Sometimes, we get bored of our old wardrobe and everyday we want to experience some new fashion style. So, if you’re one of these people who have come to the right place.There are plenty of emerging designers making stunning designs inspired by 80s style. These designs are so unique takes on knitwear. Today, we have listed some the newly brands you can shop this year.
- Pyer Moss
Pyer Moss is one of the company which was founded in the year 2013 by Kery Jean-Raymond. This brand is perfect example of art based social experiment at times. Their designer wants to use its voice and platform to challenge social narratives to evoke dialogue. After a breakout year on the runway, Pyer Moss captured the attention of those in and out of the fashion industry last September. Merging activism and important social conversation with a new take on streetwear, Pyer Moss is ushering much-needed perspective into the fashion world.
With 80s-inspired designs and bold silhouettes, there is no surprise that this Copenhagen-based brand from Birger Christensen is quickly becoming a favourite amongst the fashion people. This is brand launched by Danish influencers Jeanette Madsen and Thora Valdimars. Rotate have its playful party dresses & already taken over Instagram.
- Bande Noir
With just one collection under its belt, Bande Noir has already reeled us in. Under the creative direction of former editor and stylist Mayte Allende, the brand brings forth a mix of ’80s and ’90s silhouettes defined by their delicate detailing. From open-back turtlenecks to sheer puff-sleeved blouses, the play on femininity and unexpected details has us waiting for more from this newbie.
A mashup of menswear meets womenswear, this budding Ukrainian brand is one to watch. From pretty pearl bralettes to must-have trench coats and reimagined suiting, Chakshyn’s pieces are a breath of fresh air in a world ruled by Instagram trends. Helmed by Dima Chayun and Anton Yakshyn, the brand offers up a modern, art-inspired take on femininity and masculinity—plus a stunning collection of pearl jewelry and statement tees.
- 16 Aprlington
Sequin suiting, feathered trim, crystal-embellished denim: maximalism meets minimalism in this recently-launched UK brand. Already a favorite on the red carpet, 16Arlington is putting the fun back in fashion with playfully glamorous designs. After dressing several attendees (including Jourdan Dunn, Adut Akech, and Edie Campbell) at the 2018 British Fashion Awards, expect to see the label become a new favorite amongst A-listers and the fashion crowd.