Whether you're loyal to a handful of designer brands or dip your toe in designer every now and then, there's a wealth of newness out there that you might not be aware of. Sometimes it can be hard to keep up, but that's where we come in, take a look through our selection of new designer brands to know.
For the second year running and aligning with our annual celebration of Earth Day, our beloved Polo Shirt has had an eco‐friendly makeover in the form of The Ralph Lauren Earth Polo. Each polo is made from approximately 12 recycled plastic bottles and uses a completely waterless dyeing process.
If your love of vintage runs as deep as Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey's does, then RIXO should be your new obsession, if it isn't already of course! We sat down with the pair behind the brand for the inside scoop on all that is RIXO from ethical responsibility to how #HumansofRIXO has developed over the years.
This season, adidas Originals and premier streetwear label 424 have returned for their highly anticipated second collaboration. This time the fusion of the two brands sees a selection of footwear and apparel including the 424 Superstar, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the iconic adidas Originals Superstar.
Leading the way when it comes to sustainability in fashion is GANNI, with a team of five passionate individuals helping to make the brand as sustainable as possible through a collection of initiatives. If you ever wondered if there was a sustainable fashion job for you, we have everything you need to know right here, as we sit down with Head of Responsibility and CSR at GANNI, Lauren.
Hailing right from the heart of Rio de Janeiro, Frescobol Carioca translates Brazil's colourful and playful identity into all of their designs. We sat down with co-founder and director of the brand Harry Brantly to get the inside scoop on everything from sustainability to frescobol skills.