“Kepaza wants to make women feel playful, powerful and strong with a geometrical shaped twist.”
Kepaza is a luxury designer brand established in Baerum, Norway by award winning designer Pernille Fristad. Kepaza creates playful, feminine, edgy and strong clothes for women all over the world. We always use geometrical shapes and lines to high light a women’s curves and make them feel empowered. Kepaza is an inclusive brand and love to dress different sizes, body types, ages and ethnical background. We love our colourful planet and that is why we want to be sustainable and consciousness as possible and we focus on this in the Kepaza universe. Pernille Fristad was awarded the “Golden Needle” when graduating from Esmod Fashion School in Oslo in 2014.
Gh means ‘Get Her, Get Hon and Get Hen.’ It is a brand stands for sexual equality and all genders. ‘H’ refers to her, honey and hen. ‘Hen’ is Swedish for neutral gender. Since sexuality has become blurred in this generation, lingerie is no longer just for females. In the near future, Gh hopes to target wider range of customers for all genders, shapes and sizes.
Advertising ‘objectification of women’ and ‘selling sex’ are very common to see in lingerie industry. It is not art or fashion. No women want to be viewed as an object. This kind of branding strategy is what Gale and Rachel strongly disagree with. Gh is hoping that its lingerie design and brand concept can make people rethink the nature beauty of human body. People don’t have to get hung up on conforming to a particular body type.
Everyone can truly love their bodies and show their glamorous looks with confidence.
Mary Dickow is an emerging fashion designer for women clothing. Born and raised in Kenya currently living in Denmark, Mary had a strong passion for art and cloth making when growing up. She did not always know that her great passion and interest would eventually lead her to fashion industry because it was unprecedented and unfamiliar in the community she grew up, in the 80s. As she grew older, her interest of art and cloth making expanded but it was difficult to pursue fashion. It was not a likely career path at schools and so cloth making became something she did aside her studies as a hobby. Watching shows such as Copenhagen fashion week really inspired her. She wanted to develop this passion and turn it into a career. In 2015, she joined Copenhagen Academy of fashion and graduated with a diploma of fashion and design. Here she got an opportunity to amass herself in her crafts. She is now working on her new collection as well as building her brand Mary Dickow Fashion Company that she started in September 2017.
Mary Dickow biggest achievement is to join Britain Top designer Award hosted by Fashions Finest and because of this has recently been interviewed by three local Danish media houses.
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After years of mentoring, advising and producing for high street and high end brands the Fashion Enter Ltd who has led the way as an ethical fashion production and learning facility based in Haringey, North London, decided it was high time to create an in-house brand with a difference.
Date for your diary: A networking event that focuses on collaboration between those involved within the School of Fine and Performing Arts and industry professionals.