The Nigerian designer draws on her African roots, her love of travel, and elements of nature to create her eponymous lineup of boldly colorful yet feminine resort wear and swim.
The editor-founded, NYC-based label and iconic California surf brand make waves with a limited-edition collection of swimwear, cover-ups, and more beach-day essentials drenched in whimsical prints.
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Checkerboard and random facet cuts reveal the inner brilliance of semiprecious gemstones.
Free People’s fitness collection is full of performance-ready styles you’ll want to wear way beyond the gym (think coordinating sets in bright colors and fun prints).
The laid-back diffusion line from designers Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez delivers effortless everyday essentials like oversized canvas totes.
We’ve teamed up with the award-winning Queen of Prints on an exclusive 18-piece collection that cannot be missed.
You’ll want to live in the L.A. label’s of-the-moment ribbed knits.
What we love: The effortless translation of Copenhagen cool on lug-sole boots, boldly printed bags, and more It-girl essentials.
Dior’s sporty new collection of logoed visors will keep you chic and sun-safe all season long.
French influencer Anne-Laure Mais designs sultry knit wrap tops and cutout dresses inspired by her friends and muses.
Seventies-style clogs are back like they never left—and no one does them better than this Stockholm-based, sustainably minded brand
The tennis pro’s swimwear capsule is full of ace styles, from sultry cutouts to animal-print jacquards.
The ultimate in self-love essentials from our favorite female-led and body-positive brands.
Stunning, embellished shoes for saying your “I dos” (or just dancing the night away as the best-dressed guest).
The Malibu-based swimwear brand tapped the actress, singer, and fellow California native to design a new line of mix-and-match two-pieces in splashy ’70s-inspired prints.
Inspired by the personal collections of Amsterdam-based designer Irem Sesigur, the eclectic jewelry collection was made to be mixed and matched for a unique look.
Founded by a former fashion editor, this chic minimalist label specializes in asymmetric bikinis and sleek one-pieces in sculpting, sustainable fabrics.
Founded in 2012 by veteran intimates designer Jennifer Zuccarini, the luxe lingerie brand is beloved by the fashion set for its rich fabrics (think French lace and satin) and coquettish designs.
Model-turned-designer Amber Tolliver’s size-inclusive lingerie aims to provide all women with undergarments that make them feel good.
The Parisian designer puts a breezy, bohemian spin on French-girl standbys like striped blouses and wide-leg trousers.
The sweetest mom-and-me pajamas, crafted of the finest, softest cotton.
For the rustic-romantic: Vintage-inspired pieces like poet blouses and housedresses.
Innovative eight-way compression fabrics and sleek silhouettes give this New York–based activewear brand a street-style vibe.
Tied around a ponytail, woven through a braid, or wrapped bandana-style, colorful printed designs banish bad hair days instantly.
The South Korean handbag label draws its inspiration and its name from the elegant female lead of the film The Talented Mr. Ripley.
Gleefully oversized, emblazoned with logos, or awash in bold prints, the tote is back and this time she’s ready to play.
This eponymous brand started with a stylish goal: Create the perfect one-piece. Today those streamlined suits include plunging necklines, strappy backs—and belted bikinis—for bodies of all shapes and sizes.
The rare shoe that delivers style, comfort, and a few extra inches, the most in-demand versions effortlessly pair with off-duty shorts and breezy dresses.
Though the aptly named label achieved cult status with its crescent-shaped Ark clutch, it’s designer Jasmin Hekmat’s vintage-inspired ready-to-wear that we’re all talking about this season.
Worn around the neck like a pendant, dangling off the wrist, or draped crossbody, these itty-bitty bags were made for carrying true essentials only—a darling excuse to lighten your load.
The Madrid-based fashion house may be known for its luxe leather goods (a favorite of Spanish royalty), but its sunnies are equally chic.
Spotted on more sophisticated silhouettes than ever—think structured satchels and braided mules—you could say that weave become totally obsessed.
The eponymous London illustrator’s signature prints bring a touch of whimsy to every day.
Why we love it: Made from organic cottons and recycled fabrics, it’s luxe lounge that’s also eco-chic.
From breezy resort shirts and beachy beads to boho dresses and woven sandals, spring’s airiest styles are the escape we all need now.
Everyone’s favorite fabric get a seasonal update with lighter ribbed fabrics and second-skin fits.
Cofounded by Sarah Staudinger and George Augusto, the L.A. brand turns out timeless ready-to-wear and accessories that have amassed a devoted celeb following.
Crisp and bright, the baby-blue wash feels utterly optimistic for the season ahead.
The new season’s accessories pay homage to the British label’s punk-inspired beginnings.
The breezy boho label teams up with the cheeky British knickers brand for a covetable collection of lace-trimmed bikini briefs, T-shirt bras and soft loungewear in sustainable fabrics.
New in our Shop for Good curation spotlighting Black designers: bold, colorful handbags from twin designers (and ministers!).
What we’re eyeing: Exquisitely embellished styles influenced by the French-Mexican designer’s travels.
What we’re eyeing: Unique statement pieces straight from the designer’s workshop in New York’s picturesque Hudson Valley.
Designer Tiarra Smallwood’s superchic handbags have landed in our Shop for Good lineup of Black-owned labels we love.
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