With its finger firmly on the pulse of current trends, & Other Stories offers up affordable delights to bring your wardrobe up to date, while staying a cut above the rest of the high street. You’ll find everything from everyday essentials to special occasion pieces, and a great line in accessories.
Scottish and Irish-made knitwear brand & Daughter works with just five yarns and five makers, for the best quality and lowest environmental impact; 90% of their yarns are sustainably certified. Classic shapes meet contemporary silhouettes in a broad spectrum of rich colours, for timeless cashmere and wool cardigans, jumpers and accessories to last a lifetime.
With an ethos devoted to crafting classic luxury, 120% Lino creates timeless tailored womenswear in sustainable linen, from breezy dresses to wide-leg trousers, blazers and tops.
Based in Copenhagen, A.KJÆRBEDE brings a distinct, Scandinavian sensibility to its stylish yet affordable sunglasses. Classic shapes are given a contemporary edge with unexpected colours, modern materials and other design details, for a timeless aesthetic that’s both minimal and playful.
Loved for its subtly-branded, pared-back aesthetic, A.P.C. has been at the vanguard of Parisian chic for over thirty years, well before it hit the mainstream. These are seasonless staples that will stand the test of time, and always look effortlessly cool.
Since its establishment in London in 2012, A.W.A.K.E. MODE has gained a reputation for its innovative cuts, unexpected details, and subtle cross-cultural and historical references. With a balance of avant-garde aesthetics and surprising versatility, A.W.A.K.E. MODE seamlessly merges creativity and wearability.
From dresses to tailoring, Acler effortlessly combines minimalistic silhouettes with intricate details. Artful pleats and sculptural silhouettes give its collections a contemporary but unmistakably luxurious edge. With a focus on quality and considered design, each piece encapsulates the brand's ethos of timeless elegance.
Swedish design collective ACNE was founded in 1997 by Jonny Johansson. Initially specialising in jeans the brand now is a byword for modern classics infused with Scandinavian cool as seen in the likes of Stella and Elle.
One of the most iconic sportswear labels and always on top of their athletic game, Adidas has created cult classics, redefined street-style and embraced fashion with its numerous designer collaborations from Alexander Wang to Opening Ceremony.
Adidas and Stella McCartney’s longtime collaboration is a fashion favourite, with high-performance trainers, clothing and accessories that are wearable in and out of the gym. From Ultraboost sneakers to recycled track jackets, each piece is designed with function as well as form in mind.
Adidas crossed the threshold from sportswear brand to cultural icon long ago, its trainers and clothing loved by musicians, athletes and aesthetes alike. From Gazelles to Stan Smiths, t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts and track pants, Adidas Originals is where you’ll find the brand’s heritage styles reinvented for new generations.
aeyde is a Berlin-based footwear and accessories house, built on the principles of democratic pricing, sustainable sourcing, slow consumption, and minimal design. Drawing from the visual language of German modernism, the signature aeyde aesthetic is defined by classic shapes with modern details.
Swedish Fair Trade brand Afroart collaborates with local artisans to showcase the craftsmanship of developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Los Angeles-based AGOLDE defines itself as a fashion-forward denim label, experimental in both approach and design. Part of the same family as Citizens of Humanity and GOLDSIGN, the AGOLDE design collective focuses on sustainability and comfort, to create modern interpretations of classic styles.
Agua by Agua Bendita was co-founded by fashion designers and friends, Catalina & Mariana, ‘as an ode to Latin America's culture, biodiversity, and master artisanship.’ Ready-to-wear and swimwear pieces are handmade by female artisans in Colombia.
Drawing inspiration from the designer’s dual Indian-Nigerian heritage and London roots, Priya Ahluwalia’s multi-award winning brand makes an art form out of upcycling, exploring the potential of vintage and surplus clothing.
Albaray’s relaxed, sophisticated pieces are easy to wear, yet effortlessly elegant. Its ‘thoughtfully designed, responsibly made’ approach sees more-sustainable materials used to create timeless shapes and styles: modern heroes for the sustainably-minded, from easy dresses to flattering swimwear.
NYC-based Alex Mill creates simple everyday classics for women and men. Utilitarian silhouettes, high quality natural fabrics and a timeless colour palette meet in essential tailoring, jumpsuits, knitwear and dresses in cotton, linen, wool and cashmere, designed to outlast seasonal trends.
Alexandra Miro’s luxury swimwear label started with a single design for a one-piece swimsuit she wanted to own. Inspired by a childhood surrounded by art (her parents were collectors), her designs are created with strong women in mind, with bold, expressive prints on glamorous bikinis, dresses and resort wear.
Alexandre Birman was destined to create beautiful, handcrafted shoes. “I was raised in a shoe factory — and that’s not marketing, that’s the true story of my life,” he says. He designed his first shoe at the age of 12, beginning an illustrious career in a family business that has dominated the South American footwear market since the 1970’s.
Founded in 2014, Alighieri creates jewellery inspired by Dante Alighieri’s ‘Divine Comedy’. Its ‘Modern Heirlooms’ are all handcrafted in London. Core pieces are cast in recycled bronze before being plated in gold, or made in solid sterling silver, supplied by certified members of the Responsible Jewellery Council.
Born and bred in East London, this brand’s urban aesthetic is still its signature. Its leather jackets are legendary, but you’ll also find dresses with a boho vibe, and casual essentials from knitwear to footwear.
Alo Yoga makes leggings and other clothing, from jackets to bras, and accessories ranging from mats to bags, that work in and out of the studio. Created by and for devoted yogis, its high-performance pieces are made for maximum movement, with minimal designs and subtle colours you can wear all day.
With its on-demand model, Alohas proves that unsustainable overproduction in the fashion industry is avoidable. Its sought-after sandals, shoes and boots are designed in Barcelona and handcrafted in Alicante, all its animal leathers are Leather Working Group certified, and it’s investing in sustainable, plant-based vegan leather alternatives. We love.
Drawing on Creative Director, Lesleigh Jermanus’s Lebanese heritage, Alémais creates contemporary collections of optimistic prints, patchworks and embroideries, using Australian-based talent and supporting artisanal communities. The brand strives towards transparency and sustainability, prioritising natural, organic, renewable and regenerated fibres wherever possible.
American Vintage was created by Mickael Azoulay with a simple, yet bold idea – a label that revolves around the humble T-shirt. Today, the French brand is a standard for luxurious re-styled basics made from top quality textiles and designed to accentuate the wearer’s personality and style.
Statement dresses and jumpsuits are consciously made with a combination of BCI cotton, linen and recycled polyester, and characterised by playful prints, expressive colours and dynamic cuts.
Artist and textile designer Marissa Maximo works with small artisanal communities, especially disadvantaged women, to create her breezy, free-spirited dresses and separates in an environmentally-conscious way, using natural fibres like cotton (organic where possible) voile, muslin and silk, and non-toxic vegetable dyes.
Halston, curated by REISS, is a collection of Seventies-inspired gowns, fusing the iconic brand’s legendary glamour with a contemporary sensibility, for signature occasionwear that complements modern wardrobes.
Taking its inspiration from ancient Greek aesthetics and mythology, Ancient Greek Sandals combines artisanal craftsmanship with wit and irreverence: gleaming metallic leathers and elegant hardware bring a contemporary edge to the humble sandal. Each pair is handmade by highly-skilled local artisans, using only natural, chemical-free tan leather.
Built around the idea of versatile, everyday essentials that are both current, and wearable, AND/OR is a capsule for modern life that balances form and function, with a timelessness that ensures longevity in your wardrobe. Exclusive to John Lewis & Partners.
Andion is a one-of-a-kind mother-and-daughter atelier in the Galician countryside. Exquisite dresses, blouses, knitwear and other separates are made to order for the perfect fit, using unique fabrics in very limited quantities. Pieces are characterised by intricate prints and delicate details with an old-world charm.
Discover the world of Anna Quan, an Australian fashion brand grounded in simplicity and a relaxed elegance. Drawing inspiration from the laid-back Aussie lifestyle, the collections deliver timeless wardrobe staples with an artisanal twist.
Built on the principles of community, transparency, and organic scarcity, Another Tomorrow is working towards tackling some of fashion’s most pressing issues - such as pollution of production chains, animal cruelty and unfair working conditions. The refined ready-to-wear collection reflects a penchant for easy tailoring and timeless staples and is made from traceable organic linen and cotton, ethical wool and FSC-certified viscose.
From designing her very first bag to critically-acclaimed London Fashion Week shows, Anya Hindmarch has approached every project with the creativity and humour that has become synonymous with the brand. Highlights of the last 25 years include the famous I Am Not a Plastic Bag – for which 80,000 people queued across the UK – London Fashion Week shows and windows and pop-ups in some of the world’ s leading stores, including Selfridges in London, Colette in Paris and Isetan in Tokyo.
Co-founders and lifelong friends, Laura Cramer and Starr Hout, conceived Apiece Apart as a collection of elevated basics - though they’re beautiful and decorative, too. Expect modern yet feminine silhouettes with a focus on versatility and high-quality fabrics.
On a path to become B Corp certified by 2025, Apparis is on a mission to redefine ethical fashion with its bold, playful, elevated, conscious (its brand pillars) designs, most notably with its luxurious faux-fur coats.
Aquazzura mixes a refined European aesthetic with modern American sensibility and Latin flair. You’ll find its glamorous, ultra-feminine handwriting on everything from elegant flat leather sandals to metallic high heels, sculptural boots and signature 105 pumps in crystal embellished velvet.
arch4 is a sustainable luxury label, using only traceable, responsibly-sourced and manufactured cashmere, certified by the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS). A minimal design philosophy and subtly masculine aesthetic lends each piece an effortless, timeless quality.
