Hosted by British Doctor Who Actor Sam Benjamin, the evening saw a host of Models, Press and Award-winning Menswear and Womenswear Designers attending British Fashion Volume (BFV) IV in London.
The show which supports and raises awareness of over 300 British Labels, revealed a line up of creatives featuring Menswear Designer Fraser Miller with a ‘hands me down’ collection based on his family heritage and kilt wearing fisherman of Aberdeen.
BFV was excited to have Designer Jacaranda Brain whose collection is made up of innovative sculpted knit silhouette with a dip-dyed colour palette and knit structure.
Catwalk to Store Designer Louise Clark featured print designs inspired by her love for Chinese Calligraphy and Pauline Noel drawing on sustainability and nature with ‘Pink’ tone as a reference to convey universal love and female empowerment.
Exhuming subtle feminity, the show was closed with a showcase of MoQueen London Tote collection by Designer Mo Ada Bello.
Recently attending Harvard Business School, BFV Advocate and Founder Mo Ada Bello explains, “My vision is to change and influence the perception of British Fashion and also push for the recognition of British craftsmanship in Great Britain and internationally”.
The only ‘off schedule’ show hosted in July 2018 is in its fourth year and aims to celebrate the 5th Anniversary in London’s Capital during Fashion Week 2019.