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Abigail Grewal is a fashion designer specialising in womenswear and print design. She graduated from London College of Fashion in 2015 with a surface textile degree, and then in 2019, she graduated from Istituto Marangoni in London with a womenswear degree.

She has just launched her six look capsule graduate collection on fashion-crossover. Refracted spring summer 2020 is a collection inspired by Abigail’s childhood love for creating light movement using sparklers.

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Abigail Skrentny designs sports luxe womenswear focusing on the mood of her research. Ordinary stories of childhood and growing up, that are often overlooked, have continually inspired her. She views them through a dreamy and nostalgic lens showing rich emotions.

Abigail studied for her BA (Hons) in Fashion Design at Winchester School of Art leaving with a First-Class degree and receiving the Nancy Balfour Award for excellence. Her particular strengths are in research and meticulous cut and construction.

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A by Anubha was founded in 2012 by fashion designer Anubha Srivastav. After graduating from the Symbiosis Institute of Design in Pune, India, Anubha began her eclectic fashion journey at Donna Karan International, in New York, where she interned under the collection line. She also worked as an assistant fashion designer with prominent New Delhi-based designer Ritu Beri.

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Adela Babinská is a womenswear designer with a passion for experimental pattern cutting based in Slovakia and London.

She studied Fashion design in Slovakia before she transferred to the UK to do her BA degree in Fashion Design at Nottingham Trent University. Adela has always been using fashion as a medium that enables her to explore, develop and push the boundaries.

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ADIAMELIAS is a Womenswear label that explores and experiments with creative techniques and methods of pattern-cutting.

"Bodies are sites of representation, are not only physical but communicative" (Atkinson, 1971)

The SS/19 collection is inspired by body modification, body modification transcends any cultural boundaries. During the process of design development Adiam looked at both the primitive and modern primitive practises in a contemporary society where consumer culture uses the body as a representation as well as a display of a source of identity.

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Alejandra Herrera is a London-based Fashion BA (Hons) graduate from Edinburgh College of Art. Her design aesthetic draws upon both her Colombian heritage and the influences from living in the UK. Her graduate collection investigates the corruption of innocence. Alejandra’s inspiration for a collection that juxtaposes itself is a direct connection to her mixed cultural identity. Growing up in the UK she recieved exposure to formal and traditional tailoring and learnt about historical fashion. This significantly contrasted the fashion of Colombia where the culture is expressed through the colour and movement of the garments, thus influencing Herrera’s silhouette designs. 

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Ali Akbari (-93, Ghazni, Afghanistan) uses fashion design as a tool to challenge social oppression. He is driven by a curiosity of social codes around clothing, and how they affect our view upon gender roles and power. His bachelor project examines an afghan custom of dressing girls as boys – ”bacha posh” - through tailored suits, embroidery and beading.

Aiming to create clothes that carries a message and speaks a language of their own, he perceives design as a craft built upon knowledge of materials and an ability to see the possibilities that lies within them.

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Influenced by her background in fine arts, Alexandra’s passion for design and garment making merges with her appreciation of art and experimentation of innovative techniques in her womenswear collections. Her need for creating beautiful garments impacts her aesthetic, a mix of feminine and masculine shapes combined with print or embellishment give her designs a strong vision with a hint of fantasy.

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Alexandra, born in Kazakhstan graduated from the Fashion Design course in Istituto Marangoni in 2019. Surrounded by the Post-Soviet atmosphere during her childhood, typical Soviet streets full of vandalism but also art and fun have influenced Alexandra's collection. She has developed a unique style that recognises beauty in the small details of life.

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Alice Callum draws from the elements of performance art, theatrical presences and art within everyday life to form a collection, which promotes the individual, the unique and the weird. The essence of performance is seen in our daily lives, whether we perform through our clothes and appearance or hobbies and interests, each person stands within a performance of their own.

The collection focuses on developing individuality and performance through textile embellishment and detail. Focus on appliqué and beading combined with contrasting fabrics and bold colours addresses the outlandish themes and core of performance with the body as the medium.

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Alice Elizabeth Clarke is a London based Womenswear design graduate from the University for the creative arts, Epsom. Clarke draws inspiration from her intellectual research into feminist artists, romanticism and feminine sexuality. She aims to free women from the sexual boundaries thrust upon them by society, to do this she creates looks which allow women to be sexually free and empowered.

