32 Asian clothing brands to shop in 2022

There are an endless amount of clothing brands to shop from, but if you are tired of fast fashion and want to give some love to other labels, check out these great Asian brands. And yes, we are aware that the word “Asian” can bring wildly different countries and cultures together, so we’ve included a mix of brands that own Chinese, Japanese, Nepali, Vietnamese, Taiwanese, Indian and Pakistani (and more) !), so you can see the variety of all these incredibly cool designers and their creations. From colorful knitwear to luxurious silks, there is something for everyone here. Also, some designer brands are more established while others on this list are relatively new and up and coming, but all of them deserve your attention for their unique and downright stunning designs. Keep scrolling below for 32 Asian clothing and accessories brands you’ll want to start shopping right away.

To continue showing your support for BIPOC-owned brands, click the links to view these Black-owned brands, Indian fashion designers, and Latina-owned companies. Now go ahead and browse all these great labels!

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Join co-founders Jackie Skye Muller (a Barneys and Kith alum) and Marlon Muller on the field: The pair created Recreational Habits to “bring the exclusive world of the preppy elite and their hobbies to the historically excluded.” Shop their tennis core lewks like refreshing crew neck, varsity shorts and playful skirts, and more.

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Christina J. Wang’s designs are quirky conversation starters. She’s splashed the coolest pajamas and scarves with her unique, ultra-detailed illustrations of her favorite cities, foods, and more. Plus, you’ll find super cute stickers on her site – who doesn’t love stickers?!

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Dreamy, whimsical, playful! Dauphinette designer Olivia Cheng creates such cheerful, imaginative designs. You’ll find lots of feathers, fresh flowers, unique elements (think Squabble pieces), pretty prints and pastel colors. Somehow it all works!

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Your wardrobe will be so colorful and cozy thanks to this brand founded by former Rag & Bone knitwear director Phyllis Chan and Hong Kong designer Suzzie Chung. The name “YanYan” means “everyone” in Cantonese, just for your information.

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Upgrade your accessory game with this bag brand from designer Jennifer Lyu. It features crocodile print designs, structured tote bags and chic crossbody styles; plus, it also offers some super cute knit hats.

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Liang’s signature fleece outerwear is a coveted fall and winter staple, and she’s also done some cool collaborations with Vans and Spongebob Squarepants. The New Yorker is definitely a designer you will see more often.

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The Chinese-American designer Jessica Tse started this jewelry brand in 2018 and has a childlike aesthetic with a refined flair thanks to the fun shapes and pearl accents.

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Japanese designer Hanako Maeda founded Adeam (her last name backwards!), and the line is inspired by both New York City and Tokyo, as she constantly traveled back and forth between the two cities growing up. She recently collaborated with tennis star Naomi Osaka on a new collection.

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Both Chinese and French, Joseph Altuzarra studied ballet for many years before entering the fashion industry. He founded his namesake label in 2008 and his pieces have a modern aesthetic that is chic and timeless.

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Born in Singapore and raised in Nepal, Prabal Gurung has so many romantic, dreamy pieces like this Cinderella-esque strapless dress. He founded the brand in 2009 and has since dressed countless A-listers, including Michelle Obama and Kate Middleton.

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Created by founders Phillip Lim and Wen Zhou, the brand debuted in 2005 during New York Fashion Week and has since expanded into other categories such as bags, shoes and menswear.

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Born in San Francisco, the Chinese-American designer launched his namesake label in 2003. Launched in 2011, his alternative contemporary line Derek Lam 10 Crosby is made to wear for any occasion, be it dressy or casual.

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Peter Do, a Vietnamese designer from Brooklyn, worked with Céline and Derek Lam before launching his own label in 2018. His tailored suits look so sleek and many of his pieces also have unexpected cutouts and cool tie details.

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Hong Kong native Sarah Law founded Kara in 2013, and chances are you’ve seen the accessory brand all over your IG feed. Recently, the label launched its “bicycle chain wallet,” which has become one of its most popular items to date.

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The Taiwanese-Canadian designer was responsible for Michelle Obama’s white one-shoulder ball gown in 2009 and is known for his romantic, colorful pieces that often include tulle, ruffles, sequins, and feathers.

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Created by husband and wife duo Yang Pei and Stephanie Li, the bag brand is made from vegan leather and recycled plastic. The trendy designs are also affordable and accessible, that is, they look much more expensive than they actually are, which is good news for your wallet.

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Growing up in Hong Kong, Jamie Lim was inspired by all the bamboo that surrounded her. After that, she founded Kayu, which is known for its woven beach bags, and even Meghan Markle wore one of the clutches to attend a wedding.

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Raised in both New Zealand and Singapore, Claudia Li is currently based in New York and started her eponymous label in 2015. For her debut runway show in 2018, she showed only Asian models to pay tribute to her Chinese heritage.

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The Christina Tung (pronounced ‘souvenir’) brand offers handmade jewelry and silk-dyed dresses. The earrings are often asymmetrical and feature beads, shells and stones and the slips have adjustable ruffles on one side.

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The British-Indian designer was a finalist of this year’s LVMH Price and her creations will instantly cheer you up with their bright colors and asymmetrical silhouettes. (Dua Lipa seen here is proof that wearing the brand makes you happier.)

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The South Korean sunglasses brand has tons of statement frames, like these oversized tinted frames, but it also has more classic acetate frames.

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Rei Kawakubo founded the iconic Japanese fashion label and it was even quite Met Gala themed in 2017. Kawakubo is known for its unconventional, statement-making silhouettes that are sure to turn heads.

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Pakistani label Rastah means ‘path’ or ‘journey’ in Urdu, and it has a streetwear aesthetic with tie-dye clothing, graphic T-shirts and hoodies.

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The unisex label has designs for everyone with a range of sizes for both men and women. The diamond styles are some of the most popular and it was founded by Haoran Li and Siying Qu, who graduated from Parsons in May 2015.

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Created by Wei Lin and Zoe Champion, the knit of the PH5 is so cute and often features prints like pied-de-poule, gingham and stripes. The asymmetrical dresses and scalloped hems give unique details to classic silhouettes.

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Based in Sri Lanka, the South Asian label carries clothing in vibrant colours, such as this pink floral jacket with yellow fringe.

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Founded by Queenie Fan and Day Lau in 2015, the bag brand has a modern, minimal aesthetic that instantly brightens up any outfit.

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The Hong Kong and Shanghai-based activewear brand has leggings, sports bras and tanks in cool cuts and colorways to keep you feeling comfortable yet stylish while you sweat.

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Born and raised in Bangladesh, Saima Chowdhury founded the sustainable label Gray State in 2015, and it has so many styles that are comfortable and made for a fashionable WFH lifestyle.

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The Indian designer was awarded the International Woolmark Prize in 2015 and loves bold prints and beautiful fabrics. His luxurious pieces are definitely worth adding to your wardrobe.

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Founded by Aisha Rawji in 2017, KYNAH is a curated shop that offers selections from Indian designers, but also makes its own pieces such as beautiful embroidered kaftans.

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Created by Sheena Sood, the name means “pineapple” in Portuguese. She is inspired by nature and many of her pieces are painted in different shades. For example, this dress channels the color of opals and the hair accessories also feature shells and are shaped like insects.

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I’m the Associate Fashion Editor of Cosmopolitan, writing about all the trends, celebrity fashion moments and why wide-leg jeans are the best.

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