Laura is a menswear designer who is driven and passionate about creating and developing new and innovative ideas. Enjoys expressing creativity in multiple mediums, from fashion to print design; whilst maintaining integrity and individuality. Has a tenacious and disciplined nature and is focused on achieving set goals, whilst having the ability to confidently generate new concepts and look at things from a different angle.
Has shown both collection and portfolio at Graduate Fashion Week and has completed internships with Richard James on Savile Row, Jonathan Saunders, Lulu Kennedy, Fred Butler, Markus Lupfer and Cordelia Weston.
Additionally has completed projects for Eley Kishimoto, Katie Eary, Selected Homme, H&M, Brooks Brothers, Studio M and Old Navy and has had work exhibited at the Link Gallery in Manchester.
‘Constructing The Modern Pilgrimage' is a menswear collection, featuring print and resulting in six fully styled looks. The concept collection involves the creation and growth of an invented white space. This modern space matches a way of living to an appropriate setting and holds new functional inventions and evolved creatures and characters. The modern pilgrimage represents the journey to this space whereby individuals can reconnect with themselves, evolve and develop and this may ultimately offer an alternative to a religious experience.