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Three international cult fashion brands to flesh out your style repertoire

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Bored of the same old shopping haunts?

To help you shake up your wardrobe, we've gone beyond the high street to hunt down three international labels behind the hottest Instagram fashion of the moment – as seen on our favourite style bloggers and celebrities.

Meet your new favourite online stores, all offering international shipping and reasonable price points.


 

Storets

Online-only Korean shop Storets is the style set's newest obsession. Olivia Palermo and Shini Park of Park & Cube [below] love its directional silhouettes, both seen wearing its flamenco-style gingham blouse. It's also your new go-to for cool denim and basics with a twist.

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Storets

Nikita rolling coldshoulder blouse, £46; Hannah embellished skirt, £74

Realisation Par

Everyone from Alexa Chung to Bella Hadid and style blogger Lucy Williams of Fashion Me Now [below in Ozzy dress, £128.99] have rocked one of Realisation Par's flirty frill-edged dresses.

Creating individual pieces rather than unified collections, the brand has a strong aesthetic that's timeless but also daring – think cut-outs, plunging wrap silhouettes and short hemlines.

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Realisation

Goldie dress, £147

Solid & Striped

Hailing from New York and using the finest fabrics to make its elegant, minimalist swimwear, Solid & Striped has become this season's must-have brand.

The 4th of July saw Taylor Swift's squad post a plethora of photos in its Americana-esque red, white and blue styles, while Beyoncé has also rocked a Solid swimsuit. Praise indeed.

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Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevingne and Taylor Swift

Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevingne and Taylor Swift [Photo: Instagram/TaylorSwift]

Solid & Striped

Belle and Bridget bikini, £120

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