Bread & Butter Berlin 2013 Summer – Liu Jo

August 15th, 2013 by retail design blog

LIU•JO is an Italian company, born and developed in the mid 1990s in the most important knitwear district of the country. The company evolved over time and devoted two total look lines, LIU•JO and LIU•JO JEANS, embellished with their original accessories and shoes, to a fashion-conscious woman consumer. Today LIU•JO is present in more than 33 countries across 3 continents (Europe, Africa and Asia). Its distribution network can count on over 250 mono-brand stores, including corners, and approximately 4.500 multi-brand stores.

The LIU•JO creative philosophy is devoted to the enhancement of the natural femininity and beauty of every woman and is expressed through a style that is refined, glamorous and always open to individual interpretations. The LIU•JO lifestyle offers all the world a universe of elegantly feminine style, which is quintessentially Italian. Each item embodies a purely feminine and seductive image that is the unmistakable symbol of a product addressing the future, albeit loyal to its authentic tradition.

LIU•JO JEANS is a denim inspired collection with an original and vibrant “street glam style”. It represents a complete and catchy casual wear and tailored denim lifestyle. LIU•JO ACCESSORIES and LIU•JO SHOES are exclusive and trendy proposals of fashion accessories and shoes, to be naturally combined with the clothing collections.

Photographer: Zsolt Istvan Posta
Images courtesy of Retail Design Blog
























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