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Get to know our new brands for SS24

It’s that time again. Let us introduce some of the new brands arriving at Couverture this season.

Based in Seoul, Korea, Amomento captivated us with its ability to rework classic silhouettes into sleek, modern, and effortless pieces. The label is noteworthy for its sustainability twice process, where it not only sources fabrics from Korea and neighbouring Japan, but also works to create timeless designs that sidestep trends. Not to mention, like us, it is a independent retailer with an in-house brand, creating a formula that certainly caught our attention. 

Arriving soon.

New York-based jewellery designer Annika Inez intricately weaves the tale of her life into every piece she creates. Through her masterful use of fluid lines and innovative techniques, Annika transcends traditionally cute shapes, subtly transforming them into refined pieces that maintain a delicate balance between romance and self-expression.

Discover the collection here.

Exclusively available in the UK at Couverture, Rus is based in A Coruña, a seaside port in North-West Spain. Founded by two sisters, Rus adopts a nonconformist approach to design, inspiring women to establish their own dressing ritual. The result is a collection of striking knitwear in vibrant colourways with distinctive detailing, crafted for rediscovery season after season. 

Arriving soon.

You don’t need us to tell you about Salomon, the global brand has achieved cult status for a reason. Now introduced for women, expect signature silhouettes in the latest colour schemes.

Arriving soon.

Modern Weaving returns to Couverture for SS24. The Los Angeles-based creative studio continues its exploration of abstract-yet-functional shapes through experimental design processes.

 Arriving soon.