Swedish style from the people who brought you & Other Stories and COS. ARKET is dedicated to relaxed, everyday pieces, with an emphasis on design. Featuring innovative recycled yarns alongside tactile fabrics like silk and satin, there’s a focus on longevity, with prints and cuts that will last long beyond a season.
ATP (All Tomorrow’s Parties) Atelier’s minimal accessories are handmade by local Italian artisans using vegetable-tanned leathers. From barely-there sandals, ballet flats, boots and bags to shearling slides and slippers, its pieces will elevate and fit seamlessly into modern wardrobes.
With a winning combination of authenticity and warmth, Aubin's garments range from sophisticated suits to casual staples. Collections are characterised by their blend of classic tailoring and contemporary design elements, underpinned by the brand's guiding principles of meticulous craftsmanship, sustainable resources and equitable labour.
The legendary Paris fashion house was founded in the sixties and by the 1980s, Tunisian sculptor and couturier, Azzedine Alaïa’s powerful, feminine silhouettes were revered worldwide. Today, his legacy prevails in dresses and ready to wear, shoes and bags, including the cult La Coeur heart bag.
Best known for its effortless dresses, BA&SH - named for founders Barbara & Sharon - ready to wear collections are imbued with an unmistakably Parisian spirit. Prints and textures combine with timelessly elegant silhouettes, in everyday pieces for women with a love for fashion and a sense of adventure.
Luxury fashion house Balenciaga is renowned for its avant-garde designs and innovative craftsmanship. The brand's unique aesthetic combines traditional haute couture with modern trends, creating bold, statement-making pieces that shape the future of women's ready-to-wear fashion.
Best known for its waxed jackets, heritage brand Barbour has been a mainstay of rural British style since 1894. Along with its trench coats, quilted jackets, knitwear and other casual essentials, collaborations with ALEXACHUNG and House of Hackney, and appearances at London Fashion Week, have secured its place in modern wardrobes.
Baserange creates modern, minimalist clothing with an emphasis on clean lines and easy silhouettes. Favouring natural and recycled materials, it is committed to finding ways to reduce its environmental impact, from energy and water use to dyes and packaging.
Pared-back minimalism meets everyday ease in Bassike’s effortless essentials, from jersey dresses to Japanese denim. Pieces are sustainably-made from locally-sourced, natural and organic materials, in timeless colours for long-lasting wear.
Best known for its stunning dresses, Batsheva specialises in modern takes on American styles of dress, referencing iconic moments in American fashion history, from pioneer to hippie, all with a distinctive femininity that sets them apart from the mainstream.
British brand Baukjen is the stuff dream capsule wardrobes are made of. Comfort, quality and longevity are watchwords, with thoughtfully designed collections produced in small, European factories. Expect classic pieces with a modern twist, designed to last season after season and complement every wardrobe.
Conceived in Australia and produced in Sydney, this contemporary designer brand’s signature midi, mini and maxi dresses meet sleek tops and trousers in modern silhouettes, and a palette of confident colours.
The German sandal brand with the infamously-comfortable cork footbed dates back to 1774. Today, Birkenstock is as popular as ever, inspiring many imitations, with clever collaborations with the likes of Rick Owens to its name.
Dressing the whole family, quintessentially British brand Boden is loved for its tried and tested formulas and unmistakably upbeat style. Find everything from dresses and everyday basics to evening outfits.
This Australian swim- and resortwear brand is recognised worldwide for its pared-back, sleek silhouettes. As a certified B-Corp, it has an ongoing commitment to uncompromising quality, ethics and sustainability, with each garment custom-made in Sydney.
Born Living Yoga believes that yoga is for every body, regardless of age, shape, or size. Its subtle, minimal apparel, including sports bras and leggings, is designed to empower women on and off the mat with a blend of style and comfort, and a focus on sustainable materials, low-impact manufacturing and circularity.
Luxury Italian fashion house, Bottega Veneta is renowned for its artisanal leather goods and signature Intrecciato weave. From ready to wear to accessories, its collections embody discreet luxury and timeless elegance, with their combination of exceptional craftsmanship and understated branding.
Brunello Cucinelli’s minimal basics and casual wear are elevated by luxury materials in sophisticated neutral tones and elegant details. From crisp cotton shirts, cashmere sweater dresses and leather blazers to puffer coats and suede and shearling bags, shoes and boots, pieces balance a relaxed aesthetic with a timeless quality.
The London-based luxury line reflects designer Julie Brogger’s Danish roots, in cutting edge collections that offer a fresh take on womenswear. Playful proportions and high-intensity colours give dresses and tailoring a contemporary feel, and explore the interplay between masculine and feminine, formality and fun.
Creators of the wardrobe staple that never goes out of style, Burberry has been a leading voice of fashion innovation since its Basingstoke beginnings in 1856. From the early invention of gabardine to its 1990s fashion re-birth, Burberry has always declared its character in a resolute voice, with an artful approach to heritage style.
BY FAR is known for its contemporary, playful yet timeless shoes, boots and bags. Artisanal techniques, ethical values and responsibly-sourced materials - previous collections have used dead stock and recycled leather - are integral, with pieces handcrafted in its family-run factory near Sofia.
Floral print maxi, midi and mini dresses in cotton, crepe de chine, georgette and satin; blouses with gathered necklines, leg of mutton sleeves and tiny buttons: byTiMo was created for a ‘new romantic’ and the 70s influence is there in all the boho details.
From its iconic Calvin Klein monogrammed underwear, cosy loungewear and timeless swimwear to classic denim, sleek slip dresses and understated tailoring, Calvin Klein helped define 90s fashion. Discover modern everyday minimalism for women and men, in clothing, accessories and footwear.
Tulum-born CARAVANA creates timeless, versatile pieces that blend a relaxed aesthetic with an essential femininity. Ponchos, dresses, jumpsuits and more are designed with a fluidity and fit that enhances movement, handmade in Mexico in a naturally vibrant colour palette.
Cariuma's classic, skate-inspired designs are made with certified responsibly-sourced materials and for every pair purchased, two trees are planted in the Brazilian rainforest to directly aid reforestation.
Curated by REISS, Carrerra makes luxury sunglasses that marry futuristic frame designs with the brand’s classic sporting heritage. Its sleek, refined silhouettes complement a modern, timeless aesthetic.
Carvela creates footwear and accessories for modern women, promising all-day comfort, without compromising on design. From luxe leather trainers to work-friendly court shoes, loafers and ballet pumps, statement heels to summer sandals, everyday ankle boots to dramatic knee-high boots, each shoe and bag has been designed, tried and tested by Carvela’s all-female team.
Casa Raki uses certified organic and recycled materials to create swimwear and airy separates, inspired by founder Josefina Alazraki’s childhood in Uruguay, and produced in a women-run factory in Portugal. Classic, minimal designs ensure a timelessness to each piece, in keeping with the brand’s commitment to sustainability.
A ‘design house of luxury essentials’, CDLP’s underwear is designed in Sweden and consciously crafted in Europe from renewable lyocell, while its swimwear is made from recycled nylon.
One of the most revered names in fashion, CELINE’s eyewear and sunglasses are no exception. From distinctive flat-brow acetate frames to glamorous oval, oversized square and cat eye sunglasses, or the retro curves of the Triomphe range, you'll find instant elevation in their clean lines, minimal branding and refined colours.
Charles Tyrwhitt crafts timeless menswear with an unwavering commitment to quality. From impeccably tailored shirts to versatile knitwear and refined accessories, with an exacting eye for detail and a dedication to superior craftsmanship, garments seamlessly blend tradition with a contemporary edge to transcend seasons.
CHIMI's handcrafted sunglasses and eyewear are designed in Stockholm to complement their minimal ready-to-wear collections. Chunky acetate frames in different tints give its timeless silhouettes a bold, modernistic quality.
Founded in 1952 by Gaby Aghion, Chloé upended the formal traditions of couture fashion with its bohemian aesthetic. Under icons including Karl Lagerfeld, and now Creative Director, Chemena Kamali, it continues to draw on this rich heritage to appeal to modern generations of Chloé girls, drawn to its free-spirited femininity.
With their signature red soles, Christian Louboutin’s shoes helped define a decade. Yet his footwear extends beyond the dizzying stiletto heels he’s best known for, to classically elegant black pumps, sleek leather loafers, ankle boots, luxe sneakers and nostalgic espadrille wedges, all exuding his trademark glamour.
Something of an institution, the nearly 200 year-old shoe shop has moved with the times but stayed true to its heritage. Fit and function are paramount, with comfort underpinning all its collections for men, women and children, from iconic desert boots to wedding shoes and school shoes.
For a shortcut to French style, head straight to Claudie Pierlot for the ultimate Parisian capsule. Collections are infused with the brand’s characteristic irreverent attitude, from t-shirts to serious tailoring – and the accessories are extra special, too.
From a family-run workshop started in 1941, this classic New York brand has developed into one of the leading luxury leather goods brands. Under Stuart Vevers, Coach has seen a spectacular reset: his youthful aesthetic is a breath of fresh air, with playful knits and bright accessories selling out fast alongside the bestselling Tabby bag.
Feminine and classic, Collection WEEKEND distils a quintessential Britishness into low-key, smart/casual pieces with a traditional aesthetic, at affordable prices.
As the name suggests, Colorful Standard is raising the bar for everyday basics, promising ethical production in Portugal, more-sustainable materials like 100% organic cotton and biodegradeable-acetate sunglasses, and recycled & FSC packaging. With a more-responsible rolling collection of core essentials rather than short-lived seasons, these are colourful basics with a clearer conscience.
