Jennifer Morris

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Jennifer Morris is a London based womenswear fashion designer specialising in luxury ready-to-wear garments.

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Subsequent to graduating with a Masters in Fashion Design and Technology from the London College of Fashion in 2011 Jennifer has gone on to be featured in press such as Harper’s Bazaar ‘One’s to Watch’, Vogue, Grazia Daily and the Guardian G2 ‘Look of the Week’.  She has exhibited with Vauxhall Fashion Scout at London Fashion Week in February and September 2012 and was nominated for ‘Young Scottish Designer of The Year’ at the Scottish Fashion Awards 2012.

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The brand’s unique selling point lies in its bold use of colour and texture to create original garments of high quality craftsmanship.  Hand embroidery, beading, dyeing, digital and screen printing techniques are all conducted to create a luxury quality of finish.  All garments are hand made in the United Kingdom.

Following on from the success of Jennifer Morris’ first two collections with Vauxhall Fashion Scout at London Fashion Week and a nomination for Young Scottish Designer of the Year at the Scottish Fashion Awards 2012, Jennifer launched her third collection for Autumn/Winter 2013/14 at ZipZone Paris.

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As Russia embarks on a new era of revolution and industrialisation, socialite and Ballet Russes’ prima ballerina, Elena Gueorguievna, dreams of far-away lands and adventure.  The intricately beaded and embroidered robes she wears start to feel restrictive.  Fairy tales and mythological quests her father used to excite her with at bedtime as a child flit through her thoughts, obscuring her concentration.  One thought persistently sticks in her mind.  ‘The hanging gardens of Babylon’, she daydreams, ‘…do they exist?’

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For more info visit www.jennifermorris.org

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