When it comes to new fashion brands, we like to be first to know everything! What about you? Because of that, today’s post is dedicated to show you some new and exciting labels that are being talked about – and worn – by the fashionistas around the world.
As always, we would love your comment or if you prefer, an e-mail, to let us know about more labels that we didn’t talk about. Maybe on the next post we can mention them. It’s a good idea, don’t you think?
Without any more delays, here’s the new fashion brands that you need to know right now…
Chick, minimal staples crafted from organic and recycled fabrics – that what we can expect from this Amsterdam-based label. Helen de Kluiver – CAOS founder- believes in using only the finest, most durable materials to create her pieces. They main objective, after creating meticulous detail pieces is to reduce the carbon footprint.
Manchester native Maximilian Davis launched his new Spring ’21 collection that pays homage to his grandmother and draws inspiration from Trinidad’s Carnival from the 19th century. What can we expect? effortlessness and elegance in cutout dresses, slinky skirts and gorgeous gowns.
Juliette Harkness and Emma Nelson – Deiji Studios’ founders- believe that we are at our most confident when dressed comfortably, and we couldn’t agree more! Inspired by Japanese culture and using breathable fabrics, this label designed pieces that work just as well out of the house as they do for bedtime.
Inspired by modern and renaissance art, this brand create bags that are handcrafted using traditional leatherwork techniques in an atelier outside of Florence, Italy.
Designed to make you feel empowered and unapologetically yourself, Andrea Adamo’s clothing is made from stretchy, seamless fabrics that feel like a second skin,
Elinor Joslin – Joslin’s Australian designer – describes her philosophy as ‘romantic styling for the minimalist woman‘. Using natural fabrics in its conscious and considered collections, this label includes ethereal silhouettes inspired by the founder’s artist parents and the Victorian era.