Meet the brands making themselves at home on our new First Floor in Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge.

It's time to say goodbye to self-control. Our First Floor womenswear department is now open! Boasting a who's who of International brands covering ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories, you'll be spoilt for choice in this exciting new destination.
See the full brand list here, or get to meet some of the stars of the floor below.

Meet the brands


Since 1991, Christian Louboutin has been creating some of the most instantly recognisable heels and flats with his signature scarlet red lacquered soles. From Princess Caroline of Monaco, who was a strong supporter from very early on in his career, to Kate Moss, who inspired the now classic ‘So Kate’ heel following a fitting for her wedding, Louboutin’s fantastical designs are the perfect combination of sophistication and whimsy.

Exclusively in-store, you can expect to see heels, sneakers, handbags and small leathers featuring the brand’s trademark rouge, spike embellishments and statement patterns – so basically the sartorial equivalent of a Vitamin D injection.

Available: Shoes, Accessories


Fashion industry insider, Virgil Abloh launched Off-White in 2014 and was nominated for the illustrious LVMH Prize the same year. The designer has achieved rock star status for his zeitgeist-capturing, covetable collaborations with Nike and iconoclastic artists like Barbara Kruger.

After creating a devoted fan base for its menswear collections, Off-White launched it's womenswear collections to much acclaim./ Channelling the same streetwear aesthetic, the womenswear collection features distressed denim, contemporary tailoring with off-beat design twists and a host of signature slogans that are must-have pieces for those wanting to invest in the brand.

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Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Accessories


Having famously coined the phrase ‘prêt-à-porter’ in 1952 when the brand was founded by Gaby Aghion, Chloé represents luxury fashion’s first foray into the wardrobes of the everyday woman with an appreciation for couture. While forward thinking in conception, Chloé champions an adoration for Boho chic, from flowing silhouettes, loose fits and delicate colourways.

With Parisian designer Natacha Ramsay-Levi at the helm, the brand continues to foster this penchant for all things retro, while catering to the ever-changing sensibilities of the modern woman, through cutting edge finishes, embellishments and cult-coveted ‘it’ bags.

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Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Accessories


The Land of the Free served as the starting point to many a runway look. Blending elements of frontier fashion with country charm, Raf Simons again turned to America’s sartorial pedigree as a source of inspiration. Capturing the mood of the moment, CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC echoed the ongoing Americana trend. Expect the mash-up of references we have come to expect of Simons as everything from utilitarian staples, tumbling buffalo style skirts and signs of the Wild West were up for grabs.

“CALVIN KLEIN 205W39NYC for me is one of the most exciting brands in the market right now with Raf Simons' fresh take on its all-American roots. The brand’s Autumn/Winter 2017 western boots were, without a doubt, the key driver of this season’s western trend and we have great variety of colours landing into store."
Rebecca Tinker, International Womenswear Buyer

Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Accessories


The enduring legacy of Hubert de Givenchy is given a renewed vision driven by creative director, Clare Waight Keller. Championing the founder’s love of a graphic print, house tropes are reimagined for the modern woman.

A perfect union of custom and contemporary, Waight Keller’s debut for the heritage house saw the launch of the GV3 bag. Named after Givenchy’s original address on Paris’ Avenue Georges V, the luxury leather showcases the iconic interlocking Gs, offering a gentle nod to today’s climate of logo mania.

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Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Accessories


You haven’t seen power dressing in 2018 until you’ve feasted your eyes upon the sculptural offering from Australian brand Ellery. Famed by its architectural silhouettes and monochromatic palette that is pleasingly interrupted with bright flashes of candyfloss pink, the eponymous brand was founded in 2007 by former fashion editor Kym Ellery.

Championed by the likes of pop glitterati Rihanna and Hollywood royalty Cate Blanchett, the label delivers a delicious line-up of fluted flared trousers, spiralled sleeves and voluminous profiles.

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Available: Ready-to-wear


Made in America and taking inspiration from their homeland, NY-based design duo Lauren Rodriguez and Michael Freels are reimaging the traditional workwear aesthetic so synonymous with Americana. Pioneering a hybrid of utilitarianism with military wares and a millennial sensibility, the designers are part of a slew of creatives turning to the U-S-of-A as a source of inspiration.

“Our customer is going to love the quality and integrity of LOROD. Known for creating modern interpretations of American classics, this is particularly relevant to us this season where the American West has been a key trend.”
Emma McKenzie, Womenswear Buyer, Harvey Nichols

Available: Ready-to-wear


Lacquered outer layers, mismatch-panelled tartan and thick brim buckle belts – if we ever needed further evidence of fashion’s ongoing love affair with 80s and 90s nostalgia, you need only look to Versace Autumn/Winter 2018.

Alongside the Italian powerhouse’s signature hallmarks, from Baroque and Rococo-inspired prints to the decadent Medusa head emblem, the Versace vanguard continues to infuse a glamorous and opulent Mediterranean sensuality into the lives of women all over the globe. After all, Donatella herself did say to Vogue: “There is no one thought in this collection; it’s a lot of women coming together to be courageous and strong.”

Available: Ready-to-wear, Accessories


Originally founded as luxury leather artisans in Madrid in 1846, LOEWE’s long-line of luxury heritage only stands to be bolstered even more by the appointment of London designer Jonathan Anderson as the Creative Director in 2013.

