Fashion designer, graduating from the London College of Fashion. Recently showcased work at The House of St Barnabas for The Future of Fashion Weekend, in partnership with Orsola de Castro
Bethany Williams believes that social and environmental issues go hand in hand and through exploring the connection between these issues we may find innovative design solutions to sustainability.
Her current collection, Breadline, is made by repurposing ethically sourced material, and features oversized, boxy silhouettes that work with the material to create an impact.
She was recently invited to show her work at SLOW, a showcase curated by Fashion Revolution’s Orsola de Castro and hosted by The House of St Barnabas, a Soho based charity and not-for-profit members’ club that supports people affected by homelessness.