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Disturbed twists, contorted shapes and hung elements perfectly describe Alice Henrey’s maximalist sports luxe graduate collection.

Inspired by historical sportswear silhouettes from her dad’s personal Olympic magazine collection, Alice established large billowing shapes in contrast to tight restrictive bodies, which became the foundation silhouette throughout her collection.

Due to her hyper feminine and flamboyant style, Alice has worked alongside the likes of Marc Jacobs in New York and her designs have also been worn by singer, Jorja Smith in Paper Magazine.

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With a Passion for romance and elegance, Alice Oliver is a Womenswear and Knitwear designer based in London.

During the time she was pursuing her BA in Fashion Design at Kingston school of art, Alice had always been fascinated by vintage and archival clothing, especially from the 1930s ,and how it can be translated into modern fashion.

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Alice Pons has recently graduated in Fashion Design Womenswear at London College of Fashion.

Alongside her degree she has completed two internships at Céline for a total of six months. In her final year Alice was selected for the LCF 2018 Press Show, a prestigious event with significant press coverage. Alice’s graduate collection was featured on Elléments magazine, Evening Standard, Beauty Papers and on I-D Magazine online.

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Aloïse Mahé-Stephenson is a fashion Design womenswear designer, with a bicultural French and English background. Having grown up in Paris, this enabled her to find key interests in art and literature (psychology and philosophy in particular). After a year of Art foundation at the Atelier de Sèvres, she graduated from the London College of Fashion, in BA Fashion Design Womenswear in 2019.

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Born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, she discovered her new identity through embracing the name ‘Amber’ in the UK at an early age. She studied BA (Hons) Fashion Design Technology: Womenswear at London College of Fashion while building experience across various sectors in fashion and worked at renowned fashion brands including Tom Ford and Chalayan.

Her graduate collection, named ‘Repurpose’ is a fashion design project with a reimagined mode of avant-garde, sustainable aesthetic that aims to extend the life of textile products using modern craftsmanship and technology.

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Amy Thomson’s graduate collection focuses on fashion as a canvas for art, using hand rendered illustrations and surface prints to tell a narrative. Drawing on the details is the ethos to her graduate collection; blurring the lines between fashion design and illustration with contemporary awareness and innovation.

Her collection focuses on hand illustrative details throughout allowing her to design garments that relate to a particular character in a 3D way. By creating a narrative, Amy builds relationships with different audiences, addressing issues and values allowing the wearer to express issues they connect to through clothing.

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Amber May is a Textile designer based in London, specialising in fashion accessories. With a background in Fine art, Fashion and Textiles, the collections use experimental mixed media.

Currently, her collection explores ancient hand techniques that glorify the skill of craftmanship. Inspired by the beauty of boldily kinesthetic intelligence, particularly within hand crafted Thai architecture, the collection reflects this through modern colours, materials and fabric construction.

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With a passion for storytelling and an interest in creating positive and meaningful garments, Anna Lowe is a Womenswear designer based in Eastbourne and London.

During her time studying her BA in Fashion Design and Construction in University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Lowe had always been focused on how clothing can be used to empower and unite women.

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Anna Schuster is a sustainable fashion designer & futurist. A german-born fashion designer searching for alternative ways to improve the design process. Her mission is to discover what surrounds her to develop interdisciplinary collaborations with the aim to reuse resources, discover textile techniques and innovative materials.

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Anne Marie K is an Egyptian designer who graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2017. Her work explores the philanthropic approach of the position of Egyptian women. By fusing empowered feminine tailoring and elegance with once dying Egyptian traditional arts and crafts Anne Marie K is reinventing women empowerment and allowing them to feel treasured in what they wear.

Each piece in her graduate collection tells a story. The colours used in the garments are derived from the scenery in Egypt and the materials used encompass traditional Egyptian dying arts.

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Specialised in sustainability and circular design, French fashion designer Aurélie Fontan established her label in London after graduating from the Edinburgh College of Art.

With a Fine Art background, Aurélie pushes technological innovation and scientific discoveries to the forefront of her design process, combining avant-garde aesthetics and sustainable manufacturing methods.

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Empowering the female form through design is the passion of Ayida Solé, a Haitian-American womenswear designer based in Paris.

