While there are some mainstream high-end brands that every fashionista would kill for, others have a small but devoted cult following due to a distinctive look, a celebrity who wears their goods religiously, or just that special something that makes everyone want in on the action.
Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto established Staud in LA, filling a new void for stylish necessities. Jumpsuits with nautical themes, furry bags, and sleeves that billow all smoothly combine several eras. It’s the fulfillment of every Cult fashionista’s fantasy. For the crucial cool girl facto that we all strive for so dearly, modern meets retro. Need proof? Alexa Chung frequently rocks Staud as evidence.
Former employees of Elle Italia, three chicks, made the decision to launch a business that empowers stylish women. Blazé Milano, the company founded by Corrada Rodriguez d’Acri, Delfina Pinardi, and Sole Torlona, only sells the finest, most exquisitely cut blazers. This company offers everything, whether you want a curved pocket, contrast trim, or velvet remix.
This word’s precise definition is “handsome female,” so that’s undoubtedly one way to characterize this brand. For Canadian sisters Parris and Chloe Gordon, who founded this business, the worlds of the genders merge. Despite being rigid and sensuous, their forms have a boyish quality.
Flats are at their worst when they are simple. They excel when they make a fashionable statement. The latter is unquestionably true of these stunningly decorated slippers, making them a worldwide must-have for fashionistas. They have features like sharply pointed toes, a silk and gold filigree, and exaggerated tips.
Solange and Virgil Abloh’s incredible menswear designs have made him a household name. But the stunning womenswear line from luxury brands is equally praiseworthy. Some of our stunning favourites from Virgil Abloh’s “Off White” collection include overstuffed shirts, velvet patchwork jeans, and heavily layered sportswear.
Barbara Potts and Catherine Saks established this Copenhagen-based company, which is currently in its third year of operation and enjoying a thriving level of success. Their vibrant sheepskin coats, which resemble Foxy Brown and Almost Famous, are something we especially adore.
Celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski and Kendall Jenner are smitten with wearing the stylish pants made by the New York City-based company Miaou. People from all over the world are clamouring to purchase the designer Alexia Elkaim’s universally flattering trousers. She also creates stunning plaids that are based on Clueless.
8. Andy Wolf Sunglasses
Many people have differing opinions about Rihanna’s Cannes red carpet sunglasses, which were inspired by the Matrix. The creator of those “micro frames” that transport us back to the 1990s is Andy Wold, with whom both celebrities and everyday people are infatuated.
Danielle may not be a household name, but she ranks alongside Donatella and Philipp Plein. This “it” girl is a total go-getter who is crushing the edgy athleisure game, as evidenced by the regular wear of her clothes by celebrities like Halsey and Kylie & Kendall Jenner. It is an incredibly stylish, high-end version of Fashion Nova.
Without honouring this legendary hat designer who is dominating street style blogs and celebrity looks, we would have to end the list. The fact that Kaia Gerber, Sophia Richie, and Bella Hadid all adore their cadet caps—which Gerber and Hadid wore in unison to NYFW—is what really set Baginskiy off. Wool fedoras, straw boaters, wide-brimmed sun hats, and more are now available.