Last Updated on April 30, 2021 by haveclotheswilltravel
Putting together a post featuring brands like AllSaints was not an easy task. This cult British brand boasts a style all its own!
AllSaints is most known for its signature leather jackets and biker boots. It’s a little edgy and goth with a modern rock n’ roll style. Most of their items favor neutral colors and unique prints.
Personally, I’m a fan of AllSaints dresses – which lean a little more feminine in style and are mainly maxi and midi lengths. They have a great selection of unique prints too. (Which is all right up my alley!)
- If you haven’t shopped AllSaints yet, click here.
However, if you’re searching for other brands out there like AllSaints, I’ve done my best to rustle up 15 brands that AllSaints fans will appreciate. Happy shopping!
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14+ Brands Like AllSaints for Edgy & Fashionable Clothing
1.) The Kooples
In my shopping experience, The Kooples is one of the brands most like AllSaints. The Kooples is a rock n’ roll French brand that features dark colors and gothic patterns, all mixed with a hint of streetwear and androgyny. Their price point is similar to AllSaints too.
- Click here to shop The Kooples women.
- Click here to shop The Kooples men.
- Click here for the dress above.
2.) Acne Studios
Acne Studios is a luxury fashion house based in Stockholm, Sweden that specializes in men’s and women’s ready-to-wear fashion, footwear, accessories and denim. While it is hard to pinpoint Acne Studios style… I do think AllSaints fans will appreciate their clothing. Although, it generally more expensive than AllSaints.
- Click here to shop Acne Studios women.
- Click here to shop Acne Studios men.
- Click here to shop the biker jacket above.
Reiss is a British brand that focuses on wardrobe classics, but better. They are most known for their classic knitwear and array of smart winter coats (even British Royalty is a fan). Prices are very similar to AllSaint’s.
4.) Helmut Lang
Helmut Lang is a pioneer in the fashion industry and known for his sleek 90s minimalism designs. While Lang is no longer at the helm, the brand lives on with its minimalist and edgy designs.
- Click here to shop Helmut Lang women.
- Click here to shop Helmut Lang men.
- Click here to shop the leather jacket above.
5.) Rag & Bone
Rag & Bone combines British heritage with modern design. The brand is known for its wearable pieces that meld classic tailoring with an edgy yet understated NYC aesthetic. Some of their more popular items are their crisp blazers, versatile booties, and sleek trousers.
- Click here to shop Rag & Bone women.
- Click here to shop Rag & Bone men.
- Click here to shop the blazer above.
Established in England in 1924 as solely an outerwear firm, Belstaff has recently been re-launched as a contemporary luxury brand – from its traditional biker jackets to its essentials collection. I think AllSaints fans will especially appreciate their quality selection of leather jackets.
- Click here to shop Bellstaff women.
- Click here to shop Bellstaf men.
- Click here to shop the jacket above.
Topshop is a British fashion retailer of women’s clothing, shoes, make-up and accessories. They also have a men’s line now called Topman. AllSaints fans will especially like their selection of jeans and pullovers.
- Click here to shop Topshop women US.
- Click here to shop Topshop women UK.
- Click here to shop Topshop rest of world.
- Click here to shop Topman US.
- Click here to shop Topman UK.
- Click here to shop Topman rest of world.
- Click here to shop the cardigan above.
FWRD is the luxe sister site to the ever-popular fashion site Revolve. FWRD’s style is a little closer to that of AllSaints vs Revolve, though. FWRD features everything from iconic maisons de couture to the latest emerging talents, all of style’s leading names can be found here.
9.) 3.1 Philip Lim
Phillip Lim launched his namesake collection in 2005, naming it “3.1” after his 31 years of age. Skirts and dresses, bomber jackets, oversized knits, colorful furs and shearlings, and Lim’s signature Pashli handbags balance quirky femininity with a sleek, street-chic sensibility. Unexpected graphics, patterns, and color treatments similarly bring a touch of romance and excitement to of-the-moment items. Never overdone but always interesting, Lim celebrates youthful elegance and individual style.
- Click here to shop 3.1 Phillip Lim for women.
- Click here to shop 3.1 Phillip Lim for men.
- Click here to shop the top above.
AGOLDE is a premium denim label dedicated to setting the standard for advanced, directional denim. If you’re a fan of AllSaints jeans, you’ll love AGOLDE.
11.) Alexander Wang
Alexander Wang features tailored skirts, trousers and overcoats with smart, couture-influenced silhouettes that join 90s-influenced bra tops, shorts, cropped sweatshirts, and bodycon dresses in neoprene, leather, and fluorescent tech fabrics. Rounded out by his signature Rockie, Diego, and Prisma bags and backpacks and each season’s range of covetable shoes, Wang conveys a modern vision of femininity animated by contrasts: playful and tough, sexy and androgynous, provocative and refined.
- Click here to shop Alexander Wang women.
- Click here to shop Alexander Wang unisex.
- Click here to shop the dress above.
12.) Ted Baker
Founded as a men’s shirting specialist in Glasgow, Ted Baker London has grown into a world-renowned brand offering contemporary clothing, accessories and shoes for men and women. The company is known for its distinctive use of color and pattern, attention to detail. While I hesitate to say Ted Baker is “like All Saints,” I do think AllSaints fans will also love Ted Baker dresses. (I know I do!)
- Click here to shop Ted Baker for women US.
- Click here to shop Ted Baker for women UK.
- Click here to shop Ted Baker for men US.
- Click here to shop Ted Baker for men UK.
- Click here to shop the dress above.
13.) & Other Stories
Another brand that AllSaints fans will appreciate for their dresses is & Other Stories. With design ateliers in Paris, Stockholm and Los Angeles, the brand’s collections are as eclectic as the locations they take inspiration from. Offering that effortlessly cool vibe, its range of clothing, shoes, swimwear and accessories fits into any aesthetic.
OK, so SSENSE is not actually a “brand” like the rest of this list. SSENSE is a Canadian-based luxury and streetwear store that features 500+ luxury labels, emerging designers and streetwear brands for both men and women. If you like AllSaints, you’ll have a hard time shopping on SSENSE and NOT finding something you like! Many of the brands and designers featured on this list can also be found on SSENSE.
So, the brands, designers and stores listed below are not exactly “similar” to AllSaints. However, you can find some similar products from time to time.
Which brands would you add to this list? Let me know in the comments!