Maame Baryeh
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Untold Design CIC
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I am the Founding Director of Untold Design CIC a not for profit Social Enterprise which exists to provide a platform for emerging designers and creatives within the fashion industry. I am also a Mens & Womenswear designer with two labels; Maame Baryeh London & Ma:LE
Career history / Company history:
Maame Baryeh London launched in 2004 , followed by Ma:LE in 2007. Untold was borne in September 2007 and incorporated as Untold Design CIC in 2008, in association with Museum of London and Mahogany Model Management, Untold also produces the Fashion Diversity event, more information on our other activities can be found at

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Untold VII - Seeking Designers, Students, Graduates or Fashion Lovers

Posted on July 27, 2010 at 12:59 0 Comments

Untold returns to an exciting 7th season, and with several solid shows under our belt we intend to turn the volume up another notch to ensure no story is left unheard.

Next season's venue will be the Design Museum, a space synonymous with design in its many forms, so we are seeking designers who have conceptual & artistic collections as well as those who take influences from merging a cross section of different art forms. Expressions of interest now invited!

Also… Continue

The Clothes Show comes to Town!

Posted on April 5, 2010 at 14:53 1 Comment

The Untold London Boutique returns to Clothes Show London this summer and following the success of last years event we are excited to be able to offer 12 designers an opportunity to take part in this sales and consumer event at a highly subsidised rate. This presents a perfect opportunity to sell surplus stock and samples or current stock to a captive audience as well as raising the profile of your brand.

Untold Design CIC is a not for…


Untold is BAC, London Fashion Week 2010...

Posted on January 29, 2010 at 16:26 0 Comments

Monday 22nd February 2010

Grand Hall, Battersea Arts Centre

Pop-up Boutique: 1pm-10pm

Catwalk Show: 7pm-8pm

After Show Soiree 8pm-10pm

Season VI and Untold is BAC bringing with it a theatrical ambience along with elements of quirky and quaint historics. As another chapter unfolds the Untold Boutique and catwalk show 'pops-up' again for one day only; specially invited press, industry and buyers will be welcomed to the stage as the curtain is… Continue

Untold Season V Monday 21st September 2009, The Kensington Rooms, SW7 Untold partners The London Design Festival for the third year in celebration of the electrifying creativity that exists within d…

Posted on September 14, 2009 at 0:11 0 Comments

Untold Season V

Monday 21st September 2009, The Kensington Rooms, SW7

Untold partners The London Design Festival for the third year in celebration of the electrifying creativity

that exists within design and fashion in London today. We invite you to ‘sit back and watch as these stories

are Told…’

This season, Untold takes residence in the quaint and historic Borough of Kensington & Chelsea with the

event spanning two locations. We also team up with… Continue

Calling all designers and creatives!

Posted on June 23, 2009 at 12:29 0 Comments

Fashion Diversity returns to Museum of London- 6 workshops, 5 catwalk shows, 3 days!!!

After the resounding success of last years launch, Fashion Diversity returns with a programme of exciting and inspirational workshops, catwalk shows and awards.

This years' Honorary designers Gisella Boutique, Junky Styling & Nico Didonna play testament to the creativity and individuality which has led to their longevity within the fashion industry whilst inspiring the next… Continue

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At 9:55 on August 20, 2009, Anrette Ngafor said…
no i contacted you some time ago and but if you can send me ur number so that i call you i will appreciate it Maame. so that we can chat more
At 17:22 on August 19, 2009, Anrette Ngafor said…
hey Maame my email address is .
how u doing?
At 19:30 on June 26, 2009, Hannah Jean said…
Hey Maame,
Just saw your post about the Fashion Diversity event - it's looks really cool! Would love to be involved, I worked as head stylist for last month and had a fab time, so if there is any way I can lend my skills to assist Fashion Diversity then do let me know :)
Take care, Hannah
At 20:41 on June 25, 2009, David McGill said…
Hi Maame, sure thing. You can do an African themed or European themed show or collection any time. The beauty of this cloth is that it can be used for a full outfit, a skirt or top, patches, accessories or even be printed or sewn on to a t-shirt. Its useful as giving the designer a base to work from.
If you really want to push the boat out you can design a sports collection around arsenal, chelsea, manchester, wimbledon, etc. If you give an e-mail address I'll show the designs.

If you look at the pics on my profile you'll see one called Ghana. Its very similar to one of the cloths in your collection.
At 17:48 on June 25, 2009, Ishwari Vijay Thopte said…
Thanks Maame!
I'll definately keep u posted abt my MA :) Hope to see u in London when i come!
At 18:05 on June 24, 2009, Ishwari Vijay Thopte said…
Hi Maame!

Im a Fashion Designer by profession and i plan to do my MA in "Design Management for Fashion Industries" from London College of Fashion this fall.
My research will mainly be in Ethical Fashion and Sustainable business practices. I was hoping to build contacts here. Can we be friends?
At 12:53 on June 23, 2009, David McGill said…
Hi Maame, what do I do? A variation on the Robin Hood theme of robbing the rich to feed the poor. Not Robbing just providing well-made ethically-produced clothing and accessories which actually have a meaning and diverting a percentage of the profits to create sustainable businesses in Africa and Asia. Profits not 'fair price' for raw materials as in FairTrade. And on a giant scale that may actually make a visible difference in my lifetime. And by providing individual countries with a national symbol help to create awareness and educate the west. Africa is not a country nor an island, but a continent of 52 countries: 52 individual countries, some with many different languages and cultures. One is 3 times the size of France Another has a population 2.5 times that of the UK.

If you have a look at the pics on my profile you'll see fashionwear designed made and even modelled by 'African' refugee/asylum seekers in the UK.

Anyone can join in.
At 12:22 on June 23, 2009, David McGill said…
Youre so right Maame. I collaborate with designers and manufacturers in a worldwide ethical, sustainable social enterprise. If any of your team wish to take part please let me know
At 10:52 on June 23, 2009, David McGill said…
Nice idea

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