Revered globally for his fabulous tailoring, exciting, innovative and outrageous style, McQueen will be remembered as the most innovative and influential fashion designer of his generation.
Hilary Alexander was the Fashion Director of The Daily Telegraph for 26 years. She has twice been awarded the British Fashion Journalist of the Year at the British Fashion Awards, in 1998, and 2003.
Hussein graduated in 1993 from London’s Central St Martins School of Art and
Design. He was named British Designer of the
Year in 1999 and in 2000.
Jean Muir was part of the British design revolution of the 1960s. Jean
Muir’s look was based on signature fabrics, colours, details as well as
precision cut and fit.
Mrs. Burstein, has been instrumental in the initial success of
household names such as John Galliano, Donna Karan, Alexander McQueen
and Sonia Rykiel.
Revered globally for his exciting, innovative and romantic designs on
the runway as well as on the red carpet, Galliano has established
himself as arguably the most influential fashion designer of his
Manolo Blahnik CBE
Manolo Blahnik is one of the world's most influential footwear
designers and has been British Fashion Awards Accessory Designer of the
Year three times in 1990, 1999 and 2003.
Within 20 years Paul Smith had established himself as a pre-eminent British designer. He has the ability to anticipate and spark trends, not only fashion but often in the wider context of popular culture.
Stephen Jones’ creations have graced the
heads of some of the world’s most famous faces, as well as appearing
on international catwalks, concert stages, cinema screens, and in
prestigious museums of the world.
Suzy Menkes is fashion's authority. As Fashion Editor of the International Herald Tribune - the only daily newspaper with a global reach - her reports on the international collections are read around the world.
Vivienne Westwood today continues to show in Paris, Milan and London.
She uses the medium of her shows to talk about culture and politics,
more specifically about the urgent need to act against climate change.
Zandra Rhodes was made a Commander of the British Empire in 1997 in recognition of her contribution to fashion and textiles, has nine Honorary Doctorates and is the first Chancellor of the University of The Creative Arts (Kent).