I never wanted to have my own business because I felt like that would mean working 24-7, having to think of everything, says Yuhan Wang, 30, who started her namesake fashion label almost against her will. Especially for a young designer without much money, it just sounded too hard. After she earned her masters from Londons Central Saint Martins in 2018, her dream of a career behind the seams appeared to be on track. She scored a coveted womens wear post at Marni and moved to Milan. But fateand the Italian immigration authoritieshad other plans for her. I couldnt work without a visa, and after more than three months, I was still waiting, she remembers. Out of an itchy sense of idleness, she decided to take fashion consultant Lulu Kennedy up on her offer to join Fashion East, the London-based nonprofit that provides young designers with financial support and the opportunity to show during that citys Fashion Week. The only wrinkle: She had just three weeks to pull together a collection.
I didnt think about it too muchI just did it, Wang said. And afterward, buyers called to ask where they could see the clothes, and I had no idea. Its not like I had a showroom. Eventually, she scored a space in Paris and, because she was still without a visa and thus unable to travel, persuaded a friend of a friend to sit in for her. H. Lorenzo in Los Angeles put in an order, and soon after, Dover Street Market came calling. This past January, almost three seasons in and tired of commuting between London and Milanshe did eventually score that visashe left Marni and committed herself to her label. I cant say it has been easy, she says of her solo turn. But Im learning and growing more than I ever expected.
Looking back on Wangs collections, you have to marvel at her prescience. Spring 2019, for instance, was called Women Indoors, an eerie foreshadowing of the future lockdown. Fall 2020, which debuted a month before Covid-19 was declared a global pandemic, was inspired by deathor, to be more specific, Victorian mourning attire. Invitations were modeled after 19th-century funeral notices, and black lace showed up in dresses, capelets, and a veil. But despite such weighty themes, Wangs clothes are the very opposite of heavy. Unapologetically romantic, her collections flounce with sweeping skirts and puffed sleeves, sheer ruffles, and floral prints galore. Its not a great surprise, then, to learn that, growing up in the seaport city of Weihai, near Chinas northern border with South Korea, she first fell in love with fashion through playing dolly dress-up with her sister and obsessing over historical TV dramas.
Theres something very English about Wangs aesthetic: a slightly roughed-up and exaggerated version of the Merchant Ivory garden-party look. But, she points out, her Chinese sensibility is always part of the equation. Its the mix of Eastern and Western elements that I like, says Wang, who, though she plans to remain London-based, showed her spring-summer 2021 collection during Shanghai Fashion Week in October, since authorities there gave the green light for in-person presentations. This season, for example, I did prints of goldfish swimming in water grass. In China, thats a symbol meant to bring good fortune.
Clockwise from top: Designer Yuhan Wang; model Jundan in a dress, top, and earrings from the designers latest collection; Jundan in a pair of Yuhan Wang earrings. Photographed by Charlie Gates. Yuhan Wang: hair: Sophie Jane Anderson for Kevin.Murphy at Future Rep; makeup: Vass Theotokis for MAC Cosmetics at Streeters; model: Jundan at Storm Management; photo assistant: Tommy Francis.
The Albanian-born, London-based designer Nensi Dojaka, 27, kicked off her fashion education with a degree in lingerie. Considering the diaphanous, skin-forward womens wear shes sent down the runway over the past few seasons, thats not a huge surprise. By turns ethereal and edgy, kinky and romantic, the garments play with the notions of sex and power, softness and strength. Many of her dresses appear delicate to the point of imminent disintegrationan illusion she creates by artfully stitching together a variety of translucent textiles into a single piece. I use a lot of tulle and a lot of sheer fabrics, Dojaka says. But I think the biggest result of my lingerie background is that I design based on small details. Its not so much about a dramatic silhouette.
Dojaka, who grew up in the capital city of Tirana, first came to England at 16 to attend boarding school at Shrewsburya place she describes as a bit like Harry Potter, but less posh. After graduation, she enrolled at London College of Fashion for lingerie but, at the tail end of the program, decided to shift her focus to womens wear. She whipped up a quick collection of dresses and applied to Central Saint Martins M.A. program. It was there that she discovered the work of 90s icons like Helmut Lang and Ann Demeulemeester, whose deconstructed minimalism and penchant for dark monochrome continue to inform her aesthetic. I found that what I was most drawn to were 90s magazines. It was the clothes but also the whole moodeverything was so stripped back.