During her time at Parsons School of Design, both New York and Paris, she spent her time understanding the curves and shapes of the female form and diving in colour theory.

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Colour and labour intensive textile techniques are the key aspects of Bethan's creations, as well as personal and meaningful narratives. She designs for a woman who is feminine, fearless and with a sense of humour.

Drawing on her interests in retro aesthetics and interiors, Bethan’s final collection, “NUKE KID ON THE BLOCK”, began with a hunt to find 1970s bathrooms full of vibrant colour and intricate textures. As her design philosophy often incorporates narrative, Bethan was drawn to stories of Greenham Common Women’s Peace Camp.

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Bhavini Raindi is a Womenswear Designer, recently graduated from Birmingham City University with a BA degree in Fashion Design.

Bhavini’s graduate collection is inspired by a recent visit to the ‘Ocean Liners’ exhibition at the Victoria and Albert museum. Alongside, inspiration from the film ‘The Great Gatsby’, which takes a further look into the era of the 1920s Flappers and Gangsters.

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Bobby Campbell is a Graduate Womenswear Designer and studied at the University Of Central Lancashire. Throughout her latest graduate collection she created a range of vibrant layered garments, made up from a variety of textiles and colour contrasting prints.

The inspiration for her collection came from a trip to many of India’s most stunning locations to gather her colour palette of sunset tones and bleached ocean shades. By creating her own CAD prints, and using them traditionally by transforming them into screen prints on a mixture of dyed natural fabrics.

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For her MA Fashion graduate collection at Kingston University, BoYang chose to depict the relationship between moving bodies and clothing. She turned to contemporary dance for inspiration and looked at alternative patternmaking theories to best create garments for a body in motion.

The two inspirations for her collection came from famous choreographer and dancer Silvia Gribaudi and the patternmaking specialist Rickard Lindqvist – Through this research, BoYang was able to inspect the different elements of dance to identify the correlation between expression and movement. She then transformed these movements into her garment patterns.

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From growing up in Brazil, Camila Fukumothi with an Architecture background found herself taking on a new adventure after gaining a place on the prestigious Fashion Design Womenswear Ba at London College of Fashion. Architecture has been always very influential, it introduced to Camila oversized sharp shapes and the sensibility to look through lines creating her fascination for inorganic images, graphic shapes and memory of sensations.

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Camilla Ceccardi was born in 1995 in Italy, where she spent her youth and built her cultural background. She grew up in a creative environment, passionate about fashion since she was very young, in 2017 she graduated in fashion design at Marangoni institute of Milan. Subsequently she moved to London, to complete her university career with a master at Kingston University.

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Cara Edden was born and raised in the midlands. A recent graduate of BA(hons) Fashion Design Technology: Womenswear course at the London College of Fashion, she loves to mix a colourful tongue in cheek style through her designs, juxtaposing this with storytelling through her pieces, often looking to mythological inspirations to bring into her own world. This then combines with a strong influence to highlight her woman's strong and determined nature, giving strong structured elements to combine with the more voluminous, playful side of her concepts.

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Caroline Perino is a Brazilian fashion designer based in London, having previously graduated in BA Fashion in Brazil, and studied in Central Saint Martin in London.

When she graduated from the MA Fashion Course from Kingston University in London, Perino was amongst the selected few to represent Kingston at the annual London MA Fashion Show. In addition, she was granted with two sponsorships, one from Swarovski, and the other from Bottonificio Padano.

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Cat O’Brien is a London based Womenswear design graduate from the University of the Creative Arts, Epsom. With a lifelong attraction to British History and displays of grandeur through dress, combined with an inherent draw to all things costume, be that Monarchical or Halloween, her designs draw on a combination of classic clothing references and close attention to period details, alongside humorous twists.

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Cecily Cracroft-Eley is a knitwear designer whose work has been featured on SHOWstudio, Dazed and in V Magazine styled by Katie England, all before she even graduated. She is also a scholar of the prestigious Sarabande: Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation. For her placement year in 2017, Cecily went to Rwanda and Uganda with The Paper Fig Foundation to teach women there how to sew, passing on skills needed to work, and earn their own money. She returned to Uganda this April to work on her BA graduate collection, named ETAKA. She worked with the residents of the Namuwongo district of Kampala on techniques including hand crocheting, embroidery and metal work, all of which contributed to her final, standout collection.

