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I’m honoured to be taking part in Crowns, an alumni exhibition for Kensington & Chelsea college. The college has over the years earned a reputation for producing some of London’s most successful milliners.
The exhibition is on from the 18th to the 28th of November and will showcase a range of millinery styles from various graduates from the course, including myself.
To accompany the latest S Magazine, curated by Kim Howells & Rankin, Liam Warwick shot a video for Hunger TV of mine and Jordan Bowen’s work which featured in the His & Hers millinery editorial in the magazine.
Some of my work was recently shot for the new Youth Issue of S Magazine. The latest issue is curated by stylist Kim Howells & Rankin. It features 9 up-and-coming designers paired with 9 up-and-coming photographers in a series of editorials. Myself and fellow milliner Jordan Bowen were paired with Liam Warwick in an editorial entitled His & Hers. Other designers featured include Perian Gong, Kit Neale and fellow Bright Young Thing Alan Taylor.
The Youth Issue of S magazine is out now and you can check out some of the editorials from the new issue over on the Hunger Magazine website.
Here’s a few snaps from a talk I recently gave as part of the ICA’s offsite exhibition at the Old Selfridges Hotel. Myself and some of the other BYTs went down to talk about our inspiration and what it means to be a designer in 2013.
The exhibition, A Journey Through London Subculture: 1980 to Now, offered a look at some amazing design from over the years and featured the work of some real London design pioneers like Gilbert & George, Bodymap, McQueen etc.
Check out for this video for more details on the exhibition.
Here’s Curvature Linear, my new collection for SS14.
I explored an organic, fresh aesthetic this time around, looking to make a distinctive design statement that combines the elegance of softer shapes with the strong lines of sculpture and architectural structures.
Here are some pics from the hat making party I threw at Selfridges as part of Bright Young Things 2013. The night was such fun, with delicious hat themed cupcakes, flowing champagne, and a chance for all the guests to make their very own paper hats and then get snapped in our KH Millinery photo booth!
A HUGE thank you to Selfridges, the Photo Emporium - who provided the photo booth - Kooky Bakes - who made the cupcakes - and to the amazing DJ, Fred Butler whom kept the tunes pumping!
Here are some pics from my debut appearance at London Fashion Week as part of the British Fashion Council’s Headonism initiative. I was overjoyed to be showing this year as part of the initiative, which is curated by Stephen Jones and designed to support new millinery talent.
Tonight is the night!! It’s my hat party at Selfridges as part of ‘Bright Young Things’ - Come on down and make your very own paper party hat and then pop into our fabulous photo booth for your very own fashion shoot!
Free cakes & drinks as well as some BANGING tunes from Fred Butler!
The beautiful Paloma Faith wearing a KH Millinery White Large Brim, front row at Julien Macdonald and then again my KH Millinery Black Fedora at Temperley, during London Fashion Week! Doesn’t she look incredible - Thank you for all the support Paloma :) - Styled by Karl Willett.
My Alpine Cap from my Altered Terrain collection made it into ES magazine as part of a feature on the new London “fash pack”. Also, featured in the above pic is Emma Yeo (left) and Aurora Ozma (centre), two of my fellow Headonism recipients.
So please to have been included in this 60s inspired shoot from Grazia featuring key pieces that showed in the London Collections at LFW. I’m featured alongside Dorateymur, Christopher Kane, Erdem and more.
If you’d like to see some fab backstage action, check out the Grazia blog
You can also check out this fun fashion film photographer Jon Gorrigan made to accompany the shoot.
Here are some pics from the Selfridges Bright Young Things launch party. Some great snaps of me and the other Bright Young Things and my wonderful mentor Jude Morgan - sporting my T-shirt. It was a fun night and a great end to everyone’s hard work. Thank you to the entire team at Selfridges’ for putting it on and the support they’ve given us.