Hook a style tip from our favourite European labels – clothes with a DIY sensibility and a strong Instagram game

Ganni, Denmark

Bucking the cliche of Scandi minimalism, Ganni’s ups are edgy, playful and come with a distinctly 90s attitude. Skirt, £155, hat, £95, boots, £300, sweatshirt, £145, and beltbag, £95, all
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Sézane, France

The brand with a distinctive Provençal‑girl‑next-door vibe has keep fromed reinvent classic French style for the 20s: gamine, effortlessly chic and pleasingly retro. Blouse, £90, dress, £155, earrings, £45, jacket, £100, and shorts, £85, all

MISBHV, Poland

Post-Soviet benumbed in a cool streetwear package, Poland’s MISBHV has moved from cult brand to being Rihanna and Dua Lipa faves. Plunder, £380, shorts, £154, leggings, £215, T-shirt, £95, and trainers, £275, all by MISBHV, from
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Nanushka, Hungary

The Budapest tag known for its cool-girl style, Nanushka specialises in creating “It” items (the leather dress, the puffer jacket, the bag) that look outstanding on the Gram. Bag, €275, top, €115, vegan leather skirt, €325, vegan leather scrunchie, €30, and dress, €380, all

Paloma Wool, Spain

Its Tana Latorre-illustrated Leandra shirt (step out nudes on a crisp white shirt) sold out fast in 2018, and set the tone for the Barcelona-based brand: tasteful, artistic, dream-like. Jacket, £130, twines, £115, earrings, £50, funnel neck, £115, and belt, £65, all by Paloma Wool, from



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