Today we delivered a black steamer to the incredible designer Henry Holland. As well as being the present of T4 cult show ‘Frock Me’, he has created some of the most talked about t-shirts of late. Unfortunately he was at a styling a shoot with Radio One’s Nick Grimshaw at the time, but we handed the steamer to the glamorous Pixie Geldoff in his East London Studio. They were preparing for London Fashion Week!!
London Fashion Week’s website wrote this about Henry:
“Henry Holland graduated from London College of Printing with a BA Journalism, starting his imaginative slogan Tees in 2006 as a bit of an in-joke, when Giles Deacon and Gareth Pugh took their London catwalk bows wearing each others respective House of Holland “Fashion Groupies” T-shirts: “UHU Gareth Pugh” worn by Giles and “Get Your Freak On Giles Deacon” worn by Gareth, it catapulted him into the international fashion arena, and within 3 months, his celebrity fanbase included: Lindsay Lohan, Nicole Richie, Marc Jacobs, Christopher Kane, Richard Nicoll and Fergie (Black Eyed Peas), and buyers from stores such as Barneys in New York were urging him to come up with exclusive slogans just for their customers. Now firmly established in the international fashion scene, House of Holland now boasts an impressive roster of international premium stockists including Browns. Focus, Selfridges, Harvey Nichols, Colette, opening Ceremony and Barneys.”
Check out his profile and collections at this London Fashion Week link.