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UK design talent on show in Paris for AW20


Some of the UK’s most exciting fashion, accessory and jewellery brands are on show in Paris this week, highlighting the design talent and creativity our industry has to offer.

Sustainability, slow fashion and timeless qualities are some of the central themes of the latest collections, while many combine British styling with international influences.

From classic tailoring through to the reinterpreted femininity, streetwear influences and artisan, handcrafted detailing, the UK group in Paris has it all. At showrooms around the city and the key tradeshows, buyers can view brands that are at the forefront of gender-fluid and unisex ranges, alongside those that champion subversive style.

UKFT’s Brits in Paris map helps buyers and press to find British designers across Paris Women’s Fashion Week. This season, it contains a new exploded section, showing the streets in the Marais more clearly.

It covers the key tradeshows of Tranoï Carrousel, Tranoï  Bourse, Tranoï  Richelieu, LONDONshowROOMS at Tranoï Richelieu, Première Classe & Impact, Vendôme Luxury and Woman Paris.

It also covers brands showing at multibrand showrooms including 246, 3rd Eye Showroom, ashowroom, AQ Market, Awaykin, Claret Showroom, Cube_Showroom, Daniele Ghiselli Showroom, Florence Deschamps, Four Marketing, Haus Showroom, Imoni Showroom, Le Works, Mirabel Edgedale, No Season, NOB Showroom, Nomet, Ordre, Paper Mache Tiger, Plan 8 Showrooms, Polly King & Co, Showroom Romeo, RainbowWave, Riccardo Grassi Showroom, Sandrine Perrin, SCHRÖROOM, Shvets Showroom, Six London, Studio Zeta, The Alphabet, Tomorrow, Tora Tora, Touba London and Tuilieres Showroom.

Independent designers showrooms in Paris include Ashish, Barbara Alan, Barrie, Chinti & Parker, David Koma, Edeline Lee, Fannie Schiavoni, Gina, Jenny Packham, Lisou, Margaret Howell, Oyuna, Roland Mouret, Rupert Sanderson, Temperley London and Vivienne Westwood.

The British group in Paris is co-ordinated by UKFT (the UK Fashion & Textile Association) and supported by DIT (The Department for International Trade). For further information, please contact info@ukft.org


UK brands supported by DIT include:


16 Arlington at Four Marketing 

High octane glamour meets London cool womenswear



Annabel Giraud-Telme at AQ Market    

Sustainable luxury unisex fashion



Avie at AQ Market      

Luxury slow fashion womens RTW focusing on style rather than trend



AwaytoMars at Schroroom   

Sustainable womenswear



Bar Jewellery at WOMAN    

Silver, brass and gold plated jewellery



Bella Freud at RainbowWave     

Cult womenswear, tailored suits and subversly demure dresses alongside signature slogan knitwear pieces



Bianca Elgar at AQ Market 

Capsule wardrobe collection



ByVarga  at Touba        

Timeless and feminine pieces, uniquely designed and considered made exclusively from natural or recycled quality fabrics to create sharp tailoring, deconstructed classic shapes and effortless draping



Coritarose at Premiere Classe Tulieries  

Textile design, for bags and interiors



Daniel Pascal Tanner at AQ Market

Womenswear and accessories



Daniele Bardis at Tuileries Showroom    

Luxury womenswear and accessories



Deborah Lyons at AwayKin   

British tailoring for women



De La Vali at Awaykin   

Women’s RTW



Edward Crutchley at Le Works 

RTW men’s and women’s clothing



Emma Charles at Paper Mache Tiger  

Leather handbags

@emmaCharles UK


Hades at AwayKin    

Women’s knitwear crafted by hand in Hawick, Scotland from pure fibres sourced from a Yorkshire mill. Pieced together with exceptional craftmanship and created in a way that is fair to people and the planet.



IA London at NOB 

Luxury womenswear and accessories



Ivana Nohel at AQ Market  




Izaak Azanei at Four Marketing

Womenswear with a fusion of contemporary and luxury aesthetics



Ka Wa Key at Romeo Showroom

Gender fluid fashion



Karl Donoghue at Tranoi   

Women’s shearling leather and fur outerwear and accessories



Katie Ann McGuigan at Le Works

RTW Womenswear



Lisou at Private showoom at 9 Place des Vosges, 75004 Paris      

Womenswear made from silk with African influences



Livia Tang at Schroroom (pictured above)




Lucy Choi at Shvets Showroom 

Women’s luxury footwear



Mashu at WOMAN     

Contemporary handbags inspired by Art Deco interiors and objects along with Cycladic and contemporary architecture



Milo Maria at Schroroom    

Luxury womenswear



Naya Rea at Haus Showroom 

Womenswear with unconventional cuts and luxurious materials



Nigel Preston at Tranoi 

womenswear, sheepskin, leather and suede



Holly O’Hanlon at A-showroom

Design and manufacture of fine contemporary jewellery



Orris London at Premiere Classe Tulieries 

Glasses chains – new bio-acetate collection, made from wood pulp and cotton fibre



Print Theorem at Touba

Luxury printed silk scarves and Giclée  prints


Rathel & Wolf at The Alphabet Showroom  

High quality sterling silver and 18kg gold vermeil and gemstones jewellery



Remain Studio at The Alphabet Showroom   

Contemporary fashion denim focusing on classic elegance and urban street style



Renata Brenha at Tora Tora




Roker at Le Works           

Footwear designed and made in the UK



Ruskin London at Premiere Classe Tulieries   

Artisanal bags



Sarah Regensburger at NOB      

RTW womenswear



Skiim at Sandrine Perrin showroom   

Women’s RTW leather and suede clothing and accessories



SOS Steve Smith at Le Works      




Steven Tai at The Alphabet Showroom  




Tarra Rosenbaum at AQ Market

Sterling silver, gold vermeil jewellery drawing inspiration from nature and its perennial bounty



The Nou Project at AQ Market  

Limited edition art on sneakers



Underage at Florence Deschamps 

Contemporary women’s designer clothing label growing our sustainable/ethical elements



UrbanCode at Daniele Ghiselli Showroom        

Clothing and accessories for women



Vaai London at AQ Market        

Womenswear made from natural fabrics



Wicker Wings at Paper Mache Tiger    

Handmade in the UK, wicker bags with vegetable tan leather trim and handles



Yuhan Wang at The Alphabet Showroom 

Womens’ apparel