International Women’s Day, celebrated on March 8 each year, is a time to honor the achievements of women. One way to celebrate is to show support for women-owned businesses, which is why we’re highlighting our favorite designers stocked on HBXWM. It’s the perfect time to update your wardrobe with spring essentials from brands like OperaSPORT, TheOpen Product and Anna Quan. You can look at She for timeless handbags and shoes, or Paris Georgia for classic garments ranging from dresses to tank tops. For a ’90s-inspired cut, consider opting for bold accessories from Emi Jay and CANDYWHIMS.
Keep scrolling through the nine women-owned brands you can buy now. In honor of International Women’s Day, HBXWM is offering 20% off select women’s designer items. You can head to the online shop from March 8 to March 9 for articles from these labels with the code WOMEN22.
Founded in 2011 by Australian designer Anna Hoang, Anna Quan first took off for her classic white shirt, which has been adored by stylists and influencers alike. Focused on wearability, the brand creates timeless designs ranging from dresses to knit tops.
BONBONWHIMS jewelry is for those who love early 2000s style. The brand, founded by Clare Ngai, creates rings, earrings and more in bright colors with adorable details. Some of the brand’s fans include Doja Cat, Megan you stallion and Sydney Carlson.
Named after the French phrase “elle aime”, which translates to “she loves”, Elleme designs ready-to-wear pieces, handbags and shoes with uniqueness at its heart. Founded by Jingjing Fan, the Parisian brand is best known for its classic handbags and shoes.
Created by founders Emily Matson and Julianne Goldmark in 2009, Emi Jay is a hair accessories brand that took off after catching the eye of celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston. Today, it’s one of the go-to brands in nostalgic fashion with stars like Alexa Chung, Harry Styles and Gigi Hadid wearing its iconic styles ranging from the Big Daisy to the Big Effing Clip.
Formerly known as Holiday The Label, Emma Mulholland on Holiday is about holiday nostalgia. Australian label founder Emma Mulholland draws inspiration from ’80s and ’90s summer fashion, turning her ideas into everyday pieces including caps, sweatshirts, hoodies and more.
Founded in Indonesia by Sarah-Jane Abrahams and Helle Them-Enger in 2012, Faithfull The Brand works with local manufacturers in Bali to create its handmade garments. The brand is influenced by vintage fashion, designing a range of sundresses, shirts and swimwear in a variety of prints.
Based in Seoul, TheOpen Product is run by sisters Boyoung and Jiyoung Kim. The brand has experienced immense growth in recent years, being driven by Kendall Jenner and landed collaborations with adidas Originals and New Era.
Led by Stephanie Gundelach and Awa Malina Stelter, Copenhagen-based OperaSPORT presents chic wardrobe basics designed with sustainability in mind. Rather than releasing every season, the brand works in dribs and drabs with “editions” of non-seasonal designs.
Created by two friends Mitchell Temple and Georgia Cherrie, Paris Georgia offers essential basics that can also be worn as statement pieces. The brand took off with its silky slip dresses and has since grown into a brand offering fashion-forward clothing ranging from asymmetrical tops to structured skirts.