The Label Monster is curating the world’s cult labels for you

The world’s cult labels at your fingertips.

Cult labels are so-called because they are often obscured from the public eye and known only to a certain few. But now the secret is out and The Label Monster is giving you an insider’s look into the world of cult fashion.

It carefully selects emerging designers and cult labels from all corners of the earth to bring to your fingertips, making it easier for you to shop the world from your own bedroom.

And as if its collection wasn’t comprehensive enough, The Label Monster has just introduced four new brands and three new collections in the past two weeks. Here’s a quick run-down of each:

Frame Denim (Los Angeles): seasonless fashion and quality staples are back with basic jeans, jackets and suits undictated by trends.

Mosca (South Korea): meaning “fly” in Italian, an innovative collection that reminds us to not neglect the irritating or trivial things in our lives.

Ariya Sacca (South Korea): melds traditional ‘Hanbok’ with the modern world to create a chic, flowing design that falls gently over the body. 

Silent by Damir Doma (Paris): minimalism and monochromatic tones to last beyond the season, contrasting Optic White against Vintage Black.

Injury (Australia): seasonal graphic prints driven by chic and modern silhouettes, “a situation of INJURY when you are cut or sewn, same as fabrics.”

BLK DNM (New York): a denim-heavy range with accents of leather and a whole lot of fringing.

And finally, for all FJ readers out there, The Label Monster is offering you a 20% discount from April 15-22 when you use the code FJLOVESTLM. (Not valid for Carrie K, Gala, Moss Audio).


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