Where the runway meets the street

The Highsnobiety inboxes are inundated on a daily basis with new brands vying for a piece of the spotlight. So, to help you show off your vast knowledge of obscure fashion labels, each month we take a moment to introduce you to a fresh batch of upcoming talent.

If your label wants to be considered for future posts then, by all means, get in touch. Meanwhile, for more undiscovered talent, check out the rest of our Under the Radar series.

Check out a few of our favorite brands we found this week below, featuring talent from the UK, Australia, Russia and Germany.


From: Antwerp, Belgium and Victoria, Australia

In a Nutshell: Luxury performance outerwear fusing a slick, futuristic aesthetic with forward-thinking technical innovation.

Key Pieces: The quilted leather, goose down puffer jackets have been treated with special waterproofing techniques to provide next-level protection from the elements.

Anton Lisin

From: Moscow, Russia

In a Nutshell: Contemporary Russian streetwear presented in a tight color palette of red and black from former Gosha Rubchisnkiy model Anton Lisin.

Key Pieces: The red hoodie in #7 features an exaggerated hood that would eliminate any need for a scarf this winter.

Ullac Denim

From: London, UK, and Helsinki, Finland

In a Nutshell: Ethically produced, gender-neutral garments inspired by utility, function, people, places and Beastie Boys album covers.

Key Pieces: Their wide-legged denim (manufactured in Italy) is a hard-wearing pair of pants that were designed to be lived in.


From: London, UK

In a Nutshell: A practical, workwear-like collection designed to be a uniform for men looking to escape society’s gendered norms.

Key Pieces: The eye-grabbing orange construction pants come complete with cargo pockets and reflective strips.

Nicholas Daley

From: London, UK

In a Nutshell: Recently presented at LFW Men’s, Daley’s latest collection looks at the history of tweed in relation to one of his favorite genres of music: jazz.

Key Pieces: The loose-fitting herringbone overcoat in #4 is a beautifully timeless piece of outerwear.

Last Heirs

From: Berlin, Germany

In a Nutshell: An eclectic exploration of contemporary workwear with a club-kid twist and technical fabrics.

Key Pieces: The PVC rain jacket in #5 will keep you dry as you show off what you’re wearing (or in this case not wearing) underneath.

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