Stacey Wall is the chosen Irish designer who has now taken up a seven-month residency in a state-of-the-art fashion studio in East London, following a nationwide search for the best emerging talent, along with seven other designers from the UK.

Along with free studio space, the designers will be given expert mentorship by a creative council of industry experts and a presentation of their collections during London Fashion Week in February 2019.

Watch below to hear about the challenges they've faced to break into the industry as well as the inspiration behind their work as well as their ambitions for the residency.

Learn more about each of the designers here and the Creative Council who will be fostering their talent led by designer, Jonathan Saunders.

The House of Peroni Fashion Studio

The House of Peroni Fashion Studio


This residency will give emerging fashion designers a platform to succeed in the fashion industry, with free London studio space, professional equipment and a presentation of your work during London Fashion Week. The designers will be guided up to LFW by a creative council made up of industry leaders.

A season of talks and masterclasses by influential guest speakers will be free to attend for all the designers, covering everything from design, to business models, publicity, marketing and more - providing valuable insight into the inner workings of the fashion industry.

Designers will leave with industry contacts and invaluable guidance to further their fashion careers with nationwide exposure via Peroni Nastro Azzurro social channels.

Conde Nast

Peroni Nastro Azzurro has partnered with Conde Nast to give our emerging designers the amazing exposure they deserve. Through this, our designers have been featured in videos in GQ, Vogue and Glamour, giving their opinion on luxury streetwear, sustainability in fashion and the future of fashion. Watch now to hear their stories.

GQ: Streetwear

With Virgil Abloh, the man behind Off-White, now head of menswear at Louis Vuitton and Supreme continuing to collaborate with high fashion brands, has streetwear become the new luxury? GQ asked the designers Joel Boyd, Hannah Wallace, Daniel Crabtree and Kyle Lo Monaco what they thought . Click here to see more.

Vogue: Sustainability in fashion

Big fashion brands are looking to dramatically change their processes, whilst emerging designers are at the forefront of the sustainable fashion movement. Vogue explored what the emerging designers at The House of Peroni think about creating fashion that lasts and doesn’t damage the environment. Click here to see more.

Glamour: The Future of Fashion

What does the future of fashion look like? How will fashion evolve to meet the changing demands and expectations of the consumer and what are the next big trends that will have us queuing up all night? This film will focus on what the designers think about the future of fashion and how they see their work playing a part in shaping this. Click here to see more.