Eva Cammarata is a womenswear designer living and working in London. Born in Sicily, Eva graduated in Italy but continued her studies in London where was awarded a Master Degree in Womenswear Design at the “Istituto Marangoni London Campus” and a Ma in Digital Fashion, specialising in CAD design, 3D Graphic and Knitwear at the prestigious London College of Fashion.
Eva cut her fashionable teeth at Giles Deacon and Erdem and since opening her brand in the 2010 has showcased in Paris, London and New York.
The brand signature stands in the bold use of colours and unique textiles, combining traditional techniques with digital manipulation to create interesting prints and innovative knitwear.
Eva’s collections are inspired by Nature, Arts and Philosophy and designed for a woman that wants to be beautiful and sensual without compromising comfort and confidence.
Eva Cammarata is an ethical luxury label that believes in fashion that makes you “look beautiful, feeling great”, using organic and biotech fibres that moisturise the skin of the wearer.
Impeccable quality is strictly associated with sustainability through the entire manufacturing process, producing in UK and Italy, dedicating great attention to environment and fair trade.
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