Darrell Vydelingum

Creative Director

Darrell Vydelingum is a creative director based in London. Vydelingum was the director of Blow PR for 12 years and has represented some of the best fashion designers including Basso & Brooke, Peter Pilotto, Ashish, Bora and Aganovich, as well as international designers like Manish Arora. 

Vydelingum launched Blow Presents nearly ten years ago, the first platform to represent and cater for emerging talent and post graduates: Craig Lawrence, Charlie Le Mindu, Asger Juel Larson and Iris Van Herpen are just a few of the names Blow Presents has represented. 

In 2016, Vydelingum launched Fashion & Freedom, a specially commissioned exhibition by 14-18NOW to commemorate the First World War. Fashion & Freedom examined the relationship between the women’s movement, their new-found freedom and the changing silhouette of the female form. Vydelingum commissioned established fashion designers for the project together, working with SHOWstudio and several fashion colleges.

In June 2019 he co-curated an exhibition at Somerset House named Kaleidoscope, a photography exhibition that explored identity and immigration in modern Britain.

Darrell Vydelingum is a creative director based in London. Vydelingum was the director of Blow PR for 12 years and has represented some of the best fashion designers including Basso & Brooke, Peter Pilotto, Ashish, Bora and Aganovich, as well as international designers like Manish Arora. 

Vydelingum launched Blow Presents nearly ten years ago, the first platform to represent and cater for emerging talent and post graduates: Craig Lawrence, Charlie Le Mindu, Asger Juel Larson and Iris Van Herpen are just a few of the names Blow Presents has represented. 

In 2016, Vydelingum launched Fashion & Freedom, a specially commissioned exhibition by 14-18NOW to commemorate the First World War. Fashion & Freedom examined the relationship between the women’s movement, their new-found freedom and the changing silhouette of the female form. Vydelingum commissioned established fashion designers for the project together, working with SHOWstudio and several fashion colleges.

In June 2019 he co-curated an exhibition at Somerset House named Kaleidoscope, a photography exhibition that explored identity and immigration in modern Britain.