In the fashion world, everyone veers towards what the trends are — what’s hot, what’s new — and sometimes during fashion week, it’s not only the major designers that catch our eyes, but those in the making! So, we’ve rounded up some of our favorites who we’re sure will take the industry by storm, just you wait and see!
Founded by fashion designer Jee Young Lee, her line JEE is a basic, modern, clean approach to spring time ready-to-wear pieces. Did we mention this is her first line ever?!
W by Wenjun
As a young girl, designer Wenjun said her passion for art and design was purely natural instinct. Although her SS16 collection is not up on her site, you can navigate through her previous collections and believe us, you’ll want to bookmark her site and wait for the new collection to be up!
Jewels by Durrani
You can catch her on the new hit E! show, Dash Dolls, and you’ll also find her creating jewelry for her new line which is now sold in DASH stores. Designer and celebrity Durrani Popal’s jewels are exactly what you need.
Designer Arianne Elmy uses her platform for people to question society and themselves and has used her SS16 collection to do just that. Her collection titled, “Waste,” is edgy, and modern, utilizing cool tones. Part of her collection is also shoppable on her site.
Based in Hong Kong, Cecilia Ma takes a walk on the wild side with their unique jewelry and accessory lines. Now being sold around the world, you’re going to walk to get your hands on one of their beautiful clutches – can we honestly just start collecting them?
Jena Weir, owner of Jena Weir Sales, has this magical portion on her site called “Private Party” and we won’t be surprised if it’s completely sold out by the time you get to the site! I mean, how can Beyonce’s best quotes not sell on if they’re on clothing?
We got to peek inside the look book of Natalie’s SS16 jewelry line and we can’t deny that we definitely liked what we saw! And you better believe it, Natalie sculpts each piece by hand from recycled metals and ethically sourced gemstones.
Designer Shahla Karimi began her journey as a jewelry designer in 2014 where she launched her first line. She is influenced by her Native American and Persian roots and we definitely are crazy about all the turquoise!