Her graduate collection, a grouping of black and nude dresses that toe the line between negligee and frock, caught the attention of the Montreal-based retailer Ssense, which bought several pieces, giving her the kick-start she needed to launch production. In the time since, shes done two seasons with Fashion East and has been picked up by H. Lorenzo. But, as with most designers, spring 2020 was, in her words, a disaster, with order cancellations and payment delays galore. Things have to go back to normal this season, she says, so Im really focusing on sales at this point. Soon, though, shell be back to the design process, and for fall-winter 2021, shes challenging herself to take on what might be described as the diametric opposite of a barely there dress. My big goal is to develop a coat, she says. At this point, I dont really know what that would look like, coming from my brand, but Im excited to find out.
From top: Designer Nensi Dojaka; model Emmanuelle Loca-Gisquet in a dress by the designer. Photographed by Charlie Gates. Nensi Dojaka: hair: Sophie Jane Anderson for Kevin.Murphy at Future Rep; makeup: Vass Theotokis for MAC Cosmetics at Streeters; model: Emmanuelle Loca-Gisquet; photo assistant: Tommy Francis.
Even amid the eternal high drama of the fashion world, designer Dilara Findikoglu stands apart from the crowd. For one thing, theres her personal style: Think copious cleavage, shredded Victorian garb, Joan Jett makeup, and loads of tattoos. Then there are her over-the-top shows, which are so deliberately provocativemixing together religious -iconography, zombie contact lenses, sexy-punk frocks, splashed faux blood, and the occasional witch hat or devils hornthat right-wing loony Alex Jones of Infowars (not exactly known for his runway reviews) felt compelled to denounce her spring-summer 2018 presentation as a satanist orgy. And, of course, there are the clothes themselves: Suffice it to say, Lady Gaga is a fan.
Growing up in Instanbul, in a family she describes as very traditional and quite narrow-minded, Findikoglu read a profile on John -Galliano in a magazine and decided immediately that studying at Central Saint Martins, his alma mater, was, in her words, the only option for my life. Though her parents were aghast at the idea, theyd been worn down by years of rebellious behavior. I got my first tattoo at 14, says Findikoglu, who is now 30. I was a goth at some point, and then I was emo. So I said, if you dont let me go to Saint Martins, I will go anyway. And thats how I came to London.
The move, however, did nothing to soften her antiestablishment worldview. She found school stifling, with teachers who were trying to control you, she says. Maybe she shouldnt have been surprised, then, when, at the conclusion of her B.A. program in 2015, she wasnt chosen for the schools prestigious press show, where 30 or so of the most promising students showcase their work in front of an audience of editors, buyers, and talent scouts. I was like, Okay, I have to do something about it, she says. So she teamed up with friends to organize a silent protest. Students, accompanied by models dressed in their overlooked collections, stood outside the doors of the university-sponsored show, ensuring that the audience would have to walk past them. We ended up getting more attention than the press show, Findikoglu says with obvious glee.
Indeed, her work was soon featured in a bunch of international magazines, with one of her corsets turning up on the cover of Carine Roitfelds CR Fashion Bookon Rihanna, no less. Celebrity stylists came calling, and she ended up dressing the likes of FKA Twigs, Grimes, and Gaga. Several much-talked-about London Fashion Week shows followed, and top shops like Luisa Via Roma came on board. I feel like, when I graduated, I was still going through a teenage rebellion, Findikoglu says. Lately, shes taken a more measured approach, mixing in wearable pieces with her over-the-top catwalk creations, building an online shop, and taking steps toward sustainable production. Going forward, I still want to make really couture things, but also, like, T-shirts, she says. Before, I just wanted to see my clothes in a show or in a theater or in a fantasy. Now, I want to see my brand on the street. I want to see it on everyone.
From top: Designer Dilara Findikoglu and model Nora enkal, each in a dress by the designer; Dorateymur shoes. Photographed by Cihan nc. Dilara Findikoglu: hair: Ibrahim Zengin; makeup: Elcin Mutlu; model: Nora enkal at Girl Mgmt.
