Represent is the result of how brothers, George and Michael Heaton, turned their hobby into a global fashion brand. Paying homage to their British heritage and combining their skills in graphic design, the label creates printed shirts, graphic sweatshirts, distressed denim and logo tracksuits which embody everyday British luxury.
MM6 MAISON MARGIELA
Martin Margiela has delivered avant-garde, high-end pieces since founding his namesake couture house in 1988. Margiela’s MM6 takes form in unpredictable shapes and minimalistic aesthetic, delivering a more casual, street-inspired take on the fashion house’s intellectual approach to luxury.
Amiri views luxury street style through a unique lens. Famed for their quality fabrics, deconstructed designs and expert distressing techniques, the label is defined by their signature rockstar chic aesthetic while maintaining the laid-back spirit of Los Angeles.
Billionaire Boys Club
Billionaire Boys Club (BBC) is a men's clothing label founded in 2005 by Pharrell Williams and Nigo. Drawing inspiration from Japanese street culture, BBC offers a range of casualwear featuring bold graphics, distinctive logos, and the signature Spaceman motif.
Samuel Ross employs his multidisciplinary practice into his vision for A-COLD-WALL*, reimagining contemporary streetwear silhouettes by combining material innovation with unconventional tailoring.
Casablanca’s designs make us wistful for an endless summer. Charaf Tajer’s vision of menswear materialises into beautifully tailored garments which experiment with sumptuous fabrics, crafting pieces that strike the perfect balance between comfort and elegance.
Famously known as creating not just one, but two distinct identities for himself, Jonathan Anderson’s eponymous label celebrates unique design and thought-provoking silhouettes show a deep appreciation for history and craft, evident in his creative dialogue.
Ambush is the brainchild of husband and wife duo Verbal and Yoon, which rose to prominence following their collaboration with Nike. Their signature style borrows streetwear ideology and adds their unique flair.
Nanushka is the contemporary brand seen on influencers and celebrities alike. Best known for their signature vegan leather pieces, cruelty-free practices and use of ethically sourced materials-—it exemplifies the ultimate sustainable style.
From editorial to an established designer label—032C apparel initially began as a wearable extension of their bi-annual magazine but has quickly become a force on its own, elevating contemporary streetwear with their signature visual language.
Labelled “Korea’s answer to Vetements” by Vogue, the unisex design house ADER ERROR blends experimental colour palettes with minimalist accents, bringing South Korean streetwear to the forefront of the fashion industry.
John Elliott views wardrobe staples through a minimalist, luxury lens. With a trained eye for tailored fits and quality fabrics, the label is centered on creating practical yet modern designs. Each piece is endlessly wearable, the perfect foundation for any outfit.
Barely a year since its debut, Maisie Schloss (the powerhouse behind the semi-eponymous label) took the fashion world by storm with her bold, vibrant, exotic prints and figure-hugging designs, which have been seen on the likes of Jorja Smith and Kim Kardashian.
Best known for his playful prints, charming embroidery, and iconic motifs—Markus Lupfer creates elevated knitwear for everyday comfort. Many of his designs spotlight his signature lip print, a design so iconic it has been reimagined in countless iterations.
Blending their traditional Italian heritage with highly technical methodology, Nemen embodies a spirit of timeless artistic expression through endless experimentation and research, using innovative fabric and dying techniques to create their signature tie-dye outerwear.
Rhude plays with streetwear silhouettes by reappropriating logos, pairing unexpected prints and finishing pieces with intricate detailing. The ultimate combination of youthful energy and laid back luxe, it’s no surprise that the label has been seen on all your favourite rappers.
Y/Project is defined by their ultra-modern aesthetic and sleek tailoring. Garments are rendered into gender-bending silhouettes and feature unconventional cuts, transforming classic designs into sculpted, wearable works of art.
Signature gradients and a focus on materiality are the defining traits of Sies Marjan’s pieces.The label’s distinctive aesthetic is formed by unexpected pairings of masculine and feminine silhouettes, which is enunciated by pops of colours and lush textures.
Japanese label White Mountaineering retains its foundation of streetwear-informed roots while exploring high-performance outerwear through experimentation with technical fabrics.
Greg Lauren’s eponymous label is heavily reflective of the designer’s background as an artist, producing expressive collections that showcase his signature flair for deconstruction, patchworks and asymmetric silhouettes, paired with everyday ready-to-wear pieces.
The Elder Statesman
Established in 2007, The Elder Statesman is an LA-based artisanal knitwear brand known for their luxurious cashmere clothing. Each piece is elevated with the label’s distinctive use of colour and prints to embody a carefree West Coast spirit.
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