Reese Cooper’s street style

Since 2016, Reese Cooper has been offering his own vision of casual, urban style. Made for men and women alike, his collections aim to be contemporary and slightly nonchalant, featuring practical, cutting-edge looks.

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Holzweiler, a family story

Susanne Holzweiler and her brother Andreas launched their eponymous brand in 2012. Moving from the world of accessories to ready-to-wear, the Norwegian label is today one of the most fashionable Scandinavian brands! Focus.

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In New York, colourful young up-and-coming designers

In the winter torpor of New York Fashion Week, two under-the-radar designers – Tomo Koizumi and Sies Marjan – got themselves noticed with collections boasting flamboyant colour palettes. A genuine ode to creativity in a transatlantic fashion landscape regularly accused of faint-heartedness.

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Danish style according to Rotate

Created by the influencer duo Jeanette Madsen and Thora Valdimars, the brand Rotate creates bold and colourful pieces inspired by the disco years. A closer look at the new Danish brand to discover right away!

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Cecilie Bahnsen’s neo-romantic style

Chic and contemporary, Cecilie Bahnsen’s neo-romantic style is now available in over 60 points of sale worldwide, including the famous Selfridges at the heart of London and Dover Street Market, a New York fashion mecca.

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