Originally from Singapore, Ashley Isham moved his life to London to venture on a fashion career in 1996.
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Dubai Design & Fashion Council (DDFC) in partnership with Fad Institute of Luxury, Fashion & Style Dubai (Fad Dubai) to unveil Egyptian label Three Fifty Nine by designer Marwa Sayed at Fashion Scout during London Fashion Week.
Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art, Pam Hogg has been awarded the Newbury medal of distinction, the Frank Warner memorial medal, the Leverhulme scholarship and the Royal Society of Arts bursary in recognition of her early work.
Central St Martins BA womenswear graduate and environmentalist, Simon Mo, has had an impressive career within fashion design and has explored a variety of nature inspired concepts within his collections. Simon has worked with Nathan Jenson’s ‘Mask’ womenswear label in Shanghai as well as the British Fashion Council and Alexander McQueen.
London based fashion designer, Ilaria Lepore, explores notions of beauty and gender by creating minimalistic, androgynous collections. To create her contemporary styles, she uses cotton, wool and leather to challenge mainstream fashion norms. By using black exclusively in her designs accentuates the shape and the cut of the pieces, as well as experimenting with shadows and silhouettes.
With SOE Jakarta’s designer, Monique Soeriaatmadja’s lust for innovative designs, it bodes well that she formulates her collections using cut fabrics developed after working closely with weavers from all over the country.
Limkokwing University, based in Malaysia, is Asia’s most international university. It’s main campus hosts 30,000 students from over 160 countries, making it the premium yet competitive place to study. There are almost 200 ambitious programmes that cover all creative industries and they are the world’s first University to have a fashion label, investing consistently in their students’ futures.
As expected, Rocky Star’s return to Freemasons Hall for his Autumn Winter 2018 collection was nothing short of sensational. Flaunting exceptional craftsmanship, superb attention to colour and tone, and exquisite contouring, Star reinvigorates his signature styles.
The Autumn Winter 2018 collection Starsica electrified the audience with practical, everyday pieces while still cultivating an atmosphere of childish intrigue.
With a mission to use the power of fashion to raise awareness on the poaching crisis and fund Fashion for Conservation began the global tour of their exhibition all over the world, Canada, US, Spain and Europe have been subject to these profound collections that work so hard to convey their messages worldwide.
A self-confessed full blown maximalist Kristel Kuslapuu’s collection is an explosion of bold, whimsical designs in bright tones, innocent curls and tiaras, and powerful political slogans.
With an array of astrological inspired prints with a colour palette of blue hues and cream accents. We saw intricate white stitching imitating constellations on sky blue, loose-fitting garments, as mellow beats from DJ Questionmark played in the background.
After a long day filled with amazing shows and innovative designs, INIFD LST added even more vibrancy and colour on to the catwalk. As Nadia Essex sang along to the 70’s mix tape and Olivia Buckland bopped her head to the music, we saw an array of jacquard textiles and bold patterns.
This AW18 collection is another flawless display for Taiwanese-born designer Malan Breton. Blending cold leather and harsh silhouettes with sumptuous textures and audacious prints, Breton demonstrated once again that he is the master of fusing fabrics, tones and form.
Manchester based designer Zeynep launched her brand in 2013 after years of experience in the fashion industry. Glitter, sequins and all aspects of luxe red-carpet wear can be seen within her collections.
The glamorous Mimi Tran has built an equally gorgeous brand with her artistic talents and lust for elegant design. Mimi has continued to expand her brand this season from red-carpet wear to bridal that features delicate lacing and intricate beading