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Hannah Brabon is a Knitwear Designer. Focused on creating luxury knitwear that is innovative and forward thinking, Hannah aims to empower the wearer through clothing.

Hannah’s ethos is to have a low impact on the environment by promoting the idea of slow fashion, which forms the basis of her research. Her aim is to design and make clothing with a long life that people will treasure for many years to come.

Hannah graduated in 2017 with a First Class Honours Degree. She was selected to show her final graduate collection at the Winchester School of Art Press Show in London, where she was presented with the Fashion Textiles Award. She soon became featured on Not Just a Label, where she was selected as part of the Black Sheep round up, highlighting new creative talent. 


During her final year of study, Hannah was awarded The HATRA Bursary by the Worshipful Company of Framework Knitters (2017), to support the creation of her graduate collection. Whilst at university, Hannah was also chosen to exhibit her work at Premiere Vision 2017, as well as at Spinexpo Shanghai (2016), where she was selected to attend the show as the student Knitwear representative for Winchester School of Art. 


Since graduation, Hannah has been involved in a variety of collaborative projects, including being invited to showcase her collection in Paris with Denim Premiere Vision as part of their Denim Pop-Up Street. She also founded Bramble & Bayleaf, a sustainable handmade accessories brand. Most recently, Hannah showcased her work at Dutch Design Week 2023 in collaboration with Levi's and Vitra.


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Features include: Dezeen, Caboodle Magazine, House of Solo Magazine, Hunger Magazine, Sicky Mag, Noctis Magazine, Feast Magazine, Estela Magazine, Crackers Magazine, Twenty 6 Magazine & Vogue 

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