Much has been written about the Internets power to globalize style. But its worth noting that before there were live-streamed runway shows, before there was Style.com, before e-commerce was even a thing, there was FashionTV. The satellite television station, founded back in 1997, brought couture catwalks and backstage interviews into glamour-starved living rooms from Toledo to Timbuktu. And for Thebe Magugu, 28, who in 2019 became the first African designer ever to win the ber-prestigious LVMH Prize for Young Fashion Designers, that access was akin to a minor miracle. I will never forget the day, when I was about 7, that we got satellite television, says Magugu, who grew up in Galeshewe, a historically segregated township within the South African mining city of Kimberley. My mom had saved up for it, and the very first thing that came on when the installer hooked it up was FashionTV. It was a Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton collection full of jewel-colored duchesse satin dresses. At that moment, I knew I wanted to go into fashion.
Though helped along by the satellite signal, -Magugus childhood dream didnt come from outer space. While Kimberley is in many ways a world apart from Paris, the city, says Magugu, is notable for both its beauty (lush greenery, flocks of shocking pink flamingos) and its problems (gang violence, intense poverty, crime). Hed grown up the only child of a single mom completely obsessed with clothes. My mother is a true chameleon, he says. She creates characters for herself through her clothing and has all of these funny style rules for herself, like she cant wear high heels without carrying a bag, because the aerodynamics dont work. You can imagine that growing up seeing someone playing like that made a big impression.
Though his mother was wholly in support of his fashion dreams, sending her son abroad to Central Saint Martins or Parsons wasnt in the cards financially. Instead, Magugu moved to Johannesburg and enrolled in the fashion program at LISOF, from which he graduated in 2015. After a brief, creatively stifling stint in the design department at Woolworthsthe countrys biggest retailerhe struck out on his own. It was extremely premature, he says of establishing his namesake label. I couldnt afford rent. I couldnt do anything. But I was just so happy making clothes.
That joy came through, both in his bright, impeccably tailored creationsmany of which reference South African history and the rituals and ceremonies of his tribal heritageand in the Instagram shoots he orchestrated with friends. The organizers of South African Fashion Week took notice, and in 2017, Magugu was offered a spot on their calendar, with generous sponsorshipin a full-circle twistfrom none other than Woolworths. In 2019, he won the International Fashion Showcase, which provides mentorship to young designers from around the globe and spotlights their work at London Fashion Week. And on the very day he scored that award, he found out that he had made the finals of the LVMH Prize, which, of course, he went on to win. The 300,000 euro purse has enabled him to weather the storm of Covid-19, as has the fact that he produces everything in South Africa. In September, he was back to work in his studio and about to launch his own e-commerce site. His mother had finally been able to come visit, for the first time since Februarya seriously joyous reunion that came with one small downside. As soon as she walked into the studio, she pushed me out of the way, collected all of the samples from the rail, and convinced my staff to alter them for her on the spot, he says, laughing. Ill never get those clothes back, but they make her so, so happy.
From top: Designer Thebe Magugu and his team; model Ponahalo Mojapelo, in a jacket and pants by the designer. Photographed by Imraan Christian. Styling: Amy Zama; hair and makeup: Alex Botha; model: Ponahalo Mojapelo.
Emma Chopova and Laura Lowena, both 29, have an unusual formula for dreaming up new collections. Take one part traditional costume, add details borrowed from an esoteric sport, and filter the result through the lens of two London-based besties with advanced fashion degrees (Central Saint Martins) and top-notch atelier training (John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, Lanvin). The idea started with their 2017 masters collection, which they produced as a duo, using traditional tartan aprons from Emmas native Bulgaria, accented with bits of 1980s rock-climbing gear. The luxury e-tailer MatchesFashion bought a grouping of their hand-stitched skirtswhich resemble punky kilts, with mismatched plaid textiles held together by buckles, carabiners, and other hardwareand they sold out in a day, convincing the recent grads that they had to set up proper production.
In the five collections theyve presented since, theyve explored such unlikely mash-ups as -Victorian British silhouettes with skydiving, and Albanian garb with equestrian vaulting. For that collection, I got to stand on the back of the horse! enthuses Chopova, who immigrated to the States from Bulgaria with her family at the age of 7 and grew up in New Jersey.
