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Panic over, everyone: your new dress – you know, for that thing you’ve got coming up – is right here. So keep calm, scroll on, and get acquainted with the coolest brands that will have your back this summer (literally).


Introducing: Rejina Pyo

It’s a bit of an understatement to say that we’re all just a little bit obsessed with Rejina Pyo at the moment. From South Korea but based in London, creative director Pyo’s design ethos exudes quiet luxury with a dash of design flair – think oversized shell buttons on sleek blazers, squishy-soft barrel handbags and patch-pocketed shirt dresses.  


Make way for: Olivia Rubin

Bright, bold and completely brilliant, Olivia Rubin’s your go-to for seriously good sundown dresses. Rubin – a Central Saint Martins graduate – cut her teeth at Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Dior before setting up her eponymous label, so you know you’re in good stead. Pairs best with a marquee and a free bar.


No introductions needed: Ganni

Oh, Ganni. A firm favourite of ours for many a season now, it’s in a league of its own when it comes to playful, cool-girl dresses – and this summer’s no exception. On the hunt for a dress that’s definitely made for a party? Look no further than this leopard number – team it with a beaded-up headband, and let the compliments roll in.

Les Coyotes de Paris – dress / Rejina Pyo – shirt (worn underneath) / Medea – green tote and pink tote (available in store) / Celine – heels (available in store) / Susan Alexandra – earrings (coming soon)


Oh hi, Les Coyotes de Paris

When it comes to that laid-back, wear-it-literally-everywhere type of dress, Les Coyotes de Paris has it nailed. Based in Amsterdam but inspired by (and named after) Paris, Les Coyotes de Paris is a womenswear brand that completely exudes that fêted Parisian sense of style – timeless, effortless and 100% fuss-free. Oui oui.


Get to know: Rotate Birger Christensen

Rotate Birger Christensen founders Thora Valdimars and Jeanette Madsen know a thing or two about the requirements for a killer dress – the stylists and street-style influencers created their label together to make standout, statement pieces that turn heads. (Mission accomplished, ladies.)


Hello, Stine Goya

Copenhagen-based label Stine Goya walks that ever-so-tricky tightrope between being super romantic (floaty, swishy shapes and pastel shades) and super cool (off-beat prints, asymmetric cuts, vintage-style silhouettes). Can you expect anything less from those achingly fashionable Danes?

Stine Goya - dress / Simone Rocha – khaki tiara and sandals

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Pssst - did you like the look of the accessories featured above? Well, stay tuned for our round-up of spring’s best throwback accessories, coming next week…