A celebrated designer, Anderson is credited with reinvigorating the luxury house. By raiding the archives he has reengineered styles thus cementing their position as street style staples. Alongside the brand’s coveted bags, playful prints, contemporary shapes and iconic logos accentuate LOEWE’s long-standing stamp on the fashion industry that has women across the world lusting after it.


Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Accessories


Tinged with elements of 80s drama, with a smattering of disco thrown in for good measure, Carmen March ramps up the glamour. High energy, dramatic silhouettes and undeniable glamour typify the reactivated brand.

"Having only re-launched her label back in spring 2017, after a long hiatus, Carmen March is now firmly established as the go-to brand for eighties-inspired silhouettes with a Spanish twist. Keeping power dressing at the forefront of her designs, the Madrid-based designer always ensures there is a sense of fun and energy to her collections. With a background in couture, it’s no surprise that the collections have a focus on fabric developments and a play on textures, with our favourite from Autumn/Winter 2018 being the graphic red jacquards offset with pops of leopard.”
Rebecca Tinker, International Womenswear Buyer, Harvey Nichols


Continuing the visionary work started by Cristóbal Balenciaga in 1919, Georgian designer and industry influencer Demna Gvasalia now takes the reins as Creative Director of the luxury Spanish house.

Acclaimed worldwide for its distinguished silhouettes and forward-thinking approach to design, Gvasalia’s eye for capturing the zeitgeist maintains Balenciaga as a modernist front-runner in all discerning contemporary wardrobes.

Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes, Accessories


Tough-luxe in attitude and execution, signature studs trace the contours of many of the house’s cherished pieces, from the celebrated Rockstud stilettos to bags, sunglasses and beyond. Lashing of attitudes are always order of the day at Valentino.

Pierpaolo Piccioli has infused the Italian label with postmodern panache since taking the helm in 2016, following a stint with Maria Grazia Chiri as Co-Creative Directors. Since riding solo, Piccioli has brought on such iconic figures from the art world as Nathalie du Pasquier and George Sowden of the legendary Memphis Group and print designer Zandra Rhodes.

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Available: Ready-to-wear, Shoes


Founded in 1996, Jimmy Choo was the lovechild of Malaysian shoemaker Jimmy Choo and British Vogue’s former Accessories Editor Tamara Mellon. With the sartorial potential of quite literally elevating even the most understated of outfits with its unmistakable brand hallmarks, from scalloped shapes, sky-high heels and a much welcome penchant for glitter, the brand is a favourite among the street style set and editors across the globe.

Now headed up by Choo’s niece, Sandra Choi, Jimmy Choo will continue to embody the sexy sophistication with playful whimsy that has made it into one of the most coveted shoes, accessories and perfumery brands to date.

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Available: Shoes, Accessories


Universally adored, from outdoor enthusiasts to streetwear stalwarts, the Italian-based brand has come a long way from its humble Grenoble roots. Originating from the small French mountain village as an expert outerwear label, today the brand is known to collaborate with such industry juggernauts as Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli and young London designer Craig Green; recasting the outerwear label through an experimental high fashion lens.

Renowned for its functionality, the patriotic red, white and blue emblem has become a status symbol both on and off the piste. Boasting an expansive line of high-tech staples alongside expertly constructed essentials, the label is fast becoming a go-to for every landscape.

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Available: Ready-to-wear, Accessories


Channelling Upper East Side NYC vibes, the Michael Kors collection imbues an American spirit into feminine silhouettes and sportswear styles. All crafted from the most luxury materials, Michael Kors is there for you from lunches in Central Park to a chic cocktail bar Uptown.

Michael Kors started designing at the tender age of 19, and in 2010 became the youngest person ever to be awarded the CFDA's Geoffrey Beene Lifetime Achievement Award. His covetable handbags, watches, shoes and accessories ensure you can complete your look with aplomb.

Available: Ready-to-wear, Accessories


Characterised by the use graphic adornment and a signature sloped heel, the eye-pleasing shapes of Malone Souliers have made these striking shoes popular among stylish circles. Catering to artistically aware women, each handmade pair boasts fabulous fabrications – expect leather and satin cast in rich jewel tones and offset with metallic accents.

Weaving expert construction with experimental design, the London-based label boasts refined features and a starry selection of celebrity fans. Jennifer Lawrence, Solange Knowles and Lupita Nyong'o have all fallen head over heels for the architectural ingenuity evident in each pair of Malone Souliers shoes.

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Can’t make it to Knightsbridge? Take a peek at the stunning new floor in our gallery below. The First Floor space features a new design concept that offers a sophisticated and elegant interior akin to a luxury boutique. The exposure of the original windows floods the 22,000sq.ft space in natural light, adding to the beautiful open and airy environment. Shoe devotees will fall head over heels for the new bespoke shoe display, a true feast for the eyes with an eclectic mix of marble, textured glass and raw steel. At the heart of the floor is a group of highly-trained Style Advisers, on hand to solve any style query. Plus, those not in London can access their expertise through #AskHN — a revolutionary new way to shop online that brings customers a personal on-demand experience with in-store team members.