On visits back to Bulgaria, Chopova became enamored with the traditional costumes of the country. Every year, wed go to an antiques store and buy one of these amazing vintage aprons, she remembers. Theyre so special, because theyre handwoven. Every woman in Bulgaria used to have a giant loom in the house, and there were different plaids for various parts of the country, and embroidered symbols added for luck and protection. She took to wearing the one-off pieces to school, and when, at Central Saint Martins, she was tasked with defining her identity as a designer, the aprons topped her list of sartorial touchstones. Lowena, who grew up in Somerset and met Chopova during her first year of B.A. studies, quickly saw the garments handmade appeal. Ive been obsessed with knitting and sewing and making things for as long as I can remember, she says.
The pair, who founded their label straight out of school, have financed their business in part by winning a series of lucrative, high-profile prizes (H&M, Samsung, LOral, OTB). And though the 2020 LVMH Prize was suspended in the last round due to the pandemic, their share of the 300,000 euro purse, which was split among the eight finalists, got them through to their next collection, spring--summer 21. The inspiration this time: Romania and roller derby. Romanian costume is one of our favorites, because its still being worn, and its actually quite modernsynthetic and vibrant, with lots of Western influences and secondhand clothing in the mix, Chopova says. And roller derby goes really well, because they both have this overly feminine thing going on. They share a really fantastic tackiness.
From top: Designers Laura Lowena (left) and Emma Chopova; model Megan Park, wearing an outfit and accessories from Chopova Lowena. Photographed by Charlie Gates. Chopova Lowena: hair: Sophie Jane Anderson for Kevin.Murphy at Future Rep; makeup: Vass Theotokis for MAC Cosmetics at Streeters; model: Meg Park; photo assistant: Tommy Francis.
A recycling center is not typically a font of sartorial inspiration, but for Priya Ahluwalia, 27, a 2017 visit to Panipat, Indiaa city known for producing yarn from discarded clothingset the tone for her mens wear label. Once I saw how much we actually throw away, I knew we had to concentrate on working with recycled materials and clothing that already exists, says Ahluwalia, who collected her photos from that tripas well as from a visit to Lagos, Nigeria, where sporting secondhand clothing discarded by Europeans is the norminto a book, Sweet Lassi, which was released in 2018. By incorporating secondhand and vintage pieces into her line, she hopes to both chip away at the existing mounds of KonMaried clothing and prevent new ones from growing. Because the materials are always slightly different from piece to piece, every item I design is one-of-a-kind, she says. I hope that will encourage people to hold on to my clothes forever.
Growing up in London, the daughter of a second--generation Indian-British mother and a Nigerian father (with a second-generation Jamaican stepdad also in the mix), Ahluwalia first became aware of clothings ability to, in her words, make people feel something through a fixation on music videos. As a kid, I was always watching MTV Base, she says, referencing the U.K.s hip-hopfocused cable station, and as much as the music, I was analyzing the clothes. She earned her M.A. in fashion at University of Westminster, focusing on mens wear because, she says, men have been wearing basically the same thing for 50 years. I like the idea of trying to push their boundaries and get them to experiment.
Her line, Ahluwalia, does just that, reworks old-school sporty streetwear and pieces from a traditional mens wardrobe reminiscent of her favorite vintage Missy Elliott videos (hoodies, puffer jackets, color blocking) with wild patterns, patchwork details, and graphics derived from her love of art across the -African and South Asian Diaspora. For spring 2020, for example, she made prints out of old family photos, with her grandfathers face turning up on the thigh of a pair of reconstructed Levis, and childhood pictures of saucer-eyed cousins gracing a pair of wildly colorful trousers. Her relatives reactions? They just find it weird, honestly, she says, laughing. And some of my family in India was like, Wheres my royalties?
Her desire to brighten up the mens wear market comes naturally, she says. My idea of what vibrant mens wear means is different from Eurocentric ideas, because here men wear much plainer clothes than they do in India or in Nigeria. So when Im making graphics, I use all the colors. That doesnt happen in the U.K., but Im trying to make it happen. People here need to cheer the eff up!
From top: Designer Priya Ahluwalia; model Akeem Osborne, wearing an Ahluwalia coat, denim jacket, shirt, and jeans. Photographed by Adama Jallo.Ahluwalia: hair: Lauraine Bailey for Glam Sculpt; makeup: Francesca Daniella; model: Akeem Osborne at Select Model Management.
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