Rabea Schif Shares 5 Brands She’s Loving
Rabea Schif Shares 5 Brands She’s Loving

Rabea Schif Shares 5 Brands She’s Loving

Eclectic, vibrant, cool… we can’t get enough of Rabea Schif and her unique approach to fashion. To find out what she has her eye on this season, we asked her to share five of her favourite up-and-coming brands…
By Sapna Rao

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Hemricourt gave me the opportunity to try one of its denim uniforms – and I couldn't be happier that they did. From the moment I put it on, I fell in love with the brand’s ‘owning forever’ philosophy and high-quality pieces. It's not just about enhancing my personal style, but also embracing a more sustainable and conscious approach to fashion. Everything is incredibly easy to wear and so comfortable. The fresh petrol blue colour also adds a unique twist to the typical denim washes.

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Dahlia is a label that holds a special place in my heart. One of the founders is actually a close friend of mine. Together with her girlfriend, she launched the brand in Spain in 2022. What I admire most about Dahlia is its dedication to creating high-quality, retro-style pieces that can effortlessly transition from day to night. It’s a truly slow-fashion brand, prioritising timeless designs that stand the test of time, rather than chasing fleeting trends. One of my personal favourites from the collection is the Cassie cream top. It's a charming and versatile piece that can be paired with a pair of blue jeans for daytime or a miniskirt for a flirtier take. It's the perfect staple for summer.

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Nia Thomas is an eco-friendly luxe lifestyle brand that focuses on handcrafted, sustainable pieces. Known for its knitwear and elevated basics, it’s also kind to the environment, with collections made in small batches in Mexico City using hand-dyed yarn. I’m loving the Sessa shirt from the new collection – it’s versatile enough to wear over a bikini at the beach or with denim shorts. For a more sophisticated look, I like the idea of wearing it with a miniskirt, kitten heels and an oversized blazer.

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German label Dorothee Schumacher is all about feminine elegance and timeless classics. The silhouettes are elevated, the draping is perfect, and I love the details and prints – everything feels special. I’ve been working with the brand for a few years now and I’m loving the new cowboy-inspired collection. This grey suit and cowboy hat are definitely on my wish list. The quality is impeccable, and the fit is always just right.

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One of my favourite labels is menswear brand Ernest W. Baker. Merging traditional tailoring and fabrics like tweed, leather and velvet, the 70s-inspired flare trousers and jackets are fabulous for women, so don't be put off. A great alternative to Saint Laurent, I just wish I had bigger feet so I could rock the boots too. I also really rate the jewellery – with a button-down floral, silk or lace shirt, its necklaces are a great way to accessorise your look. If you need to add a bit of edge, opt for one of the chunky rings.

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