Acenté was founded in 2019 by award winning designer and creative director, Dayun Lee. The brand offers a contemporary avant-garde design, designs that are expressed in a present-day way by combining classical and avant-garde aesthetics into wearable pieces that encourage individuality.

We encompass the meaning 'Subtle Accent', and it pursues a unique, stylish and long-lasting design that will outlast any short term fashion trends. The brand finds color and form in various women's figures and values a storytelling theme.

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Alex Shen graduated in Womenswear at Bunka Fashion College in 2013 in Tokyo. She served as president of the Foreign Student Association, and received a scholarship of excellent performance. She has a solid foundation in fine art, and has been appraised for her art heel sketches by Jimmy Choo. During her time in Tokyo, she also studied at an avant-garde school, Coconogacco famous for art and creative performance training for which she was highly appraised.

After Interning at HANAI INC. and HIROKO KOSHINO INTERNATIONAL INC., Alex Shen founded Alex Design Studio in Tokyo Shibuya, and started a series of art and design practices.

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Jen Neame-Collins is an independent British jewellery designer based in France. She is the founder of Atelier Jen, a statement jewellery brand known for its intricate details, bold patterns and a special technique of papier-mâché resulting in an impeccable unique aesthetic.

Jen began using her techniques to create jewellery inspired by many things, from Renaissance art to Dolly Parton, classical to kitsch, each collection evolves naturally from the last, with new colours, shapes and patterns fitting seamlessly into the aesthetic.

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The brand 'B SLASH B' was launched by ANNIE EUNBYEOL CHOI in Seoul, South Korea in 2017. After Choi's graduation, she has committed herself entirely into the fashion industry, and her graduate collection has rapidly gained a significant level of media attention and press exposure, through the Graduate Talent Programme of Fashion Crossover London. She has brought to the fashion industry a breathe of fresh air, through her high end tailor made but yet contemporary Menswear signature design style.

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The playful and sculptural designs of Cleo De Laet are inspired by strong women, artists and artworks that fascinate the designer. Educated as an architect, the designer has developed a very unique approach towards fashion design and her creative process results in elegant, timeless silhouettes and complex constructions with a strong eye for details.

Her collection has a very personal expression and is made of unique, high-quality materials that extend the life of the garments

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Ellis Mhairi Cameron is a fine jeweller, whose work is inspired by her Scottish heritage. Created by hand in her London studio, Ellis uses traditional techniques and hand skills to give her pieces their signature rugged aesthetic.

Since launching her brand in 2017, Ellis has secured several stockists within the UK and Europe, and has been featured in publications such as Vanity Fair and Vogue.

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After graduating from Birmingham City University, Xin Wen launched her own brand, Espiègle. Redefining the art of millinery with fun, passion and literal skill, Wen’s bold creations are transforming the hat world. Blending her fearless imagination with a more accessible sensibility, she creates amazing and unexpected head adornments for every occasion.

It’s no surprise that due to her avant-garde aesthetic, her elegantly energetic works of art have been featured in the likes of Cosmopolitan, Little Thing and Coco Magazine.

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Robert Fabo founded Fabo Designs at the end of 2017, based in Germany. As a former model, Robert Fabo has always had references to fashion, visual art and design. After all the experiences Fabo has had, his desire to become a Independent creative mind grew enormously. Being close to design, planning, production and development has driven him forward. He attended a sewing Course (also other technical Courses) and immediately started designing.

Then there was the birth of his first Backpack, the Backpack Nevio. Fabo had a Vision, the vision was to make life more beautiful.

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Fei Fei Yang graduated from MA Menswear at London College of Fashion in 2014 after studying BA Womenswear. Soon after she launched FEI FEI YANG, her own menswear brand instilled with a concept of blurring traditional gender boundaries in fashion.

Inspiration is derived from architecture, astrology, music and feminism.

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Since her early days footwear designer, Assiya Daribekova, has always been passionate about shoes. At the age of 21, Assiya opened her own footwear store presenting the most beautiful shoes, before becoming a multiple entrepreneur, consultant and designer.

Fields of Gold founder and designer, Assiya, created the brand through one style, one pattern and six colours.

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Fei Fei Guo graduated in Fashion Womenswear from Qing Hua Arts College, a prestigious art school in China, in 2007. He soon found a passion for producing hand made leather accessories and established his brand GOFEFE in 2012. GOFEFE reconceptualises the language of bondage and BDSM in a playful manner to create accessories including harnesses, bags, keychains and lollipop cases.

His work includes bold or pastel colours as well as the more traditional monochrome palette found in bondage.

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GU CHIT A was founded by Shahnaz Natasha Imran, graduate from ESMOD Jakarta International Fashion and Business School, Indonesia in 2018 specialising in New Couture. An ambitious and highly creative designer that can make her into Best Fashion Design of New Couture in ESMOD Jakarta. Also being a top 10 finalist of Fashion Division for Paris fashion Week 2018.

