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Loved by the likes of supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, it’s no surprise Bazilika has fast become a favourite with fashion girls. Expect luxe loungewear, knit dresses that deserve to be noticed, and slouchy tailoring in classic colours.
BITE is an acronym for ‘By Independent Thinkers for Environmental Progress’. Founded in 2016, the brand takes inspiration from the street style of Stockholm and London, and designs its pieces to last. It’s a haven for smart separates and outfit-building basics.
Founded by three sisters in 2005, Swedish label Dagmar is now a regular at Copenhagen Fashion Week. With sustainability at the forefront of its design process, the brand puts its own twist on a range of staples – think the breton and the blazer. Creating minimalist yet interesting pieces, you could find your entire capsule wardrobe here.
Matches’ in-house brand Raey has been a go-to for years – largely thanks to its laid-back silhouettes and season-less staples. The loose-fitting suits are top of our wish list, while the knitwear can be worn throughout the year.
Made by women for women, Tove has been one of our favourites since its launch in 2019. Creating pieces with a low impact on the planet – most are made from sustainable materials – it carefully curates each seasonal edit. That attention to detail means each piece is instantly recognisable.
Australian label Oroton is a one-stop shop for pieces that look completely effortless. The quality of its mid-price bags rivals that of high-end designers, while its subtle nods to current trends make it a minimalists’ dream.