In honor of International Women's Day (March 8th), we are showcasing some of our beloved women-founded brands from across the globe. Today, we celebrate women's accomplishments and achievements everywhere as we stride toward gender equality and female empowerment.
anna quan

Australian designer Anna Huong is known for her iconic reinterpretations of classic style. Her label, ANNA QUAN, focuses on tailoring and wearable silhouettes loved by street style enthusiasts. Oversized blazers, deconstructed shirts, and timeless pleated pants elevate everyday styles with superior attention to detail.


hayley menzies

Hayley Menzies' design training began at London College of Fashion where she studied design and styling. Her career took a meandering route through London’s wild rave scene where in these years as a rock n’ rolling stone her unique aesthetic took shape. In 2011, her sharp edits amassed a fast and loyal following of stylish women who inspired Hayley to set up her own women's contemporary brand made for life’s refined rebels.



Macgraw is a contemporary designer fashion label founded by sisters, Beth and Tessa Macgraw, based in Australia. Launched in 2012, the sister duo designers' collections are known for their fresh take on femininity, mixed with a youthful touch. Their own unique prints are also hand-drawn in-house by Tessa. 


rachel comey

New York designer Rachel Comey focuses her line on the relationship between the materials used and the diversity of the women wearing the pieces. A consistent design practice for the brand is to pose questions: How can fabrics and techniques be engaged to formulate new ways to rethink, change or relate our everyday experiences? With each collection, a conversational approach to design provokes an insightful response to what it means to think and wear RC clothing.


rejina pyo

Rejina Pyo is a London based fashion brand built upon a philosophy that explores dressing as an everyday phenomenon, both mundane and extraordinary, for women all over the world. Wanting to contribute something special to this daily ritual, Pyo's vision is to create modern, wearable pieces that encourage individual instincts and maintain relevance and quality over time. Rejina Pyo is not concerned with promoting quick or short-term trends, instead the brand is focused on building long term relationships and evolving with our wearers over time.



SMYTHE was launched in 2004 by two friends, Andrea Lenczner and Christie Smythe. Coming from two different business backgrounds and design styles, the women were on a unified mission to perfect one thing: the women’s blazer. Advanced styling, methodical tailoring, impeccable construction and designed to embolden the women who wear it; SMYTHE is the perfect, perfectly fitted blazer. After 15 years, they've expanded beyond blazers to a full ready-to-wear collection. 



Founded by sisters Domitille and Angélique, Soeur is a brand created for sisters. Their mission is to dress all women, regardless of age or style, and to embody who we are with sensitivity and simplicity. There is more than one way to be a Soeur. By blood or marriage, because we grew up side by side or because we chose each other; whether there are two or ten of us; because we found each other or because we sought each other out. SOEUR for sincerity, for authenticity.


stine goya

Designer Stine Goya established her namesake brand in Denmark, Copenhagen in 2006. Her four seasonal collections, artist collaborations and fashion shows continue to receive international acclaim thanks to their signature marriage of color and print. Stine Goya strives to be open and transparent in regards to their commitment to sustainability and social responsibility by implementing a company-wide strategy to ensure the welfare of the planet.

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