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Brand to Watch

Style — 18 July, 2018

Brand to Watch: STORY mfg.

STORY mfg. works in a slow, non-chemical processes with huge focus on…

Style — 12 July, 2018

Brand to Watch: VENCZEL

VENCZEL offers luxury bags and accessories in distinct, angular shapes made from…

Style — 4 July, 2018

Brand to Watch: ECKHAUS LATTA

ECKHAUS LATTA – known to favor recycled and deadstock fabrics – has…

Style — 27 June, 2018

Brand to Watch: Lauren Manoogian

Knitwear designer Lauren Manoogian’s eponymous line has in short time become one…

Style — 20 June, 2018

Brand to Watch: AVAVAV

Florence-based brand AVAVAV keeps a conscious business model built on short cycles,…

Style — 14 June, 2018

Brand to Watch: ZIAH

Australian label ZIAH uses swimwear as an elegant canvas for a mutable…

Style — 6 June, 2018

Brand to Watch: Araks

New York designer Araks Yeramyan just added a collection of ECONYL swimwear…

Style — 31 May, 2018

Brand to Watch: Rombaut

Rombaut is taking the concept of vegan footwear to a whole new…

Style — 23 May, 2018

Brand to Watch: TOME

When talking about ethical fashion brand TOME, words like ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusiveness’…

Style — 16 May, 2018

Brand to Watch: Botanica Workshop

Botanica Workshop is a sustainable line of underwear, swim and loungewear made…

Style — 12 May, 2018

Brand to Watch: Sandermann

Danish fashion brand Sandermann works only with pre-consumer waste materials, and have…

Style — 1 May, 2018

Brand to Watch: The Acey

Sustainable every day wear in our favorite materials.

Style — 17 April, 2018

Brand to watch: GOLONDRINA of Mexico

Gabriella Zamora left Miami to make sleepwear and daywear from her whitewashed…

Style — 11 April, 2018

Brand to Watch: Awaveawake

Awaveawake is your go-to brand for beautiful slip dresses made from ethically…

Style — 5 April, 2018

Brand to Watch: Alighieri

Alighieri makes jewelry inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy”, with each piece corresponding…

Style — 29 March, 2018

Brand to Watch: G.Kero

Artist and designer Marguerite Bartherotte of G.Kero defines simple life and sunswept…

Style — 22 March, 2018

Brand to Watch: Supernature

Benedicte Lux makes one-of-a-kind loungewear using fine artisanal materials that she hand-dyes…

Style — 15 March, 2018

Brand to Watch: ISA NOY

New fine jewelry brand ISA NOY offers unique, handcrafted pieces made to…

Style — 5 March, 2018

Brand to Watch: WET the Label

'90s inspired swimwear made from recycled lycra by a true island girl.

Style — 28 February, 2018

Brand to Watch: Norrfolks

Swedish jewelry brand Norrfolks offers long-lasting everyday essentials, sustainably made from recycled…

Style — 22 February, 2018

Brand to Watch: MANDKHAI

Introducing conscious knitwear brand MANDKHAI also raises the issue of cashmere farming.

Style — 15 February, 2018

Brand to Watch: De Smet

De Smet offers easy and accessible everyday clothing made by hand in…

Style — 24 January, 2018

Brand to Watch: Alice Waese

Alice Waese interprets constellations and mythology along with the tradition of passing…

Style — 17 January, 2018

Brand to Watch: BITE STUDIOS

Swedish/British fashion brand BITE STUDIOS believe that sustainability is the new luxury.

Style — 10 January, 2018

Brand to Watch: Anaak

Anaak aims to empower local craftspeople and preserve ancient textile techniques using…

Style — 3 January, 2018

Brand to Watch: Shaina Mote

Shaina Mote’s timeless designs keep their relevance season over season. 

Style — 20 December, 2017

Brand to Watch: AYNI

AYNI combines Peruvian traditions with Danish aesthetics in a luxe, sustainable knitwear…

Style — 6 December, 2017

Brand to Watch: Crafting Plastics! Studio

Crafting Plastics! Studio has launched an eyewear collection with the world’s first…

Style — 29 November, 2017

Brand to Watch: BreeLayne

BreeLayne makes sustainable luxury fashion out of deadstock and pre-existing materials.

Style — 15 November, 2017

Brand to Watch: Coltrane

Coltrane is the perfect marriage of good design and responsible practices.

Style — 8 November, 2017

Brand to Watch: Aiayu

Aiayu is redefining luxury fashion with sustainable knits and eco-friendly homewear.

Style — 1 November, 2017

Brand to Watch: Arnsdorf

Arnsdorf makes modern and sophisticated clothing using transparent and sustainable practices.

Style — 18 October, 2017

Brand to Watch: Von Holzhausen

Von Holzhausen makes sustainable bags from both real and vegan leather.

Style — 4 October, 2017

Brand to Watch: PLY-KNITS

PLY-KNITS makes sustainable, luxury knitwear from vintage cashmere.

Style — 23 September, 2017

Brand to Watch: Fisch Swimwear

FISCH is a newly launched brand for sustainable swimwear.

Style — 6 September, 2017

Brand to Watch: Laura Newton

Hailing ideas over technical skills, Laura Newton brings newness to knitwear.

Style — 30 August, 2017

Brand to Watch: Wendy Jim

Wendy Jim is marking Austria on the contemporary fashion map.

Style — 23 August, 2017

Brand to Watch: Marvais

Marvais makes structured bags which partner perfectly with sustainable autumnal knits.

