11 Australian Fashion Brands You'll Want to Know About Before Everyone Else

Not to play favorites, but Australian fashion brands are killing it lately. Sure, there are always certain countries that are known for their strong fashion presence (France, Japan, and Italy, to name a few). But recently, the emerging brands coming out of Australia are so good that we thought they deserved their own feature. Maybe it's the country's perpetual beach weather or maybe it's the population's effortless demeanor—either way, Australia has something up its sleeve that makes it home to some of the coolest up-and-comers in fashion.

Take the brand Albus Lumen, for example. Retailers can't seem to keep its earthy, minimalist dresses in stock. The brand's breezy linen dresses hit precisely the right note with us—we can instantly envision ourselves wearing one beachside with a straw hat perched on our heads. And then there's underground brand With Jéan, which features floral button-front dresses that seem like a cross between Réalisation Par and Reformation—the recipe for the next It-girl brand (Aimee Song is already a fan).

Ahead, discover the Australian fashion brands everyone should know about in 2018—from Instagram-worthy dresses to minimalistic swimwear.

Albus Lumen

Albus Lumen's elevated linen pieces make the brand a go-to for polished summer staples. For women with classic style, it's definitely one to bookmark.

With Jéan

A cross between Réalisation and Reformation, there's no surprise as to why this Aussie brand has a growing following of fashion It girls.

Her Line

Her Line's beautifully minimalistic swimwear may be what the brand's most known for, but we also happen to be fans of their lightweight summer pieces.

Matteau Swim

Both French and American girls are fans of this up-and-coming swimwear line.


Each handmade item from this brand feels like it was a sought-after vintage find. We're especially loving their matching skirt and crop top sets this summer.

East Order

Pretty floral dresses and easygoing tops with a cool twist are what East Order does best.

Après Studio

Shop this newly-launched brand for Instagram-worthy sheer dresses and an overall streetwear-inflected vibe.


Celebs like Dua Lipa and Winnie Harlow can't stop wearing this brand's fun and cheeky sequin-embroidered pieces—and why can totally see why. 

Thomas Puttick

Thomas Puttick's elevated minimal aesthetic is soft yet strong, and it reminds me a lot of Phoebe Philo's Céline era.

Pereira Fitzgerald

Pereira Fitzgerald's dainty cotton separates have a subtly French vibe that I just love.

Anna Quan

Anna Quan's forward take on workwear staples will transform the way you get dressed for the office.

Available in Australian sizes 4 to 14.

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