It’s said that the Comme Des Garçons offshoot is inspired by what designer, Rei Kawakubo likes to wear herself. A pared-back capsule of everyday tailoring and knitwear is elevated by idiosyncratic silhouettes and detailing, for a collection that’s timeless yet contemporary.
A Central Saint Martins graduate, American-born Connor Ives takes a sustainable approach to design, crafting eclectic dresses and separates from deadstock and vintage fabrics. His collections explore American identity and culture, refracted through an autobiographical lens.
A brand whose aesthetic has been so influential that it’s hard to remember what went before. But when COS launched in 2007 against a backdrop of fast, trend-led fashion, its focus on minimal pieces at accessible prices was a breakthrough moment. With a focus on style over trend, it heralded a new era for interesting, modern, considered design and changed our wardrobes for the better, forever.
It started with rugby shirts on sale at Cowes Week on England’s south coast. Now, Crew Clothing is a go-to for modern British classics with a coastal twist, for women, men and children. Expect relaxed, casual essentials, from floral dresses and Breton tops to cute, colourful kidswear.
The Oslo-based label Crystal Haze is characterised by its use of semi-precious stones sought for their mood-boosting properties – think calming amethyst, soothing agate and enlivening citrine. The label’s signature charms can be suspended from a variety of necklace chains crafted by small-scale artisans in Greece and Turkey.
On a mission to create beautiful jewellery with meaning, Daisy London launched in 2009 with its eponymous collection inspired by wildflowers. Today, it’s known for special, everyday pieces that fuse classic and contemporary elements, for a modern timelessness. Each piece is handcrafted in London, Italy and Thailand, using 100% recycled silver and 18ct gold plate.
Deadwood creates leather jackets with a difference. Using deadstock, recycled leather, and vegan plant-based leather alternatives made from cactus and mycelium, their colourful designs and playful cuts show that sustainability can be a creative force for good.
Renowned for its iconic wrap dresses and signature prints, Diane von Furstenberg founded her eponymous label in 1972. Now, DVF has expanded to a full collection of ready-to-wear and accessories for women, with bold and exuberant prints and flattering silhouettes at their core.
Family-owned brand DL1961 uses a raft of more-sustainable practices to make its flattering jeans, denim shirts and jumpsuits. From ethically sourced and recycled cotton to cleaner processing, these are modern classics with a conscience.
Contemporary design meets quality craftsmanship in Dune’s trend-led footwear. From leather sandals, wedges and espadrilles to statement heels, brogues and loafers, everyday trainers and classic boots, these are shoes designed to keep pace with modern life.
A pioneering British luxury brand built on sustainability, E.L.V. - that’s East London Vintage - Denim upcycles preloved garments destined for landfill, crafting them into timeless ‘new’ designs to last a lifetime. From jeans to shirts, dresses and jackets, each piece is unique and fairly made in London.
Inspired by the artisan workshops she discovered while travelling around Asia, Lynette Ong’s mission was to create fine jewellery in a conscious world. Edge of Ember uses ethically-sourced gemstones, lab-grown diamonds, recycled silver and gold and is 100% carbon neutral.
Quietly and inherently considered, Eileen Fisher used sustainable materials and non-traditional models long before they captured the zeitgeist. The American brand specialises in simple, timeless shapes that are inclusive by design.
Mixing influences from Mesopotamia to Marrakech, Palermo and Damascus, Emporio Sirenuse - an offshoot of Amalfi Coast hotel, Le Sirenuse - offers a fresh, nuanced, romantic take on Positano’s legendary dolce vita, in a small, carefully curated collection of beachwear and resortwear.
Enza Costa’s luxury basics in the softest cotton, cashmere and silk, are designed for effortless everyday layering. From jersey t-shirts and tank tops to ribbed knit midi dresses, cardigans and track pants, each piece is made in LA with fabrics from Italy, Japan and California.
French label Eres has been making luxury lingerie and swimwear for over 50 years. Combining classic, flattering cuts with of-the-moment prints, fabrics and design details, the sculpting silhouettes and elegant beach and activewear are investments worth making.
Frustrated by the apparent discrepancy between style and comfort in footwear, architect Souraya Karami founded shoe brand Esska in 2006. Made in Portugal by skilled artisans, each pair is crafted with precision for a perfect fit, and long-lasting durability.
A lover of travel and culture, Gimmo Etro sought to translate exotic beauty into textiles, and Etro was born. Ready to wear collections include dresses, shirts, jackets and bags, all instantly recognisable by their vibrant prints and paisleys, and luxurious fabrics, from silk and linen to cashmere, leather and suede.
Made with regenerated and organic materials using solar and wind energy, swim and ready-to-wear brand EVARAE has sustainability woven into each piece. Subtle, elevated and refined, its aesthetic draws on modern and vintage references to create instant classics, made to be cherished.
The concept is refreshingly simple, yet surprisingly revolutionary: every piece made in a single size. Amsterdam-based extreme cashmere wants everybody to find the right shape for their body and style, rather than looking at size. The result is a wide collection of genderless, one-size cardigans, sweaters, dresses and other clothing, in colours ranging from subtle neutrals to vibrant tones.
Featuring subtle branding and timeless shapes, Eyewear by David Beckham is a curated range of sunglasses and optical frames inspired by David’s own style and global travels, designed and created in Italy in collaboration with Safilo.
Faithfull the Brand was established in 2012 on the Island of Bali, Indonesia by the two friends Australian Sarah-Jane Abrahams & Norwegian Helle Them-Enger. Their friendship allows them to fuse Scandinavian simplicity with the Australian laid-back spirit. Together they create the perfect balance with their diverse backgrounds in design & marketing, sales & retail.
Falke has grown from a knitting business to modern fashion brand that offers an unparalleled range of socks for him and tights and stockings for her.
From its roots in casual essentials for skiers and surfers to quintessentially British everyday-wear, FatFace still has the outdoors in its DNA. From dresses to denim and swimwear to fleeces, bold, botanical prints, upbeat colours and a laidback vibe keep its spirit of adventure alive.
Blending retro nostalgia with clean lines, Australian swimwear brand FELLA creates flattering, uplifting swimwear for all women, with a range of fits to suit all shapes and tastes. Find bikini tops, bottoms and one-pieces in vibrant colours and dynamic prints, to mix or match.
Playful yet painstakingly crafted, Fendi eyewear reflects the glamour of the iconic Italian fashion house once synonymous with Karl Lagerfeld. Each pair of glasses and sunglasses makes a bold fashion statement with geometric and oversized shapes in luxury materials, from metal-rimmed aviators to acetate cat-eye frames.
Promising playful personality and bold femininity, new REISS womenswear brand Florere's statement dresses, blouses, knitwear and jumpsuits elevate everyday dressing with vibrant colour, fresh prints and dynamic silhouettes.
From flowing maxi dresses to ethereal white tops, Free People's aesthetic embodies feminine style with a contemporary spirit. Cargo trousers meet cotton Broderie Anglaise bralettes, vintage florals and handcrafted detailing like crochet, lace, smocking and embroidery, in everyday pieces made for summer.
With a knack for feminine, everyday style with an edge, this quintessentially British brand is still going strong after over 50 years. Expect love-forever coats, dresses and, of course, denim.
Fulton's winning formula blends high-quality materials and long-lasting construction with a strong fashion focus, for umbrellas that marry style with substance. Balancing tradition with modernity, its impressive range spans timeless classics, including its iconic birdcage umbrellas, to colourful contemporary designs.
Ganni’s distinctive yet wearable collections are driven by how the creative director herself wants to dress, lending everything an easy, organic feel. With a perfect blend of femininity and cool - and reasonable prices - this is one to bookmark.
Ghost London has been producing collections with a romantic and feminine feel for three decades. A go-to for occasionwear (and extra special dresses), the iconic British brand transcends ages, tastes and shapes with effortless silhouettes, beautiful prints, and vintage-inspired detailing.
Transparency is the backbone of Girlfriend Collective, a one-stop-shop for ethically-made activewear with a pared-back, minimal aesthetic, inclusive sizing and an impressive commitment to responsibility at every level of production.
English heritage sportswear brand Gola is synonymous with British style. Made famous by its iconic Harrier trainers and logo messenger bag in the 1960s and 1970s, its trainers for women and men feature the same clean lines and retro styling, updated with new colour combinations and recycled materials.
Good American designs jeans, bodysuits, swimwear and other everyday basics for women with body positivity and inclusivity in mind. Sizes run from 4 to 28, and pieces are shown on different sized models. The B-Corp certified brand was created by Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede.
Heritage brand Halston’s glamorous, era-defining dresses and jumpsuits are synonymous with the ‘70s and the New York disco scene. Now, under Robert Rodriguez, it has a new generation of fans, who have discovered its party-perfect asymmetric, draped and ruched designs, in acid-bright colours.
Quick-drying, adjustable and fade-resistant, this collection of English-made men’s swim shorts are tailored for modern globetrotters. This philosophy is reflected in the garments themselves, with features specially sourced from Portugal, Italy, and Germany.
Drawing references from ancient Greece, Hermina Athens creates everyday jewellery that stands out for its organic forms, colourful stones and meaningful details. Crafted in gold vermeil in Athens by local silversmiths, chunky onyx rings meet hammered coin charm bracelets, freshwater pearl earrings and coral or lapis lazuli necklaces.
Hestra is the gold standard when it comes to gloves. Made in Sweden for over 80 years and designed to withstand Scandinavian winters, its gloves and mittens for women, men and children are designed to keep hands and fingers warm and comfortable whatever the weather.
Launched in 1981, the brainchild of Marilyn Anselm has grown into an essential British brand that offers affordable luxury for modern women. Tailored for a feminine look, you’ll find everyday polish alongside standout event pieces.
