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From one-arm tops to organic-shaped jewels, these are the four up-and-coming designers you need to look out for on Net-A-Porter.

After a stint at Céline with Phoebe Philo, Peter Do created his namesake label by exploring his own version of modernity in the form of beautifully cut, standout shirting and innovative separates. While Do’s speciality is tailoring, he wishes to fulfill all the needs of the contemporary wardrobe.

Positioning itself as the intelligent choice for the thinking woman, Commission takes its inspiration from diverse sources such as globalisation, New York, youth culture and corporate dressing. The result is a line of smart clothing for the modern working woman.

Berlin-based Anne Manns creates sculptural jewellery with nature in mind. Her minimalist aesthetic is perfectly articulated in a collection that was inspired by peas and aubergines. Having a background in fashion design, Manns gained experience in the world of fashion, but her interest in jewelry design and its craftmanship was something she couldn’t ignore.

Ratio et Motus was launched in 2018 by Angela Wang and Daniel Li and focuses on creating fine leather goods in classic styles with a modern twist. Utilising Italian craftmanship and considered design details, the brand produces products with longevity in mind.

Watch a behind-the-scenes video of our shoot with Peter Do, Commission, Anne Manns and Ratio et Motus below or see the full shoot in our March issue.


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