We are excited to support the annual International Fashion Showcase 2016; an exhibition held at Somerset House during London Fashion Week (19-23 February) which sees the British Council and British Fashion Council join forces to present the best emerging fashion designers from across five continents.
We hand-picked six of these designers along with the British Fashion Council, to give them the chance to try their hand at the Unmade process. The results show an exciting breadth and range which make for a multifaceted selection of sweaters and scarves available here for a limited time only.
Whether it's Dian Pelangi's bold prints (created with Odette Steele and Nelly Rose), Flora's dystopian future or Han Kim's exciting digitisation of some of his own knits, each can be moved, modified or colour changed to create something that is both uniquely you and uniquely the designer.
Each design is showcased as part of an installation revolving around the theme of Utopia, since Somerset House is celebrating the 500th anniversary of the seminal text by Thomas More. The installation designed by Hatty Ellis-Coward is waiting for you to visit in the West Wing of Somerset House, opening on Thursday 18 February.
Unmade’s mission is to put the creativity back into industrial fashion. We believe that, by using digital technology in a more appropriate way, we can unlock the potential of individuals to create great clothes and products which last forever. Unmade's technology enables designers to create a design which is then open to be changed by you. #UnmadeByYou
As always, you can make your sweater more personal by entering your name at checkout to get a personalised label.