United Kingdom
University / School:
istituto marangoni
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Production Location:
united kingdom
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Collection – Pre Collection Bukhara

The collection is inspired by a Thousand and One Night.
Made from unique Ikat Silk, sourced from Uzbekistan, and mixed with leather, the collection juxtaposes Oriental motives with modern shapes.
All of our items are proudly made in England.

Fashion Films

Stylist come fashion designer 'Kamola', graduated from one of Europe's top fashion institution, ‘Istituto Marangoni’, Milan . Kamola has spent the last 3 years since her graduation crafting her signatory style and documenting her inspirations for what would become her 1st collection. Kamola has enjoyed both an independent and successful career working with Celebrity stylist Susan Hildebrandt. To date Kamola’s achievement includes earning attractive proposition for styling some very recognisable public figures. The 1st Collection celebrates the success and freedom of the woman, particularly concentrated towards Regal cocktail and eveningwear. The collection explores and plays with femininity through the epochs of Film Noir and resonance from Art movements such as Romanticism and Classicism. The collection can be described as Classic Luxe with subtle elements of boudoir through the use of spectral hues and rich fabrics such as Velvet, Taffeta, Silk, Satin, Lace and Silk Wool. Since our AW2010 collection runway show during London Fashion Week (Strand Palace Hotel) and Paris Fashion Week Rendez-Vous Femme exhibition we have attracted considerable interest from a notable selection of International Womenswear Buyers, Fashion Bloggers as well as Press and were featured in Tatler Russia's May issue - as an emerging Trendsetter, and in an interview in the October issue. The Spring/Summer 2011 collection is inspired by Great Silk Road, being mainly produced from an original ethnic Uzbek fabric - Khan Atlas, renown by many designers by its Ikat print. The oriental motifs in the Spring/ Summer collection are linked to the Uzbek heritage of Kamola Malikova- designer of the brand. The original Khan Atlas fabric is sourced from Uzbekistan, and the collection plays with borderline of the East and West, mixing modern and ancient patterns, ethnic and contemporary shapes. The collection was shown as part of Paris Fashion Week at Zip Zone Louvre exhibition in October 2010. You can buy items from Kamola's collection at www.kamola.co.uk. She also makes made to order pieces as per your request.