‘Kai from Jaxxon House is not only one of the most likeable people I have met in this industry but also a fantastic stylist who ‘gets’ me.
I have been buying her designs since her first Fashion Show I watched three years ago. From incredible dresses to funky outrageous skirts. Something for every occasion and that is why I go to her when in need. I work in the centre of London so you would think I have everything at my fingertips but sometimes you want someone who truly knows your style and that is Kai! She’s not scared to mix up fabrics and colours to create a unique look and that is another reason why I love working with her.’
Manager at Gucci, Harrods
Kai is an award winning Fashion Designer from Pembrokeshire. She has won ‘Best New Designer’ for ASOS and the Clothes Show Live, Highly Commended Brand at the West Wales Business Awards and also finalist for Best Fashion Brand at the Mogul Awards, Bristol. She has had her collection featured in London Fashion Week and also invited to showcase in New York, Paris, Berlin and Vancouver Fashion Weeks. Jaxxon House has also now been published in the ‘Designer’ section of Vogue Magazine, October 2017 edition!
She set up Jaxxon House in her final year of university and holds sell out fashion events every year to showcase emerging designers to help promote their fantastic work! After being nominated the 3rd Most Stylish Person in Wales with the Wales Online and WM Magazine she decided to update her skills further and trained to become a stylist with the prestigious London College of Fashion and has since worked alongside Gok Wan and his team at a Fashion event. This is her new website which reflects all of her current work and projects which also includes many of her other interests like interior design. She has an extensive range of contacts in the fashion and beauty industry which she will be utilising when working with clients for personal styling sessions (coming soon).
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