Hull based designer Debbie Huntley will celebrate the launch of her womenswear label L.2.Mae during London Fashion Week via a two day Presentation taking place at the Future Gallery.
Having worked for a number of established high profile brands such as Paul Smith and Alice Temperley, Debbie decided to launch her own label in April 2011 with her business partner Anthony Langley.
The debut collection entitled ‘Infused Beauty’ comprises of 11 elegant looks and is inspired by the aesthetic artists and glamorous Hollywood Sirens such as Jean Harlow, Loretta Davis and Rita Hayworth.
The collection comprises of fluid fabrics such as crepe de chine and double crepe with a contrast of pig suede. Debbie explains “I chose these fabrics because they both have a soft fluidity to them but yet each represents a different side to the female form: feminine vs strong”. Aimed at the mid-high designer market, the entire range is solely manufactured in the UK
Debbie first realised her love for fashion design whilst watching the programme 'House of Elliott' with her mother. She eventually went on to study at the University of Huddersfield where she attained a 1st class BA HONS degree in Fashion Design with Manufacture, Marketing & Promotions with a specialist route in Manufacture.
The two day L.2.Mae Fashion Week Presentation in collaboration with Booth Nation will take place on 16-17 September 2011 at the Future gallery in Central London.
For further information visit www.l2mae.com