Design Collective Scotland

What better way to spend a dreary Thursday evening than in the presence of four major talents while nibbling delish canapés and sipping fizz at the Metropolitan bar in Glasgow. The talents in question Marc Ross, Iona Crawford, Emily Lamb and Di Gilpin are four designers with one goal to provide a platform via the Design Collective  to showcase “cutting edge fashion talent” in Scotland. The designs did not disappoint and the crowd were wowed with fabulous frocks, perfect prints and fantastic footwear worn by models casually wandering among the guests! It was an amazing evening and I met some wonderfully talented individuals including photographer Daniela Flores who has kindly provided some of the images for this post. A picture speaks a thousand words so without further ado I will let the images do the talking…





Above images by Daniella Flores

Footwear Designer Emily Lamb and Jewellery Designer Euan McWhirter

Knitwear Designer Di Gilpin (right)



Designer Iona Crawford

Designer Marc Ross

The beautiful sister and grandmother (most stylish lady of the evening) of Emily Lamb

The Girl in the Blue Dress

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4 Responses to Design Collective Scotland

  1. Helen Mac says:

    Looks like you all had a wonderful time, and the outfits etc are just stunning.

  2. felicity says:

    Is there anyway to get a copy in an email of our photo of myslef and my grandmaxx

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