Dublin-born menswear designer Robyn Lynch founded her brand upon graduating from the Menswear MA at the University of Westminster in June 2018. Lynch has worked with Phoebe English and Cottweiler alongside her studies in London and previously studied Printed Textiles at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin. Lynch uses her Irish upbringing and culture as the base of the brand's ethos and inspiration, paying tribute to her roots with the youthful style of silhouette and traditional Irish cable knits. Lynch has previously shown with the support Fashion East and AW20 was her first stand-alone presentation with DiscoveryLAB. London Fashion Week Men's June 2020 saw a capsule collection from Robyn Lynch with the support of Rapha. This collection was made of repurposed garments from deadstock and pre-existing fabrics. Which will launch with Browns, London in October. For Spring/Summer 2021, Robyn Lynch looks to the past, present and future. She uses her Irish roots as inspiration for a collection that introduces womenswear for the first time. It's about an evolving signature that splices together ideas of casualwear, always done with humour and heart.After collaborating with Rapha in 2020, this capsule collection, which is being shown as part of the brand's NEWGEN debut at London Fashion Week this June marks her second partnership in the ‘Robyn Lynch supported by…' series which sees the designer reconstructing specialist brands' deadstock garments. The collection, presents a mash-up of Columbia's traditional outdoor codes puzzled into the brand signatures Robyn has been developing since her AW19 debut. To present this capsule collection, Robyn teamed up with director Spencer Young to create a video that captures the active nature of the garments in the context of the designer's personal memories. The short film sees models roaming around a surreal landscape of rocks and caves, with a special soundtrack composed by Northern Irish musician Or:la.