Spanish footwear brand HOFF makes trainers and boots that effortlessly marry fun and functionality. With kaleidoscopic colours, a pleasing aesthetic and focus on comfort, they’re hot on the heels of pricier counterparts.
Founded in 2012 by siblings Susanne & Andreas Holzweiler, Norwegian fashion house Holzweiler fuses seamless design with effortless functionality. Focused on creating timeless pieces, the brand draws inspiration from art, architecture, nature and contemporary culture.
An independent brand with an original vision, House of Sunny creates alternative, everyday pieces imbued with a timeless free spirit. It identifies as a slow fashion label, with just two seasonal drops a year and a low-waste ethos.
British heritage brand Hunter was known for its wellies long before Kate Moss wore a pair to Glastonbury in 2005. But her endorsement made them a staple of every festival dressing guide. With their adjustable fit, different lengths and range of colours, they're still the original and best, whether for muddy fields or city puddles.
A byword for weekend casual, homegrown company Hush have built a loyal following with their winning combination of comfort with polish. Strong points include wear-anywhere midi dresses, tops for every occasion and smart-enough-to-be-seen loungewear, along with a carefully curated accessories collection.
Founded in Copenhagen in 1969, InWear’s philosophy - creating a wardrobe of pieces that give women freedom, ease and a sense of confidence - hasn’t changed. With a focus on precise cuts and good quality fabrics, these are understated, contemporary pieces that make everyday dressing that bit easier.
Isa Boulder’s contemporary swimwear is ‘proudly made in Bali’, where the all-female design team and production house is based. Using recycled materials and traditional dying and printing methods, each piece is cut, sewn and altered in-house with a meticulous attention to detail.
Isabel Marant is the cool girl's go-to for Parisian insouciance. Effortlessly hip with a touch of bohemian chic, her signature trophy jackets, laid-back knits and striking accessories are the uniform of models, fashion editors and style-setters alike.
Launched in 1999, Isabel Marant's Étoile line is all about youthful collections that blend relaxed tailoring with bohemian detailing and a Parisian attitude.
A New Zealand brand making handcrafted sunglasses in limited quantities, Isle of Eden offers a winning combination of sustainability, fair pricing and individualistic style that can be hard to find in a largely-monopolised industry.
Essentially pared back and minimalist, self-taught French designer Simon Porte Jacquemus pairs tradition and modernity with playful irreverence. Classic references meet with unexpected proportions and distinctive details, in collections that are youthful, fresh, yet with a timeless elegance.
This swimwear brand combines a minimalist aesthetic with innovative silhouettes and unique design details. Created with multifunctional versatility in mind, pieces are consciously crafted in LA from responsibly-sourced organic, recycled and regenerated materials wherever possible.
Jennifer Gibson curates one-of-a-kind vintage costume jewellery from designers like Dior, Miu Miu and Givenchy, and any other unnamed designers that catch her expert eye. From necklaces to earrings, bracelets, rings and brooches, each piece is hand picked and exquisitely preserved.
A self-taught designer, Jenny Bird intuitively captures the zeitgeist with her minimal but distinctive jewellery designs. Her curvaceous hoop earrings, chunky chain bracelets and silver and gold-toned necklaces make for subtle-but-seen statements that perfectly offset modern wardrobes.
With a minimal yet playful approach, Jil Sander’s sophisticated collections combine luxurious fabrics with impeccable silhouettes. From cotton and cashmere midi and maxi dresses, silk and satin shirts to leather sandals and boots, expect timeless pieces with an understated luxury.
John Lewis ANYDAY was introduced to offer affordable building blocks to underpin everyday dressing. From essential basics to summer dresses, jumpsuits and swimwear, these are easy pieces that are in touch with trends, to incorporate into your off-duty rotation.
Early pioneers of simple, refined, practical style, JOSEPH continues to be a leading light in contemporary design. Signature pieces like trousers and knitwear are continuously refined to stay true to the Joseph aesthetic of simplicity, fit and quality, while seasonal additions ensure the brand keeps pace with modern wardrobes.
Romance meets minimalism in designer Elinor McInnes’ unique aesthetic, which combines ethereal beauty with a utilitarian sensibility. Feminine details, oversized silhouettes and naturalistic colours give pieces an enduring, timeless appeal, with care and attention paid to responsible sourcing and manufacturing.
Born and bred in England, Karen Millen is known globally for creating beautifully-crafted fashion for confident women who know their own style. From perfectly cut dresses to supple leather jackets, collections are curated to incorporate trend-led styles and investment pieces to love forever.
The legacy of Karl Lagerfeld’s namesake brand continues with Carine Roitfeld at the helm as Style Adviser and Hun Kim by her side as Creative Director. With collections for women, men and kids, you’ll find Parisian-inspired pieces imbued with the late fashion icon’s signature rock-chic style.
Kurt Geiger's London-cool little brother, KG Kurt Geiger was launched in 1997 with an urban vision and edgier designs in mind. Expect over-the-top embellishment, shocking colours and a fun mix of old and new, as seen in Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire and Elle UK.
Pronounced ‘Kate’, New York-based Khaite’s ready-to-wear collections are characterised by the kind of contradictions that epitomise the city it hails from. Everyday pieces are realised in exquisite materials; classic luxury elements reworked with a modern twist. Running through them all is a simplicity and a sensuality that makes them unquestionably covetable.
Minimal, understated and directional, KIN is defined by a pared-back sensibility that gives its pieces a modern, timeless appeal. Exclusive to John Lewis & Partners.
Founded in 2017, KITRI’s lively prints, strong silhouettes and playful use of colour made it an instant favourite. Known for its wearable yet expressive dresses, its small yet frequent clothing collections are designed in-house and produced in strictly limited quantities, minimising waste and adding to its cachet.
A pioneer in refined Scandinavian Mountaineering Equipment since 1975. Klättermusen’s bags, jackets, hats and other outdoor clothing combine utility and extreme durability, always with consideration of the environment in mind.
London-born-and-bred, with its recognisable rainbow signature, Kurt Geiger is known for its bold, colourful, creative designs and matching footwear and accessories. Find fashion-forward but accessibly-priced shoes, boots and bags, from fancy flats to statement heels, summer sandals and everyday trainers, for everything from work to weddings and summer holidays to special occasions.
Known for its signature boilersuits, L.F. Markey’s utility and workwear-inspired dresses, jumpsuits, jeans and other contemporary staples are ethically made, using non-toxic dyes and printing inks, and more-sustainable, organic and responsible linen, cotton and wool wherever possible.
Founded by Linda Bennett in London in 1990, the modern classic British brand is renowned for its immaculate tailoring, flattering dresses and impeccable shoes and bags. From essential ballet pumps and iconic kitten heels to race-day wedges and bridal wear, hats, fascinators and clutch bags to polished leather totes, its sleek designs continue to win loyal fans.
Laidback London hand-makes shoes, boots and sandals using high quality leather using techniques handed down through generations by talented workers in Kenya. Each pair is ethically made through safe and sustainable employment.
Lauren takes the classic, feminine aesthetic of Ralph Lauren and channels it through a relaxed, bohemian lens, for a collection of elegant, everyday pieces. Heritage jackets and knits meet romantic printed dresses, with timeless leather accessories and relaxed tailoring adding polished refinement.
Lauren Curve takes the classic, feminine aesthetic of Ralph Lauren and channels it through a relaxed, bohemian lens, for a collection of elegant, everyday pieces, in plus sizes. Heritage jackets and knits meet romantic printed dresses, with timeless leather accessories and relaxed tailoring adding polished refinement.
Brooklyn-based Lauren Manoogian’s collections are underpinned by her long-standing commitment to sustainability and craftsmanship. She favours natural dyes and materials, and works closely with Peruvian artisans to create subtle, elevated essentials focused on her twin areas of expertise, knitwear and accessories.
Lauren Petite takes the classic, feminine aesthetic of Ralph Lauren and channels it through a relaxed, bohemian lens, for a collection of elegant, everyday pieces, in petite sizes. Heritage jackets and knits meet romantic printed dresses, with timeless leather accessories and relaxed tailoring adding polished refinement.
Everyday wardrobe essentials meet elegant evening wear in Lauren Ralph Lauren. Preppy yet polished, collections fuse classic American influences with modern European elements, to create a sense of understated luxury. While bright colour and relaxed prints add a casual playfulness, the through-line is a timeless aesthetic.
With a long and illustrious history that stretches back over a century (and includes Coco Chanel, who used the innovative Kashmir goat hair fabric for her first suit collection), Le Kasha’s contemporary range also uses organic linen and silk, in elegant, minimal pieces with modern-day relevance.
Born and bred in Australia, Le Specs brings elegance and playfulness in equal measure, for sunglasses with a timeless, vintage aesthetic, that effortlessly complement modern wardrobes.
Australian designer Lee Matthews makes the kind of clothes women want to wear everyday. Quietly flattering, functional yet beautiful pieces in tactile fabrics, delicate colours and subtle prints, that move effortlessly between seasons and trends.
The Lemaire wardrobe is designed to be modular, with supple silhouettes and a soft colour palette allowing outfits to be restyled and accented over time. Collections are produced in Europe, Turkey and Morocco. Bags and leather goods are made in Spain and Italy, where a collaborative effort with artisans has brought novel approaches to age-old techniques.
Lemon Jelly takes a sustainable approach to footwear. Designed and made in Portugal, its blend of classic and contemporary shoes and boots feature recycled components and 100% vegan materials.
Leo Lin's bold, feminine dresses combine tailored silhouettes with extravagant details to create a unique expression of contemporary glamour. Full skirts and fitted bodices meet flamboyant prints, exaggerated shapes and revealing cuts, in stand-out investment pieces that marry luxury with modernity.
