Lanuuk

Lanuuk

Friends Ayesha and Katleya were frustrated by the full-coverage swimwear options on the market. They found that all existing ‘burkinis’ lacked femininity, style, quality, or comfort and were restrictive for many women who be it for cultural, religious,...
V by Laura Vann

V by Laura Vann

When Laura started working at her dad’s jewellery business in Birmingham, she noticed a gap in the market for timeless stone-set jewellery that was well made but actually affordable. She set out on a mission to modernise Art Deco jewellery; making it accessible to a...
Manimekala

Manimekala

For as long as she could remember, Manimekala’s mother, grandmother, and aunts shared their love of textiles with her, helping her make clothes far before she could actually sew. Continuing her long family legacy, Manimekala went into the world of dressmaking...
Vaela

Vaela

As a keen cyclist, Jo was always serially disappointed by the cycle clothes available to women and by the general difficulties faced by women who wish to ride more easily and more often.  Growing tired of the ugly options that couldn’t be worn off the bike and...
the bonniemob

the bonniemob

Tracey loved her career in Womenswear design but, when she got pregnant, she knew that her weekly commute to Paris wasn’t going to work with a newborn. She went in search of a new direction and realised that the solution lay in her dilemma. So she put her...