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N.W.3 Hobbs is a contemporary London inspired fashion collection at affordable prices. Fabulous for fashion dresses, fun knitwear, tailoring and coats.
Nakkna is an avant-garde Swedish brand offering a futuristic take on style classics.
"Exoticism" is the word that underpins Nancy Gonzalez's luxurious handbag collection. Her signature colour blocking and use of exotic skins give a contemporary feel to classic shapes.
Nanette Lepore is an American label that offers up feminine, easy to wear fashion with a bohemian twist. Head to it for fabulous day dresses and pretty prints.
Working irregular gold nuggets with semi-precious stones Natasha Collis creates delicate creations from her studios in London and Ibiza.
Nathan Jenden is one of Britain’s hot young design talents. His dresses are high octane, sculpted and seriously sexy. Not for the faint hearted, this is full on fashion.
A collection of versatile loose easy fit dressese and separates, Native Youth has a distinctive 'borrowed from the boys' pared back style.
Stylish and comfortable shoes for women, Naturalizer was founded in 1927. All shoes feature their exclusive N5 comfort system—five essential features that are proven to provide all day comfort: extra cushioning, breathable linings, balance with every step, flexible soles and lightweight material. (Good for wide-fits)
Comfortable and durable shoes and sandals giving feet that extra support.
Neon Rose describes itself as a brand for this who wish to "dress to express the femininity and modernity of now". On-trend details give stylish updates to must-have basics and dresses.
After a two year apprenticeship with Philip Treacy, Nerida Fraiman launched her own label in 1997. Her trademark feathers and pleated crin, with sequins and diamante, jewels, net or lace, are the perfect adornment for a stylish occasion.
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New Look do fashion inspired by celebrity trends. Cocktail dresses are a New Look highlight, and their shoes, a real bargain.
Newbark was launched by sisters Maryam and Marjan Malakpour, both stylists, who were searching for a comfy go-everywhere shoe. The collection of soft leather flats has become a firm favourite with celebrities and has expanded to include handbags.
Next are great for a working wardrobe, with basic workwear trousers, blazers and shirts and good accessories. Head to Next for some unshowy, wearable chic.
Vintage inspired prints, classic totes, old school satchels Nica's whimsical handbags have an air of chic nostalgia about them.
Slanted platforms and architectural designs in wild colours and innovative textures, have all become synonymous with award winning shoe designer Nicholas Kirkwood's statement pieces.
Nicole Farhi is known for her bohemian but pulled together aesthetic. She does brilliant trousers, sequinned jackets and bold jewellery for a sophisticated look.
Nicole Miller does the prettiest dresses. Great for both bridal and bridesmaid wear, Nicole Miller cocktail dresses are well priced, wantable and wearable.
Stylish fashion range for everyday pieces and must-have capsule wardrobe hits.
Nike is the performance label with savvy urban fashion clothing. Good for performance wear separates.
The house of Nina Ricci was founded in Paris in 1932 embodying all that was feminine and elegant. Andy Warhol was designed window displays for her and her Lalique designed fragrance bottle for L'Air Du Temps is still one of the iconic images of her era. Today the house is under the creative eye of designer Peter Copping.
Nine West is a high street brand that translates catwalk styles for shoes, bags, accessories into wearable must-haves.
Channel some of that show-stopping red carpet glamour, favoured by the likes of Keira Knightly and the Duchess of Cambridge, with British designer Jenny Packham's high street range of evening wear for Debenhams.
You'll find a laidback, understated feminine look at Noa Noa. Known for its palette of muted shades the brand is particularly good for simple empire dresses and knits.
Nobody Jeans delivers logo free designer denim that’s all about the cloth. Head to Nobody for great jeggings as well as cool, Saturday slouchy boyfriend styles.
This is a fast fashion brand with a conscience. Not only does Nobody's Child give you the latest trends but it also does so ethically thanks to its "intelligently applied principles". Their knitting plant, dye house, print facility and distribution centre are all based in the UK.
Having started her career at Ralph Lauren and Oscar de la Renta, Leeora Catalan began creating jewellery for catwalk collections after realising there was a niche in the market. Out of this her jewellery brand nOir Jewellery was born and she has since collaborated with the likes of Marc Jacobs, Patricia Field and DKNY.
This is to Vero Moda what Pull & Bear is to Zara. It's a denim fest with cool laidback jersey style dresses, hip outerwear and must-have separates.
Not Your Daughter's Jeans or NYDJ are flattering, fit well and are the ultimate tummy tuck jean.
A classic and elegant interchangeable collection of 18ct gold, diamonds, pearls and precious stones pieces.
Maurice Ohayon uses a blend of traditional craftsmanship and modern design in his collection of designer denim.
This is the diffusion label of the luxurious and opulent Marchesa eveningwear brand founded by British duo Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig and much loved by celebs. Think red carpet dressing in elaborate silk minis and show stopping column dresses.
Nougat London was established in 1990 as a fashion label in London’s West End. Nougat London’s clothes are instantly recognised as being beautiful garments, combining classic styling with a contemporary twist but always remaining undeniably feminine.
Another hot Swedish label on the block, Nudie jeans have achieved cult status amongst denim fans who love their attention to detail, great Japanese fabrics and cool washes.
Numph was started in Denmark by fashion students who were fed up of high street styles. Numph say they draw inspiration from nymphs from fairy tales. The clothes are very feminine but at the same time edgy and well tailored.