Feminine, fun and quirky, Les Rêveries was founded by two sisters, frustrated by their search for the right dress to wear to a string of weddings. Bold floral prints are the brands' signature; all are custom-designed, and everything is made in New York.
Les Vacances d'Irina’s considered collections are inspired by the relaxed spirit of Mediterranean holidays and designed to last a lifetime. Dresses, shirts and blouses in timeless neutral shades are hand worked by Romanian craftspeople from lightweight silk, crisp linen and gauzy cotton.
When Leslie Amon couldn’t find the swimwear she wanted, she set about creating it herself. Made in Portugal and Italy from a custom-made fabric, adventurous cuts and striking prints lend a versatility to each piece; designed to be seen, day or night.
The oldest (and probably best-known) denim brand in the world continues to stay relevant with affordable collections for women, children and men that combine heritage with innovation, and improving sustainability with fibres like hemp and recycled materials.
For more than 150 years Loewe specialised in leather and silk. While still renowned for its expertly crafted leather goods, including its now-iconic origami-inspired puzzle fold bags, the range has grown to include a wide range of innovative luxury accessories and ready-to-wear collections that have captured the zeitgeist.
Loulou Studio was created by influencer, Chloé Harrouche of Loulou De Saison. From luxurious cashmere sweaters to effortless knitted dresses, shearling coats, tailored separates and statement leather pieces, colourful yet sophisticated pieces are inspired by a Parisian joie de vivre.
Founder and designer, Amanda Thomas combines timeless elegance with modern elements to bring refined luxury to everyday jewellery. Her sleek and feminine designs in gold and silver plate stand out for their delicate details and sparkling stones, in shapes that lend a pared-back, contemporary feel.
Madeleine Thompson's dedication to craft is evident in her intricate knit patterns, delicate embellishments, and seamless finishes. While she embraces classic neutrals, her designs often incorporate bold and vibrant colours and eye-catching prints, adding playfulness and personality to her luxurious cashmere collections.
Inspired by her grandmother’s vintage nightgowns and robes, founder Olivia Koennecke set out to modernise the collection for present day wardrobes. Think sharp, classic tailoring meets romantic, vintage-inspired designs, in ready to wear and sleep pieces made with the highest quality silk and cotton.
Maison Margiela is known for its avant-garde designs and thoughtful craftsmanship. With a focus on deconstruction and reinvention, its collections offer a unique perspective on modern femininity. From oversized blazers to sculptural dresses, every Maison Margiela piece is a work of art that will elevate your wardrobe.
Marrying everyday luxury with a nonchalant elegance, Maje helped popularise the now-iconic 'French' look, and continues to be a touchstone for effortless Parisian style.
Based on the concept of a never-ending summer, Manebí creates sustainably-made resort wear with a focus on high quality, slow production and ethical craftsmanship. The story started with handmade espadrilles, before expanding to swimwear, resortwear and bags. Collections are mainly composed of upcycled fibers, natural materials, organic cotton, and recycled EVA.
No one does affordable fashion quite like Spain, and Mango is a case in point. Loved for its fresh, free-spirited collections with an unmistakably European elegance, Mango excels in trend-led pieces that, crucially, can be worn by all ages and sizes.
Mara Hoffman’s prints have been a summer staple since 2000. The label is now shifting gears and embracing more sustainable practices, including recycled, organic and animal-friendly materials, lower-impact production and artisan suppliers - an approach that matches their new aesthetic of softer colours and artful prints.
Underpinned by a sustainable philosophy that outerwear should be adaptable and long-lasting, Marfa Stance’s signature reversible quilted and shearling jackets are designed with minimum waste and longevity in mind. They’re made in the brand’s family-run factory in Italy, using leftover fabrics from previous seasons.
Bespoke or ready-to-wear, Maria takes great care to accentuate the unique beauty of the woman, man or lovers her pieces are worn by. Their appeal, she is well aware, lies in the eye of the beholder. All Maria Black jewellery is handcrafted in her studio in London, and attended to with the same eye for design, craftsmanship and finish.
Marine Serre’s critically-acclaimed collections have a cult following. A completely new, radically independent brand, with a hybrid mixture of classic French couture shapes, sportswear references and fabrics, the brand pioneers the production of new garments based on end-of-life materials.
One of Italy’s most treasured labels, Marni's eclectic combination of tradition and experimentation creates collections that celebrate individuality. Their avant-garde spirit dictates their aesthetic and today, with creative director Francesco Risso, last seen at Prada, the house is ready to write a new chapter.
Putting a minimalist, luxe aesthetic and impeccable fit at the forefront of her designs, Polish-born Maria Dobrzanska Reeves has created a boutique swimwear brand that epitomises poolside chic.
Mateo New York jewellery is the creation of self-taught, Jamaican-born designer, Matthew Harris. Using precious metals, diamonds and gemstones, he draws inspiration from modern art to create fine jewellery for modern women, from elevated everyday pearl earrings to gem-encrusted rings.
Minimal yet unmistakably feminine, Matteau brings its simple yet considered ethos to a streamlined selection of swimwear, dresses and relaxed tailoring. Combining modern silhouettes with classic references and romantic details, pieces are designed to outlast seasons and trends, and last a lifetime.
With desirably oversized fits, subtle colours and a unisex aesthetic, Meotine's brand of pared-back luxe can be easily traced to its Copenhagen roots. Expect clean lines and premium materials, including wool, vegan leather and shearling, in curated outerwear to refine and elevate contemporary wardrobes.
Outdoor specialists Merrell made their name with walking boots, running shoes and performance trainers that put functionality first. From sandals to hiking boots, their formula of high performance footwear at approachable prices has made them the global leader in outdoor active footwear.
Missoma came of age in the same era as Instagram, becoming a cult favourite with early influencers for its photogenic layering pieces. Now, the demi-fine jewellery brand is addressing its sustainability. A member of the Responsible Jewellery Council, it is increasing its use of responsibly-sourced and recycled materials, with a focus on independently-audited, artisan production, responsible packaging and a carbon offsetting programme.
Missoni Eyewear brings the vibrant colours and eclectic prints of the legendary Italian brand to a wider audience, with a collection of sunglasses that reflect Missoni's trademark spirit and aesthetic.
“Rather than being young, Miu Miu is immediate.” Miuccia’s vision for Prada’s hipper sister is instinctive and spontaneous. With an independent and creative spirit, Miu Miu is all about utilitarian, feminine and fresh offerings, often delivered with contradictions and surprises, with a through line of luxury.
The more-accessible diffusion line from Maison Margiela presents the brand’s singular aesthetic, through a younger and more playful lens. From oversized sweatshirts to statement accessories, MM6 presents a fresh, bold take on modern dressing.
Moncler is a brand that was born eight thousand metres up a mountain. Famous for its goose-down jacket, the brand has expanded its range to include pieces that work on the street, blurring the lines between ski and après-ski fashion with everyday puffers and gilets, sunglasses and moonboots, bags and beanie hats.
Monica Vinader’s luxurious but accessible pieces are beloved worldwide for their understated aesthetic. Born in San Sebastian, Spain, Monica is an artist, adventurer and designer. Her pieces are now made using only recycled gold and silver and sustainably sourced gemstones, diamonds and pearls.
Monokel Eyewear is a unisex sunglasses label based in Stockholm, Sweden. Its clean, simple, timeless frames for women and men are handcrafted from organic plant-based acetate, and its all-black frames are made from recycled acetate.
LA brand Monrow’s clean lines and fresh colour palette are unmistakably Californian, elevating its relaxed basics beyond loungewear. From slim leg joggers, luxurious cashmere blend track pants and perfectly cut T-shirts to jumpsuits and dresses, pieces are relaxed, yet pulled-together.
Tailoring expert, Moss Bros. has been making suits for men since 1851. Today, it’s still a go-to for its modern iterations of timeless classics, from sharp everyday workwear to wedding suits. Crisp shirts, silk ties and cotton chinos sit alongside tailored suits in linen, wool and tweed, along with relaxed everyday essentials.
Mother of Pearl is a luxury sustainable womenswear brand that celebrates individuality, authenticity and sustainability. Their design mantra is classic, but never boring. A core sustainable collection, No Frills, forms the everyday Mother of Pearl wardrobe.
MUNTHE was founded in Copenhagen in 1994 as an artistic and craft-focused antidote to the contemporary fashion industry. Now an established Danish fashion house, it is known for its consciously curated styles rooted in art, with pieces that combine an essential functionality with creative expression.
Three friends shared a vision of relaxed glamour, and Mint Velvet was born. With their winning formula of effortless shapes, flattering fits and contemporary relevance, they take seasonal trends and translate them into wearable everyday collections that inspire and empower, with a through line of affordable luxury.
MoEa - for Mother Earth - makes vegan sneakers using bio-based, animal-free and recycled materials. With their clean lines and pared-back colours, they're an easy match for almost any outfit.
Monsoon started in 1973 with a single shop in London; today, its dresses for women and girls, including bridal and wedding guest dresses, are a wedding-season mainstay. Monsoon's team of designers gather inspiration and ideas from around the world to create distinctive collections, rich with global influences, spanning occasion wear to holiday wardrobes.
A sustainability-focused brand, Nagnata merges organic and renewable fibres with technology and innovation, to create natural, high-performance yet beautiful alternatives to standard synthetic activewear.
Focusing on craftsmanship, detail and fabric, Nanushka builds an elegant, modern wardrobe informed by travel, innovation and heritage. Founder Sandra Sandor’s dedication to responsible production drives the brand’s commitment to sustainability, anchored around three pillars: circularity, community and earth, including 100% sustainably-sourced products by 2025.
A classic on the sportswear scene that started out selling arch supports to police officers and waiters in the early 1900s, New Balance has re-emerged as a fashion must-have in recent years and, with stylish collaborations from J.Crew to Stone Island, the iconic sneakers are going nowhere.
