Gucci and Versace have their place in the fashion hall of fame, but these fresh new lines bring a youthful perspective to the upscale style game. Make room for a few in your wardrobe, and you’ll be turning heads left and right...
Acne Studios: The Scandinavian cult classic offers clean, minimalist designs. Acne Studios started in 1996 with only 100 pairs of raw denim jeans—a product they are still known for today.
Saint Laurent: Saint Laurent has been the epitome of edgy, youthful fashion since the 1960s. In 2012, they dropped the Yves, picked up Hedi Slimane, and pressed on making rocker-worthy duds.
Raf Simons: The Belgian designer was inspired to go into fashion after seeing a Maison Martin Margiela show in the early ’90s. His collections offer pieces with streetstyle inspo—especially his collabs with adidas.
AMI Alexandre Mattiussi: After designing for Marc Jacobs, Dior and Givenchy, Alexandre Mattiussi decided it was time to change up the industry. His line, AMI, is truly ready-to-wear—relaxed, elevated everyday pieces.
Balmain: In business for decades, Balmain has been raising its game of late. Quintessential military-inspired jackets and intricate leather detail are standout features of the line.
MSGM: Massimo Giorgetti and Paoloni Group joined together in 2008 to create a youthful, progressive line defined by bold prints and pairings.
3.1 Phillip Lim: Lim’s line is infused with inspiration from his native California: sophisticated sportswear, minimalist cuts, a nuanced palette and an overall laid-back aesthetic.
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