London Ethnic is a fashion house celebrating the best of London Fashion. We help emerging designers in various ways, through helping making their pieces ready for production & sale, selling their pieces on our online marketplace, promoting their designs through our prestigious events and social media, and of course all the behind the scenes work such as photo shoots, look book creation and PR & Marketing. To find out more about this go to the designer services page on our website.


Ultimately we provide a platform for a wide range of upcoming and distinguished UK fashion designers to help from the initial stages from pattern cutting and sample making through to promoting their designs and ultimately having them showcased, produced and sold. We carefully consider all portfolios and select designers with the most potential who produce (or desire to produce) authentic British fashion made in the UK. Our collections reflect the diversity and vibrancy of London’s soul – from the classic tailoring of Saville Row to the edgy Shoreditch street-style. Every month we highlight a handful of our favourite new collections and showcase them in our designer marketplace, where they can be ordered and delivered to you.

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