Born in 1966, Robert Cary-Williams is a fashion designer renowned for his audacious use of new techniques including his signature 'shot' holes and baked leather garments. His MA show at Central St Martins was styled by Katie Grand. His Spring/Summer 1999 collection gained him a British Fashion Council award, and his subsequent Autumn/Winter collection courted international press interest when Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell modelled his designs.
- 'Fashion in Motion', Victoria & Albert Museum, London 2002
- British New Generation Award, British Fashion Council, February 1999