Founded by Lauren Rodriguez and Michael Freels, this new fashion label puts an edgy twist on classic staples (think t-shirts, jeans, coats and more), and is all about modern-day vintage with a streetwear slant. Focusing on gender-fluid designs, the brand’s collections are grounded staples reworked into refreshing, elevated pieces. Expect to see utilitarian-inspired pieces, corduroy and old-school jeans heavily inspired by 70s groupies.
Overlaying drapery, exaggerated silhouettes and intriguing details – this contemporary fashion label founded in 2013 is, in short, a rebellious one. Whether its a double XL bow detailing or interesting cutouts, the brand aims to add colour to the lack of diversity in the scene. For its recent Spring/Summer 2018 collection, the New York-based label stayed true to its aesthetics with its bold, one-of-a-kind pieces. And if you’re down to add a few standout items in your wardrobe, then you seriously have to check out this brand.
Known for its colourful, pop-art inspired designs, this Georgian brand is one that’s hard to miss. Founded by twin sisters Tamar and Natasha Surguladze, the brand aims to deliver romantic pieces that are edgy and cool, for the adventurous fashion girl.
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