Raimund Berthold graduated from the MA at Central Saint Martins in 2005 with an all-white menswear collection that has gone on to define his precise aesthetic. Having spent four years working for some of fashion’s leading brands, Berthold established the label in 2009 with a five-piece collection of lightweight outerwear, which transformed from bags into coats.

He has been showing his eponymous line of bold, elegant menswear on-schedule at London Collections Men since AW15.

An advocate for emerging artists, the label collaborated with Jess Flood-Paddock on a site specific installation at OTHER/Shop in 2013 and supported Ed Fornieles’ first solo show at Chisenhale Gallery in 2014.

His latest collection are characterised by a utilitarian sense of colour and a silhouette that is free from defined shape in modern technical fabrics, light Italian wools and thick English cottons.

www.berthold-uk.com

Caitlin Price is a womenswear sports-luxe brand from London. The label offers high-end ready-to-wear working on the frontier between sportswear and evening wear.

Caitlin Price was born and grew up in South London. She graduated from the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion Womenswear course in 2013 where she was awarded the Armani Scholarship under the late Professor Louise Wilson OBE. Price worked as first assistant to menswear designer Christopher Shannon for three years where she was promoted to head of womenswear for SS15.

Price was shortlisted as a semi-finalist for the prestigious LVMH prize for young fashion designers in Paris 2016. The brand travelled with Fashion East to showcase the AW16 runway collection at Shanghai Fashion Week.

Having now graduated from Fashion East, Price present her first solo show on Selfridges rooftop for SS17.

The brand is stocked internationally and sells seasonally at the London Show Rooms Paris.

Newcomer A Sai Ta is a British-Asian designer. In 2014, Ta’s intense but heartfelt overlocking embroidery BA collection at Central Saint Martins took second place in the L’Oreal Professionnel Talent Award. With a scholarship from Theory in hand, Ta entered the school’s renowned MA programme to continue exploring his aesthetic. Ta was first introduced to fashion design by his sister who gifted him coloured fabric pens to create something original for a no uniform day.

Embellishing and decorating his trainers and t-shirts graffiti-style, there he learned the value that creativity can add to nothingness. He then left to accept a position at Kanye West’s Yeezy before returning to London to embark on his own label. ASAI’s creative process draws on his search for authenticity and the creativity that comes anti-perfectionism, adaptability, and reaction.

ASAI is a part of Fashion East Womenswear AW17

David Koma is a Georgian born, London based fashion designer who has become synonymous with the ultra body contouring silhouette. Creating sculptural statement dresses inspired by the feminine form, it is this design element that has projected the young designer onto the international stage.

After studying Fine Art in St Petersburg and showing his first collection at the age of 15, Koma moved to London in 2003 to take up a place at the prestigious Central St Martins College of Art and Design.

It was here that he channelled his love of fashion and honed his design skills to create his signature look. He completed his BA in Fashion Design and graduated with a distinction in MA Fashion in April 2009 under the mentorship of late Professor Louise Wilson, OBE.

Straight after graduation David Koma launched his eponymous label and is a participant of London Fashion Week, presenting 2 womenswear collections a year.

In December 2013 David was appointed as Creative Director of Mugler.

Haizhen Wang, designer of his London based eponymous womenswear label, has become recognised for his avant-garde, modernist approach to elegance.

Haizhen is part of a collective of new contemporary designers that are making an impact in both Europe and Asia as momentum builds globally for designers who have an affinity with China.

Having trained in womenswear at Central Saint Martin’s, Haizhen has crafted an artisanal approach to the design process, inspired by architecture; the label has achieved accolades, reviews and output which consistently refers to Haizhen’s unflinching dedication to precision and impeccable quality. Masculine femininity with architectural references, classical tailoring with bold design are part of Haizhen’s design aesthetic. Signature pieces are his masculine, tailored jackets.

Raimund Berthold graduated from the MA at Central Saint Martins in 2005 with an all-white menswear collection that has gone on to define his precise aesthetic. Having spent four years working for some of fashion’s leading brands, Berthold established the label in 2009 with a five-piece collection of lightweight outerwear, which transformed from bags into coats.

