Fashion Designer

Designer Jonathan Riss: The Modern Day Renaissance Man Behind Label Jay Ahr

Ingrid Chua | Posted 07.02.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Ingrid Chua

Belgian- born designer Jonathan Riss has always had a proclivity for beautiful design and intricate detail. At 18, he had wanted to become an architect and contemplated on a move to New York. Ever the artistic nomad though, he disliked the thought of being geographically static while going through formal education. And so he travelled- to learn.

An Interview With a Fashion Designer: Rosemary Goodenough

Alex Matless | Posted 14.10.2013 | UK Style
Alex Matless

First and foremost, Rosemary Goodenough is a talented artist, using charcoals and oils to produce intensely fluid works exploring passion and form. She's also an incredibly talented sculptor, delicately building up her works with clay before having it cast rather than working with more solid form.

Crucifying the Cliques That Barbie Taught Me - My Beef With Barbie

Madame Allsorts | Posted 07.10.2013 | UK Style
Madame Allsorts

Sadly borderline starvation coupled with teenage angst and confusion don't make for a happy marriage! Luckily the older I got the quicker creativity obliterated my delusions of Barbie but with forty percent of nine year olds reportedly being unhappy with their looks, the problem lives on.

An Interview With a Fashion Designer: Domingo Rodriguez

Alex Matless | Posted 21.09.2013 | UK Style
Alex Matless

In 2010, Domingo was named by Esquire magazine as one of its '7 Brilliant Brits', which led to his Spring/Summer collection of 2011 being showcased at Paris Fashion Week in the prestigious MC2 fashion showroom. His unique collections focus on the lines of a human body and mirror bone structure and the rhythm of muscle movement.

Christian Benner - Distressed and Dressed

Kate Lawson | Posted 07.09.2013 | UK Style
Kate Lawson

Sustainability and ethical production has been a growing concern within the fashion industry in recent years, mainly as a response to the rise of fast throwaway fashion retailers - cheaply made garments which can't be recycled that pollute landfill as surplus textile waste.

WHIT - Cool, Colourful, Mix and Match NYC Fashion

Sarah McGiven | Posted 23.06.2013 | UK Style
Sarah McGiven

WHIT - the cool, colourful fashion line by designer Whitney Pozgay - was one of the first brands recommended to me when I looked into who to check out whilst in the States. From friends to my hairdresser, everyone wanted to clue me in to this great new label

My Introduction - My Dream

Robert Mills | Posted 18.04.2013 | UK Universities & Education
Robert Mills

My design philosophy is rich, luxurious and desirable, in the sense of a woman see's it, wants it and has to have it. I want my name to associate with this feeling. I want my graduate collection to be on the same level as Haute Couture, when I design I want my clothes to be segmented with this category.

Scotland's Fashion Moment

Christina Miller | Posted 03.02.2013 | UK Style
Christina Miller

It's official - Scotland is having a fashion moment. Harvey Nichols has just celebrated its 10th anniversary, Hayley Scanlan was name Scottish Young Designer of the Year 2012, and today, fashion designer extraordinaire, Karl Lagerfeld, brings CHANEL's Métiers d'Art 2012/13 show to the capital city, Edinburgh.

Saving the World in Heels: Guilt-Free Shopping Sprees

Diana Verde Nieto | Posted 11.11.2012 | UK Style
Diana Verde Nieto

Positive living - and shopping - has never been so easy, and a recent meeting with Dilys Williams from London College of Fashion proved that it's only set to get easier.

Before You Design A Shoe With A Red Sole...

Kate Lawson | Posted 19.08.2012 | UK Style
Kate Lawson

Back in 2008 Christian Louboutin sued Spanish fashion chain Zara over a pair of open-toe shoes which were of a similar design to Louboutin's Yo Yo style with its iconic red sole (which has been a signature of the brand for over 20 years).

A Unique Streak With Designer Sophia Grace

Anne Look | Posted 13.08.2012 | UK Style
Anne Look

Sophia designs completely as she sees fit; and for women such as ourselves - inspiring, busy, interested in (yet unaffected by), trends. Gone are the days of anyone's approval - and this is key.

So Farrar, So Good!

Kate Lawson | Posted 11.08.2012 | UK Style
Kate Lawson

Simeon Farrar is my kind of designer. Trained in fine art, he stumbled into fashion after exploring the lifespan of his screen prints by adding them on to T-shirts and showcasing them at London Fashion Week's exhibition.

WATCH: Green Innovator Ada Zanditon Chats To Jo Whiley

Posted 16.05.2012 | UK Tech

A young British fashion designer who went solo after working for Alexander McQueen, Ada Zanditon strives to use ethical practices to give her customer...

The Queen Of McQueen: Sarah Burton Interviewed By Sarah Jessica Parker

MyDaily | Posted 06.05.2012 | UK Style

Interview magazine's March issue contains a dream fashionista tete-a-tete - Sarah Jessica Parker (professional wearer of awesome clothing) grilling Sa...

Mua Mua Dolls for Celebrities on the Go

Delphine Hervieu | Posted 14.02.2012 | UK Style
Delphine Hervieu

Interview with the creator of the Mua Mua celebrity dolls, Ludovica Virga.

Is Lady Gaga's Sister Going To Be The Next Big Thing In Fashion?

www.mydaily.co.uk | Posted 18.10.2011 | UK Style

According to WWD, Natalie Germanotta is rumoured to be making the costumes for a new Broadway show, Simon Says. After interning with designer Allison ...