Henry Holland is an English fashion designer, businessman and blogger from Manchester. Holland earned a degree in Journalism from the then London College of Printing. In 2006, an idea for a T-shirt which he made for his friend and designer Gareth Pugh emblazoned with the rhyming couplet ‘UHU Gareth Pugh’ developed into a series of graphic-inspired T-shirts. The designs referenced slogan tees of the eighties and featured rhymes about fashion figures such as 'I'll tell you who's boss, Kate Moss' and 'Get your freak on Giles Deacon.' Subsequently, Holland designed a full collection and founded his own fashion house, House of Holland in 2008.

Holland’s work has gained press coverage worldwide and is often modelled by his childhood friend, Agyness Deyn. Recognised as being a proponent of the London fashion new wave, Holland has had his label stocked in Browns Focus, Net-A-Porter, Colette, Harvey Nichols, Selfridges and Opening Ceremony.





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  1. 6 Jun 2018
    Henry Holland features in a project.


  2. 20:30 - 21:30 on 3 Mar 2015
    Henry Holland presents a live stream.

    Anthony Vaccarello: Live panel discussion

  3. 13 Feb 2014
    Henry Holland features in a project.

    Moving Portraits

  4. 10 Feb 2014
    Henry Holland features in a project.

    Proud To Protest