As an editor at Who What Wear, I constantly have my eye on what’s happening in the fashion scene. My days are filled with time spent writing stories to cover the latest trends and celebrity fashion, meetings to preview collections from up-and-coming brands, and dinners to celebrate launches from industry veterans. I’m also regularly combing through photos on Instagram to track the pulse of what’s happening in fashion at this moment and what fashion insiders are wearing. But what are the fashion brands I’m actually wearing on the regular? Ahead, I’m breaking it down.
You’ll notice that my wardrobe is built around investment pieces from luxury fashion brands—like my quilted Chanel bag and Burberry trench—which make a regular appearance in my weekly outfits and ground my looks. But I’m also always on the hunt for pieces from younger brands with more affordable price points. Dresses from Réalisation and Staud line my closet, and I wear jewelry from Bagatiba almost every day. Scroll on to see the top fashion brands I’m wearing and shop the exact pieces from my closet.
L.A.-based label Staud is my go-to for vintage-inspired pieces at great price points.
I always fall for the romance imbued in every piece from Dior.
Reéalisation designs the perfect easy printed dresses that always end up in my suitcase when I travel.
For timeless heels that I’ll wear for years and years, I always turn to Manolo.
Of all the denim I’ve tried, J Brand continues to top the list—especially the Heather jeans, which I’ve been wearing on repeat of late.
Budapest-based brand Nanushka exploded last year—and for good reason. It takes classic shapes and adds cool, unexpected details, like the cutout in this satin dress.
There’s no brand quite as iconic as Chanel, and everything the fashion house creates catches my eye. I picked up this quilted bag in Paris years ago, and it continues to be one of my most prized fashion pieces.
To me, By Far is one of the most exciting young labels. It started with shoes but then debuted a wildly successful bag collection last year. I haven’t stopped wearing these faux-croc boots since I ordered them a few months ago.
With everything from hollow hoop earrings to modern, sculptural necklaces, Bagatiba rules my jewelry box.
I have a healthy supply of pieces from Reformation in my closet, with everything from linen tops and dresses to a perfectly cut leather jacket.
This Burberry jacket was a gift from my parents years ago and one of the best fashion items I own. A true classic.
French label Jacquemus takes a fresh approach to fashion, turning out modern cuts I instantly want to own.
I always turn to Pixie Market for affordable interpretations of of-the-moment trends.