Bec Boyle is a vibrant, young, up and coming fashion designer, who recently showcased designs on the runway at the 23rd Hempel International, Fashion Designers Contest during Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, in Beijing China, for the 2015 Fall Collections.
Bec garnered much attention with her "Shanghai Nights" collection, which was picked up by Getty, Reuters, and Harper’s Bazaar Daily, across a series of Asian Media.
Known for her thematic digitally enhanced textile prints, her designs often mix influences of genders, cultures, fabrics, prints and silhouettes that have found favour amongst stylists and photographers in fashion circles. Her focus is not on the way trends influence fashion, but how perception affects the way, fashion is perceived. Using strong, often angled silhouettes and fabrications, it is Bec Boyle's ambition to incite and create strong emotions.
Exciting times continue for Bec, with the Whitehouse Institute of Design selecting garments for their full page advertisements, in Frankie, RUSSH and Harpers Bazaar.
Her ‘Submerged collection has not only been celebrated in a photographic shoot with iconic Japanese Architect, Kaz Shirane's, Light Origami, for Sydney's Vivid installation, but has been given a two page spread in the August 2015 edition, of Elegant Magazine, out of the US.
Bec Boyle’s diversity has been recognised with her first prize win, in the 2015 Salvation Army Sustainability Design Competition. Her up-cycled, vintage, evening gown, gave new life to a set of pre-loved drapes, which epitomise old Hollywood charm.
A finalist to the FSHD, Australian Chocolate Couture awards, Bec’s avant garde design took centre stage at a Star City Celebrity Event, for American Independence Day.
Most recently, the immensely creative, international fashion photographer, Thom Kerr, has reshot the “Shanghai Nights Collection” with immense creativity, which has been included in the newly launched magazine 'Laud'.
Bec Boyle is a 2016 graduate from The Whitehouse Institute, Sydney; and has been listed as an emerging designer on the fashion/trade/media website Flaunter.
Bec has interned with Vogue Australia and in design circles.