New Year, New You, New 2019 wardrobe. Same old line with a different number at the end of the year. January 2019, will see spikes in gym memberships across the country and world, a new diet plan, and a wave of people abstaining from alcohol for what will last 1 week into January. So despite wanting to live the month of January in Nike compression leggings, to keep up the impression that you are in control as Miss Universe. You might want to consider what how your 2019 wardrobe should be shaping up.
To some, frantically listing or using the Vestaire Collective Concierge to clean out the ‘non-trending’ elements of their wardrobe is a requirement for January. For others, this is a chance to top up knowledge on either emerging designers or simply brands that do not come front of mind. Being the start of the year we want to focus efforts on the warmer elements of the wardrobe, giving you 5 luxury designers you should be wearing at the start of 2019.
ENFÖLD has a thing for reworking sartorial essentials. This Japanese house plays with asymmetric profiles and tulle however each piece is designed aiming to build the staple which will remain in the wardrobe and not as a season trend.
The London based designer Cheng Peng designs an aesthetic that holds no boundaries. He dances between beauty and ugliness. Focusing on accentuating personal features. Peng designs pieces suitable for both over-sized and skinny masses by comparing body shapes among individuals.
Chloe Gosselin is a mix of French cool and Italian craftsmanship. A merging of contemporary art and design, music and vintage artefacts, results in a collection that is not trend led. Each shoe is designed in her New York studio and handmade in a remote town a few miles from central Milan.
Lorena Antoniazzi specialises in Altagamma knitwear, using prestigious yarns and innovative techniques. Born in Perugia in 1993. By Lorena, creative director, and her husband Luca Mirabassi.
innovative pop art inspired designs capturing a distinct Tokyo aesthetic. With apparel created as a canvas, AMBUSH has evolved into designing unisex collections.