London Fashion Week September 2023



Since founding Kingfisher in October 2021, Ross has been on a relentless pursuit to secure his rightful place in the women's fashion industry. His designs have graced the likes of Lady Anita Dobson at The Icon Awards, where he proudly clinched the coveted Emerging Designer 2023 title. 🏆


(picture taken at This Is Icon 2023 by Zuzu Valla - Instagram @zuzu.valla)

With an impressive array of accolades, including the prestigious SME International - Best Couture Fashion House in the North West award, Ross has proven his creative prowess both locally and on the global stage. 🌍

In October, Kingfisher orchestrated a spectacular event that breathed new life into Astley Hall, welcoming designers from all corners of Lancashire following its £1.1 million refurbishment. The event was a resounding success, showcasing the region's exceptional talent. 🎊

Adding to his list of achievements, Ross emerged as a finalist at the esteemed Lancashire Red Rose Awards in 2023, solidifying his reputation as a rising star in the fashion industry. 🌹

(picture taken by Sharon coupe - Left Samantha Lewis CEO of Sam's Diamonds with Ross Griffiths founder of Kingfisher Couture) 

Beyond his remarkable career, Ross's journey has been marked by resilience and determination. Diagnosed with HIV at the tender age of 21, he has fearlessly defied its impact, refusing to let it hinder his pursuit of dreams and empowerment. 💪

Now, Kingfisher is ready to mesmerize the world with its debut 18-piece collection. Get ready to witness the culmination of Ross's unwavering passion and dedication to his craft. 🌈✨

Stay tuned as Kingfisher unveils its first collection at London Fashion Week, where Ross's visionary designs will take center stage. This is just the beginning of an extraordinary fashion odyssey. Follow @kingfisherdesigns for a front-row seat to the magic! ✨💃

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