Georgia Hardinge designs her collections like an architect, paying close attention to shapes and materials, to create a third dimension rarely seen in clothes. Her work is distinctive, inspired by architectural shapes and structures.
Georgia studied at the Parsons School of Art and Design in Paris, and won the best Designer Award for her graduate collection. She’s won a string of accolades, and famous fans, since her inaugural 2010 S/S London Fashion Week collection.
Georgia is also inspired by new technologies and innovation. She innovates upon standard procedures like pleating, by using paper as a prototype, coupling unusual shapes with new high-tech fabrics and textile treatments.
The Mila Dress is pleated all over with unique tuck detailing down the front, deigned to flatter the figure. The bust features gathers to fit and form around the body.
A percentage of proceeds from this dress will be donated directly to The Malaika Foundation. Malaika focuses on empowering young girls and their communities in the Democratic Republic of Congo, providing them with education, food and nutrition, as well as healthcare access.
This dress has been crafted out of fabrics sourced from a Sustainable mill, using a recycled base cloth. The manufacturing processes of this fabric are clean, waste limiting and environmentally conscious.Material & Composition