New Designers On Our Radar That Are Perfect For Dubai

Diana Bell-Heather   |   03 - 01 - 2019

We can’t wait to update our ‘never-ending-summer’ wardrobe with these exciting brands.


Cecilie Bahnsen


new designers 2019 Cecilie Bahnsen


This is a luxury clothing label based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Drawing on a rich culture of design, the collections combine couture craftsmanship with sculptural silhouettes, reinterpreted for a contemporary audience. Each garment is handmade with traditional techniques, intricate detailing and uniquely designed fabrics to present a timeless expression of modern femininity.




new designers 2019 aje


AJE is an Australian fashion house dedicated to raw beauty, tough femininity and effortless cool. Founded in 2008 by best friends, Adrian Norris and Edwina Forest, the cult brand pays homage to Australia’s quintessential coastal and urban style through a curated mix of effortless essentials and statement occasion pieces.




new designers 2019 sir the label


Another Aussie label which is ideal for the Dubai climate, SIR is an acronym for ‘separates’, ‘intimates’ and ‘ready-to-wear’. So expect ruffled dresses and floaty separates that convey an undeniably feminine mood, that are reworked from season to season.




new designers 2019 Ferian


Taking its name from the Old English for ‘to carry ’ and particularly referenced passage over water, Ferian designs bags and jewellery. The handbags are made in the West Midlands of England using hand-worked saddlery techniques that established the factory’s reputation in the 1800s, while the jewellery is hand crafted in London with each piece produced in limited quantities using the ancient technique of lost wax casting.




new designers 2019 Germanier


Central Saint Martins graduate Kevin Germanier is making sustainability look avant-garde with his use of upcycled fabrics and discarded materials like beads. With his innovating approach to design, he dreams up sculptural jackets, glitter-strewn dresses and sharply spliced skirts that are perfect statement-makers.