He has been showing his eponymous line of bold, elegant menswear on-schedule at London Collections Men since AW15.

An advocate for emerging artists, the label collaborated with Jess Flood-Paddock on a site specific installation at OTHER/Shop in 2013 and supported Ed Fornieles’ first solo show at Chisenhale Gallery in 2014.

His latest collection is characterized by a utilitarian sense of colour and a silhouette that is free from defined shape in modern technical fabrics, light Italian wools and thick English cottons.

www.berthold-uk.com

KA WA KEY’s work explores the relationship between soft masclinity and the identity of Asian men with the roots of their sensuous cultures and aesthetics.

Key graduated from the Royal College of Art in London with a Master’s degree in Fashion Menswear in 2015. He was nominated as one of the finalists at the H&M Design Award for his graduate collection, which was showcased in “DOUBLE JE” contemporary art exhibition in Palais de Tokyo in Paris.

Since SS17 collection Key has been collaborating with Finnish born Jarno Leppanen, who has cross-artistic background and holds a Master’s degree in Arts, to translate their unique design language into poetical visuals, films, performance and various projects.

All fabrics are crafted in-house in London.

British menswear designer Alex Mullins was educated at Central Saint Martins, where he was runner up in the L’Oreal Professional Young Designer of the Year Award. He then went on to complete the MA (Menswear) at the Royal College of Art.

While at the RCA he was awarded a full scholarship with Kopenhagen Fur, and was nominated for the Dazed and Confused/Casio G-Shock ‘Spirit of Toughness’ award.

After working for Alexander McQueen, Diane von Furstenberg, Jeremy Scott, Kanye West and Dirk Bikkembergs, Mullins set up his brand in spring 2013.

Scottish Born designer, illustrator and radical creative Charles Jeffrey graduated from MA Fashion Design at Central Saint Martins in 2015. His brand Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY encompasses a fashion label and a cult club night, each informing the other. The LOVERBOY night forms the primary research for Jeffrey’s collections, with his tribe of friends and creative collaborators – artists, performers, musicians, drag queens and poets – contributing to the egalitarian spirit of the brand.

Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY is part of NEWGEN SS18.

Arashi Yanagawa founded JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN in 2003. As an ex-professional boxer, the brand’s name is a homage to the legendary boxer JOHN LAWRENCE SULLIVAN; who embodied traits like strength, personality, dignity and never backing down from a challenge.

The bedrock of the clothing Yanagawa makes lies in tailoring accentuated by edgy styles that incorporate traditional elements. His creations have a magnetism that originates in the concept of a masculine image that is both powerful and elegant at the same time.

This British beauty was scouted on the way home from school, swiftly swapping her uniform for some far more directional looks, walking for Loewe and Ralph Lauren in her first year as a jobbing model. She’s also spoken out about racism in the modelling industry, and also uses her voice in blogging and vlogging at her site Cracked China Cup. Her catwalk shows include Tommy Hilfiger, Jeremy Scott and Vivienne Westwood Red Label.

Sam Rollinson was 13 when she was scouted at the Clothes Show Live, scooping her first breakthrough in 2010 with a Mario Testino-lensed Burberry campaign. Catwalking for London’s finest Topshop, House of Holland with major campaigns including Burberry and Balenciaga.

First scouted as a model twosome with twin sister May, it was when she cropped her locks in favor of a buzzcut in 2015 that her career went ballistic, prompting cries of “Who’s that girl?” across social media after every turn on the catwalk. And her Instagram – full of close-ups and runway shots – proves she’s definitely got the X Factor. Her shows include Gucci and Saint Laurent.

It was after watching the Channel 4 reality TV show The Model Agency, that Malaika’s mum phoned the agency and her stellar career began – reality TV is a force for good, after all! Apart from doing the rounds on the runway for heavy hitters like Louis Vuitton and Maison Margiela in 2015, the catwalk superstar shows include Missoni and Moschino

British model Charlotte Wiggins made her first big splash in a Burberry fragrance campaign back in AW10 and her Catwalk turns includes Belstaff, Temperley London and Issa.

