The FOMO List: This month's can't-miss items from Scandinavia's best luxury sourcer

By Martina Harts

Welcome to FOMO List, a monthly column courtesy of Danish fashion sourcer extraordinaire Martina Harts. Having earned the reputation for being able to get her hands on the most impossible-to-get luxury items, Harts receives more than 50 requests per day from fashion profiles all over the world, each seeking their dream piece. Here, Harts offers an insider guide to this month’s most requested items – the ones that you can still get your hands on, anyway. Snap them up before it’s too late

Hello, once again, my lovely readers and clients. This is the March edition of your FOMO List edit, and this time around, we're gladly celebrating the first month of spring – signalling the start of the season we've all been waiting for.


The spring/summer '24 collections have now launched globally and I am thrilled to see rich palettes of red and burgundy and luxurious satin and latex fabrics. This column is always based upon my most-received requests, but it also incorporates styles that I believe are going to sell out before you know it. For instance, Gucci that took the world by storm, or Alaïa that is a perennial top-of-list brand for Fomo's sourcing, and my personal all-time favourite: The Row. This week, focus is also on

So, it's a pleasure to welcome you to Fomo Call's March shopping edit – thoughtfully curated with you in mind. Run while stocks and sizes last for these in-demand pieces.


The Row

Eva calf-hair ballet flats

Via Mytheresa

“And here it is my ladies… The last three sizes left and I really hope you get these – as my DM has been on fire since. The burgundy colour is one of my faves and it's here to stay for summer too. Yes, I said it...”



Sculpting dress nude

“I will just leave this beauty here, as it is. No words needed.”


The Row

90's leather shoulder bag

Via Mytheresa

“The Row 90 bag is back – and this time in suede. In love! I am keeping eye on this style as I love when brands are remaking popular items… and we all know how fast 'sold out' appeared last time.”



Techno gabardine half-zip jacket

Via Mytheresa

“This half-zipped jacket from Gucci has been in my DMs since the pre-order stage. If you are the lucky size left, you may still be able to get your hands on it.”



Satin mules - green

Via Mytheresa

“I love the new satin mules from Prada, and clearly the Fomo community does as well – sizes are moving fast. All of the colours of this show are gorgeous, but I pick the green this season for fun pop of colour.”



Flamenco purse bag in mellow nappa lambskin

“This new version of Loewe's 'Flamenco' bag is totally reaching to every closet worldwide. I love the soft leather and the versatility to also wear it as a clutch. It comes in four different colours, but I adore the colour-pop green.”



Logo rectangular sunglasses

Via Mytheresa

"The colour burgundy reigns supreme in this month's edit. These sunglasses are just WOW.”



Rodeo medium handbag in black

Via Balenciaga

“By far Balenciaga's most in-demand bag is the 'Rodeo'. You can say many things about it, but when I saw Kim Kardashian as brand ambassador, I knew something gorgeous would be coming through. The bag can be work with two different closure types, and in Fomo world, we adore it.”



Horsebit platform loafer

“We all had our eyes on the Paris Fashion Week and platforms were definitely a recurring detail across so many runways. It's a definite platforms comeback and they're here to stay.”



Jackie small shoulder bag

“The most sourced bag of late is definitely the Gucci 'Jackie' in burgundy and it's not even surprising, given this is the colour of the season.”



Shark pumps in calfskin

“The genius kind of magic that creative director Pieter Mulier is working at Alaïa lately... I'm all in. The house has been at the top of my most-requested brands for almost a year now. It started with the crystal-embellished ballerinas, then the fishnets. But now I see bags and ready-to-wear increasingly in my DMs. It's so beautiful to follow the journey.”