French Algerian designer Nadira specialises in heavily embellished red carpet dresses fit for a Queen . She creates stunning gowns and jewellery with Vintage upcycled fabrics and ornate jewellery pieces. She loves working with silk laces and pearls. All her gowns are embellished with handmade flowers and stones. Her dresses can be seen worn by celebrities and beauty contestants of MISS prestige National France.
Chilean Mexican Designer, Monique Guzmán, combines her Latin flair and west coast vibe in stretch prints. Based in San Diego, California, she embraces the female form and gives it a voice of power and beauty. Her designs are versatile and perfect for travel. They can go anywhere. Established in 2008, her Designer label SIREN SKIRTS is a zero waste brand, one of a kind, and each is named like a painting thus becoming art. Her Eco-Green company provides minimal waste and up-cycling remnants for other new master pieces. She wants to share her philosophy of the uniqueness of every person, the fragility of the earth, and bringing back handmade, slow fashion, artisan work. Siren Skirts is made in San Diego, CA USA. Every design has a glass treasure with our signature Siren logo sandblasted by a glass artisan sewn in at the hem of every piece. Like a Siren's treasure from the sea.
Parisian Designer Aurelia Belleti is conquering the British Fashion capital with the launch of her collection during London Fashion Week last year. Her Luxury outfits are made with high quality fabrics . They spell elegance, nobility and refinement..
Romantic visual artist, pioneer, and unconventional southern gentleman designer Jeff Garner and his sustainable, eco label PROPHETIK are on a path of transformation, leading the evolution of fashion and changing our perception of luxury
Stacey and Mike Strahand are globally renowned for their London Fashion Week collections which draw on glam rock icons as well as couture styles, showcasing enhanced shoulder lines, tailoring and embellishment using crystals, pearls and metal. They recognised the skills of the local artisans in Yorkshire and endeavoured to contribute to their local economy and provide the luxury sector with couture designs, using traditional fabrics, with a rock edge, inspired by their youth. The strong emphasis and value placed on using traditional techniques and sustainable English materials to ensure ethical practice really sets this label apart from the rest. Their fashion lines are designed with rock fans in mind, who live and die rock but want more of a luxurious style, rather than band shirts. Materials such as mohair, cashmere, tweed and wool run through their collections and allow the designer label to add a luxurious edge to the glam punk rock style.
Jocelyn CHEN is an educator and fashion designer based in Taipei, Taiwan.
As an Associate Professor at Fu Jen Catholic University, she has dedicated herself to embracing sustainable design practices to express and re-shape the definition of contemporary fashion. Acknowledging and celebrating the diverse design directions within fashion, CHEN has a profound interest in re-evaluating ‘uselessness’ to redesign for 'usefulness'. ‘3PM’ stands for ‘3P Maker’. It focuses on design for a sustainable future; whilst the 3P stands for the 3P's of ‘people, planet and profit' the three bottom lines of sustainability.