As. Seen. On. Beyonce. What?! And Yara Shahidi and Keyshia Cole. Sammy B is killin' it. Peep their Insta for behind-the-fashion-show-scenes. A fun brand with seriously styled tops, bottoms and swimwear.
Bella Freud's been here. Since 1990 she won London Fashion Awards "Most Innovative Designer", produces fashion films to launch collections and collaborates with the likes of John Malkovich, Fred Perry and Space NK.
After a decade in the industry, Alexa Chung launched her own label in 2017 in London. From tees reminiscent of the 70's to 90's-inspired footwear, there's something for every activity in this collection.
For lovers of unicorns and rainbows, this brand is everything you never knew you needed. Tyler Wallach is “The 1988 lovechild of Keith Haring and Lisa Frank" inspired by 90s cartoons, 80s music, 70s graffiti & 60s psychedelia,” it’s true. And check this – sizes run from XS – 5XL.
Olha and Helen Norba wanted a wardrobe that could take them from a workout class to a lunch date. But in the Ukraine, leisurewear wasn’t a thing. They made it one.
With minimalist styles, solid colors and sustainable fabrics (econyl), Norba brings ease to on-the-go women worldwide.
Majoritee is only giving you a flavor of what Canadian-based designer Mark Antoine Lynch Boisvert has in store. They're the dress-up clothes you wear on the daily, because yes they match your side eye.
Melody Ehsani is a Persian designer from LA that uses clothes, jewelry and accessories to claim and communicate a woman’s power and value. M.E. recently collaborated with Reebok and has shops in LA and NYC.
Mike Eckhaus and Zoe Latta, the duo behind Eckhaus Latta met at RISD while learning sculpture and textiles. They launched their first collection in 2012 and are now in stores across the US, Europe & Asia.