La Petite S is designed by London-based Nicola Helgesen. Established in 2001, the brand quickly became renowned for its gathered tulle 'prom' dresses with in-built corsetry. The label is known for beautifully draped dresses and silhouettes that cut the right side of feminine.
We are continually adding to our list of brands. If we don't have a brand that you love, request it by using the field on the right.
France's multi-brand retailer offers up a choice selection of fashion inspired brands at high street prices. La Redoute is famed for its designer collaborations.
Exclusive to House of Fraser, this brand exudes a young fun urban edge. Think classics with a twist.
Lacoste is an apparel company founded in 1933 that sells high-end clothing, footwear, perfume, leather goods, watches, eyewear, and most famously tennis shirts.
Lands' End offers timeless casual wear and stylish outdoor clothing including petites, plus sizes and tall collections too. The mail order brand has a heritage inspired collection of functional and feminine clothes rooted in the founders' love of sailing.
France's oldest couture house was founded in 1889 by designer Jeanne Lanvin. Now under the creative direction of Alber Elbaz. Elbaz says it is not about design but about feelings. Duchesse satin, cocktail-length dresses, dressed-up cigarette pants and volume experimentation are signatures.
Innovative and modern Lara Bohinc's timeless jewellery collection, accessories and exquisite shoes have earned her a global fan base.
Emily Satloff designs gem-encrusted pieces both for day and night as well as a collection of desirable one-offs for her label Larkspur & Hawk. As an antique jewellery dealer she combines ancient techniques with a contemporary twist. A perfect adornment to your outfits.
The perfect dress for every occasion - that's what LA brand 'Laundry by Shelli Segal' offers the wardrobes of the modern woman. With a spin on modern elegance, this brand is perfect for you if you're looking for stand-out pieces from gorgeous bright day dresses to sultry embellished evening pieces.
The Queen's favourite handbag maker Launer has been supplying the Royal Household with its handcrafted luxurious pieces since 1968 and has a royal warrant. The brand is synonymous with understated classics. Thanks to its most famous patron Launer reported a 58% increase in orders of its classic style during the Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
Laura Ashley has a girly feminine vintage inspired style. Perfect for long flowing cardigans, tea dresses and maxi print skirts.
Laurence Dacade infuses her shoes with her ultra-cool Parisienne style. "My goal is to make shoes for Cinderella, but sexy, with a touch of the French".
Italian jeweller Laurent Gandini is inspired by ancestral Italian folk, rural and farming themes. This is evident in his delicate and graceful creations which have patterns and decorations that call to mind lace, embroidery and flowers. All his pieces are handcrafted in Milan.
A British heritage brand specialising in quilted outdoor jackets.
Think utilitarian chic with small bags in soft leathers and skins and vivid colours.
Lee is one of the original brand of classic denim. Great for classic dark denim straight legs and boot cuts, and denim jackets.
London based jeweller Leila Kashanipour launched her brand in 2011. Influenced by her Persian heritage and her passions - 70's glam rock and the mystical natural world - she has already garnered a stylish fan base in the likes of Olivia Palermo and Pixie Lott to name a few.
Liya Kebede founded the Lemlem line in 2007. She uses traditional artisans to produce beautiful hand-woven shawls in fresh white cotton with ethnic-influenced embroidery.
Levi's was the original designer denim destination. Stylish and authentic, Levi's now also do T shirts, checked shirts as well as more directional denim shapes.
Jeweller Leyla Abdollahi works primarily with gold and gemstones bringing an Eastern influence to her creations. What is particularly striking about her work is the way that she layers and combines bright contrast colours.
The Liberty London collection takes inspiration from the imperial romance of modern English aristocracy. Reworking archive Liberty prints, the collection journeys through the intricate grounds and gardens of their beloved stately homes.
Life’s Not Fair But My Knickers Are is a fashion lead Fair Trade brand.
These unisex leather espadrilles made from buttery soft lamb, goat and calfskin leather are handcrafted in Spain.
Scarves really are the perfect style pick-me-up for any outfit. Lily & Lionel have cornered the market with their gorgeous printed scarves in wools, silks and cashmeres, making sure you have your must-have fashion accessory all year round.
Since the 1970's Linda Farrow has created an iconic and often photographed range of innovative sunglasses including sought-after collaborations with renowned fashion designers such as Raf Simons, Alexander Wang and Matthew Williamson. Think of these sunglasses as pieces of jewellery.
Linea injects the latest fashion into clothing for women, men and children.
An eclectic mix of jewellery for men and women, in sterling silver and 18 carat gold, including a unique collection of cufflinks, charms and charm bracelets.
