After 47 years, Browns, the beloved British retailer, has rolled out a rebranding. Led by new CEO Holli Rogers and powered by new owners Farfetch, the launch's biggest talking point is how much new talent is in the fold. Here, five of our favourite emerging labels featured on the site.
Even before we featured her in our October issue, we've always had a thing for Rejina Pyo. If you're looking for artful, contemporary clothes that never stray into costume territory, she's your woman.
Maryam Nassir Zadeh
Maryam Nassir Zadeh may have made a name for herself through her frequently imitated Roberta pumps, but the clothes are just as good. Effortless dressing has never looked so easy.
For Restless Sleepers
The least problematic of any 'Blurred Lines', For Restless Sleepers make pyjamas so good that you'll be struggling to choose between wearing them in bed or at a bar. Do yourself a favour and embrace both.
Another alumna of our Labels To Love, Brother Vellies is a footwear label with sustainability on the brain. Founder Aurora James has evolved her collection of babouche slippers and moccasins to include stylish boots, heels and bags - all made in Africa.
When it comes to French brand Jour/Né, we go for the whimsical pieces and stay for the pleasantly surprising price points - it's all you need, really.