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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.