Since the establishment of her namesake brand in 2009, she has gained an international reputation for her unique understanding of fabrics, exquisite tailoring, and balancing sophistication with timeless aesthetics.

She was the first Chinese designer to join the calendar of Milan Fashion Week before listing on the official Paris Fashion Week calendar in 2017. Her unique style has attracted the attention of the top buyers in the world.

Uma Wang entered the 2015 Forbes China Designers list and was chosen by the BoF 500 for six consecutive years (“The People Shaping the Global Fashion Industry”). Vogue Italia proclaimed her the “Up and Coming Talent that deserved more worldwide attention”.

In 2012, the Council of Fashion Designers of America picked her for its inaugural China Exchange program. In 2022 Uma Wang was elected as a permanent member of La Chambre Syndicale de la Mode Feminine. The international fashion industry regards Uma as one of the leading Chinese designers.

UMA WANG has 4 flagship stores in China and is sold in ~100 stores worldwide including Lane Crawford, IF Soho, Dover Street Market, Selfridges, L’Eclaireur and Antonioli.
Reduction: a quest for matters that matter.
The stature that comes from avoiding fuss, from shredding the unnecessary.
The essence that’s reached doing away with what does not stand the test of time, be it centuries, or years.

Time that scribbles, dries, washes, consumes and ultimately molds surfaces and lines.
What remains in the outline, and what fills it.

Verticality. Roundness.
Silhouettes, and how they react to light.
Volumes that fold, bend, stand.
Opacity and shine.

Shaggy, washed, felted wool.
Velvet that absorbs color to quietly glisten.
A plastified coating.

The quest for the essence caught in the process, halfway through, the toile still visible.
Opulence that’s hidden, like frescoes inside a grotto.

By Angelo Flaccavento
Classic plaid and tartans in buffalo, clan, black Stewart and mohair, collide with bright cobalt, painterly prints and ikat polka dots, all rounded by russet reds, deep pines and a blend of deep charcoals & greys. As in Kahn’s painting, Teddy’s play on saturation is surprising and endearing; allowing him to refine his approach to modern American fashion: rooted in classicism but resolutely fresh, energic and confident.

Key pieces include a relaxed suit in traditional Black Stewart with matching shirt and wool bomber. Icons are animated in rich tones of cobalt including a Melton peacoat and coordinating single breasted suit and elevated with supple leathers and suedes pieces including chore coats, fringe jackets and blazers.

The Maine inspiration re-enforces the brand’s already strong knitwear game with Nordic yoke sweaters in winter whites, oversized black and white fair isles and Teddy’s take on traditional Maine fisherman cabled sweaters in rich cashmeres with signature tones of cobalt and charcoal.

When styled and shot the collection nods to punk and the “buffalo movement” from the 90’s, circling back to Teddy’s immutable formula: American classics that capture modern American life; equally influenced by East and West Coast with strong synergies to European discernment.
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