Martine Rose is a British fashion designer. Originally beginning as a Menswear shirting label, Rose showcased her debut collection of 10 shirts at Black private members club in Soho 2007. Catching the eye of Lulu Kennedy of Fashion East, who subsequently supported her for the an installation at the first Menswear day on the London Fashion Week schedule, Martine Rose has grown and developed from first debuting her first catwalk collections as part of Fashion East, through to the gaining the British Fashion council sponsored NEWGEN Award.
Martine Rose went on to show her S/S 13 collection at the first London Collections: Mens show and has received press attention across the globe as well as picking up stockists in the US, Europe and Asia. Martine Rose has previously collaborated with heavy weights such as Wallpaper Magazine, Timberland, Ligne Roset and CAT.
Rose has collaborated with boutique department store Browns, and worked closely with Max Pearmain editor and chief of Arena Homme Plus as well as Tyrone Lebon and Poppy Bartlett who co designed and built the set for her AW13 presentation.