QVC fashion expert and TV & Radio presenter Laura Naylor host the acclaimed Britain's Top Designer Awards on the night.
Front row were Charley Monroe (X-factor), Actress Kelly Adams – (Hustle, Selfridges), Miss England, Princes Trust Ambassador Lewis-Duncan Weedon (Princess Trust Ambassador & celebrity), who showed their support to Britain’s emerging design talent.
At 8 pm head judge celebrity stylist Bernard Connolly was joined by Princes Trust Ambassador and celebrity stylist Lewis-Duncan Weedon, presenter and stylist Lola Royle and fashion expert publicist Melanie Jones from the eponymous Melanie Jones PR agency.
Designer Helen Woollams of Hellavagirl received the Britain’s Top Designer Award and won judges over with an unconventional, innovative and opulent collection inspired by Hitchcock’s Birds for her visionary collection.
Being a very closed second couture luxury brand Daniel Chu wooed judges and guest with a beautiful collection finished to an exquisite standard and is deemed as ‘the one to watch’.
Little Hill People is a boho fashion brand inspired by the exotic tribesmen of Northeast India with sustainable fashion and social responsibility at its core.
Further fellow nominees competing for the award were Deda Designs fusing traditional motifs with contemporary interpretation.
Haüs of Rå who specializes in custom-made avant-garde womenswear.
Ready-to-wear brand Kited Fashion with its collection of evening wear.
Made of Carpet showed of the latest collections of backpacks and totes made from carpet.
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