Many people dream of building the perfect walk-in wardrobe. Luxurious, spacious, glamorous, with or without an island, with plenty of shoe storage – everyone has different tastes when it comes to designing their dream dressing room.
Whether you are wanting to go into fashion design, marketing, communications, retail, or whatever your heart desires, there are always certain skills you need to perform these jobs to the best of your ability.
Desree & Sabina London brand is inspired by the hues of nature, merging the bold and the delicate.
The brand came together through two friends who studied fashion textiles at the university of the creative arts in London. Although their styles are very different, they complement each other through their love of fashion and creating pieces that inspire. All the patterns, prints and final designs are done in-house giving them a personal touch.
Desree & Sabina London website will be launching soon
Panna designs clothing solely through experimentation with advanced materials and unorthodox methods of construction. The initial focus on purely how the clothing is made removes any historical or cultural referencing from the design process.
This process allows for genuinely new and organic fashion to form through the garments; as a direct expression of how they were made.
Born and raised in Dublin, Naoise Jo graduated from Griffith College Dublin in 2018 with a 1st class hons degree in fashion design. Since graduating, Naoise has interned for Primark and Irish brand Avoca and has been featured in Vulkan magazine, The Irish Independent and Alinéa magazine. Where heritage meets the future, the brand draws inspiration from the designers own personal family history mixing her Irish and English roots with modern influences. With a strong focus on print and colour, Naoise Jo delivers a modern, eclectic, day to night collection for the contemporary woman.
Clothing is designed and produced in Ireland by Naoise Jo and her small team. The brand prides itself on using traditional Irish craftsmanship and materials. The brand is stocked in Marion Cuddy Irish Design Emporium in Dublin.
For her SS20 collection, Naoise Jo has explored her own heritage, mixing the industrial mining clothing of her grandfather in Manchester with the celtic motifs from her Irish roots. She has drawn inspiration from gemstones and minerals and the Pit Brow lasses, strong, female miners from the Victorian Era. The result is an eclectic mix suitable for the modern woman who desires to be more than one thing and most of all confident.
Lifestyle Revolution students will work with experienced fashion and textile designer Suki Bourne to design their own colourful collection. In the 2 hour workshop participants will create mood boards from a selection of images and use croquis to illustrate their final collection.
Tuncer Tonun, born in 1988, Turkey. He started his fashion adventure at Bahar Korcan studio, working as assistant.
He studied Fine Arts Faculty textiles and fashion at Yeditepe University, Istanbul with first place honours and won scholarship for future studies. Whilst studying, he freelanced within many projects such as: corporate identity, stage and theatre costumes, adverts, films and music video costume designing.
He became stylist, image consultant and other fashion designing work projects carried out by him. His name became more popular when he teamed up with Tarkan who is a popular Turkish singer in the world, where he was designing concert stages and video costumes for him.
In 2010 he moved to London and he took some courses to upgrade to his knowledge about industry.
In 2012 he attended at London Fashion Week with his return Collection at “The Spirit of the God” as a first Turkish fashion designer.
His designs made from recycled and environmentally, friendly materials that will inspire also his Haute Couture show. This is what sets him apart from other designers. He has ethnic approach to fashion and his designs are eco-stylish.
He is now based in London and continues to design in the same spirit under his name of Tuncer Tonun Couture. At present he is working on a new collection of Haute- couture and evening dresses for his showroom, conceptual designs and fashion shows.
Creating stuff is fun. It is fulfilling and makes you want to do more. One of the fun ways to create stuff is through sewing.
Nasra Mamoun is a jewellery designer who has been creating hand-made jewellery for over twenty years. After graduating with a BSc in Geology from Yarmouk University, Jordan, she moved to the UK and her career path took her away from Geology but she has retained a link with designing and making jewellery made primarily from stirling silver and semi-precious stones. She is married to Sudanese artist and photographer Issam Abdelhafiez.
Born in the Sudan to an artistic family, her father, the late Hussein Shariffe was an artist and film director and both he and her mother, Shama Al Siddig have hugely influenced her love and appreciation of colour and design. Her fascination with gem stones began during her student years and she started stringing beads together and gradually progressed to silversmithing. Her creations are unique jewellery pieces that are a pleasure to wear “.