Sisterly love is unconditional—so they say. This certainly seems to be the case with Chloé and Parris Gordon, the design duo behind the up-and-coming Canadian brand Beaufille. Inevitably, they must have had their fair share of behind-the-scenes squabbles, but their familial ties make them the ideal collaborators, too. Chloé, with her background in textiles, understands how to make pieces that sync with Parris’s acute eye for accessorizing—she studied jewellery and metal-smithing at university. The result is a bold aesthetic cut with a minimal, sculptural edge. Huge, 70s-inspired bell-bottom flares and swaddling ruffles are sharpened by gaping steel cut-out rings and thick metal belts. With a focus on futuristic silhouettes and high-tech fabrics, this is power dressing at its most powerful.—Isobel Thompson

Beaufille (available at Net-a-porter); @beaufillefashion

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