Since she was a child Romina Dorigo developed her creative attitude in mom's tapestry shop, playing with fabrics and old clothes. The first step was the upper institute for the fine arts "G. Sello" of Udine. In the last two years she went to Florence to "Fondazione Capucci" for a tailoring course on Madeleine Vionnet and her unique techniques. After two months she went to Verona to the "Fashion Ground Academy" for a seminar and a fashion show tribute to Valentino Garavani. She deepened her artistic studies at the Academy of Fine Arts "LABA- Free Academy of Fine Arts" (RN) where she graduated in October 2017. Three intense years of university, which push her to London in the prestigious "Central Saint Martin", where she had the opportunity to combine her studies with the creativity of the artists within the UAL. Her first time at CSM was not enough, so after her Fashion Mix course, she returned home to work on that new collection. The result was an exhibition at the Fashion Biennial. After the CSM course everything changed, so she moved to London for two more courses, one dedicated to sustainable fashion and one to the portfolio.
Now you can find her collections on Vogue UK, Vanityfair UK, House of Coco and Candid Magazine.
Keywords: upcycling and still life, this was her starting point for the consideration of a beauty that can be seen as perishable.
Ziaz is a Pune based fashion label by the popular designer Zia Yusuf with focus on elegance and simplicity.
As a designer, Zia creates modest clothing with an edge and aims at creating bespoke & on trend statement pieces with each collection. She merges the runway fashion to chic and wearable clothing to create modish one-offs. Each piece created by the label is unique and carefully handcrafted to perfection.
She has a beautiful studio in Pune where she creates her designs and gives her personal touch to every single piece. With each piece she aims to bring out the best in her clients and make them a better version of themselves. Her exhibitions in Mumbai & Dubai, enjoys a large following.
Fashion comes naturally to Zia. She is not formally trained but it’s a part of her very being, like she says, “It’s all in her head.”
Running her own fashion business for the last 25 years has honed her skills and her work is now an effortless extension of her personality. She is passionate about making modest clothing a force to reckon with in the fashion world. Fashion is simply what she does best, and her work speaks for itself.
BERESTA is a Fashion Russian Brand for women made in Moscow with love and care. There uniqueness is in the fact that they focus on conceptual everyday style, so you can go to study or work and at the same time look stylish, but also in the evening you could run into the nearest cafe and look beautiful! They compare femininity, comfort and affordable price. Why Beresta? Birch - the most impressive and the most expressive of the trees, and clothes Beresta - the embodiment of style, tenderness and comfort. As well as all of our products are made and create in Russia.
Yeagob was founded in 2014 by Santiago Rico, when he was studying a Degree in Fashion in Alicante, Spain. ‘Yeagob’, which means ‘Santiago’ in Hebrew, was chosen as the name for his brand instead of his very own name – Going back to the roots of his name gave him the idea of going to the origins of male tailoring as well, which has been the focus of his brand ever since.
Once he finished his studies in fashion, he worked with several clothing brands and, after a year, recovered his own project, Yeagob, creating his two first collections ‘Eutimia’ and ‘Distimia’, inspired by psychological disorders – the topic around which all his collections stem. He has now moved to Barcelona where he is focused on his third collection, ‘Narcissus’.
His clothes are hand-made, always using the best fabrics and taking great care of every detail. Yeagob can be described as classic male tailoring with a modern twist. Adjectives such as sobriety, elegance, minimalism and cleanliness define this brand.
Helen Howe launched her own label in 2014 following a 14 year career in the mainstream fashion industry. Helen initially offered a bespoke and made to measure service. Following early success as a brand, she produced her first ready to wear collection after 2 seasons due to demand. Helen is an award-winning designer, having been awarded independent designer of the year at midlands fashion awards in 2016 and has also since celebrated gracing her first magazine cover, receiving wide press coverage both in print and on TV. She has a studio based in Leicester and currently sells both her bespoke collection and ready to wear collections throughout the UK and to a growing private client list globally.
With strong Celtic routes and a childhood spent exploring rural Scotland, Helen Howe Atelier presents a collection marrying her love of the great British outdoors with a lifelong obsession with historical British fashion and military dress. Using a range of pleat detailing, multiple curved seaming and drapery, Helen's work has a clearly defined handwriting which expresses her passion for technical pattern cutting and fabric manipulation.
Embracing the strong tradition of quality British tailoring and reflecting her own time honoured expertise and specialist craftsmanship, the collection is lovingly designed and expertly made here in Britain.
Helen Howe Atelier are proud to use only the finest British tweeds and suede fabrics, accentuated throughout the collection with iconic Liberty printed linings. Quality, durability and timeless elegance are at the heart of this thoroughly British brand.
Helen is proud to be part of both the preservation of traditional skills and crafts and also the regeneration of the British textile industry.
Born in Genova, moved to study in Milan, started her career in Barcelona, and now lives in London. Carola is an Italian designer who moved to the UK in 2011 to follow her life long dream. Her background is art and design, and in London, she managed to transform her Passion for Fashion into her life job and so, just about a year ago, she created Caroline London, her first official fashion brand, made entirely in the UK. Caroline London is an innovative concept brand focusing on giving voice to women's personalities. Its aim is to create contemporary garments, which combines creativity and fashion with a sharp attention for the feminine figure. Caroline London has been designed for those women who want to have fun, for those whose are ready to experiment a new way of fashion. It's all about those interchangeable garments, to mix 'n' match unlimited times to create a unique style.
After huge research for the right fabric, Caroline London is the first high-end fashion concept brand, adjustable and suitable for any style, personality or mood of the day. Thanks to its hidden zippers, every garment is tailored to be changed in style, color and fabric, at any time...in a easy way.
“Change your style with colors, change your colors in style!”.
Sheree Robinson is a knitwear designer who hand makes sparkly, colourful clothes for women to wear when going out. End of line yarns are used so each piece is limited edition and environmentally friendly, so as not to create more waste in the world.
During her time studying at Central Saint Martin's Sheree's work has featured at London Fashion Week for Bora Aksu and upon graduating on the catwalk and in department stores for Wool and the Gang.
Sheree has worked as a designer in London and New York and the cities night lives are an ongoing inspiration for new collections.
Sheree has designed going out dresses for the UK High Street including Topshop, Lipsy and Miss Selfridge and wants to pave the way for pioneering, alternative women's going out clothing... Sheree believes that the clothes we go out in should not be mass produced so they are truly special pieces for special occasions.