ABOUT WINGATE COLLECTION
AGELESS, SIZELESS, FEARLESS. The eponymous label of acclaimed American designer Daniel Wingate interweaves luxury and versatility to provide innovative designs, and luxury quality for the woman of today. The two-season, size-inclusive, concept is produced exclusively in Europe, designed at WINGATE's Munich atelier, and created predominantly in northern Italy, under the direction of masterful craftspeople. Where possible, WINGATE makes use of recycled and existing fabrics, in an effort to support our global efforts towards sustainability.
Designing for the woman of today, Daniel Wingate believes that clothes should be timeless and as season-less as possible. Inspired by his niece in her twenties, a sister in her fifties, and a mother over seventy, he aims to create designs that are desired by all generations. Every garment is tested with the question:
'Will it make one feel and look Ageless?'
Sizing is important at WINGATE as the main goal is to be inclusive in fit, yet exclusive in quality and style. The collections size chart is simplified by a sizing system that assists in an easier fit and saves one time: 0 / EU34-36 – US4/6, 1 / EU38-40 – US 8/10, 2 / EU42-44 –US12/14, 3 / EU46-48 – US16/18, 4 / EU50-52 – US20/22 (Please refer to our size guide for additional information). Real clothes that fit real women.
WINGATE celebrates women with character, those who are dynamic, a delight to the party, and women not afraid of embracing every crease and curve they might have. She stands for comfort not conformity, is bold not boring, a beauty that is characterized by her fearless esprit.
About Daniel Wingate
Daniel Wingate is an American fashion designer, now based in Munich, Germany. Wingate is known for his work as Creative Director of the Escada and Escada Sport collections from 2012-2017 and for his current work as the Creative Director of WINGATE Collection. He worked in the design departments at Geoffrey Beene with Alber Elbaz and later, J.Crew with Jenna Lyons, before leaving for Europe in 2001 where he became Design Director at Strenesse. Shortly after, he joined Marc O‘Polo and Hugo Boss Woman. He joined Escada in 2004, where he was appointed creative director in 2013, a title he held until his departure.