Nicholas’ bold colours, abstract prints and sleek silhouettes are inspired by the coastal city mood of its founder’s native Melbourne. You’ll find relaxed, statement dresses, feminine tailoring, knitwear and separates, made for adventurous spirits.
Founded by a track athlete and his coach back in 1964, the global footwear brand is now as ubiquitous on the street as the running track. As well as high-performance sportswear, Nike trainers - instantly recognisable by their swoosh - now have a spot in most women’s wardrobes, with each new style vying for cult status.
Nobody’s Child focuses on more-responsible materials to create its fun, free-spirited dresses, co-ords, swimwear and separates, including a collaboration with Fearne Cotton. On a mission to revolutionise affordable fashion, over 90% of its 2022 collection was made using responsible fabrics and its goal is to reach 100%.
With its flattering, feminine shapes and romantic details, o.p.t. creates year-round wardrobe heroes that capture the carefree spirit of summer. From effortless tops to pair with jeans to easy midi dresses and cute co-ords, subtle colours and pretty prints make for holiday essentials with a timeless charm.
Designed in Milan, OFF-WHITE’s collections for women and men celebrate and elevate streetwear with technical expertise. Founded by the late Virgil Abloh, a trained architect, artist, musician and former creative director at Louis Vuitton, Bella Hadid and Kendall Jenner were early fans, helping the label achieve cult status.
Officine Générale creates luxurious, work-friendly staples, overlaying classic silhouettes with a modern aesthetic. With a focus on ‘daily classics’, white shirts meet flattering wrap dresses, tailored trousers, cashmere sweaters and essential footwear.
An independent British lifestyle store with a colourful, eclectic take on fashion and interiors, Oliver Bonas is known for its modern, feminine dresses, knitwear, jewellery and homewares. Alongside its collection of carefully curated brands, its own lines are designed in-house, all reflecting its trademark upbeat aesthetic.
Onia’s elegant swimwear and upscale beach-to-bar cover-ups marry retro charm with modern minimalism. From flattering bikinis and swimsuits to off-the-shoulder dresses and wide-leg trousers, in a sophisticated colour palette, these are holiday essentials you’ll want to be seen in.
OpéraSPORT creates elevated basics with design details that reflect the classic-meets-contemporary style of Paris, combined with the sporty edge of Copenhagen. A responsible mindset ensures the use of only recycled or organic fabrics and production volumes in line with demand.
With an expert eye for tailoring, Oscar Jacobson offers a sophisticated collection of clothing and accessories for men. From impeccably crafted suits to stylish outerwear, this distinguished brand bridges classic design with contemporary style, epitomising refinement and impeccable craftsmanship for modern gentlemen.
Otiumberg’s modern, minimal jewellery is as ethically and responsibly-sourced as possible (the company has a thorough and transparent approach to sustainability), and its understated but exquisitely-made pieces are conceived to be worn every day.
Olivia Rubin's collections are defined by their vibrant and playful aesthetic, featuring bold colours and eye-catching prints, which add a sense of fun and whimsy to each piece. Her designs often incorporate feminine silhouettes and delicate details, creating a balance between modernity and timeless elegance.
Before she launched PAIGE - the first woman-led premium denim label - in 2004, Paige Adams-Geller was the denim industry’s go-to fit model. An instant hit, with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Alessandra Ambrosio among fans of its flattering silhouettes, from super skinny to hip flares, it now includes dresses and other relaxed everyday essentials.
Describing itself as a materials science company on a mission to save the environment, using smart technology and as many sustainable and recyclable elements as possible to create a thoughtful collection of wardrobe essentials, Pangaia offers a compelling blueprint for the future of fashion, and an excellent source of casual everyday elements from t-shirts to denim.
Pascale Monvoison’s fine jewellery combines precious metals and gemstones to unique effect, drawing on diverse cultural inspiration to create pieces that are both unmistakably luxurious, and with a clear bohemian spirit.
Patagonia started small, making tools for climbers. Now, it makes clothes for outdoor adventures from trail-running to skiing and uses its voice to campaign for the protection of nature. Patagonia itself has taken impressive steps to reduce its environmental impact and set a goal for complete carbon neutrality by 2025.
Jean Patou was one of fashion’s most revered couturiers, and Patou’s contemporary collections capture the elegance and luxury of its Paris birthplace, but with a relaxed aesthetic suited to modern day lifestyles. Think feminine dresses, impeccable tailoring and luxurious leather accessories.
From its Barcelona atelier, PDPAOLA creates contemporary jewellery with a timeless quality, from striking yet minimal earrings to best-selling letter and zodiac necklaces and bracelets. Combining expert craftsmanship and digital technology, each piece is designed and finished by hand, using sterling silver, 18 karat gold, brass, semi-precious stones and zirconias.
Named for the summer bloom and with designs that nod to the shapes and colours of the season, Peony’s connection with nature runs deep. It takes a holistic approach to sustainability that stretches beyond its use of 100% recycled materials, setting new standards for swimwear.
Phase Eight has grown from a small London boutique to a global name, thanks to its approachable day looks and fresh takes on classic pieces. Alongside its latest additions, from occasion wear to bridal and plus size, expect sophisticated dresses and work wear, rich textures and feminine finishes that transcend seasonal trends.
Polo distils the all-American glamour and upbeat style of Ralph Lauren into more relaxed, preppy pieces for downtime, weekends and holidays, for men and women. From iconic polo shirts to effortless tailoring, shirting, printed dresses, colourful knitwear, denim and chambray and organic cotton tracksuits and loungewear, it all comes with the signature Ralph Lauren look.
With its tri-colour palette and bold graphics, the sporty face of Ralph Lauren champions those pieces that cross over from sportswear to off-duty classics. From t-shirts and sweatshirts to trainers, watches and hats, each unisex piece bears the polo pony or flag insignia that are synonymous with Polo Sport.
Proudly made in Britain, Private White V.C. makes luxury rainwear, loungewear, knitwear and denim for men and women, in its family-owned Manchester factory.
Proenza Schouler was founded in New York by designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez. Their work is inspired by contemporary art and youth culture and is combined with an emphasis on tailoring and the use of custom developed fabrics.
Proenza Schouler's casual line was launched in 2019, reflecting the character of the main line, but rendered in a more accessible way. Think jersey dresses, leather trousers, relaxed tailoring and elevated knitwear.
Rachel Gilbert believes that fashion has the power to transform and uplift, and this philosophy is reflected in every piece. The brand's signature glamorous, feminine aesthetic balances the classic and the contemporary, in elegant silhouettes, intricate embellishment and luxurious fabrics, with a modern twist.
The London-based bags and accessories brand is known for its timeless leather handbags, from cross-body bags, totes and shoulder bags to purses. With its subtle but distinctive branding, classic shapes are given modern relevance with fresh colours and other playful details.
Raey fuses sharp silhouettes with luxury fabrics to create clean, minimal and effortless pieces for contemporary women as featured in Marie Claire, Elle and Stella.
Combining British heritage with a downtown New York aesthetic, rag & bone creates wearable pieces for men and women. Jeans and tailoring are the brand’s mainstay, with pared-back but elevated daily essentials, from cotton slub t-shirts to cashmere cardigans, Breton knits and suede jackets, added into the mix. Expect clean, relaxed silhouttes and high-quality materials.
Inspired by Scandinavian design heritage as well as weather, RAINS succeeded in making rainwear fashionable. With their minimal aesthetic, sophisticated colours and impeccable waterproofing, the Danish brand’s backpacks, jackets and bags make rainy days something to celebrate, not avoid.
From semi-sheer maxis to textured midis and minis, Raishma creates intricately embellished dresses that showcase the brand's commitment to craftsmanship and attention to detail. Opulent beading and jewel tones ensure luxurious occasionwear with a red-carpet look, that effortlessly combines tradition with modernity.
The Lauren brand is synonymous with classic American design. Casual sporty looks combined with loose-fitting, flowing evening gowns make for the perfect mix. Think of glitz and glamour fused with a sense of the Hamptons' summer breezes.
Big & Tall takes the classic casual aesthetic of Ralph Lauren and delivers it in more inclusive sizing. From polo shirts to chinos, swimwear, everyday basics and outerwear, each piece is designed with a longer and wider fit, in a wide-ranging collection of wardrobe essentials for taller, larger men.
From classic tailoring to everyday essentials, sophisticated evening dresses and collectible leather bags, Ralph Lauren Collection distils the ethos of Ralph Lauren into ready-to-wear collections that balance timeless quality and modern relevance.
With a focus on clean lines, subtle patterns and a restrained colour palette, Ralph Lauren Purple Label is known for its impeccable craftsmanship and attention to detail. Find perfectly tailored suits, elegant eveningwear and refined casualwear, in luxurious cashmere, silk and fine wool, all with a timeless and understated aesthetic.
Named for Ralph’s Colorado ranch and featuring jeans, prairie dresses and other denim essentials, RRL embodies the American west with authenticity and flair. An expression of his own style, it’s less about fashion and more about real, everyday wear, true to the brand’s ethos.
Renowned for its iconic Aviator, Wayfarer, and Clubmaster frames, Ray-Ban revolutionised the world of sunglasses, initially crafting them for the US Army Air Force. Today, the American-Italian brand continues to resonate with new generations, its winning blend of technical ingenuity and enduring style remaining as relevant as ever.
RE/DONE is not just a denim company, but the first luxury label that was born online. More than that, RE/DONE is a movement, to restore individuality to the luxury fashion space, keep heritage brands relevant, and create sustainable fashion.
