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A Love Letter To Harry Styles’ Favourite Fashion Labels That Are Boosting Our Serotonin Levels

Come for Harry's house, stay for his closet.

By Ava Gilchrist
The release of Harry Styles' highly anticipated and critically acclaimed third album 'Harry's House' not only marks a shift in the multi-hyphenated stars approach to songwriting but his approach to fashion.
With Harry's freshman album characterised by a series of printed two-piece suits, and his 'Fine Line' and 'Love On Tour' eras marked by a cacophony of brightly coloured Gucci ensembles, which were naturally custom created for the auteur, his recent style of yet is much more edited and, well… homely.
Rather than sartorially referencing the androgynous approach of legendary rock stars from the 1970' like David Bowie, Mick Jagger and Elton John, Harry is forging a new path with the help of celebrity stylist, Harry Lambert.

His style is less reliant on shock value, opulence or extravagant attire, rather refining his selects in favour of indie and emerging labels.
That's not to say that we'll never see Harry Styles in a space cowboy-inspired Gucci set à la Coachella weekend two, rather that the star is favouring comfortable and utilitarian pieces over his signature glam-rock aesthetic
Despite his new approach to dressing less overt than before, it doesn't mean it's any less stylish or covetable.
While we're waiting for Harry to bring his highly anticipated 'Love On Tour' concert experience down under, we're getting a head start on sartorially referencing Styles' 'Harry's House' era.
And with the Harry's House promotional tour just underway, we can rest assured that there will be a plethora of iconic looks to emulate and channel.
To assist with outfit planning, we've rounded up Harry Styles' favourite fashion labels to know, shop, love.

Gucci

From the first time back in 2018 when we laid our eyes on Harry Styles and a variety of baby animals in a North London fish and chip shop for Gucci's tailoring campaign, we knew their partnership would be a match made in heaven.
Fast forward four years, a variety of red carpet appearances, campaigns, Met Gala moments and a whole tour, their proverbial love affair is stronger than ever.

JW Anderson

While Harry's patchwork JW Anderson cardigan may have sparked the crochet craze of 2020, it seems that 'Harry's House' will usher in a new era of desirable designs from the Welsh creative director.
We have our eyes on Harry's vertical striped jumpsuit from his Today show performance already.

SS Daley

Not only is SS Daley one of the hottest emerging fashion labels of the moment, their nomination for the 2022 LVMH Prize is proof of this, but it's one of Harry's go-to.
London based Steven Stokey Daley's designs are subvert and defy menswear codes, which is obviously what makes it a perfect addition to any wardrobe.
Grab a pair of his trousers to channel Harry à la the Golden music video, or his duck sweater to recreate Harry's Spotify session outfit.

Molly Goddard

Another London designer rounding out Harry's evidently patriotic wardrobe, Molly Goddard is one to watch. Known for her abstract take on babydoll dresses and creative use of tulle, this designer created the pieces worn by Harry on the cover of 'Harry's House', even right down to the ballet flats.

Bode

If you ever see Harry wearing a vintage-inspired eclectically eccentric piece, it's most likely from Emily Adams Bode Aujla's menswear label Bode.
Rooted in an ethos of slow, conscious design that's inspired by one-of-one pieces from unique fabrications and traditional craftsmanship, Bode's award winning designs are the antique-inspired pieces you didn't know you needed, but can't live without.

Harris Reed

Any fan of Harry Styles will recognise Harris Reed as the designer behind one of the most recognisable outfits from that December 2022 US VOGUE cover. The British-American fashion designer is breaking boundaries, not just in the sphere of abstract design but also in pioneering genderless fashion.

Marc Jacobs

There's no question that Harry Styles has a penchant for sweaters, especially when they're of the unorthodox or absurdist kind.
His collection of graphic, off-kilter and slightly dark jumpers, like the one he wore on The Late Late Show that reads "my life is crap" alongside an illustration of a lamb, or the one of a dog holding a sign saying "you've got issues" are both from the creative mind of legendary designer Marc Jacobs. We want one of each.
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