The Louise Harrison Couture brand was established in 2002 by the UK designer Louise Harrison. Its first evening wear collections of unique, handmade wraps, shawls, bags and belts were immediately snapped up by the world's most famous department superstore Harrods as well as Liberty of London and Fenwick of Bond Street, London.
After a successful few years in London the brand relocated to the United Arab Emirates where the flagship Louise Harrison Couture boutique was opened in the Souk Madinat Jumeirah, Dubai in the winter of 2009.
The Louise Harrison Couture expanded its collection and currently includes a beautiful range of Resort Wear including kaftans, tops and sleeves as well as stunning hair accessories.
By meticulously hand making every item and using only the finest 100% silk chiffon and organzas, Louise Harrison Couture continues to ensure the highest standards are surpassed.
British designer Louise Harrison studied at London's Goldsmiths University where she graduated with a first class BA Hons Degree in Textiles/fine art.
Following her graduation Louise gained valuable experience working in the distribution and press department for world renowned fashion designer Issey Miyake. She then worked on various freelance design projects for UK fashion giants Next and River Island where she was able to develop her skills as an embroiderer.
Dulux ICI commissioned Louise to design a range of costumes based on their new paints colours, which was used in a fashion show as a huge PR Event for Dulux.
After the successful Dulux event Louise was asked by Michiko Koshino to create accessories for a number of her London Fashion Week Shows. She was then commissioned by British Designer Lulu Guinness to embroider flowers and leaves that were incorporated into a Lulu Guinness Designer handbag for her mainline Autumn/Winter collection.
Louise went on to embroider costumes for Disney's production of 'The Lion King', 'Beauty And The Beast' as well as working for The English National Ballet's production of 'Alice in Wonderland' and The Royal Opera's production of ‘Tylar Tharp, Ballet' and worked on various other productions.