10 Underrated Brands to Watch This Fashion Month

Remember their names.

As Fashion Month approaches once again, it’s often far too easy to get caught up in the riptide of big name brands and fashion houses. While these brands are iconic and their designs much anticipated here at Couturesque, we also take a vested interest in the work of emerging designers and underrated brands, and strongly urge our readers to do so as well. There are many treasures to be found in the work of smaller names and the opportunity to discover a name and icon before anyone else is a thrill for any fashion fanatic. 

In order to help you down the road of fashion discovery, here are 10 underrated brands to take note of this fashion week.




Founded by Canadian sister duo Chloe and Parris Gordon, Beaufille is quickly becoming the favourite brand of stylists and celebrities and has been worn by Elle Fanning, Selena Gomez, and Chloe Wise.



Ashley Williams may only have graduated in 2012, but her collections are already stocked at Colette, Joyce, and Selfrdiges and she recently collaborated with Swarovski.


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We'll be heading to Collina Strada's next presentation at New York Fashion Week this season, and we can't wait to see what this emerging designer has in store.



Mimi Wade is a recent graduate of Central Saint Martins, where her graduate collection landed her a spot at Fashion East for Spring/Summer 2017 at London Fashion Week.


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Molly Goddard is one of London's youngest fashion darlings, with her signature tulle ballerina dresses getting attention on the cover of global glossies like Teen Vogue, Vogue Korea, and i-D.


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M.Martin launched in 2014 and has been serving up modern, elegant looks ever since.


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Last year, CR Fashion Book dubbed Claudia Li one of the most exciting designers of New York Fashion Week.


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The HAIM sisters love Marta Jakubowski's work (and so do we).



Shrimps is now a regular on the London Fashion Week circuit, but they continue to expand their repertoire from outerwear and fur, to printed tops and accessories.



While studying, Jamie worked at Alexander McQueen and Christopher Kane, before going on to launch her namesake label in 2013.


Read more: Speaking of collections, have you seen the MTV collaboration that Marc Jacobs just dropped?  We also made a guide to our favourite emerging brands from Scandinavia.




~ ABOUT THE AUTHOR ~
Xenia Klein is our Fashion Features Editor and she hails from London, where she is studying fashion and running a super cool Instagram presence.
 

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