The Brits seem to nail edgy street fashion no matter the decade. Vivienne Westwood shaped the look of the 70s punk scene and Alexander McQueen dominated rock and roll luxe. This new crop of British talent keeps the spirit of British street style alive, with a royal flare.
Molly Goddard’s costume like designs conjure up images of early Vivienne Westwood and Carrie Bradshaw. This young British designer has taken the tulle ruffle for Autumn/ Winter 2017 and ran with it. Molly attended Central St martins in London and her designs are featured in some of London’s most elite shops.
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Linder epitomizes edgy British fashion design. The pieces break gender boundaries and put new twists on classic garments like the power blazer and trousers. Keep an eye out for this eclectic fashion label.
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The up and coming designer is already making a name for herself when it comes to producing prints and intricate embroidery centric designs.
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A veteran in the British fashion scene, having worked with some of London’s top designers, Danielle Romeril’s technique is evident in her designs. Some of her pieces look more like they should be hung in the Tate, rather than worn, but that’s what make them so special. Be sure to look out for this innovative new designer.
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