own aura. Thus the origin of the natural yarns such as cashmere, camelhair, baby alpaca, silk, merino wool, and linen, and skill of the weaver play the most important roles. Products that are made with passion and love for the material have their own personality, radiate warmth and complement those who wear them.

Iris von Arnim


For more than 30 years Iris von Arnim passionately produces cashmere in timeless designs. Tradition, craftsmanship and an uncompromising comprehension for quality are the fundament oft he business. Each season Iris von Arnim has the courage to develop new techniques, structures and shapes in iridescent colours.



Malo’s collection blends cashmere with the most luxurious fabrics for a sophisticated and exclusive touch of fashion, conveying new emotion, beauty and modernity and drawing on the atmosphere and aesthetics of the Twenties for that era’s tailored details and couture style.



Simonnot-Godard was foundet in 1787 and is among the oldest and most exclusive producers of handkerchiefs. For each collection, the house's wonderful archives are researched in-depth and serve as a source of inspiration out of which designs and motives that are part of our history are created.

PT01 Pantaloni Torino


The company made a small revolution in the way, formal trousers are seen. When conceiving the garment, the style plays a central role compared to the fabric. The items branded PT01 Pantaloni Torino are characterized by distinctive details. PT01 Pantaloni Torino mixes in a contemporary way, tailor-made quality and innovation, adding, just as the company loves to say "a touch of self-irony".

Jacob Cohen


Founded in 1985 by Tato Bardelle and transformed by his late son Nicola into a fashion-led brand in 2003, Jacob Cohen creates high-quality jeans. Under the directorship of Alessandro Brunello, the label fuses Japanese Kurabo denim with sharp tailoring techniques, perfected and handmade in northern Italy.

J Brand


Combining an attention to detail honed at Vera Wang and Calvin Klein with an intuitive eye for cool, creative director Donald Oliver introduces clean lines and crisp palettes to the J Brand aesthetic. Designed to complement the Denim line, these luxe basics stay true to the label's wearable-yet-hip ethos.



Shying from the much-digested notion of heritage jeans, Mother is a play on opposites. A study in irony, it feels soft and nurturing, while presenting itself as stark and sexy. The term winks at the double engenders of what is, arguably, the second most powerful word in the English language. The idea was to create a brand that captured the excitement of our own new-fangled denims. We are able to add a new element to the way people wear jeans in fit fabric finish and now feel.



Founded in 1968, Etro is the seasoned traveler's one-stop shop for jetset style. The family-run label blends classic tailoring with striking contemporary design to infuse each piece with a signature bohemian aesthetic. Expect an eclectic array of color-clash prints and hammered metal accessories.

Raffaele Caruso


The preference for high-quality Italian-made menswear is the core focus of Raffaele Caruso. The brand founded in Soragna , a province in Parma in 1958 has become one of the most popular producer for handmade measure and ready-made garments



Kiton is a luxury, bespoke clothing company co-founded in 1956 as CIPA in Naples, Italy by Ciro Paone, a fifth-generation fabric merchant, and Antonio Carola.[1] Launched in 1968, the brand gets its name from the Greek word chiton (costume), a sewn garment worn by the Greeks that the Romans later called a tunic.

Stile Latino


At Stile Lationo the old school neapolitanian art of couturier is present: light jackets, no shoulder pads, beamless Materials, rarely structure, easy and casual but very elegant at the same time. There barely is another label that represents the neapolitanian look better as the unique Stile Latino.



Santoni shoes: quality, craftsmanship, pursuit of perfection and creativity. These are the elements that, even in the presence of unending stylistic change, have transformed this craft into an art form. Shapes, structures, processes, techniques that arise not only from the experience and an innate aptitude at elegance, but a true culture of the shoe that began with the male shoe cobbler connoisseur, has been extended to women, children and accessories.

Alexander McQueen


Alexander McQueen's tragic death in 2010 left behind a legacy of ground-breaking collections and dramatic, avant-garde shows. With McQueen's right-hand woman Sarah Burton now at the helm, the fantastical aesthetic of the label has been re-envisaged with a softer, more organic touch.



Buonamassa is a fashion lifestyle inspired by the art of antique Neapolitan tailoring, the equivalent to excellence, refinement and elegance all rolled in to one. The art of tailor made shirts has always been the prime passion of this brand.

Tom Ford


Tom Ford joined Gucci in Milano in 1990. By the end of his tenure as Creative Director in 2003, Gucci was one oft he most successful luxury groups in the world. In April 2005, Tom Ford announced the creation of his namesake brand with the aim to create the first luxury brand oft he 21th century.



Valentino's history stretches back to the era of 'La Dolce Vita', when a young Valentino Garavani opened his first atelier in Rome. Now under the direction of designers Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, the label's vision is still feminine and elegant but with a tough-luxe new attitude.

Red Valentino


RED stands for Romantic Eccentric Dress, as well as the company's classic trademark colour is a sister line of fashion empire Valentino. The philosophy is a fusing between the main line's signature sophistication and contemporary young aesthetic.



Missoni, the legendary knitwear brand synonymous with their signature prints, was established in 1953 by Italians Ottavio and Rosita Missoni. The brand remains family run today and continues to thrive offering a bold and distinctive style, popularly in the form of cleverly coloured, patterned dresses and accessories.

Stuart Weitzman


For 25 years, Stuart Weitzman has been committed to creating this experience, making shoes that caress, adorn and adore a woman´s foot – shoes that ignite her imagination, making her feel glamorous.

Dolce & Gabbana


Synonymous with luxury and decadence, Italian powerhouse Dolce & Gabbana was founded by Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce in 1985. The brand's Mediterranean heritage is evident in each collection's energy, and the duo's high-octane runway shows consistently dictate the season's must-have trends.

Loro Piana


Since 1924 Loro Piana has been one of the world’s leading manufacturers of fine fabrics, but for the past 20 years has also made luxurious clothes and accessories. Characterised by ultra-fine cashmere and merino wool, this season’s men's collection is imbued with timeless Italian elegance.



Since 1980 Stallion has committed itself to bringing the finest in cowboy boots, belts and leather goods to the most discerning clientele all over the world, including many high-profile celebrities. Stallion is one of the last companies to still handcraft all their boots and belts. They pride themselves on combining the finest quality craftsmanship with the highest quality materials, sourced from around the world.

Ines Marechal


The luxury label Ines & Marechal specializes in furs, leather and lambskin and enjoys international success. Their luxurious and noticeably different designs are very current: They are cut in a fluid, relaxed style that has become the signature of the brand. Their clothes transition effortlessly for different occasions and are easy to accessorize and personalize.