Founded in 2014 by design visionaries Elin Kling and Karl Lindman, TOTEME makes luxurious fashion wearable. The Stockholm-based brand values craftsmanship and everlasting appeal over transitional trends; it is a style universe with a singular aesthetic.
Designed in London, made for the world - celebrity-adored occasionwear line Self-Portrait believes in celebrating and empowering the women in the clothes. Femininity ensured by elegant functionality, reflecting a sincere engagement and appreciation for a contemporary way of life.
Camille Perry and Holly Wright founded Tove in order to create timeless, but easy clothing, that is luxurious and wearable. Producing each style in small numbers, with a minimal carbon footprint, the colourful, flattering silhouettes will quickly become your go-to favourites year after year.
Since its inception, FRAME gained a renowned cult following among celebrities, supermodels, and fashion icons. With sustainability at its core, FRAME is famed for its handcrafted denim, leather accessories, and ready-to-wear pieces that fuse Californian cool, London edge, and Swedish refinement.
What began as a side project for Founder Emma Milne Watson quickly turned into a thriving business with A-list fans from Alessandro Michele to Claudia Schiffer. Her eye for colour combinations, as well as her love of art and nature, has inspired playful, dopamine-boosting designs crafted by hand and cherished for life.
London based PRISM was launched in 2009 by founder and creative director Anna Laub, an ex-style editor, born out of a desire for optical glasses that were both fashionable and functional. In honoring traditional craftsmanship, PRISM seeks to combine quality materials, deft construction, and modern design.
Founded by former PR guru turned yoga guru, Robyn Berkley, and partner Jared Vere, Live The Process is “not just a collection, but an idealist way of how to live your life in the best possible way.” These are mindfully produced beautiful pieces for a more mindful lifestyle. These are mindfully produced beautiful pieces for a more mindful lifestyle.
Launching her eponymous label in 1990, Bella Freud has become renowned for bringing a creative playfulness, and inherent Britishness, to her designs. A cult obsession of the most discerning of fashion followers, her iconic knits are favourites of Kate Moss and Alexa Chung, while her epic tailoring has the spirit of the 60s, but always with a contemporary stride.
Founded by London-based duo, Lily Atherton Hanbury and Katya Shyfrin, Le Monde Beryl creates classic shoes with a contemporary sensibility, inspired by a sense of adventure. Expertly crafted, and employing the finest Italian fabrics, including velvet, satin and suede, their Mary-Janes, slippers and mules are as pretty as they are practical.
Instantly recognisable jewellery due to its signature sculptural forms, Completedworks was founded by Artistic Director, Anna Jewsbury, and has built a cult following. Incredible pieces that weave, loop, twist and flow, are designed to document the beauty of everyday through the language of art.
Founded by designer Marissa Maximo, Anaak was named after the Filipino dialect Tagalog’s word for “child”. Her line is known for their pure use of materials and high level craftsmanship - creating soft and light garments inspired by Maximo’s expansive travels and her many cultural influences. Anaak allows being stylish to be easy for wherever you are in the world.
Founded by sisters Ilona Hamer and Peta Heinsen, the Matteau ethos is ‘less is more’. Chic but classic swimwear that is designed to be timeless, with the intent that each piece will last a lifetime. Committed to sustainability and responsible business practices, this is a brand that values the planet as much as the customer.
Founded in 1996 by Justin Thornton and Thea Bregazzi, and famed for its romantic sensibility, colour play, yet with a surprising masculine touch. An A-listers favourite, who live in their flattering yet dramatic dresses, and statement tops, that are the perfect day to evening essentials.
Created in 2019 by Helen de Kluiver, based on her belief that fashion does not have to be fast or seasonal. Using only the finest, most durable materials, each piece of clothing is considered a protective 'case', designed to be essential pieces that you will rediscover and love season after season.
Dublin-born Simone Rocha debuted her eponymous label at the 2010 London Fashion Week having launched just two years prior. Heralded as one of Britain’s most exciting designers to watch, Rocha’s designs continually transcend the boundary between fashion and art.