Louisa Moody is an established Welsh fashion designer who mixes activism with fashion and art to create socio-political projects. Originally inspired by issues surrounding equality and double standards between genders, her designs focused on sex appeal whilst celebrating women and their bodies.
Louisa wanted to use her brand to create awareness and educate consumers on socio-political issues and the inequality that minorities face from poverty, racism, LGBTQ+ rights and sexism and the injustice within the systems.
Creating the brand shortly after finishing university after her graduate collection was picked up and featured in British Vogue. Within under a year the brand had seen some success having being featured in multiple issues of British Vogue and Tatler UK. Louisa showcased her SS19 collection at London Fashion Week with Fashions Finest. Following the success of her first collection, she returned the following season with her AW19/20 collection and as a finalist for Britain’s Top Designer Award.
Louisa's recently completed a Masters degree in International Fashion Business at the University of East London and now working in Wholesale specialising in Womenswear for high-street brands. Taking a step back from the brand and only creating projects, she's passionate about, like her most recent The Forgotten Twenty-Three% - a fashion campaign to create awareness and fund raise for the continuous growth of poverty in Wales.
If you would like to work with Louisa on future projects, please get in contact via our contact page.