Want something that's worthy of a hashtag? Then this LA-based label #isyou. Handbags like the bucket Moreau and PVC Shirley made STAUD (founded by Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto) an Instagram and street-style favorite, and the brand's sleekly bold ready-to-wear also deserves a social media shot. Look to its own impeccable account for inspo.
If you're on the hunt for a pretty dress, best friends Henrietta Rix and Orlagh McCloskey's label RIXO has options. The London-based duo creates easy-to-wear vintage-inspired pieces in vivid prints that work as well with heels as they do with chic sneakers. It's no wonder fashion editors and buyers can't get enough of the flattering styles in candy colors.
Matthew Adams Dolan reimagines preppy basics with an irreverent nod to our nation's sartorial signifiers—like the business suit, the utility belt and the prep school jacket. Catch the 2018 LVMH and CFDA finalist's off-kilter tailoring and oversized denim in music videos, fashion editorials and worn by off-duty celebs. And this is just the start for the young designer.
Designer Stine Goya has a reputation for florals that pop like fireworks across feminine dresses. Recently, her Copenhagen label has been putting these saturated—often hand-painted—prints on suiting, too. This inherent playfulness balanced by her knowing hand makes Stine Goya's dresses and separates boldly joyful additions to our weekly wardrobe (and Instagram account).
Cofounder and creative director Anne-Fleur Broudehoux, named one of the best designers of her generation, believes that clothes should be a "passport to happiness." A favorite among A-list French and American actresses, Roseanna's spring collection was inspired by female racecar drivers and delivers high-octane style.