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Bri­tish fash­ion stylist Bar­bara Mcmil­lan has launched new la­bel Honna from her cot­tage in Hamp­shire. Her fo­cus is py­ja­mas: she has cre­ated pairs that boast the per­fect stripes, patch pock­ets and pip­ing. They’re lux­u­ri­ous but af­ford­able and, un­like most other de­signer PJS, you can ac­tu­ally throw them in the wash­ing ma­chine. Py­jama set, £95, hon­nalon­


A close friend of the fash­ion blog­ger Chiara Fer­ragni, Carolina Cerutti is the brains be­hind Art Dealer, a la­bel that spe­cialises in vin­tage-in­spired satin dresses and blouses. As her influencer friends get hold of all the printed pieces from the col­lec­tion, ex­pect this to be­come the new It-la­bel to show off on so­cial me­dia. Dress, £360, art­deal­er­jour­


A new Copen­hagen- and Lon­don­based la­bel dreamt up by young Dan­ish de­signer Nynne Kunde, its de­but col­lec­tion takes in­spi­ra­tion from Joan Craw­ford and the dra­matic sil­hou­ettes loved by the star. The colours and fab­rics, though, are en­tirely mod­ern. Kunde’s en­cour­ag­ing us all to turn up the volume in ruched dresses and bil­low­ing blouses – and I’m on board. From £340,


Mi­lan-based former Etro de­signer Emily Levine cre­ates her ‘Dumpling’ bags from re­cy­cled silks, linens and cot­tons. Each piece, topped with a bamboo han­dle, can take weeks to hand­craft, a process done in part­ner­ship with Indian fe­male ar­ti­sans who work from home to sup­port their fam­i­lies. Bag, £145, emi­lylevine­mi­


Travel ad­dicts Kirsty Ames and Heidi Som­merau work with uni­ver­sally flat­ter­ing, eco-friendly swimwear fab­ric Econyl. Their dou­ble-faced, shirred biki­nis, which are cre­ated from re­cy­cled ocean plas­tics, feel stylish yet solid on the body, rather than stringy and see-through. Oh, and the ditsy prints are gor­geous too… Bikini top, £70, and bot­toms, £80, ay­


What’s not to love about a rain­bow knit? De­signer San­drine Ganem taught her­self to knit and cro­chet be­fore launch­ing her la­bel Rose Carmine in Paris in 2018. Hers is still a mi­cro-brand (with just over 3,000 colour-fa­natic fol­low­ers on In­sta­gram), but the col­lec­tion has just been snapped up by Net-a-porter, so ex­pect the name – and tech­ni­colour stripes – to go global any day now. From £335,

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