Now GU CHIT A focused on a Ready-to-Wear Luxury collection. But still with deep research for the theme and ideas. Passionate in creating collection that involve handmade, details, exclusivity and luxurious, with the more simple silhouette, so everyone not only enjoy the artistic of it but also can wear it.

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House of Compulsion is a UK-based womenswear brand, founded by the award winning designer, Alina Morar.

The brand began with a project to reinvent an all-time favourite clothing item: the Biker Jacket. House of Compulsion specialises in deconstructing and reinterpreting the classic biker jacket by exploring with leather, textures, shapes and colours in unexpected ways.

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IA London was founded in 2016 by award winning designer and creative director, Ira Avezov and fast became known for her elegantly alluring scarves. The brand’s unique and instantly recognisable signature comes from diverse cultural influences and the use of engaging, hypnotic colours within their designs. Each scarf is a spontaneous touch of fashion. They are modern, authentic and completely independent, giving your look that perfect finishing touch.

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Italian born and raised in Germany, Jennifer Moica has had a love for creating and drawing from an early age. This passion lies in her family’s DNA, her grandmother in Sardinia used to sew and tailor pieces for all of her relatives and friends.

The pieces she creates give off an edgy, psychedelic feel and are filled with urban graphics, material mixes and layered drapes. She has received wide-ranging media coverage for her collections and has been featured on the likes of Glamour Magazine, Sleeves Magazine and Bright & Bent Magazine.

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Klockwise is a contemporary knitwear brand founded in 2018, combining the classic elements, knit techniques and creating timeless romance designs. Like the hour hand moves around the clock, eternal and classic elements are brought from the past and move to the next with a new concept. As a 100% knitwear brand, Klockwise has been exploring the usage of different yarns and stitches.

Featured yarns with dedicated stitches not only are exquisite but also comfortable. Klockwise aims to provide elegant yet comfortable cocktail dresses and day wears for every woman who likes to dress up for her memorable moments.

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KYLE’LYK is a high-end casual menswear brand based in New York. It is produced in a unique design inspired by ordinary things or things that are easy to pass by in everyday life. You can see the uniqueness and the brand value with the design of small details. The selected fabrics do not tire easily while meeting ordinary people and carrying out normal daily life.

The KYLE’LYK brand will tell stories through use of different stylish techniques of printing, knitting and embroidery.

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Lawrence Chieh-Min Chang, a New York based designer, is a craftsman who focuses on creating artistic, provoking, yet elegant silhouettes for the heroine-to-be woman. He often combines traditional garment-making techniques with modern technology and materials; believing that innovative design is the key to preserving the past, and forging the future.

Born and raised in Taiwan, Lawrence has developed a love for the mechanisms behind the function of creations and seeks change for improvements.

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Léon Bara is a contemporary menswear label combining resilience and utility with refined and progressive aesthetics. They create contemporary uniforms relevant for movement through our urban surroundings, tailoring functionality to the needs of the wearer. At the label’s core lies a tension between the fragile and resilient, natural and synthetic, conventional and progressive.

Léon Bara works closely with specialist manufacturers, combining advanced construction techniques and traditional craftsmanship to create clothing defined by versatility, comfort and uncompromising performance.

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Loom Loop was founded by Polly Ho and Andy Wong, once is a dreamer the other is a perfectionist, it was a chance encounter with a 300 year old heritage fabric. When the designers saw the heritage fabric called the Canton silk, they were bowled over by the artisan techniques employed to dye the silk, it uses plant based dye, river mud and solar power.

It is eco-friendly though the process is painstaking it transforms the delicate and fragile silk into something with more substance that can withstand the test of time. The unusual texture and its unique appearance are the result of the organic process and chemistry from all the elements from nature.

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Launched in 2018, Manimekala is a brand based on a dream: beautiful fashion that empowers both the wearer and the makers. While studying on the University of Westminster's prestigious BA (Hons) Fashion course, Manimekala Fuller gained international experience in the fashion industry, interning under designers Manish Arora and Roksanda Illinčić, amongst others. Upon graduation, her love for colour and pattern as a form of wearable expression led her to establish her namesake brand, for those who dream.

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Marrisa Wilson NY was founded in 2016 by Marrisa Wilson - first generation Guyanese American born and raised in New Jersey. Wilson majored in Fashion Design with double minors in Fashion Merchandising and Product Development, receiving her BFA in May of 2015. In fall 2013, Wilson spent a semester abroad in Paris, honing her skills at both the Mod'Spe International School of Merchandising and Paris College of Art.

As a two time Fashion Scholarship Fund Winner, Wilson has had an impressive resume with names such as J. Mendel, Oscar de la Renta, rag & bone, and Calvin Klein.