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As a concept and bespoke designer not afraid to think and design ‘outside the box’, versatility within conceptual, statement and original designs is where Celine Zara’s creative flare lies.

Passionate about using unconventional materials, her recent Graduate collection featured metal structures, inspired by the internal structures of Cavendish Pianos, which adorned the body, working beautifully with the garments in order to create the overall shape and look of the collection ‘Sonata in F’.

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Chaerin Lee is a graduate of MA Fashion Design at Kingston University, where she developed strong interest in womenswear, sportswear, fabric development and print design.

Her collection concept "Colourful Life" is based on colour theory and seeks to help people in modern societies recover from fatigue and lighten their mood. As colour is known to have an impact of human emotion, Lee's aim is to design colourful sportswear to make people feel energetic.

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Charlotte Moore is a Womenswear designer telling a story of love and people being able to express themselves. Charlotte studied BA Fashion Design at Birmingham City University where she gained a First Class Honours degree.

Charlotte loves using and expressing her designs through colour and playing upon the line which divides fantasy from reality. Charlotte sees how people are allowed to express themselves and take on personas that they come to believe are real. 

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London College of Fashion jewellery graduate, Charlotte Emma Thompson style is filled with feminine, ethereal and delicate notes. During her course, Charlotte developed her aesthetics and used it as a fundamental part of me becoming a woman and working out who she was.

Her collection ‘Babygirl’, is a celebration of the strength in sisterhood. In a current world of strong male politics culture, her project embodies the power in femininity and girlhood.

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Chloe Nezianya, 23, Liverpool born fashion design Womenswear graduate from Kingston School of Art with a focus on plus-size bodies and their relationship with the luxury fashion sector. Championing diversity by using models of varying sizes, ethnicities and ages.

Her work is driven by the belief that women should not have to compromise comfort over style, and in order to do this, designers must take the responsibility to consider how to empower women through dress.

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Christina’s research topic HAUFEN is concerned with sexual dependency and interdependency between individuals. Many people in big cities like London have the desire to be independent, but at the same time a craving for the intensity that comes from interdependency. (Nan Goldin)

In order to get inspiration she collaborated with Jelly Luise, to make a mood film that would support her final collection in terms of colours, shapes and structure. Their common research expanded, considering movement and time as well as bodies in relation to each other.

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Focusing on the fragility of social pillars that make up the world we live in, Christoph Ritter attempts to ridicule, overcome and annihilate these norms with his designs. Based in London, Christoph has been creatively trained in Antwerp, Florence and London and is currently pursuing his MA in Fashion (Womenswear) at Central Saint Martins.

With a keen interest in political systems and ideologies he strives to creating clothes that overcome being a mere representation of social codes and status. His ideal is an intellectual interaction with one’s environment through self-expression and the embracements of one’s oddities and awkwardness.

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Claire Tagg uses detailed print work in an illustrative style based on narrative to design her pieces. By combining structured and soft fabrics in a neutral colour palette she creates elegant shapes that are further enhance through elaborate detailing in the form of embellishment and embroidery.

Claire’s collection tells the story of her journey to become an air stewardess. A series of illustrations printed onto the garments show how she perceived herself as an air stewardess; looking elegant whilst wearing an airline uniform with pride.

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A native of The Republic of Moldova, Corina Cigodaru is a Fashion Designer and Illustrator. Her education background includes a BA in Decorative Arts and Design, an MA in Fashion Design from The Art and Design University of Cluj Napoca, Romania, and a semester studentship at Accademia di Belle Arti di Brera, Milan.

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Desree Akorahson’s concept ’The Revival’ is based on her curiosity of nature and the issue of many rare flora and fauna becoming extinct. She decided to take on the role of a botanist who travels the world, collecting the seeds of rare flowers and plants because in years to come we may never see them at the height of their beauty.

In her own way, Desree wanted to create memories, like the botanists and revive the extinct by creating bold, colourful prints and garments that reflect the magnificence of what came from nature itself.

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Dazzle Zexian LIU was born in Guangdong Province, China, and graduated from Beijing Institute of Fashion Design, and then went to Fashion Department of Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, Belgium, to study and complete a BA. She loves life and is keen to transform what she sees and feels in daily life into her own design inspiration, and to convey the beauty of life skilfully through clothing. Her works are always full of fantasy and vague gender elements, blurring the boundaries of gender while showing the charm of clothing.

