Turning heads in the London fashion scene is a former Tydd St Mary fashion designer

Eden Loweth (left) has been hailled as one of Britain's brightest fashion talents

Eden Loweth (left) has been hailled as one of Britain's brightest fashion talents - Credit: Archant

A 22 year old from a tiny Cambridgeshire village is making a big noise in the London fashion scene after he was hailed by the Sunday Times as one of “British fashion’s brightest talents’.

The Sunday Times Style Magazine labelled Eden Loweth from Tydd St Mary as the next big thing as he prepares for his Fashion Week debut.

Eden, who was home schooled before attending New College, Stamford, to study fashion and clothing, is now part of the Fashion East Movement who are showcasing at their pop up store in Selfridges, London, until March 2017.

With Fashion East and alongside fellow designer Tom Barratt, Eden will make his debut with their men’s collection, which “mixes feminine funerary with beautifully detailed tailoring.”

After completing his studies at New College Stamford, Eden moved from his home in Tydd St Mary to prestigious fashion university; Ravensbourne in London.


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Since then his designs have featured at London’s graduate fashion week and in leading glossy magazine LOVE which has featured the likes of Cara Delevingne, Margot Robbie, Georgia May Jagger, Kendall Jenner and even Cher.

A spokesman for New College said: “It’s an amazing achievement for a young designer and only the beginning of a very successful career for Eden.

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“If you dream of a career in the fashion industry then courses at New College Stamford offer guaranteed interviews to University of the Arts London for fashion courses and are an attractive alternative to A Levels.”

Visit the college’s fashion studios for yourself at their next open evening on Tuesday January 24 from 5pm to 8pm.

Book online at www.stamford.ac.uk or call 01780 484311 for more information.

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