Mattie Clyne’s Spring/Summer collection is inspired by the Russian and Afghan cultures connected to her family, who lived in Russia during the late 19th century through to 1914, when they were forced into exile. During this period, Clyne’s family wore traditional clothing, the spirit of which is imbued in her designs and silhouettes.
Lucy Hazell develops garments inspired by Brutalist architecture and nature, combining organic forms with manmade structures.
Laura Jane Sessions
Laura Jane Sessions’ portfolio is built around archetypal representations of women; she uses prosthetics and sculpture to explore stories.