Fashion insiders are always looking out for the next big thing — be it the latest major trend, models of the moment, or the most inventive designers on the horizon. With such appetite for what's new and what's next, nurturing young talent becomes a top priority for the industry. Much to our delight, e-tailer Farfetch is doing its part with a collaboration created by some of fashion's brightest and most promising students.
Teaming up with Muuse, a Copenhagen-based boutique lauded for its efforts in supporting up-and-comers, Farfetch will carry an exclusive line designed by 10 fashion-school graduates from around the world. Hailing from the prestigious alma maters of Martin Margiela, Dries Van Noten, and Balmain's creative director, Olivier Rousteing, this slew of newcomers is a pretty big deal — or, they're going to be. Premiering their first collections on a Condé Nast-backed retail platform is a great start, to say the least.