The Official Off-Schedule Event at Fashion Week.

At Fashion_ Collective _Hub our mission is to showcase emerging and underground talent. We provide a platform for designers, students and artists to show their work during the most exclusive fashion seasons in the UK.
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“I design to unite the multiple lights in our lives and make them one…that’s fashion to me…”- Dr Chichi Menakaya

Okwuís_Frocentric label launched in 2017 in London to empower survivors of domestic violence in Africa. Today, Okwuís_Frocentric label also showcases pieces created by survivors alongside pieces designed by Dr Chichi Menakaya, to portray the uniqueness and affluence of African culture by integrating this with global values.

The profits of this label helps to fund they’re business empowerment scheme (Foster-A-Woman) in Africa aimed at ensuring financial freedom.



An Ecuadorean designer, Maria Bustillos, has had her work showcased at London Fashion Week, held shows at Gibraltar House, been named one of the Rising Latinas in the UK and has collaborated with countless artists and brands who want in on Maria’s designs and creative perspective. She is certainly one to look out for.

The Wolfe


Established in 2017, The Wolfe London is the lifestyle fashion brand that solemnised the streetwear movement. It promotes the vibrant and exciting culture of London through unisex clothing.

The Wolfe London emerged as more than just a product: they lead the pack by creating a community of creatives and collaborating with people all over the world.


by Sajada Rehman

Born and raised in Birmingham she was one of the four children who had a passion for fashion and design. Her parents encouraged her to apply her artistry and focus it on elegance, structure and grandeur.

With her parent’s motivation and belief Sajada worked skilfully and learnt the art of bringing together textures, embroidery, style and designs to life.