We're celebrating London Fashion Week by highlighting homegrown talent in our ‘Best of British’ edit. Discover designs from the likes of Rejina Pyo, LF Markey, Meadows, Worme, Cawley and latest Couverture addition, Shrimps.
Hannah Weiland’s London-based label Shrimps leads the conversation on cruelty-free fashion, using cutting-edge technology to develop high-quality vegan fabrics that lessen environmental impact and heighten the fun in everyday dressing. Shop a cocktail of romantic silhouettes, whimsical prints and luxury fabrics.
Born and raised in Siberia, Naya Rea moved to the UK to study at the London College Of Fashion and in 2018, she founded her eponymous label. Her use of muted colour palettes and textures are a tribute to her home, and each of her whimsical collections takes on unconventional cuts and refined materials to explore female sensuality and Siberian folklore.
Sydney-born, East London based Louise Markey is the designer behind luxury womenswear label, LF Markey. Known for her elegant take on workwear staples, LF Markey's collections combine minimalist shapes with bold illustrative graphics and intricate finishes.
Meadows, the diffusion collection by London designer Louise Markey of LF Markey, is a romantic and feminine collection inspired by Victoriana, prairie-style, and folklore.
Founded in March 2019, the line is the creation of Central Saint Martins graduate Louise Markey, who prides herself in ethical and sustainable practices, prioritising ethical manufacturing, fair working conditions and living wages, with slow, sustainable fashion.
Korean-born designer Rejina Pyo is making waves within the fashion industry with her elegant, unexpected take on womenswear. Pyo graduated from Central Saint Martins in 2011 and was soon snapped up by Roksanda Ilincic before branching out on her own. Each season her playful yet meticulously executed collections deliver continued surprises.