Elsa Hosk's New Revolve Brand Is Shockingly Good—20 Pieces I'm Buying Immedately

Elsa Hosk Wearing a Leather Helsa Jacket



Ever since she was a kid growing up in Stockholm, Elsa Hosk has loved clothes, so much so that she convinced her mom to teach her how to sew so that she could make them herself. At the time, she says there was a lot she couldn't find or afford, so instead of shopping, she made the garments she wanted. So, when the supermodel launched her debut ready-to-wear label Helsa this week, it wasn't her first foray into design—it was just the first time she did it professionally. 

After putting it off and putting it off, "I've had the idea of a brand for so long but actually doing it always took the backseat and my modeling career always came first," she says. Hosk's line of elevated basics, including skirt-and-jacket utility sets, faux leather outerwear and trousers, and poplin button-downs and lounge pants, hit the virtual shelves at Revolve and FWRD on Tuesday and almost immediately began selling out. Not that we're surprised. After all, who doesn't want to dress in what's essentially Hosk's desert-island wardrobe?

"The first collection is inspired by my bag of essentials I'd bring on the islands in the summers," Hosk tells Who What Wear. "You know when you just pack one bag of your favorites? The pieces you know you look good in, mix perfectly with everything, are made from great materials and are durable, and can be dressed up and down for any occasion? That's the first Helsa collection." For her initial launch, she was inspired by the natural landscapes in Scandinavia—from its raw sandy beaches to its glowing sunsets. It's no wonder people love it so much.

Scroll down to shop the first Helsa collection before it's gone.



On Elsa Hosk: Helsa Nova Belt ($148); Helsa shirtdress 





Shop Elsa Hosk's First Helsa Collection

Bomber jackets are going to be huge this fall, and you'll be hard-pressed to find a style chicer than this one. 

This tube top is a step above the selection I've seen for fall. 

Cargo puddle pants? Count me in. 

Shop the matching Maxi Skirt ($228).

Elsa just wore this skirt with a rugged leather jacket and Prada pumps, and wow, it was chic. 

I've been staring at this coat for two days now. 

These might be called pajama pants, but you bet I'll be wearing them for a lot more than just sleeping. 

Don't sleep on the accessories.

This easy-breezy skirt will go with everything in your wardrobe. 

It's always going to be a yes from me if miniskirts are involved. 

These buttery soft leather pants are an 11 out of 10. 

This color is simply too good to pass on.

I promise you, these will not go unworn. 

Fall is approaching. Be ready with this chic, cool-weather staple.