3 Cool Brands To Know
3 Cool Brands To Know

3 Cool Brands To Know

Here at SL, it’s our job to keep you in the know about the most discerning labels out there. Doing anything from bold jewellery to slow fashion, here are three cool brands we’re loving right now.
By Eleanor Magill
Yena Top, €145
Yena Top, €145


Founded in 2014 by Paulina Pyszkiewicz, LeBrand creates timeless collections that help women build wardrobes that reflect their unique lives. The label blends classic and contemporary designs, using sustainable production methods and natural materials. The result is functional yet creative pieces – look out for masculine silhouettes and suiting with soft fabrics and colours.

The Yena top is a standout piece from the new collection. Made of soft cotton – and available in black, white and orchid pink – this sculptural top has an adjustable bubble hem and draped shoulders for a flattering fit. We love it paired with the Cody pants – a timeless cigarette trouser. For a special occasion, opt for the pink shade and the coordinating Tole skirt.

Visit LeBrand.eu


Carolina Wong

London-based Carolina Wong is becoming a serious force on the jewellery scene. Her experimentation with material has been pushing boundaries ever since she graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design back in 2011. She also channels the experience of time spent across four continents into her designs. Demonstrating her eye for detail and commitment to sustainability, her pieces are wearable art.

The Motion Series exemplifies Carolina’s style: its architectural boldness is offset with feminine pearls. Unique and customisable, the Wavy80 is a versatile accessory that can be worn as a long necklace, choker or bangle. The Wavy earrings are more modest but, like the Wavy80, their brass coils can be manipulated for an unusual asymmetrical look.

Visit CarolinaWong.co.uk


Studio Amelia

Debuting back in 2019, Studio Amelia quickly became a brand to watch. Refusing to accept standard mass production methods, it releases only two key collections a year – each one offering seasonless, transitional pieces.

Studio Amelia’s footwear walks the fine line between timeless and stylish – not trend led but trend adjacent. The latest collection is simple, elegant and stylish. Amid the strappy stilettos and classic flats, a particular favourite is the croissant heel, which refreshes 90s mule styles with a padded leather upper and elegant square toe. It’s versatile enough to see you through from a smart-casual dress code to a glam night out.

Visit StudioAmelia.co


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