5 New Fashion Brands to Know at Fenwick

With this year’s Spring Summer collections starting to hit shelves, the end of a long, cold winter is (almost) in sight! We’ve been eyeing up the latest contemporary fashion brands launching at Fenwick, and picked our favourite five you won’t want to miss this season.

From Velvet by Graham and Spencer’s clean cut contemporary classics to Donna Ida’s effortlessly cool denim, plus Cult Gaia’s must-have geometric bags, we’re thrilled to welcome such exciting, fresh new brands to our roster for SS18. Here, we introduce you to just five of them, along with the hero products from each range that may well creep into your shopping bag this season.

Cult Gaia

LA based brand Cult Gaia’s vintage inspired designs have grown in popularity since the fame of their coveted ‘Ark’ bag – a crescent-shaped bamboo clutch that became last year’s Summer must-have. Created by designer Jasmin Larian, the laser-cut designs are proudly produced using sustainable practices. This season sees the return of the eye-catching geometric bags with colourful and acrylic additions we can't wait to get our hands on! 

Available at Fenwick of Bond Street


Velvet BY GRAHAM & SPENCER

Founded in 1997 with a vision to create fashion forward t-shirts embodying the laid-back luxe style of LA, Velvet by Graham & Spencer has evolved into a timeless contemporary brand, creating long-lasting clean staples. The brand's aesthetic is reflected in it's range of dyed and washed denim, as well as versatile light, feminine printed blouses and dresses.

Available at Fenwick of Bond StreetBracknell, Brent CrossCanterburyKingstonTunbridge Wells

King & TuckFIELD

Inspired by a combination of 1950’s shapes and a clean modern elegance, premium fashion brand King and Tuckfield produce refined casual wear with a contemporary twist. Taking inspiration from founder Stacey Wood’s British heritage, the brand specialises in quality materials, and have paved the way as masters in denim with clean cut shapes that flatter the body. Popular pieces for the season include easy to wear denim dresses, jumpsuits and skirts, as well as delicate fine knits.

Available at Fenwick of Bond Street


Forte Forte

Designed and produced entirely in Italy, Forte Forte Clothing was created in 2002 by siblings Giada Forte and Paolo Forte. Known for producing trend-led, fluid and feminine pieces using the finest Italian fabrics, the brand’s handcrafted techniques produce a creative edit of classic separates in soft silhouettes. Don't miss their eye-catching printed silk blouses, cropped trousers and robe-inspired jackets.

Available at Fenwick of Bond Street, Newcastle 

Donna Ida

Starting with a small boutique in London's Chelsea, Donna Ida Thornton formed her brand in 2012 after spotting a gap in the market for specialised premium denim. Inspired by Donna's grandmother Ida, the brand designs denim-focused collections with pieces representing the different personalities and moods of women who would be in Ida's modern day girl squad. Hailed as a 'Jeans Genius', Donna continues to develop cool, versatile and relevant denim pieces to anchor every modern wardrobe.

Available at Fenwick Brent Cross, Newcastle

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By Ellie Hamilton