This news story originally appeared at 24Fashion TV Feed on 26 September 2021
London, UK (September 19th, 2021) - On Sunday at Devonshire Square, Oxford Fashion Studio(OFS)presented 10 amazing designers from across the UK, USA, Australia, Canada and India to launch collections during London Fashion Week as part of OFSs new emerging designer platform Emerge. Oxford Fashion Studio is known for highlighting independent fashion designers from all over the world; to date giving nearly 700 designers, from 70+ different countries, over the past 10 years a platform to showcase their talent with a top tier runway experience.
About Oxford Fashion Studio
Since 2009 Oxford Fashion Studio, led by Carl Anglim and Tiffany Saunders, has helped 700+ designers from 70+countries to launch collections into the UK, USA and European markets. The company began at Oxford University and then grew from there to London, New York, Milan and Paris, producing shows and campaigns for independent designers across all four fashion capitals. The company has produced runway shows, speaker events, retail events, photography and art exhibitions, film screenings, networking events, live photo shoots, live fashion sketching, city-wide late openings of high street retailers and museum lates including a fashion takeover of the Ashmolean Museum attracting 2,500+ attendees. This year Oxford Fashion Studio is set to play a leading role in helping designers, fashion brands and the industry as a whole to bounce back from Covid by launching a new platform for emerging designers, by introducing a sustainable design program and by delivering Faduma's Fellowship.
Emerge: the new platform for emerging designers by Oxford Fashion Studio. Built with fresh eyes by experienced hands for a new generation of design talent. Created specifically to meet the needs of emerging designers: high-quality, industry-connected, cost-sensitive and backed by an experienced and friendly team. Design is about ideas, and a diversity of ideas is in all of our interests. Lockdowns have hit emerging independent designers hard. But now, with shows scheduled for London in September, it's time to emerge.