New upcoming brands in London

New upcoming brands in London
New upcoming brands in London

LunaDel Pinal


LUNA DEL PINAL'S story began during a trip to Guatemala where textile designers Gabriela Luna and Corina del Pinal intended to master one of the oldest weaving techniques in the world.

The brand revolves around the concept of slow fashion and aims to support the indigenous and historical art by employing local artists and craftspeople of Guatemala to create ethical, hand-made garments. The brand’s aim is to create contemporary and fashion-forward designs, whilst supporting native artists and contributing to a positive change for the local communities.


Rejina Pyo


Rejina Pyo is a London based fashion brand built upon a philosophy that explores dressing as an everyday phenomenon, both mundane and extraordinary, for women all over the world. Rejina Pyo is not concerned with promoting quick or short-term trends. Instead, it is focused on building longterm relationships and evolving over time. 


Erika Maish

Los Angeles born designer Erika Maish showed her debutMaster's collection at London Fashion Week in February 2019. She graduated from both the MA Fashion Program and BA Textile Program at Central Saint Martins. Maish's aesthetic is heavily influenced by early travels throughout theAmerican Southwest and the Los Angeles communities she grew up around. Her work is underlined by a strong focus on details and craftsmanship. She experiments with materials to challenge assumptions about what clothes can be made from and what they feel like.




and Verv is a London based contemporary womenswear brand.Eschewing ideas of trends or seasons, our intention is to create - with consideration - a continuous conversation with our woman. The brand seeks to return to something soft and deliberate, with a focus on timelessness and a refined sense of ease. 




Renowned for her signature stripy and rainbow-hued designs,Olivia Rubin has already established herself as a vibrant style visionary. Not only has she already been featured by the likes of Vogue and Sunday Times Style, her pieces have also made their way into the hands of fashion bloggers and celebrities such as HollyWilloughby, Tamsin Egerton, Eva Chen and more.


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