Fu­ture Five

Add these five un­der­the-radar la­bels to your shop­ping list

Women's Weekly (Malaysia) - - Fashion Update -

1. WRIGHT LE CHAPELAIN

The Lon­don-based la­bel rein­vents closet sta­ples – think re­worked shirts and de­con­structed blaz­ers – and menswearin­spired fabrics for the work­ing set. Shirt, from Wright Le Chapelain.

2. GANNI

Hail­ing from Copen­hagen, this is the la­bel that has all the It-girls hooked. As a fam­ily-owned la­bel, their pieces feel con­tem­po­rary and ur­ban, without los­ing their ef­fort­lessly cool vibe. Visit ganni.com.

3. LEIGH MILLER

Hav­ing chalked up more than a decade’s worth of ex­pe­ri­ence work­ing in the in­dus­try, Leigh Miller struck out in 2014 to launch her own line of jew­ellery to a thrilling re­sponse, thanks to her or­ganic forms, hand-fin­ished work and na­turein­spired de­signs.

4. STAUD

Ro­man­tic, wear­able and sen­sual, Staud is a brand that comes from the sunny boule­vards of Los An­ge­les. Founded by Sarah Staudinger and Ge­orge Au­gusto, its col­lec­tions brim with trop­i­cal-friendly pieces that stay eter­nally stylish many sea­sons later. Visit staud.cloth­ing.

5. LIT­TLE LIFFNER

This Stock­holm-based la­bel has been qui­etly amass­ing a loyal fol­low­ing of stylish fans, thanks to their In­sta-wor­thy bags that are not only functional, but priced at a rel­a­tively af­ford­able level.

Ear­rings, from Leigh Miller.

LIT­TLE LIFFNER snake­sk­in­ef­fect shoul­der bag.

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