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6 Indie Labels Cool Style Stars Like Doja Cat, Bella Hadid, Dua Lipa And More Are Into Right Now

Stylish threads that have met the It-Girls’ seal of approval.

Lately, it’s come to our notice that many celebrities are adding independent labels into their wardrobes. Many of them are expressing their style in younger designers’ threads, whether it is for an off-duty look, an album cover or an award show. After much digging on the ‘Gram, we put the spotlight on six of the hottest indie labels the celebs are loving at the moment.

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This article first appeared in Harper’s Bazaar Singapore.

 

GCDS
Coming a long way from designing sweatshirts back in 2015, GCDS has stolen the hearts of fashion lovers including celebs with its graphic and loud designs. Gaining a huge cult celebrity following as of this year, we saw some of our favourite musicians rocking the ‘Made In Italy’ streetwear brand including Doja Cat and the girls from Blackpink. It’s fair to say that GCDS – appropriately named as an acronym for ‘God Cannot Destroy Streetwear’ – is here to stay. GCDS
Coming a long way from designing sweatshirts back in 2015, GCDS has stolen the hearts of fashion lovers including celebs with its graphic and loud designs. Gaining a huge cult celebrity following as of this year, we saw some of our favourite musicians rocking the ‘Made In Italy’ streetwear brand including Doja Cat and the girls from Blackpink. It’s fair to say that GCDS – appropriately named as an acronym for ‘God Cannot Destroy Streetwear’ – is here to stay. GCDS
Coming a long way from designing sweatshirts back in 2015, GCDS has stolen the hearts of fashion lovers including celebs with its graphic and loud designs. Gaining a huge cult celebrity following as of this year, we saw some of our favourite musicians rocking the ‘Made In Italy’ streetwear brand including Doja Cat and the girls from Blackpink. It’s fair to say that GCDS – appropriately named as an acronym for ‘God Cannot Destroy Streetwear’ – is here to stay. GCDS
Coming a long way from designing sweatshirts back in 2015, GCDS has stolen the hearts of fashion lovers including celebs with its graphic and loud designs. Gaining a huge cult celebrity following as of this year, we saw some of our favourite musicians rocking the ‘Made In Italy’ streetwear brand including Doja Cat and the girls from Blackpink. It’s fair to say that GCDS – appropriately named as an acronym for ‘God Cannot Destroy Streetwear’ – is here to stay. GCDS
Coming a long way from designing sweatshirts back in 2015, GCDS has stolen the hearts of fashion lovers including celebs with its graphic and loud designs. Gaining a huge cult celebrity following as of this year, we saw some of our favourite musicians rocking the ‘Made In Italy’ streetwear brand including Doja Cat and the girls from Blackpink. It’s fair to say that GCDS – appropriately named as an acronym for ‘God Cannot Destroy Streetwear’ – is here to stay. Nensi Dojaka
While this year’s MTV Video Music Awards may be over, this iconic Nensi Dojaka ensemble Bella Hadid wore continues to live in our heads. Hailing from Albania, this luxury ready-to-wear namesake label is flourishing with the timeless garments that speak to multi-faceted women. Judging from the work of this recent Central Saint Martins graduate, it’s clear that the designer enjoys exploring the female strength and vulnerability; poetically juxtaposing bold details like misplaced lines and seams with sheer mesh fabrics. Nensi Dojaka
While this year’s MTV Video Music Awards may be over, this iconic Nensi Dojaka ensemble Bella Hadid wore continues to live in our heads. Hailing from Albania, this luxury ready-to-wear namesake label is flourishing with the timeless garments that speak to multi-faceted women. Judging from the work of this recent Central Saint Martins graduate, it’s clear that the designer enjoys exploring the female strength and vulnerability; poetically juxtaposing bold details like misplaced lines and seams with sheer mesh fabrics. Nensi Dojaka
While this year’s MTV Video Music Awards may be over, this iconic Nensi Dojaka ensemble Bella Hadid wore continues to live in our heads. Hailing from Albania, this luxury ready-to-wear namesake label is flourishing with the timeless garments that speak to multi-faceted women. Judging from the work of this recent Central Saint Martins graduate, it’s clear that the designer enjoys exploring the female strength and vulnerability; poetically juxtaposing bold details like misplaced lines and seams with sheer mesh fabrics. Nensi Dojaka
While this year’s MTV Video Music Awards may be over, this iconic Nensi Dojaka ensemble Bella Hadid wore continues to live in our heads. Hailing from Albania, this luxury ready-to-wear namesake label is flourishing with the timeless garments that speak to multi-faceted women. Judging from the work of this recent Central Saint Martins graduate, it’s clear that the designer enjoys exploring the female strength and vulnerability; poetically juxtaposing bold details like misplaced lines and seams with sheer mesh fabrics. Nensi Dojaka