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Deborah Mack is a native of Charleston, SC and currently resides in PA with her husband and children. She earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Justice and Law Administration from Western Connecticut State University, and a Master of Arts Degree in Corporate and Political Communication from Fairfield University.

Deborah's love for fashion started back in high school. She always looked for ways to immerse herself in the world of fabric, clothing, and accessories. To show off her unique style, she organised a fashion show with male and female models using clothing she secured from several department stores.

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Born in York UK, Dorothy is a BA (Hons) First Class Fashion Design Graduate who centres her work around a multidisciplinary approach which incorporates the worlds of fashion, fine art and sculpture.

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Dylan Joel is a Scottisch independent designer based in London. In 2015 he moved to London to study BA Fashion Design Womenswear at London College of Fashion and graduated in 2018.

Dylan Joel aesthetic is androgynous and involves elements of womenswear and menswear which creates a wide variety of silhouettes. From tailored suits to dresses to accessories his garments are often inspired by segments of queer and pop culture throughout history

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Eden Keshia specialises in avant-garde womenswear and hand-painted designs. Having a love for embellishment, surface patterns and textures inspire her to create unique garment finishes that are made up of intricate hand-painted and embroidered elements.

A fixation with colour and fabric manipulation generates designs, which feature a variety of stimulating fabrics, prints and colour ways. Eden appreciates an assiduous design process, which appeal to a multitude of senses, developing them into more than just aesthetic pieces.

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Ella Roberts specialises in corsetry and creative pattern cutting for womenswear. The designers ballet background and love for the theatrical arts, makes for romantic designs, whilst also taking inspiration from the current climate crisis.

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I am a British designer who has recently graduated from the University of Brighton. My work is a juxtaposition between soft luxe and ready to wear womenswear. I like my designs to fit the everyday woman, who is empowered by their clothing. I am strongly influenced by natural silhouette, drape and controlled volume.

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Elisa Trombatore is a London based Womenswear designer graduated from Central Saint Martins. In her final collection, the pink-obsessed designer gave life to a character that is a reflection of her own identity: Dreaming Eli. She is fierce, bold and brave, as well as sensual, delicate and so much pink. Pink as a state of mind, as femininity, as positivity, as beauty.

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YOU.LOVE.ii is an emerging brand by Ellen Critchley, recent graduate of Central saint Martins Womenswear and Kai Cornwall Fashion Designer and Stylist. This Collection explores the subheadings of FUCK YOU, FUCK ME, and LOVE THY SELF. It is a journey through the female psyche creating visual representations of horniness and sexuality.

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With a passion for Haute Couture self-designed printed and embellished garments so sparkly you will need your sunglasses to gaze upon them, Emma Charlotte Ramsden is a Womenswear designer based in the United Kingdom.

Whilst studying Fashion Design and Technology Womenswear at Manchester Metropolitan University she created depicted her inner soul, desires and decadence within my Final Collection. “Life is about living and loving. I believe women have a unique opportunity to emulate their life and spirit in the garments they wear. An opportunity to reveal their inner glamour and femme fatale.” The true breathtaking Haute Couture Hand-Embellished Gold Sequinned

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Ericka Santiago studied Fashion Design at the Arts University Bournemouth. Since starting her degree, she took an interest in Unisex Fashion and has continued to push this forward throughout her degree. Ericka is a designer that challenges gender norms and often use colour and print to do this. Inspired by art, society and culture, her designs often reflect social and cultural issues.

Her collection centres on the portrayal of her parents' culture - the Philippines.

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Eva Neuburger is a womenswear and print designer, brand consultant and trained chef based in London and Vienna. A recent Central Saint Martin graduate, she is now focusing on building a sustainable textile print workshop in Vienna. Neuburger is also working on a zero-waste Capsule Collection entirely made of deadstock materials.

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Gemma is a recent graduate designer based in York, she graduated from Leeds Arts University in 2018 with a BA hons degree in Fashion Design.

She has always been proud of her northern roots and appreciates the beauty of her city and its surrounding countrysides. By using the local nature and gardens of North Yorkshire as a main source of inspiration, Gemma’s Graduate collection has a notion of texture and surface pattern which have been formed into a crafted like feeling with an essence o