From dazzling party shoes to funky boots Linzi channels those designer catwalk looks at a fraction of the price.
Lipsy is an on-trend, style savvy label. Lipsy is great for the must-have little black dress and celebrity inspired partywear.
Inspired by the young celebrity crowd this brand features vintage-style fashions with a modern twist and cute prints. Good for prints.
Channel party glamour with Little Mistress' range of dresses and party tops.
East meets West with Mumbai based milliner Shilpa Chavan. Expect the unconventional from rainbow-coloured Perspex discs on headbands…to star fan Lady Gaga.
Let your jewellery make a boho statement with this sister act. Crafted from found, reclaimed and precious metals this brand has graced the pages of Vogue thanks to the unique pieces.
LK Bennett has an ultra-sophisticated ladylike style. Great for glamourous day shifts, embellished cardigans, stylish shoes and occasionwear.
LNA was founded in the summer of 2007 by California natives, Lauren Alexander and April Leight. The collection that now includes everything from lace Ts to their signature Zipper Legging. They say LNA will always have their initial goal in mind: designing wardrobe staples with a twist. “Our focus is always finding a new way to put our own spin on basics. Every season comes new inspiration and a new twist”.
Jessie Randall launched her 'downtown cool' shoe and bag brand Loeffler Randal in 2005. Her Matilde flat boot has become something of a fashion style staple. She works with shocking brights and contrast animal patterns.
Loft Design by is a collection of essential casual wear for men, women and children with a focus on understated elegance: the tailoring is primarily simple with interesting detailing, and the palette largely consists of neutral shades of cream, white and grey.
UK jewellery brand Lola Rose specialises in bold, colourful and tactile jewellery hand-made from semi precious stones.
London 2012 is a range of clothing to commemorate the 2012 Olympics. Designs come from Stella McCartney and Adidas. Focus is on sportswear and casual pieces such as hoodies and t-shirts.
Long Tall Sally is a stylish fashion brand for tall women. Great for shirts and jackets with long length sleeves, fashionable knitwear and tops.
From a gentle wedge to an elegant mid-heeled evening sandal, Lotus shoes covers a range of classic and fashionable footwear for every occasion.
Malawi born milliner’s creations have a fairy tale quality to them. His opulent crystal embellished headpieces have become one of his most iconic looks.
A range of fun and fashionable jewellery using an array of coloured Swarovski crystals.
Love Label at Littlewoods and Very.co.uk gives you the coolest trends at affordable prices from fabulous footwear to cute dresses and cool separates.
Love Moschino is the diffusion line which is much loved by all for its chic, youthful, cool, vibrant collections.
Lovedrobe.co.uk is the go-to high street etailer for the plus-size lady on the hunt for flattering, fashion led pieces. Particularly good for stylish party dresses and chic tunic tops, lovedrobe's use of flattering prints and simple lace and crochet details, make for great stand out from the crowd fashion.
Lover is a quirky feminine brand with stylish city chic pieces. Great for edgy tapered trousers, off the shoulder blouses, bohemian inspired dresses.
Lucky Brand is a rock n roll inspired streetwear brand. Great for vintage denim, printed performance hoodies, tank-tees.
Categorised by occasions such as day, events, or evening, Lucy Choi London is brand that makes sure all your shoe needs are catered for. Styles are chic and sophisticated with that fashion touch coming in finishes such as glitter, patents, fur trims and animal print. Considering that Lucy is a niece of Jimmy Choo and has over 30 years experience mastering the art of fabulous footwear your feet are in glamorous and safe hands.
Wear what you love to eat that's what jeweller Lucy Folk has done with her innovative pieces. By preserving what we love to eat by electroplating it in layers of metal, Lucy has turned everything from popcorn and lobster legs into desirable pieces of jewellery.
Abstract and conceptual are words that spring to mind when marvelling at jeweller Lucy Hutching's pieces. She works with raw materials, and semi-precious stones juxtaposing hard and soft textures in her sculptural pieces.
New York based designer Lisa Salzer founded her jewellery brand Lulu Frost in 2004. She infuses her modern creations with antique and vintage elements. Great for quirky statement pieces.
Lulu Guinness is best known for her exquisite, witty handbags and accessories. Celebrity fans include Dita von Teese, Helena Bonham Carter, and Katy Perry.
Party clutches, evening shoes and fashionable flats in stylish patterns and prints.
If you're looking for jewellery with a certain fanciful flourish Lydia Courteille's theatrical pieces will turn you into a modern day Marie Antoinette.