With New York Fashion Week in full swing, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity to celebrate the talented group of up and coming designers that will most likely dictate what’s trending in the next 2-3 years. Between unique 80s inspired designers, and the focus on somewhat unexpected details, we’re in for a treat for 2020.
Kikka and Marco – “the perfect fusion”
Maximalism meets minimalist with this UK brand called 16Arlington. Think sequins, feathers and crystal-embellished denims as a favourite for the red carpet! This designer is bringing back fun in fashion with playful and tasteful designs which have a touch of glamour.
After Marco and Kikka met at university, the London-based pair originally from Italy, decided to launch their brand together, to create a perfect fusion of their respective styles and tastes. Kikka is more minimalist, she has a sort of Scandinavian approach to ready-to-wear fashion, whereas Marco is much more couture focused, and enjoys playing with embellishments and surprising elements. You can expect a high glamour story with some dramatic details and perfect tailoring with those two, and we can’t wait to see more of their coming collections.
Aurore Van Milhem – “delicate feminism”
Now moving on to a Parisian-based designer called Aurore Van Milhem (I promise I am not biased on the name). Aurore’s e-shop already sells out every week since its launch and for good reason! Her pieces are handmade delicate blouses, dresses and much more. All her pieces are feminine and will make any woman feel special and sexy.
What do we love? The fact that she likes to model her own pieces on her social media, making it very inspirational for all for all of us here at TWC to see a real woman wearing her designs.
Kelsey Randall – “cool meets young”
And finally, we’re happy to introduce Kelsey Randall who is based in Brooklyn, NY. The designer is the ultimate crowd pleaser for the younger and cooler crowds. Her designs include babydoll dresses, festival-ready ensembles, and amazing mermaid-like bridal gowns you will die for.
Although we wouldn’t consider her completely up and coming, as her designs have already been worn by Lorde for example, we’re pretty sure her creations will get more and more of a recognition in the upcoming years. Looking for your next Coachella outfit to blow away the crowds? She’s your gal!
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