AllSaints

AllSaints is a British fashion retailer, founded in 1994 as a menswear label sold from Carnaby Street, London, which quickly expanded to include womenswear, footwear and accessories. The label is known for its muted colour palette of black, white, browns and greys and its romantic deconstructed look. The AllSaints name was named after one of the founders, Stuart Trevor, who had a nickname of “The Saint”, although it’s also rumoured to be named after All Saints Road in Notting Hill. The brand has strong connections with the music industry and host live music performances in select flagship stores and dedicated AllSaints studios.