Australian designer Rebecca Vallance creates show-stopping dresses with all the hallmarks of vintage glamour. From mini dresses with huge bows to velvet and sequinned midi dresses and bridal gowns with fishtail skirts and feather trims, these are investment pieces for life’s most memorable occasions.
At Valentino, red is more than a colour: it's a motif and part of the house’s DNA. Red is all about life and beauty, and this is the theme that the younger sister of the main label revolves around. Each collection provides a contemporary interpretation of Valentino’s luxury heritage, with a mix of playful dresses, denim and accessories.
Reebok aims to empower everyone to achieve their best – physically, mentally and socially. With community at the root of everything they do, collaborations with contemporary designers from Vetements to Victoria Beckham continue to reinforce the iconic brand's status, both in and out of the gym.
Long before it became fashionable, Reformation made sustainability cool, with limited collections of dresses, ethically-made in LA with ‘deadstock’ material. They’re still leading change, promising to be climate positive by 2025.
Regatta pioneers functional fashion for adventurous souls. From durable waterproof jackets to resilient activewear, collections seamlessly marry form with function, so you can brave the elements in style. Merging technical expertise with a timeless aesthetic, discover outdoor wardrobe essentials that transcend seasons.
Reiss celebrates classic style with a directional approach and a permanent focus on craftsmanship. Head here for sharp workwear with desk-to-dinner potential, and statement-making occasion wear.
In 2017, Korean-born Rejina Pyo's bold use of colour, reimagined vintage silhouettes and fluid drapery caused an instant sensation at London Fashion Week. Since then, her idiosyncratic yet wearable designs have made her a favourite in fashion circles and everyday wardrobes alike.
Remain excels in elevated, everyday essentials with a focus on high quality materials. Combining core classics with sportswear influences and playful elements, the resulting collections are relaxed, wearable, and quietly contemporary.
Founded by lifelong friends and broadly inspired by their travels, exuberant prints are the hallmark of Rhode. Designed in-house, they transcend seasons, giving them a long-lasting appeal that’s more about mood than passing trends. Made for balmy days, their clothes will have you dreaming of far-flung destinations.
Rick Owens, (born 1962) is an American fashion designer known for his edgy fashions favored by rock stars and people who like to cultivate an avant garde reputation. Since 2003, he has worked out of Paris where in addition to his own line, he serves as creative director for Revillon, the furrier.
Rivet Utility was conceived as a solution to the perpetual daily question, ‘what do I wear?’ From cosy loungewear to evenings out, Rivet Utility has a jumpsuit - ethically-made in LA - to fit.
Independent London brand RIXO is loved for its flattering, feminine, easy-to-wear dresses and unique, vintage-inspired prints, from leopard print to starry constellations. From midi, mini and maxi dresses to tops, blouses, knitwear and sleepwear, its pieces are never mass produced and all share a trademark eclectic, vintage charm.
Ralph Lauren’s activewear collection translates the brand’s outdoor heritage for modern life. Classic sporting and outerwear silhouettes are updated with contemporary cuts and design details, luxury materials and elevated colours, to create pieces you can wear all day: from fleece and down jackets to hoodies, shorts and tanks, in cashmere, merino wool, jersey and cotton.
RLX GOLF brings the refined aesthetic and sporting heritage of Ralph Lauren, to a range that puts performance and design on equal footing. From clothing to accessories, explore a collection of polished pieces that will take golfers of all levels from the fairway to the clubhouse in style.
Rotate blends the coolness of Copenhagen with feminine, vintage-inspired designs. Collections incorporate references from 80s evening wear to 90s streetwear, to create statement mini and midi dresses and everyday separates, characterised by bold prints and playful silhouettes.
Established in 1880, the quintessentially British brand is still synonymous with superior craftsmanship, including leather shoes, boots and bags made in Italy and England. With a nod to current trends, collections are still anchored to the brand’s classic heritage.
One of the most resounding names in fashion, Yves Saint Laurent was the first couture house to introduce the concept of luxury ready to wear. Today, the iconic label is fronted by Anthony Vaccarello, who aims to explore Saint Laurent’s early years through his creations.
Saloni Lodha was brought up in India but has lived in Hong Kong, Seoul and London. Her brand is a reflection of this diverse background, with collections imbued with a playful and effortless elegance, vivid prints and vibrant colours.
Samsøe Samsøe’s effortless printed dresses, minimal tailoring and utilitarian basics are modern essentials. With the perfect blend of contemporary design and classic timelessness, its pieces will lift your everyday wardrobe in a subtle, uniquely Scandinavian, way.
For Parisian chic with a contemporary edge, Sandro hits the spot. A finely-honed vintage aesthetic meets up-to-the-minute modernity in feminine dresses, relaxed tailoring, elevated knitwear and luxury everyday essentials.
Less well known that some other brands with a similar legacy, Saucony has been making running shoes for over a century, starting from a local factory in the Boston suburbs. Fashion meets function in colourful, multi-textured trainers for modern lifestyles.
Savannah Morrow’s collections are infused with her upbringing in coastal Australia and passion for nature. Using materials that are as sustainable as possible, she stays true to her ambition to create a label that’s respectful to both people and planet, with an aesthetic that’s relaxed, carefree and timeless.
With a contemporary, understated aesthetic, Scandinavian Edition's puffer jackets, coats and quilted sleeveless vests for men and women are made with certified responsibly-sourced down, offering a perfect blend of functionality, style and sustainability.
Chloé’s younger sister delivers the same modern romantic aesthetic as the main label, with a fresh twist. Expect feminine details, timeless basics and contemporary prints, finished with irreverent touches. The result is a playful Parisian-chic wardrobe in soft colours, accented with textural details.
An international fashion brand born and raised in Denmark, SELECTED FEMME strives for balance, simplicity and personal expression, guided by timeless elegance through a casual lens. Collections blend classic and high-fashion trends, featuring feminine silhouettes with sharp details.
Self Portrait is all about creating feminine clothes, embellished with lace, leather and details that reveal their street style influences. Their collection of cool modern classics spans tailoring to accessories, but it's the dresses that steal the show.
Sensi Studio promotes traditional craftsmanship with artisan-made panama hats and straw totes, summery printed dresses and relaxed trousers. Its laidback sensibility makes it a favourite for holiday wardrobes with a timeless, bohemian aesthetic.
Designed in Denmark and handmade in Portugal, Shoe The Bear is a Scandinavian footwear brand with design values to match. From high heels to flats, trainers and boots, the Nordic concept of modernity inspires their signature aesthetic, which fuses classic and comfortable shapes with modern details.
London-based Hannah Weiland’s plush, colourful faux-fur coats made Shrimps an instant success. With playful prints and vintage references, you’ll find distinctive, feminine pieces that will inject a sense of fun into everyday dressing.
Significant Other's effortless, glamorous dresses are cut to drape and flatter. Worn over swimwear or for formal events, vibrant colours and exuberant prints reflect a relaxed optimism, synonymous with the brand's South Australian home.
Known for his intricate lace work, architectural silhouettes, and luxurious materials, Jonathan Simkhai's designs are effortlessly chic and sophisticated. From dresses and bustier tops to tailoring, each piece is designed to flatter and accentuate the female form, with a focus on quality and craftsmanship.
A contemporary European label based in London, Sister Jane combines current trends with its own whimsical eccentricity. Capsule collections are available for a limited time, giving every piece an exclusive element, while decorative collars and floral prints give dresses, blouses and jackets a cottage core aesthetic.
New York-based Skin offers a refreshing alternative to traditional lingerie. Contemporary, minimal underwear, sleepwear and at-home-wear that’s simple, comfortable yet beautiful, with a focus on natural fabrics.
Sleeper makes the stuff dreams are made of - quite literally: its ethos is ethically-crafted, multipurpose garments that can be worn as comfortably out on the streets as at home. Pieces are handmade in its Kyiv atelier, with a focus on biodegradable natural materials, low-waste production, responsible packaging, and the welfare of its workers and local community.
Supremely comfortable, unfailingly eye-catching and made from an organic cotton blend, SOCKSSS might change the way you think about socks. Their purpose is ‘continuously exploring concepts & art to create beautiful & high quality ’foot-garments’ (a new word) which last’ and their passion shows.
Parisian women’s clothing and accessories brand, Soeur creates timeless yet relevant wardrobe staples. Pared-back silhouettes with flattering fits, sophisticated prints and playful colour combinations are quietly luxurious, with considered shapes and subtle but distinctive details that elevate them above the ordinary.
Made using quick drying fabrics woven in France, Spain and Italy, Solid & Striped swim and resort-wear are modern beach essentials with an effortless vibe, designed with a vibrant spirit and a care for the body.
Sophie Buhai’s everyday jewellery stands out in a sea of mass-produced sameness. Collections express modernist sensibilities through a contemporary lens, in hoop and drop earrings, necklaces, bracelets and rings made with gold, pearls and unexpected semi-precious stones like onyx, jade and jasper, sculpted into wearable works of art.
Founded in 1962 in Canada, SOREL brings its functionality and heritage of expert craftsmanship to the modern world of fashion, where it is inspiring a new generation of doers, builders, and creators. And though SOREL makes more than just boots, there’s a boot in everything SOREL makes. SOREL combines felt, wool, premium leather, and flawless construction with people who aren’t afraid to get their boots dirty.
STAUD was founded in downtown Los Angeles in 2015 by Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto. STAUD is a ready to wear line offering chic essentials and stand-alone pieces designed and created in downtown LA.
Stella is a girl’s girl, visible in designs that embrace femininity from a variety of different and subtle angles. The always-cool and famously-vegetarian brand uses biodegradable fabrics and no fur or leather, setting design and animal welfare on an equal footing, with unshakeable standards for both.
