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9 Up-and-Coming Fashion Designers of 2019

With the new year come new opportunities for an updated wardrobe. What better way to stick to those resolutions than with a closet full of clothes that get you feeling confident, inspired, and ready to take on the world?

Check out this list of some of the up-and-coming fashion designers of 2019.

The Up-and-Coming Fashion Designers of 2019

Jeanette Madsen and Thora Valdimars

Rotate

The two friends created this line that plays to a woman’s desire to be feminine and extravagant—their party dresses are just that. Copenhagen stylist Emili Sindlev is often seen wearing Rotate’s affordable and chic dresses.

Kerby Jean-Raymond

Pyer Moss

Although the brand was founded in 2013, Pyer Moss captured attention in September 2018 with their fashion line that embraced and celebrated black culture. Jean-Raymond was named the winner of 2018’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Award—we’ll be seeing much more of Pyer Moss.

Dima Chayun and Anton Yakshyn

Chakshyn

This Ukrainian brand has everything from pearl bralettes to trendy trench coats. The reimagined suiting and artistry that goes into their pieces offers a modern, art-inspired beauty to femininity and masculinity.

Mayte Allende

Bande Noir

A mix of ‘80s and ‘90s silhouettes and intricate detailing, Bande Noir’s first collection has us begging for more. With delicate touches and flashy fabrics, you’ll definitely want one of Allende’s pieces in your closet.

Bessi Afnaim Corral and Oliver Corral

Arjé

Once you see one of these pieces, you won’t be able to say no. From luxe shearling coats to must-have sweaters, Arjé has pieces for both menswear and womenswear.

Sabrina and Patricia Tachdijan

Tach Clothing

A cropped cardigan? The piece is becoming a look all strive to imitate thanks to Tach Clothing. The sisters’ small brand has vintage-inspired pieces that beg to be put in your closet and worn with some of your favorite mom jeans.

Kelsey Randall

Kelsey Randall

Looking for something to wear to Coachella? Look no further; Kelsey Randall’s line has everything you need for festival season, and so much more. She hand-crafts each piece so you know you’re getting something made with love and a whole lot of talent.

Alana Johnson

Orseund Iris

From corsets to the highly-coveted silk open back blouse, Alana Johnson struck gold with her collection. Her sweaters and blouses are sure to take over closets and the streets.

Lauren Arapage and Joshua Shaub

Anemone

The up-and-coming swimwear line inspired by ‘90s Kate Moss, Anemone has people begging for heat and sunshine during the winter months. From high-waisted floral patterns to cheeky leopard print suits, these are the outfits you’ll post a picture in.

Written by Logan Voss

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