Shelley Fox is a fashion designer working in London. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 1996, Shelley has established a reputation as one of London's most innovative fashion designers, renowned for her rigorous research into new pattern cutting techniques and fabric textures. Fox's studio sells to stores throughout Europe, the United States and the Far East and her work regularly receives coverage in magazines including i-D, Blueprint, Visionaire, Dutch, The Independent, Visionaire, Wire and Vogue. Shelley Fox exhibited her collection Negative at the Friday Late at the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2005, and exhibited there again during the exhibition 'Touch Me'. Fox is currently Senior Research Fellow at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design, and Stanley Picker Fellowship in the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Kingston University.
- The Peugot Design Award for Textiles, 1999
- The Jerwood Fashion Prize in 1999.
- 'Great Expectations', New York (2001),
- 'Jam:Tokyo' The Barbican, London (2000)
- 'Multiples' ICA, London (2001-2).
- 'Fashion Stranger than fiction: Shelley Fox', Caroline Evans, in The Englishness of English Dress, Eds. Breward, Conekin and Cox Berg, 2001, pp.189-211.
- Fashion Cultures: Theories, Explorations and Analysis, Eds. Bruzzi and Church Gibson, Routledge, 2000, pp. 105-106.
Shelley Fox features in a project.