Style — 16 August, 2017

Brand to Watch: sat-su-ma

Informed by plant biology, sat-su-ma brings a new dimension to “florals for…

Style — 9 August, 2017

Brand to Watch: HARDEMAN

HARDEMAN is reinstating jeans as the poster child of clothing rebellion.

Style — 2 August, 2017

Brand to Watch: egg

Egg’s wardrobe perennials put function over flounce, frequency over frivolous fashion.

Style — 26 July, 2017

Brand to Watch: Johanna-Maria Parv

Johanna-Maria Parv celebrates female power and strength via traditional tailoring, cyclists and…

Style — 19 July, 2017

Brand to Watch: Mandkhai

With goat–to-garment transparency, Mandkhai appropriates cashmere for Spring/Summer wear.

Style — 12 July, 2017

Brand to Watch: Calla Haynes

Calla Haynes has repurposed the couture-like fabrics from her past collections –…

Style — 5 July, 2017

Brand to Watch: Linea Germania

Linea Germania is making silk scarves relevant again.

Style — 28 June, 2017

Brand to Watch: By SP

By SP's "imperfect" jewellery is embracing differences and uniqueness.

Style — 21 June, 2017

Brand to Watch: Peet Dullaert

Peet Dullaert's optimistic fashion is more elegant than Eighties.

Style — 14 June, 2017

Brand to Watch: Nejicommu

Watch brand Nejicommu takes the considered route to keep up with the…

Style — 7 June, 2017

Brand to Watch: Snow Peak Apparel

Snow Peak Apparel does “urban” with a dash of unrivaled Japanese cool.

Style — 31 May, 2017

Brand to Watch: Sophie Anderson

Sophie Anderson cheers on artisan craft with pom poms.

Style — 24 May, 2017

Brand to Watch: LUNA DEL PINAL

LUNA DEL PINAL makes waves through ancient weaving.

Style — 17 May, 2017

Brand to Watch: fern fans

fern fans are championing the modern relevance of the fashion fan.

Style — 10 May, 2017

Brand to Watch: No.One

No.One employs artisanal techniques to make super exclusive sneakers.

Style — 3 May, 2017

Brand to Watch: Toogood

Toogood refuses to conform—through uniforms.

Style — 27 April, 2017

Brand to Watch: Agmes

Agmes makes jewelry that we can hang onto for future generations.

Style — 26 April, 2017

Brand to Watch: Bibi Blangsted

Bibi Blangsted is tapping the underdeveloped segment of women’s luxury shirting.

Style — 19 April, 2017

Brand to Watch: e.a.seawear

e.a.seawear unites crocheting with contemporary design; handicraft with profit; and grandma’s with…

Style — 12 April, 2017

Brand to Watch: HaaT

HaaT is an artisan brand under Issey Miyake Inc. uniting heritage techniques…

Style — 5 April, 2017

Brand to Watch: Lutz Huelle

Lutz Huelle's repurposed garments are playfully lifting the mood for spring.

Style — 24 March, 2017

Brand to Watch: RENLI SU

Like a blank canvas, Su's designs are stripped off a major narrative…

Style — 17 March, 2017

Brand to Watch: Von Sono

With charged capital letters at its core, activist artisan label VON SONO…

Style — 7 March, 2017

Brand to Watch: HELENAMANZANO

In protest of the ruling fashion calendar, HELENAMANZANO's AW17 lookbook was staged…

Style — 1 March, 2017

Brand to Watch: Silou Active

Silou Active’s merchandise is designed to transition perfectly between yoga class and…

Style — 24 February, 2017

Brand to Watch: Lorod

Lorod is this week’s brand to watch.

Style — 8 February, 2017

Brand to Watch: Kreist

Kreist is this week's brand to watch.

Style — 20 September, 2016

Five Questions with Birdsong’s Sophie Slater

From refugee seamstresses to octogenerian knitters, Birdsong is the ethical fashion label…

Style — 29 August, 2016

Get to know: Carl Oaks

Get to know Carl Oaks–a brand that makes sunglasses out of recycled…

Style — 20 August, 2016

On our minds: Eileen Fisher’s ‘Remade in the USA’

Eileen Fisher teams up with Parsons' students to give new life to…

Style — 17 August, 2016

Get to know: Matt & Nat

Matt & Natt is a vegan brand that makes sustainable bags, shoes…

Style — 1 August, 2016

Get to know: Balossa

Innovative shirt brand Balossa believes a timeless piece never can be boring.

Style — 12 August, 2015

A brand worth watching

Combining neo-minimalist designs, dreamy campaigns and environmentally conscious and cruelty-free manufacturing, the…

Style — 26 May, 2015

How they make it last: Brianna Lance

Buy as much ivintage as you can, says designer and creative director…

Style — 13 February, 2015

Ask the expert: turning waste into fashion

Make it last's sustainability expert about five inspirational designers who turn waste…

Life — 31 October, 2014

”We all have to pitch in”

Working as a sustainability manager at the department store Åhléns, Anita Falkenek…

Style — 16 October, 2014

Jåal Atelier

The starting point was a very intriguing Araki portrait

Style — 16 October, 2014

Josefina Larsson: “I have a lot of energy these days”

The starting point was a very intriguing Araki portrait.

Style — 14 October, 2014

The Innovators: Swedish Stockings

A beautiful, environmentally friendly hosiery brand

Style — 1 October, 2014

Anna-Sara Dåvik: “Now, I’m ready”

I needed my work to serve a purpose, and now I have…

Style — 30 September, 2014

Vestiaire Collective – the “second hand Net-a-Porter”

Make it last talks to co-founder Fanny Moizant about sustainability, unwanted designer…