Olivia Rubin launched her first womenswear line after graduating from the world-renowned Central Saint Martins College in London. Her final collection was chosen for the prestigious press show and won immediate attention from the press who cited her printed designs as one of the ‘standout collections'. Rubin carried out placements with couturier Jacques Azagury, Tristan Webber and Jade Jagger. Her persistence and enthusiasm scored her work with Alexander McQueen, Dior and John Galliano in Paris, where she assisted with Galliano's main line collections, designing prints that were chosen for his womenswear lines. After taking a few years out to focus on her family, Rubin has returned with a revived brand, bringing back her unique take on modern femininity and focussing on best selling dresses, standout skirts and brightly coloured prints. Rubin's penchant for rainbows and popular multicoloured sequins have already built her a strong industry presence in such a short space of time; being featured regularly in leading British fashion titles including Vogue, Sunday Times Style and Elle and continuing to dress a list of fans from Tamsin Egerton, Eva Chen and Song of Style to name a few. 2019 sees the exciting launch of an exclusive pop up in the world renowned Selfridges as well as an impressive list of worldwide stockists.