RICHARD QUINN, AWARDED BY QUEEN ELIZABETH II, IS PURE TALENT. WAITING TO DISCOVER HIS HIGH STREET COLLECTION IN COLLABORATION WITH DEBENHAMS, DISCOVER SOME ODDITIES ABOUT THE DESIGNER.
There are few designers in the world who can boast of having had at their show, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England. One of them, against all odds, is the very young Richard Quinn, who received the British Design Award 2018 from the Queen.
One wonders why him: young and simple boy born in London with a passion for fashion, Quinn is the purest definition of talent we can see today.
The designer, who grew up in South East London, created his brand in 2016, after the MA at Central Saint Martins.
The most important thing for him is to stay true to his origins and be an example for the guys like him. His trademark? Floral prints. Quality, craftsmanship, attention to detail: this has made the show of Richard unique during the London Fashion Week.
In his studio in Peckham, he helps young people to find a way and his door is always open for those who want to learn techniques and print on very high-quality fabrics.
From the show, there are many projects at the award. First of all, the collaboration with the Department store Debenhams for the realisation of the high street collection, ready to be launched in May 2018. Talent is an innate ability, a natural disposition and in his simplicity, Richard Quinn is one of those that fashion world needs now: originality, attention to the community and sustainability.
Official website www.richardquinn.london