Inspired by the legacy of vintage denim and Creative Director, Sonia Mosseri’s mantra, ‘Let the process dictate the design’, each pair of Still Here jeans is characterised by handwork of some kind, from its signature hand-painted stripes, to embroidery or appliqué.
Danish designer Stine Goya has carved a niche with her colourful rejection of the familiar tropes of tasteful Scandinavian minimalism, underpinned by flattering cuts and high-quality fabrics. The brand has implemented strategies for environmental and social responsibility, in line with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, with an ambition to use 90% recycled or more sustainable materials across its whole collection by 2025.
The Classic Superga 2750 Heritage shoe has been an icon since the Superga factory in Turin started producing shoes with vulcanized rubber soles in 1911. Since then, it has inspired flatforms and mid tops, been transformed for all weathers, and reimagined through collaborations to create fresh new desigs.
With a reputation for accessible luxury, Swarovski is the world leader for crystal jewellery and watches for women. From embellished drop earrings to studs, hoops, bracelets and necklaces with all the dazzle of precious gemstones, Swarovski is a go-to for special pieces with everyday relevance, as well as Mother’s Day, birthday, anniversary or Christmas gifts.
Sweaty Betty redefined activewear, shaking up a dull and uninspiring scene by combining bold, dynamic designs with technical performance to create pieces women wanted to wear and be seen in, and helping to kick-start an athleisure trend that’s still going strong today.
Julien Martinez’ leather sandals, shoes and boots are designed in Paris and handcrafted in Spain by skilled artisans. The curved heels, platform soles and braided leather of his most-loved Alicante gold mules and Chueca ankle boots reflect the marriage of strong Iberian character and Parisian finesse, that defines his highly sought-after collections.
Ted Baker is known globally for its contemporary clothing and accessories for women, men and kids. From printed dresses to pink coats, flattering, distinctive dresses for work, holidays, special occasions and weddings, including bridal wear, to flat shoes, high heels, bags and other elevated everyday essentials, all carry Ted Baker’s trademark attention to detail.
Copenhagen-based Tekla makes textiles for sleep, bath and living - including unisex sleepwear and Terry bathrobes - using certified organic and chemical-free cotton. Theirs is an understated aesthetic, with quality at its core, compatible with a buy less, but better approach.
The Teva Original came from humble beginnings - an old Velcro watch strap attached to a flip flop - but has grown into an icon that speaks to the masses.
With a flagship store in London’s Covent Garden, The Alkemistry creates modern, memorable jewellery for women and children. From 'love letter' initial bracelets to earrings, necklaces and rings, in yellow gold, white gold and rose gold, pearls and precious gemstones, it champions female designers. Alongside pieces by Dana Rebecca and Meher, its own-label collection is hand-made by female apprentices with 18ct recycled gold and ethically sourced diamonds.
With one simple but brilliant design idea, The Flat Lay Co. has instantly improved daily makeup routines. From bold prints and playful shapes to subtle classics, each drawstring bag, box and case folds out completely flat so you can find what you're looking for without the rummage - perfect for travel or beauty on-the-go.
As soon as they opened their doors in New York’s Lower East Side in 2014, The Frankie Shop became synonymous with smart, oversized suiting. Best known for their coveted jackets and blazers, their signature aesthetic plays out across a considered collection of modern wardrobe essentials, from dresses and knitwear to accessories.
From elegant tailoring and louche boho dresses to luxe sportswear, Parisian brand The Kooples serves it all up with an unmistakable edge that gives everything a refreshingly unique look. Very French - and very cool.
With a taste for quiet luxury, siblings Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen founded The Row in 2007, with a nod to the tailoring heritage of London’s Savile Row. Today, the label focuses on minimalist pieces, fluid cuts and lavish textiles; high-end pieces for all-day opulence with a laid-back twist.
Activewear brand The Upside combines retro references with modern materials, for leisure wear that works pre, during and post-workout. From sports bras and running shorts to leggings, track pants, hoodies and sweatshirts, bold prints and bright colours keep things interesting.
Theory places a premium on cut and fabric quality, while the signature ‘stretch fit’ is at the heart of their collection of stylish wardrobe essentials for sophisticated urbanites. Find tailored blazers, cashmere blend jackets and trench coats and minimal dresses with considered details, in a pared-back colour palette.
Having founded Tibi in Hong Kong in 1997, designer Amy Smilovic returned to her New York roots in 2000 and set up her studio in a SoHo loft. The label’s eye-catching prints and unexpected colour combinations epitomise Manhattan cool.
Since 1985, Tommy Hilfiger has brought classic American style to the world, with its instantly recognisable preppy designs and iconic red, white and blue stripes. From dresses and denim to joggers, jackets, underwear and accessories, you’ll find elevated basics through to polished tailoring, including contemporary collaborations like Zendaya x Tommy Hilfiger.
Stockholm-based Totême is a style universe with a singular aesthetic. Inspired by women’s lives and needs, the ambition is to define a dress code and wardrobe that backs their purpose. The look is precise and considered, defined by distinct silhouettes, perfected cuts and elevated fabrics.
Tretorn® creates performance and leisure products including Rubber boots - Footwear - Outerwear - Riding boots and Tennis balls. Rich in heritage, Tretorn was founded in 1891 in Helsingborg, Sweden.
Founded in 1978 on the shores of Southern California by Australian Brian Smith, UGG soon became a symbol for laid-back surf culture. Today, the label has grown into a worldwide phenomenon, and their iconic sheepskin boots and slippers have become the cosy off-duty footwear of choice for women, men and kids.
Unseen footwear is an artisanal collection of understated footwear for men and women, designed in London and handmade in Italy for enduring quality and style.
Garavani is better known by his mononym, Valentino. From the signature Rockstud leather shoes to richly embellished dresses, knitwear, tailoring and separates, Valentino Garavani pieces are characterised by a bold and playful use of colour and pattern, with a through line of glamour and luxury.
In 1966, the Van Doren Rubber Company opened up for business in California. Within a few years, the whole skate culture adopted Vans shoe as their favourite brand and today Vans still represents a look that epitomizes the Southern California.
A cult destination for trainers, VEJA is a sustainability success story. Sourcing natural rubber directly from farmers in the Amazon rainforest, VEJA prides itself on transparency, fair trade practices and ecologically-minded agriculture, ‘infusing each stage of production with a positive impact’. Proof that style and a social conscience can co-exist.
Since becoming an essential part of Spanish fashion in the seventies and eighties, Victoria has become the go-to plimsoll brand, using only natural dyes in vivid colours and a 100% natural rubber sole.
Vilebrequin naturally found its place in the world of luxury where it has become the ultimate reference in men’s swimwear.
Vivere translates into the kind of understated but polished pieces that become the indispensable heroes of your wardrobe. A tightly curated collection of sophisticated capsule essentials - classic black tailoring, timeless knitwear, elegant outerwear and feel-good partywear - contains all the elements for effortless, everyday dressing.
Paula Hermanny founded luxury swim and resortwear brand ViX over 20 years ago. With exuberant prints, vibrant colours and statement cutouts inspired by the beach culture of her native Brazil, each piece is handcrafted to fit and flatter.
Dutch accessories label Wandler works with esteemed factories to handcraft sleek, structured luxury bags from first-grade Italian calf leather. The designs are the perfect balance of feminine style and androgynous minimalism and can be worn in multiple ways, making them a versatile addition to any wardrobe.
With its combination of elevated loungewear and classic foundation pieces, WARDROBE.NYC creates understated, luxury capsule wardrobes for modern, urban women and men. From leggings, denim jackets and tank tops to oversized blazers, silk tops and minimal dresses, expect clean lines, luxurious materials and timeless colours.
Wax London is a homegrown brand that creates menswear, most notably shirts, blending British heritage, Mediterranean sensibility and Indian craftsmanship, through a London-centric lens. Slow fashion advocates, they partner with sustainable mills and suppliers and try to minimise their footprint as much as possible.
Weekday started life as a small concept store on the fringes of Stockholm (that was only open on weekends). The young Scandi brand has stayed true to its roots, remaining the place to find the latest streetwear-inspired trends.
Weekend Max Mara is a more casual version of its higher-end counter part. Catering to women who love to travel without sacrificing style. Housed in Italy it has been featured in Vogue UK, Harper's Bazaar and Look Magazine.
Whistles excels at taking a considered approach to the season’s key looks, delivering refined, everyday style, without slavishly following here-today-gone-tomorrow trends. With small but perfectly-formed collections, Whistles is a mainstay for women wanting high quality, carefully considered design, for every day of the week.
From a ski brand selling t-shirts, White Stuff has blossomed into a British stalwart. Vibrant prints are a signature, with easy dresses, cosy knitwear and colourful basics, plus understated evening wear and outerwear, contributing to its coherent collections of relaxed everyday staples.
WODEN’s trainers, sandals, boots and rubber boots for women, men and kids are made with Scandinavian design values and high-quality natural materials. With a focus on comfort and functionality, their range of warm, waterproof styles are built to withstand the most challenging weather.
With a heritage dating back to 1830, Woolrich creates elevated everyday essentials that balance tradition with modernity. With a sophisticated take on military, outdoor and utilitarian style, it combines refined craftsmanship with contemporary sensibilities in high-spec, aesthetically-polished jackets and overshirts.
Parisian brand, Zadig & Voltaire puts a luxury spin on the urban, rock ’n’ roll aesthetic, with tactile, delicate fabrics like cashmere, velvet and silk sitting alongside hard-wearing leather and denim.
Founded by sisters Nicky and Simone, Zimmermann's sophisticated femininity, bold colour combinations and original prints have made them dream holiday wishlist material. Ruffled dresses, tiered skirts and glamourous beachwear are the cornerstones of this Australian brand's resort-ready collections.