Rebecca Minkoff

An industry leader in accessible luxury handbags, accessories, footwear and apparel, Rebecca Minkoff’s playful and subtly edgy designs can be spotted around the world on young women and celebrities alike. Rebecca Minkoff moved to New York city when she was only 18 years old to pursue her dream of becoming a fashion designer, a move […]

Felder and Felder

Annette Felder and Daniela Felder – The Felder sisters (identical twins) are from Germany “but London is our home”. The twin sisters studied at Central St Martins and then started their own label in 2006. Fashion designers, Annette and Daniela Felder left their home country of Germany in 2002. They travelled through Europe, India and […]

Jean Pierre Braganza

Braganza was born in London, raised in Canada. Jean-Pierre Braganza began his creative career studying Fine Arts at York University, Toronto. Braganza didn’t originally vision of delving into a living in fashion design, however, his voyage began in his natural Canada where he was studying Fine Art. Nominated as the winner of a solo exhibition […]

Aminaka Wilmont

Designers Maki Aminaka Lofvander and Marcus Wilmont join together to make designer brand Aminaka Wilmont. Maki from Japan and Marcus from Denmark and met whilst working for Robert Cary-Williams. Both have an educational background studying at Royal College of Art, Central Saint Martins and University of Boras. The Aminaka Wilmont SS13 collection titled ‘Threicae’ is […]

Chicca Lualdi BeeQueen

Classic, chic, clean are three words that spring to mind when describing Chicca Lualdi BeenQueen’s  line. After ten years experiences in the fashion business through collaborations with several important Italian brands sees Chicca’s collection blending the essential, minimalist look with inspiration from the sixties and hints taken from contemporary arts by Japanese architect, Toyo Ito […]

Diane on Furstenberg

Diane von Furstenberg was born December 31, 1946, in Brussels, Belgium. One of the worlds most efficacious fashion designers, von Furstenberg captivated the fashion industry when she presented her now-iconic wrap dress for the working woman in 1972. By the mid-70s, von Furstenbergs wrap dress had transformed American womens attire. It was a multipurpose garment—functioning […]