Creatives & Designers

Dagmar Kestner

Dagmar Kestner is a Romanian-born fashion designer/artist, based in Berlin. She completed her Masters degree in 2013 from the London College of Fashion in Fashion Artefact and graduated with a BA (2009) from the University of Reutlingen (Germany).

Elisabeth Vidal

A native of Montpellier, a graduate of the School of Industrial Design in Paris, Elisabeth Vidal joined the Masters Course of the Domus Academy in Milan in 1990, and then worked as a teaching assistant.

Emma J Shipley

Emma J Shipley is a graphic artist inspired by the irregular patterns and unique beauty of the natural world; exploring surreal fantasy, imagination and evolution.

G+N

The roots of gluejeans lay in the design practice of fashion designers G+N (Gerrit Uittenbogaard + Natasja Martens). In 2005 G+N started the concept development and prototyping of its first pairs of gluejeans.

Glithero

Glithero are British designer Tim Simpson and Dutch designer Sarah van Gameren, who met and studied at the Royal College of Art. From their studio in London they create time-based processes that give birth to unique and wonderful products, furniture and installations

Hermione de Paula

Raised in Devon, Hermione de Paula grew up amongst a family of artists, which is where her love for illustration and crafts grew.

Holly Fulton

Holly Fulton is a womenswear and accessories designer living and working in East London. Born in Scotland, Holly studied in Edinburgh before going on to the prestigious Masters at the Royal College of Art.

Jacquemus

Jacquemus was founded by Simon Porte Jacquemus in 2009, with his first show in 2012. Born in Salon de Provence between Marseille and Avignon, he is a self-made designer and is inspired by blue, white, I Marseille and the 80’s.

Jessie Lecomte

Jessie Lecomte’s designs frame a woman’s body with the artful subtlety of a Japanese Kimono: the feminine silhouette accentuated by the sophisticated geometry of her tailoring.

Joanne Stoker

Before creating her range of bespoke contemporary shoes and bags, Joanne learned her art at the renowned Cordwainers College in London, now London College of Fashion, where she graduated with a Masters in Footwear Design. She was spotted and mentored by Jimmy Choo before establishing her own eponymous brand.