Born in London, Georgia Hardinge’s transient early life and international background gave her much opportunity to travel and develop her fascination with design. Training at Parsons School of Art and design in Paris, Georgia won acclaim by receiving the best designer award for her graduate collection. It was here that she first developed her sculptural aesthetic.
Each season, Kit Neale designs a range of vibrant patterns and images which are printed, embroidered and woven to create each collection, with abstract references often exploring British life, culture and craft.
Founded by Fyodor Podgorny & Golan Frydman this playful adolescent brand, creates a wardrobe for today’s global modern & iconic women; seductive, fragile and fearless. Manipulating materials through new technology brings to life distinctive textiles and 3D embroideries. This is the brands first sample sale so you are guaranteed to find some amazing pieces here!
Tourne De Transmission
Founded in 2012, Rotating transmission is the literal translation of Tourne de Transmission: an analogy for the idea of combining visuals and words with the result of generating a message.
She completed her MA in fashion at Central Saint Martins in 2011, where she created a stand out collection for her show at London Fashion Week. Pyo's use of wooden sculptures together with fluid dresses created a beautifully idiosyncratic mood that captured the attention of the fashion press. Following her show Rejina was chosen by the H&M owned ‘Weekday’, to create a range of designs based on her MA collection that were sold in over 30 of their stores across Europe.
One of the few female designers on the British menswear scene, Lou Dalton has fast become a figurehead for homegrown talent at London Collections Men. Her USP? Having an innate and all-encompassing understand of what men want from their clothes: practicality, a dash of adventure and, above all else, something that makes the wearer look damn good.