This season however, five new labels have stood out in our memory that are worth mentioning here as labels everyone should keep their eye on. seen by fashion editors and buyers.
1 || Tomo Koizumi
Japanese designer Tomo Koizumi’s show was the talk of New York Fashion Week.
Model Rowan Blanchard opened the show, Bella Hadid walked the runway as well.. Renown make up artist Pat McGrath spearheaded makeup. Koizumi created quite a buzz with his knock out rainbow tulle designs.. It became popular for the show with the ‘giant dresses’… The show took place at Madison’s Avenue Marc Jacobs store.
2 || Hanger
British-Japanese Claire Yurika Davis’s brand HANGER is sustainable, season-less and sci-fi-inspired, the designer uses a lot of latex. In 2016 the young designer was awarded the ‘Fashion Discovery Award’ from ASOS and the brand is currently stocked on ASOS, Opening Ceremony and Selfridges.
3 || Caroline Hu
Rumor has it that Caroline Hu’s designs brought Rodarte into our minds, moreover, her dresses are thought to be Oscars material..Hu’s designs stood out as being romantic and painterly… Her very feminine designs mostly in pastel hues were paired with slouchy socks and chunky shoes. Caroline Hu is becoming the designer to love in NYC!
4 || Coperni
Not exactly brand new, French label Coperni was relaunched just in time for fall 2019. Coperni’s Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant’s collection now features “real life” pieces; suits, shirting, knits, tees, and dresses and the soon-to-be It bag, an oval-shaped bag in stamped croc, great sandals, and suiting and shirting.
5 || Graham Tyler
Graham Tyler has created gorgeous headpieces for Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, and Beyoncé. But the emerging designer does so much more than that, as evidenced by his debut New York Fashion Week presentation, in February. In a palette that was completely devoid of color, Tyler’s tailored jacquard pieces were influenced by traditional pilgrim and Amish wear, his childhood, and a mural in his family’s church. It is very fitting that Tyler’s tagline on his Instagram profile reads “memory in cloth.”
6 || Susan Fang
Chinese Susan Fang’s namesake London-based label was just short-listed for the prestigious LVMH Prize. After working at both Céline and Stella McCartney, she decided to launch her own line, with mathematics as a key point of inspiration and innovative textiles a key focus. Consider yourself lucky upon owning one of her covetable bags and jewelry, which are made with clear baubles and are as fun to play with as they are to wear.