While this year’s MTV Video Music Awards may be over, this iconic Nensi Dojaka ensemble Bella Hadid wore continues to live in our heads. Hailing from Albania, this luxury ready-to-wear namesake label is flourishing with the timeless garments that speak to multi-faceted women. Judging from the work of this recent Central Saint Martins graduate, it’s clear that the designer enjoys exploring the female strength and vulnerability; poetically juxtaposing bold details like misplaced lines and seams with sheer mesh fabrics. Ottolinger
Deconstruction, lighters, and packing tape take centre-stage when it comes to Ottolinger’s clothing. The result? Beautiful and stylish avant-garde clothing. To date, this Berlin-based fashion brand by Swiss-born designer-duo Christa Bosch and Cosima Gadient, has won over the hearts of several rising stars including Dua Lipa and Euphoria actress Barbie Ferreira, who was recently spotted on the ‘Gram in one of their exquisite gowns. Ottolinger
Deconstruction, lighters, and packing tape take centre-stage when it comes to Ottolinger’s clothing. The result? Beautiful and stylish avant-garde clothing. To date, this Berlin-based fashion brand by Swiss-born designer-duo Christa Bosch and Cosima Gadient, has won over the hearts of several rising stars including Dua Lipa and Euphoria actress Barbie Ferreira, who was recently spotted on the ‘Gram in one of their exquisite gowns. Ottolinger
Deconstruction, lighters, and packing tape take centre-stage when it comes to Ottolinger’s clothing. The result? Beautiful and stylish avant-garde clothing. To date, this Berlin-based fashion brand by Swiss-born designer-duo Christa Bosch and Cosima Gadient, has won over the hearts of several rising stars including Dua Lipa and Euphoria actress Barbie Ferreira, who was recently spotted on the ‘Gram in one of their exquisite gowns. Ottolinger
Deconstruction, lighters, and packing tape take centre-stage when it comes to Ottolinger’s clothing. The result? Beautiful and stylish avant-garde clothing. To date, this Berlin-based fashion brand by Swiss-born designer-duo Christa Bosch and Cosima Gadient, has won over the hearts of several rising stars including Dua Lipa and Euphoria actress Barbie Ferreira, who was recently spotted on the ‘Gram in one of their exquisite gowns. Ottolinger
Deconstruction, lighters, and packing tape take centre-stage when it comes to Ottolinger’s clothing. The result? Beautiful and stylish avant-garde clothing. To date, this Berlin-based fashion brand by Swiss-born designer-duo Christa Bosch and Cosima Gadient, has won over the hearts of several rising stars including Dua Lipa and Euphoria actress Barbie Ferreira, who was recently spotted on the ‘Gram in one of their exquisite gowns. RUI
Bodysuits have come into fashion once again and this time and Chinese designer Rui Zhou has taken it up a notch with her eponymous label. Unlike the bodysuit’s typically sultry form, the RUI bodysuits have gone viral for its artful take that amplifies the wearer’s body shape and thoughtfully examines the intersections between space and skin. It’s even attracted celebs like R&B duo Chloe x Halle who fronted the brand’s campaign on the ‘Gram. Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama wore one on her latest album cover. RUI
Bodysuits have come into fashion once again and this time and Chinese designer Rui Zhou has taken it up a notch with her eponymous label. Unlike the bodysuit’s typically sultry form, the RUI bodysuits have gone viral for its artful take that amplifies the wearer’s body shape and thoughtfully examines the intersections between space and skin. It’s even attracted celebs like R&B duo Chloe x Halle who fronted the brand’s campaign on the ‘Gram. Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama wore one on her latest album cover. RUI
Bodysuits have come into fashion once again and this time and Chinese designer Rui Zhou has taken it up a notch with her eponymous label. Unlike the bodysuit’s typically sultry form, the RUI bodysuits have gone viral for its artful take that amplifies the wearer’s body shape and thoughtfully examines the intersections between space and skin. It’s even attracted celebs like R&B duo Chloe x Halle who fronted the brand’s campaign on the ‘Gram. Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama wore one on her latest album cover. RUI
Bodysuits have come into fashion once again and this time and Chinese designer Rui Zhou has taken it up a notch with her eponymous label. Unlike the bodysuit’s typically sultry form, the RUI bodysuits have gone viral for its artful take that amplifies the wearer’s body shape and thoughtfully examines the intersections between space and skin. It’s even attracted celebs like R&B duo Chloe x Halle who fronted the brand’s campaign on the ‘Gram. Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama wore one on her latest album cover. RUI
