Hailey Beiber is definitely one to watch in terms of street style — in part to her stylist, Maeve Reilly (who admittedly is a style icon in her own right.) The 24-year-old model has been pulling some amazing fashionable looks this summer between her Paris vacation, red carpet appearances, and everything in between. And of course, we at GRAZIA took note.
When you’re a model like Bieber you can pretty much wear any designer or trend out there, however, she’s decided to make a point of supporting and promoting emerging designers in her recent looks. On July 9 the model wore a corset with matching pants from sustainable emerging brand Miaou to hubby Justin‘s first concert post-pandemic. Oh, and there was the laced-up moment from DUNDAS she posted on her IG earlier last week.
Below we did the work and found some of Bieber’s favorite emerging designers she’s been supporting this summer, including some of the exact pieces you can shop now.
Founded in 2016 by Alexia Elkaim, Miaou was created out of a personal need for a novel pair of jeans with the perfect fit for her curvy body — something that seemed to be missing in the market. The journey began with a single pair of pants focused on a single detail: the grommet. This signature piece quickly gained traction and turned into a line of matching sets and corsets, each piece reimaged into an original fit with a novel flare and print.
Peter Dundas launched his lifestyle brand in true DUNDAS style: with Beyonce Knowles at the 2017 Grammy Awards performing in a custom DUNDAS look. The DUNDAS brand is fabulously noted for sexy yet fabulously elegant evening wear made for those oh-so-special occasions. (i.e Jodie Turner-Smith also just wore the same dress Bieber did to the premiere of Zola on June 30.)
Aureum was created by co-founders and entrepreneurs, Cass DiMicco and Matthew Hoyle. Stemming from respective backgrounds in fashion and finance, the couple took their passion for style and brand-building to start their company from their NYC apartment. Inspired by vintage collections and also a modern approach to fashion, they wanted to create luxury jewelry for everyday wear.
The Queens, New York native started his brand at the age of only 21. Smith learned his craft from his grandmother who instilled a passion and skill for sewing and pattern making at a very young age. His distinctive and unique work sparked interest among fashion icons and risk-takers including Beyoncé, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Kim Kardashian, all of which were early supporters of the gifted designer since its formal debut in 2013.
Magda Butrym has created her own take on femininity, shaping a unique identity for women around the globe. She redefines craftsmanship, creating the contemporary vision of romanticism in fashion. She connects the past with the future, minimalism with sexiness, elegance with effortlessness, strength with sensitivity. Magda Butrym collaborates with independent artisans from all over Poland, enriching the highest quality fabrics with hand-knitted pieces, plaited leather, and hand-embroidered ornaments.