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Michel Kabbany is a Lebanese Armenian fashion designer. Beirut based since his early years, Michel was born in the modern 90’s with an indisputable love to eccentric arts and fashion.

His passion paved his way through one of the most renowned fashion schools in Beirut; ESMOD (École Supérieure des Arts et Technique de la Mode) following the steps of the biggest names in the business. Alumni of 2012, Michel debuted his professional career surrounded by the best names in the market through Dubai and Beirut including Azzi & Osta.

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NATTA is a ready-to-wear designer brand founded in 2018 by Jenny Nattakarn upon graduating from the prestigious Fashion Design Womenswear at Istituto Marangoni in London.

NATTA stands by the concepts of deconstruction and modernism of womenswear’s silhouette. She focused on exploring new ways of constructing garments to even small exquisite finishing details to make each of them unique but wearable with the balance between masculinity and femininity.

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Born in 1977 in Germany, Nina Athanasiou used to work as an Freelance Illustrator while also running her own Bar after studying Fashion Design. In 2013, after giving birth to her two children, she finally turned back to Fashion and has been presenting her Label successfully during Fashion Week New York, London, Berlin and Vancouver as well as Boston. In 2013 she was also rewarded with the Emerging Designer Award during Fashion Week London, in 2016 she won the Fashion Award of BKFW in Brooklyn, New York.

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Brazilian born and London raised, Gabriela Piagetti is an authentic designer and believes in the excellence of well designed shoes. She created her own brand, Piagetti and has been designing stop-in-the-street, head turning styles for well over 10 years.

With a strong Italian footwear heritage and architect parents, it’s no surprise that she was instantly attracted to design and craftsmanship. No heel is too high and no detail too decadent, Gabriela creates a range of custom creations.

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Chan Ho Chi started his own brand, RHAPSODY IN FOREST after graduating from MA Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins in 2013. His collections have been exhibited at the London Design Festival. He has also collaborated with Renli Su, a London based fashion designer, at London Fashion week, Paris Fashion week and Shanghai Fashion Week. He is a registered member of the British Goldsmiths Company and has received a commend award from Goldsmiths Design.

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Significantly influenced by her upbringing in Taiwan, a country of complex culture background, Sabrina has cultivated a keen passion for different cultures. The dynamic art scene and cultural climate in New York provided her a wellspring of inspirations and nourishment. Titled “the Art of Travel,” Sabrina’s first collection was enlightened by her journey to Williamsburg in Brooklyn, where the vigorous street art blends in the Jewish neighborhood.

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Ruizi Shi graduated in Fashion Womenswear from Istituto Marangoni, Italy in 2012. After her studies abroad in Italy and London, she returned to China and founded her brand and store SHUR RUITZ in Chonqing in 2013. Her designs can be described as an amalgamation of East couture with the West and aim to bring harmonious aesthetics to modern times.

She is influenced by Taoism, the concept of inner peace translates into her minimal contemporary designs.

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Originally from Seoul, Ike Seungik Lee studied BFA Sculpture at Seoul National University, subsequently MA Fashion at Kingston University. Upon graduating in 2016, Ike launched his own label ‘STARSICA’. By combining the distinctive values from his earlier art works, Ike incorporates functionality with his conceptual messages, thus showing his ability to evolve into the brand ‘STARSICA’.

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STUDIO_COPULA began as an experimental accessories lab based in NYC. Established by four designers Christina Zhu, Cecilia Zhu, Eason Gao, Chubai Liu in 2018.The name is derived from the Latin noun for a “link” or “tie” that connects two different things. The label holds the belief that humans are social animals that need to be connected in order to thrive and to survive.

“Social”, the word itself, is merely a coping-ideology formulated by the development of our societal infrastructure, fuelled by the human instinct to orient towards each other. It is merely collective ideas projected outwards, merely expressions of human connectivity, yet a dominant force that shapes the perception and behaviour of our current generation.

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Caroline Karro is an award-winning designer and founder of Studio Karro. Caroline’s designs and detailed tailoring is proof of the mastered fashion craftsmanship that Studio Karro is bringing to the each of the garments.

She debuted her first collection at London’s Graduate Fashion Week, which was followed by the first stockist boutique at London’s Camden Town and a showcase of her collection at London Fashion Week.

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Subin Hahn is a Gender Fluid Wear designer. Taken from traditionally feminine elements, his designs challenge traditional mens and unisex fashion aesthetics, aiming to provide equality in current fashion industry, while embracing his or her own ambiguity and fluidity.

Based on his belief that art is a spiritual activity that conveys one’s faith and belief, he aims to help the wearers bring out their own spirits through his designs, and to provide hope of a better future.

