Wild silk & khadi mini dress, Shazia Saleem ©
Shazia Saleem is a British fashion designer who is considered an expert in luxury hand woven and sustainable textiles for fashion and interiors.
Shazia studied fashion in Florence and now lives and works between London, Edinburgh and Delhi.
Shazia has been sponsored twice by Harris Tweed, most recently for the Centenary of the Orb and this collection exhibited at the V & A Museum. Shazia was selected as one of six British designers for the prestigious Shared Talent India project which exhibited at London Fashion Week.
Shazia’s work is part of the a gallery at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. Traders: The East India Company & Asia.
Shazia Saleem London was the first fashion company granted an exclusive exhibition at the prestigious Nehru Centre in Mayfair, part of the Indian High Commission.
Shazia Saleem exhibited her collection and was part of the expert panel at an evening talk at Asia House, London to discuss sustainable fashion.
Shazia is regularly invited as a public speaker in order to inspire young people looking to enter the creative industries and public bodies looking to encourage working with Indian businesses/NGOs. In this regard Shazia has given short talks at Tate Britain, UKIBC, Pearl Academy and AFP.
Shazia Saleem won an award for being one of the United Kingdom’s Future 100 Young Entrepreneurs acknowledging the company’s dedication to business and sustainability.