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Do you hate going into a room and seeing someone (whether it's a friend or an enemy) wearing the same thing as you? Do you love to be the first to learn about a brand or wear something cool and no one can easily tell where you bought it? If none of these feelings are familiar to you, you might still like this story, but let's just say you are not my target audience.
For those who can Today I have summarized 11 brands that are either new or have managed to stay under the radar so that even I can only buy them myself. From knit to shoes to dresses, I say these are the lines you want to wear this spring. To learn more about the individual and of course shop on the go, just scroll on.
Paris-based Coperni, launched in 2013, is by no means new, but with its very first runway show, which caused a stir in February, and the brand that was recently added to the Net-a-Porter squad, it is no longer under the Top, roof. Radar to the next big thing pretty quickly.
With sweatpants and sweatshirts in the foreground of my thinking (and wardrobes), a fresh new set from Entireworld is a matter of course for the coming season.
The Australian brand SIR the Label, which stands for Separate, Intimates and Ready-to-Wear, offers just that and much more. While it's been on my radar for several seasons, due to its new arrivals, I'm really ready to add it to my shopping cart.
In a short time, Gauge81 actually got from my wish list to my closet. After buying a blazer for sale last month, I already have my eye on what to buy next.
Since I can't find my own brand website, all I know about the cool (and affordable) new shoe label Porte & Paire is that it appeared on Net-a-Porter one day in January and our team has loved it ever since.
The Brooklyn-based store and brand offer both staples and fashion items from a single source. In addition to its cool appeal, the label also has prices that won't scare you. Refreshing, right?
As someone who doesn't often deal with headgear, I'm always drawn to Avenue's inventive and flattering hats and hair accessories.
I can thank Instagram for guiding me to Wandering, an Italian brand that has limited retailers, but makes all the tops, dresses, and sweaters that I want to wear.
The first thing I read when I googled the new Babaà brand was "wear knitwear from Spanish farmers forever" and I was immediately sold. Then I saw the sweaters and the feelings were still there.
Despite fierce competition, A.W.A.K.E fashion is one of the most exciting and unique brands from London. The company, founded in 2012, has been climbing steadily for several years, but blew itself up a lot last year.
Although there are no travel plans for me in the near future, I would definitely hit the eco-friendly fish label if I were in the market for a swimsuit right now. Hope.
Next: The seven spring trends that are worth your money, even if it's only $ 10.