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Tag Battoo aims to bring a healing energy to fashion. Launched in Spring 2019, Tag Battoos are fragments of fine art for handbags and jackets that also breathe new life into much-loved pieces, restore vintage treasures; and offer rescue remedies when luck doesn’t go your way.

Using inking, embossing and gilding techniques Tag Battoos are inspired by tattoos and their transformative and symbolic qualities which render them far from skin deep. Tag Battoos go beyond decoration to act like a “Band-Aid” to gently and beautifully heal holes, tears, burns and stains.

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Tian Wang graduated in BA Fashion Design Technology Surface Textile for Fashion at London College of Fashion in 2009. After returning to China she founded her brand 'tiantian' in 2012. Her distinctive personal style is feminine yet contemporary. Inspiration is mainly derived from nature using hand drawn and digitally printed florals and soft tones in simple modern silhouettes.

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Tissuville’s name has a narration of its own. In French, “Tissu”- means Fabric, Web, that is bound and “Ville”- means Town. The essence of Tissuville is based on the connection we create and build with the world, the journey that we take on board to “conquer more”. Tissuville is a brand rooted in symbolism, the Tissuville Gryphon- a creature part eagle and part lion with maracas is a key trademark and embodies freedom, courage, and flow.

Launched in 2018, the brand started its own journey in Stockholm, 2011. Tissuville’s world is a world of luxury and authenticity, empowering accessories created to evoke celebration.

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Viktoria Tisza, is a Hungarian fashion designer who launched her eponymous brand focusing on women’s swimwear. Since 2014 she has been experimenting with new technologies and she has created moulded pieces of silicone rubber, a versatile material that supports her sci-fi ambience concepts.

The technology Viktoria has developed and the pieces she has created are both visually pleasing, waterproof and enduring are highly eco-friendly.

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Yun Qu is the founder and creative director of Videmus Omnia. Videmus Omnia is an independent fashion brand based in New York City founded in 2016. Yup Qu has a different approach to fashion, she studied classical piano since she was five years old which has had influenced her in design.

Videmus Omnia came from Latin, means we see everything. Yun has a vision that the future fashion industry will be supported and catered for millions of small fashion workshops, studios, and companies.

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Established in 2014, Vols & Original is a London based brand of custom-made outerwear and couture creations. Bespoke tailoring, along with this duo’s passions - music and craftsmanship - are the core identities of the brand.

The designs, originally crafted for private orders by notorious VIP clients across the UK, soon became popular within their network and the positive response was the turning point that led to the creation of the label. The inspiration behind the brand comes from the desire of two souls, Bart ‘Vols’ and Natalia ‘Original’ to share their love for fashion, art and music with the world.

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Li Ling Wang, based in Taiwan, studied MA Textile Futures at Central Saint Martins in 2011. Wang’s signature design consists of the creative application of new materials and the continued success of science and technology combined with fashion. She has explored the creative possibilities within material science and high and low technology. This has been achieved through conceptualising the forces of nature and further experimenting toward the development and application of technology in fashion

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Ying Yang (Y-Y) is a New York based womenswear brand, established in 2019. Ying believes that as a designer, she is not just designing clothes, but sharing stories. After her previous experience several fashion labels, she wanted to launch her own label to translate her stories into modern fashion pieces.

The designer is based in New York, and graduated from Pratt Institute. Ying Yang was originally born in China and, moved to the U.S, New York City at the age of 13. After her graduation, she works for Vera Wang, Jill Stuart, and Title of work, Ying launch her label Ying Yang at 2019.

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Yi Zhou received her MA in Industrial Design at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2013. Her works include an amalgamation of art, design and fashion. LITTLE E was founded in 2014 in Beijing, as an innovative accessories brand which combines her interests. 

One of her projects, ‘Body Memory,’ consists of duplicated cast models of body parts, which have been transformed into accessories. The project is based on how our body stores memories about our experiences, habits and sensations.

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Yoster's jewellery is a blend of preciseness, power and emotion with a vision to create jewellery that stands also as a sculpture object that you can connect to, collect and keep.

Founder Hila Amar named her brand after her parents, Yosi and Ester, who taught her two of the most important skills that make her the artist she is today, how to touch and how to believe. She is driven by the material and inspired by natural patterns. Hila seeks to find forms that maintain a dialogue between spirit and material. Her collections are contemporary yet timeless.

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Founded in 2014, Zapota Hair is a London based premium hair brand company built around the concept of redefining hair by turning it into a fashion accessory. They craft a collection of trendy and inventive styles with a focus on quality materials and clean designs.

Zapota Hair also heavily focus on sustainability by ensuring that their hair products are obtained from ethical and non-exploitative sources. Manikara zapota is a tropical fruit rich in vitamins, minerals and antitoxins found mainly in Amazonia zapota and is known for having numerous health benefits. For Zapota Hair the exotic zapota fruit is a symbol of strength, diversity, vitality and beauty.

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