Having trained at London’s Sir John Cass School of Art and Design, Dominic Jones launched his debut collection in 2009 and won the acclaim of the industry as well as a cult following amongst fashion insiders and A-listers including Beyoncé, Rihanna and Florence Welch. In 2011 Dominic was awarded ‘Jewelry Designer of the Year’ at the Elle Style Awards.
Swedish-born Fannie Schiavoni moved to the UK to study tailoring at the London College of Fashion. Having worked for such designers as Hussein Chalayan and Giles Deacon, she launched her debut collection and soon went on to win multiple New Gen awards.
All pieces in the collection are designed and handcrafted, ring by ring, in London. The raw and distinctive shape of the chains will make any outfit stand out. This season I began researching Japan, went on to Samurais, to kimonos, to Georgia O’Keeffe, and onwards. But essentially it is always all about the handcraft techniques and working with the materials.”
After first pursuing a career in acting, London-based Irish designer J.W. Anderson went on to study menswear at the London College of Fashion, graduating in 2005 and later launching his own label with a first men’s collection in 2008.
Educated at The Glasgow School of Art and Central Saint Martins, Louise Gray brings her bold use of color and image to her label based on brightly hued, boldly textured garments employing a wide range of materials and reworking traditional embroidery, print, knitwear and woven techniques to create modern folk.
Irish-born Simone Rocha graduated from Dublin’s National College of Art & Design before obtaining an MA Hons in Fashion from Central Saint Martins. After showing at London Fashion Week as part of the MA show, Louise soon went on to earn a New Gen sponsorship and critical acclaim.
Upon graduating from Kingston University, Sophie Hulme soon started her own label, focusing on a selection of luxury outerwear, dresses, bags and accessories with a real emphasis on quality and a unique, timeless aesthetic. Based in Islington, the brand quickly gained interest from press and buyers alike, with features in The Daily Telegraph, Elle and Dazed & Confused.
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