Bodysuits have come into fashion once again and this time and Chinese designer Rui Zhou has taken it up a notch with her eponymous label. Unlike the bodysuit’s typically sultry form, the RUI bodysuits have gone viral for its artful take that amplifies the wearer’s body shape and thoughtfully examines the intersections between space and skin. It’s even attracted celebs like R&B duo Chloe x Halle who fronted the brand’s campaign on the ‘Gram. Meanwhile, singer-songwriter Rina Sawayama wore one on her latest album cover. Dilara Findikoglu
Dilara Findikoglu‘s eponymous label wants to empower women to take control of their style choices. Making a case for statement-making apparel from Victorian-esque corsetry to oversized sunhats, the London-based designer of Turkish descent likes to challenge the conventional. Her unique offerings even caught the attention of Italian actress and star of Netflix‘s Baby, Alice Pagani — she gamely decked herself in a full ensemble by the brand, as seen on her Instagram. Dilara Findikoglu
Dilara Findikoglu‘s eponymous label wants to empower women to take control of their style choices. Making a case for statement-making apparel from Victorian-esque corsetry to oversized sunhats, the London-based designer of Turkish descent likes to challenge the conventional. Her unique offerings even caught the attention of Italian actress and star of Netflix‘s Baby, Alice Pagani — she gamely decked herself in a full ensemble by the brand, as seen on her Instagram. Dilara Findikoglu
Dilara Findikoglu‘s eponymous label wants to empower women to take control of their style choices. Making a case for statement-making apparel from Victorian-esque corsetry to oversized sunhats, the London-based designer of Turkish descent likes to challenge the conventional. Her unique offerings even caught the attention of Italian actress and star of Netflix‘s Baby, Alice Pagani — she gamely decked herself in a full ensemble by the brand, as seen on her Instagram. Dilara Findikoglu
Dilara Findikoglu‘s eponymous label wants to empower women to take control of their style choices. Making a case for statement-making apparel from Victorian-esque corsetry to oversized sunhats, the London-based designer of Turkish descent likes to challenge the conventional. Her unique offerings even caught the attention of Italian actress and star of Netflix‘s Baby, Alice Pagani — she gamely decked herself in a full ensemble by the brand, as seen on her Instagram. Dilara Findikoglu
Dilara Findikoglu‘s eponymous label wants to empower women to take control of their style choices. Making a case for statement-making apparel from Victorian-esque corsetry to oversized sunhats, the London-based designer of Turkish descent likes to challenge the conventional. Her unique offerings even caught the attention of Italian actress and star of Netflix‘s Baby, Alice Pagani — she gamely decked herself in a full ensemble by the brand, as seen on her Instagram. TTSWTRS
Recognisable for its futuristic designs that draw elements from tech, tattoos and streetwear, Ukrainian brand TTWSWTRS is slowly becoming a huge hit among celebrities. From Nicki Minaj rocking a body-fitting corset dress to Winnie Harlow channeling her inner space cowboy, we can’t wait to see who is next in line to get into the brand’s creation. TTWSWTRS
Recognisable for its futuristic designs that draw elements from tech, tattoos and streetwear, Ukrainian brand TTWSWTRS is slowly becoming a huge hit among celebrities. From Nicki Minaj rocking a body-fitting corset dress to Winnie Harlow channeling her inner space cowboy, we can’t wait to see who is next in line to get into the brand’s creation. TTWSWTRS
Recognisable for its futuristic designs that draw elements from tech, tattoos and streetwear, Ukrainian brand TTWSWTRS is slowly becoming a huge hit among celebrities. From Nicki Minaj rocking a body-fitting corset dress to Winnie Harlow channeling her inner space cowboy, we can’t wait to see who is next in line to get into the brand’s creation. TTWSWTRS
Recognisable for its futuristic designs that draw elements from tech, tattoos and streetwear, Ukrainian brand TTWSWTRS is slowly becoming a huge hit among celebrities. From Nicki Minaj rocking a body-fitting corset dress to Winnie Harlow channeling her inner space cowboy, we can’t wait to see who is next in line to get into the brand’s creation. TTWSWTRS
Recognisable for its futuristic designs that draw elements from tech, tattoos and streetwear, Ukrainian brand TTWSWTRS is slowly becoming a huge hit among celebrities. From Nicki Minaj rocking a body-fitting corset dress to Winnie Harlow channeling her inner space cowboy, we can’t wait to see who is next in line to get into the brand’s creation.