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Felicity studied at the Glasgow School of Art where she

developed a strong passion for fabrics and textiles then
went on to graduate from the Royal College of Art, in
London. After that, she started working with high profile
names including Alberta Ferretti, Loewe, Mulberry and
Lanvin dividing her time among Milan, Paris and London.

Born in
She is from Essex.

Currently living
Between London and
the desert of the Middle
The turning point

In 2010, together with her brother Henry she founded the
Felicity Brown label. Their debut collection was showcased in
February 2010 at Vauxhall Fashion Scout during London Fashion

Things to know

She lives between London and the Middle East
that she loves because the desert and empty
spaces help me concentrate. Whereas of the
British capital, she loves the energy and the
cultural melting pot.

Alongside her first line, she has launched a
capsule collection of printed T-shirts.

In June, at the Investec Derby Festival, model
Erin O'Connor worn a unique dress by Felicity
Brown on the placard of the event.

Her strength

The superb
craftsmanship of
their creations but
most of all the
fairy-tale like
allure of the
Main Awards

She won the Royal Society of Arts Award and
Charles Rennie Mackintosh Awards.
Moreover, being a member of the NewGen
project, the Felicity Brown label enjoys the
support of the British Fashion Council.
In 2011, she enrolled as a member of the Centre
of Fashion Enterprise, the incubator of young
Work method

"The starting point is to consider that each
garment must have a powerful identity.
Then comes inspiration, lots of different fabrics
and books. Felicity doesnt create using the pc or
drawing sketches, she starts by draping like the
first time she was regarded as a real designer: it
was while working at Alberta Ferretti when she
was given carte blanche with an invitation to
express her own creativity.

Style keywords

"If I had to describe my collections using
keywords, Id say: hand-dyed and printed, shapes
building, fabric manipulation." Distancing herself
from mainstream trends, the designer plays with
fabrics and colours creating drapes that look and
feel very natural but are in fact the result of a
meticulous process.


"The S/S 2012 collection is inspired by Victorian ladies and
is injected with tribal elements. Broadly speaking, her work
in inspired by the arts and anthropology: before tribal
decorations, she used the lines and colours typical of the
masks from Central America.

Her advice to young designers

"Keep your vision strong and stay focused on
your dream.
Favorite designers

"Lanvin and

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