Sharon Wauchob

It was a pleasure to work as a stylist for Sharon Wauchob earlier this year for London Fashion Weeks Men’s collection, it was dotted with a few female looks but this time I was dressing a male model in a fabulous look. Sharons collections have been featured in Vogue, Tatler and British GQ to name but a few.

Sharon Wauchob  is an Irish designer who studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design in London. Shortly after graduating, Wauchob moved to Paris, where she worked for Koji Tatsuno. Later, she worked as an in-house designer at Louis Vuitton LVMH.

In 1998, Sharon decided to launch her own label under her own name specializing in “alternative” fashion. She shows her collections twice yearly during London and the Paris Fashion Week.

In May 2009 EDUN, the global fashion brand of Ali Hewson and her husband, U2 singer Bono, appointed Sharon Wauchob as the new creative director.

Sharon Wauchob brings an unpredictable, unconventional edge to the world of contemporary luxury. She develops a constantly evolving vision of femininity – an attribute which consistently draws a loyal and growing following. Her work is distinguished by a unique experimental use of materials and fabrics and consists of pieces that incorporate folds, drapes, pleats and exquisite detailing.

Definitely a designer to watch with a fresh and ingenious take on fashion and meticulous attention to detail.