Friday's Designer: Erdem Moralioğlu

The half-Turkish and half-British designer was born in Montréal, where he also grew up, and took a great interest in fashion at a young age. He is the eponymous founder of fashion label Erdem, which he started in 2005. He has won fans with his blend of overtly feminine silhouettes and moody, meticulous prints. His brand have earned him critical praise as well, most notably the British Fashion Council’s Design Fashion Fund prize in 2010.

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Friday’s Designer: Erdem Moralioğlu by jesuisfoufou on Polyvore
Are you dare to bare?

Are you dare to bare? by jesuisfoufou featuring summer purses
Happy running, happy girl.

Happy running, happy girl. by jesuisfoufou featuring ray ban glasses
Friday's Designer: Sid Neigum

Canadian designer. He enrolled at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York, and took up a place as an intern at Yigal Azrouël in 2009. He is one of ten selected to participate in the British Fashion Council’s Next in Line exhibition. Neigum’s favoured material for the clothes using this process is double bonded nylon with polyurethane sandwiched in between, a fabric that lends itself well to laser cutting and holding structure.

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Friday’s Designer: Sid Neigum by jesuisfoufou featuring a black sleeveless vest
Walk my way.

Walk my way. by jesuisfoufou featuring a chain strap purse
Monday Night-out

Monday Night-out by jesuisfoufou featuring rose home decor
Friday's Designer: Elie Saab

At age 18, he had launched his own label in Beirut, after a brief stint at design school in Paris. His ultra-feminine, flowing gowns have been worn by famous celebrities and royalty all over the world.

He is also popular with royal families in the Middle East; Queen Rania of Jordan famously wore one of his gowns for her coronation ceremony in 1999.

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Friday’s Designer: Elie Saab by jesuisfoufou on Polyvore

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