Monday, 9 September 2013


After spending time absorbing the art and architecture that Florence had to offer, Italian born Alessia Prekop left her literature studies and converted to fashion, using her experiences as a primary influence for her collections. Following a move to London to study at Instituto Maragoni, Alessia was able to engage her creativity with both a rich, romantic Italian history and an edgy, urban culture - something that has fast become her design aesthetic.

Using predominantly black bases with flashes of bold colour - think pillar box red and bright fuschia - Alessia’s collection focuses on structure and a combination of fabrics to create a wardrobe for the modern woman.

Let Alessia Prekop take you on an adventure this season at Fashion Scout London, showing on Day Two at 5:30pm.

By Olivia Hunter, Fashion Scout Writer, @oliviahunter