Sophie Beale’s work is conceptual and innovative yet fashion forward, flattering and sophisticated. Beautifully hand crafted pieces, made for the chic woman who enjoys flair without fuss.
Named Britain’s hottest new milliner in 2012 and winner of various awards including the British Fashion Council and Grazia magazines national hat factor judged by Philip Treacy and Stephen Jones. Sophie was chosen from over 100 milliners to be part of a celebration of the best of British millinery.
The brand is sold internationally with a growing list of high profile clients and press coverage, including the cover of the royal ascot style guide 2014, featuring the strunz hat. Sophie will be showing as part of London Fashion Week this September and recently made her Paris Fashion Week debut with aw15.

Sophie graduated with a distinction from Kensington and Chelsea college’s world renowned hnc millinery in 2011, where she now teaches. Her training also includes study with Rose Cory, once milliner by royal appointment to the late Queen Mother.

Born in Cheshire, and schooled in Liverpool, Stephen Jones burst on to the London fashion scene during its explosion of street style in the late seventies. By day, he was a student at St Martins; after dark he was one of that era’s uncompromising style-blazers at the legendary Blitz nightclub – always crowned with a striking hat of his own idiosyncratic design.

By 1980, Jones had opened his first millinery salon in the heart of London’s Covent Garden. Those premises soon became a place of pilgrimage and patronage, as everyone from rock stars to royalty, from Boy George to Diana, Princess of Wales, identified Jones as the milliner who would help them make arresting headlines.

Thirty three years later, Jones’s era-defining edge continues to attract a celebrity clientele which includes, Rihanna, Dita von Teese, Mick Jagger, and the Princesses.

Rei Kawakubo is only one name in the rollcall of fashion designers with whom Jones has collaborated. Since the early 80s Stephen Jones has collaborated with designers from Vivienne Westwood and Claude Montana throughout to his current work with Raf Simons for Dior, Jones’ hats have been an integral component in some of the most memorable runway spectacles of the past quarter century.

With Aurora, Stephen Jones designs a collection exclusively for the Japanese customers sold through more than 50 stores.

In addition his hats are acollected by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Louvre in Paris.

Now, as ever, at the forefront of fashion, his beguiling hats routinely grace the most celebrated magazine covers and enliven window displays of the world’s most stylish stores.

Debuting at London Fashion Week for the AW16 Season , Florian London launched its line of vibrant , beautifully designed handbags in late 2012. The collection, consisting of totes, shoulder bags, clutches and backpacks, succeeds in combining luxury and functionality while the designers work equally well with strong, bright and primary colours and more muted, understated tones.

Florian London bags, which can also be monogrammed , are made from the finest quality leathers with a design aesthetic that firmly embraces the British sense of humour . This is clearly demonstrated by its line of hand-painted bags, an integral part of the Florian London design philosophy. The pieces featuring technicolour, boldly executed , pop art influenced images of , for example, crazy long lashed eyes, stylized bees and butterflies, luscious lips or oversized ladybirds , are truly unique.

Harvy Santos is a London-based milliner who creates hats and couture headpieces that fuse traditional techniques with new materials, and timeless elegance with 21st century fun. Featuring exquisite details and fine lines, his fearless fashion pieces are all unique creations entirely hand made from luxurious materials in his London studio.

Born in the Philippines, Harvy began his career as a professional ballet dancer in Hong Kong; he then studied millinery at Kensington and Chelsea College and has worked for The Royal Opera House, Noel Stewart, and Stephen Jones. His classical training, both on stage and in the workshop, continues to inform his elegantly energetic work.

Winner of multiple awards for his work, Harvy was named The HAT Magazine’s Hat Designer of the Year in 2013. His hats have appeared in The Telegraph, Brides Magazine, The Financial Times, How to Spend it, Vogue Japan, Vogue Turkey, Vogue Netherlands, Harper’s Bazaar China, Arena Homme Plus, Cosmopolitan, and W Magazine.