At Who What Wear UK, our editors are clearly just as obsessed with Zara as our readers are. Although sometimes we don't want to own the exact same items as our friends and co-workers. While you might consider yourself a British high-street expert (and can differentiate Warehouse from River Island any day), there are a number of lesser-known brands with similar price points that perhaps you haven't have heard of yet.
Uterqüe has long been our favourite online destination for pieces you won't see everyone else wearing, and our editors wish they could keep Scandinavian brand Weekday and Singaporean accessories label Charles & Keith a secret. Last year also saw the launch of another affordable brand, Kitri, which creates expensive-looking tailoring and shirts. So if you need a change from Zara, consider this your essential payday shopping list. Scroll below to shop our edit of the four best high-street labels you might not have heard of yet.
It might be fashion’s biggest night of the year, but that doesn’t mean beauty takes a backseat on the Met Gala red carpet. And Monday night’s “gilded glamour” theme saw many celebs up the fashion ante even further with their chosen beauty
Canadian designer Kathryn Bowen created three looks for Kim Kardashian View this post on Instagram A post shared by Kathryn Bowen (@kathrynbowen__) Kim Kardashian is channeling her inner Canadian thanks to Toronto-based designer Kathryn Bowen