Label - s.k. manor hill
s.k. manor hill’s designs are created by its founder Dominic Sondag and are inspired by vintage garments and classic silhouettes from around the world. Conscientious construction and attention to detail are key in each piece of apparel. All items are made in New York City using natural fibre fabrics sourced from Europe and Japan. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the designer talks about his journey, collections, and shares some style tips for fashion enthusiasts.
Label - Kshitij Jalori
Label - NKWO
NKWO is an artisanal brand at the forefront of the sustainable fashion movement in Nigeria with the conservation of natural resources and the environment as the label’s core values. Its focus on waste reduction has also led to the invention of a ‘new African fabric’ called Dakala Cloth. The clothes are free spirited and nomadic, inspired by the lives of the wandering people of the African deserts and great plains. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, NKWO designer Nkwo Onwuka discusses her journey, brand collection and purpose and shares some advice for aspiring designers.
Label - Not So Pink
Not So Pink is a fashionable western workwear brand by Purvi Rohit that delivers contemporary, yet comfortable apparel and accessories made exclusively for the Indian body type, for them to be the most confident, bold, and classy versions of themselves. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the designer talks about her brand and its purpose and shares her thoughts on evolving Indian fashion.
Label - Salvatore Piccione
Salvatore Piccione, founder of his eponymous label, is known for his designs that encapsulate the simple vitality, joy, and passion of youth, where enchanting prints in silk and cotton and hand embroidery speak to a world of whimsey, magic, and fairy tales. Designs from his collections have been worn by many renowned celebrities. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the designer reveals his journey, inspirations, and accomplishments.
Label - Runa Ray
Label – Azazie
Azazie is a leading US direct-to-consumer bridal and special occasion dress label founded by Charles Zhong. The brand currently serves one in ten US brides and through its new market launch, customers in the UK are now able to shop hundreds of gowns and bridal party dresses from the comfort of their own home. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, CMO of Azazie Ranu Coleman discusses the brand, its inspiration behind the collection, clientele and suggests some tips for future brides.
Label - Leocé
Based in Cape Town, South Africa, Leocé is a fashion label created by George Stander. Its main purpose is to give women a one-stop-shop for all their fashion needs. Classic, elegant and stylish, the Leocé collection uses a mix of 100 per cent natural, luxury, and blended fabrics in all its garments. Leocé works closely with artisans to create bespoke and unique prints for each collection with finishing details such as hand-painted buttons and exquisite embroidery. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the designer talks about his journey, inspirations and top fashion trends.
Eda Franci & Seda Aksoy
Label - DCEY
Turkiye’s first and largest rental platform, DCEY, was founded in 2010 by twin sisters Eda Francı and Seda Aksoy who are designers as well. In an interview with Fibre2Fashion, the founders, who have launched their venture in the UK, talk about their venture, renting process and share some styling tips.