Fabryan: Contemporary tailoring, rife with bold shapes Emma EdwardsJanuary 8, 20150 viewsFashionSS150 Comments0 views Kicking things off for 2015, we are introducing you to a sharp, edgy ready-to-wear fashion brand, Fabryan. We caught up with designer Samantha-Jane, who grew up in a fashion fuelled environment, lead by her dress maker mother. “I used to use old scraps of my mother’s fabrics to make dresses for my dolls”, Samantha-Jane explained. In 2010, she decided to channel her talent into a career, and taught herself to sew. Fabryan was born soon after. The latest collection features contemporary tailoring, rife with bold shapes and colours, which Samantha-Jane dubbed “her own version of colour blocking, which worked well with vibrant coloured leather, marrying crepe and silk fabrics”. This is evident in the S/S’15 collection, amidst bright colour clashes and graduated colour blocking, while looking back to the A/W’14 collection, sharp peplums and monochrome colour schemes dominate. The cuts and shapes are always current, simplistic and elegantly understated. Our favourites from the S/S’15 lookbook include the teal and deep fuchsia two piece sets, identifying the continued use of cropped co-ordinates from 2014, while the asymmetric shoulder of the fuchsia and purple colour block dress really creates a feminine, on-trend neckline. The leather trim neckline on some of the floor length gowns are truly stunning, and are really striking to the eye. With a host of celebrity actresses and athletes already seen donning Fabryan cuts, as well as features in Vogue, Tatler and Drapers, the future is certainly bright for Fabryan. Emma Edwards Click here for stockists, and catch up with the latest news from Fabryan on Facebook, Twitter @FabryanLondon and Instagram @Fabryan.