"A luxury design brand that pioneers an elegant and refined aesthetic, where gender serves less as a signifier than material, cut, and culture"

Bianca Saunders launched her London-based namesake label in 2017 after graduating from the prestigious Masters in Menswear at the Royal College of Art.

The brand explores the nuances between tradition and modernity, intricately navigating the seamless blending of masculine and feminine elements in its design ethos. Crafting an aesthetic that delves into the psychology of men's tailoring, with the aim to usher in a modern, reinvigorated evolution of menswear and beyond. With a growing circularity responsibility, the brand works with Nona Source and Positive Materials to ensure environment is a key focus.

The Creative Director and Designer embraces a multi-disciplinary approach, viewing clothing as a dynamic expression. The brand is known for innovative silhouettes and craftsmanship, often exploring the concept of body mapping around the male form through bespoke prints . The designs are deeply rooted in Saunders' personal British Caribbean identity and the rich social tapestry of Anglo-Caribbean relations.

The Bianca Saunders brand has garnered international recognition. Previously shown as part of London Fashion Week, the label debuted its first runway show in Paris in January 2022. The brand continues to produce two collections a year as well as collaborations that run alongside.

Beyond the runway, Saunders has won a number of prestigious awards and accolades, including the BFC/GQ Designer Fashion Fund (2024), New Establishment Menswear Award (2023), 32nd ANDAM Grand Prix Fashion Award (2021), a spot on Forbes' '30 Under 30' list (2020), and inclusion on the BOF 500 list (2023). Her commitment to the community is evident through mentorship roles, including being appointed as the 2023 Mentor at the Instituto Marangoni.