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About Dee Izmail 

Designer to the stars, Spice Girls, Destiny’s Child,

and Founder of Kawasaki Disease UK charity. 


Dee Izmail started out as a student designer in the 80s when she was modelling, dancing, choreographing and making costumes for her performer friends to make a living.


Today the designer has reinvented her club wear collections and intends for the pieces to be worn by a wide age group of confident and sassy women.

My Story


Dee Izmail is a Couture and Made-To-Order designer with a diverse sense of style for an independent and alluring woman. Dee is not only a fashion designer but a true craftswoman who has worked with chainmail, broken mirrors, fine wiring embellishment, Latex, and hand-painted clothing.


She has showcased her Artisan pieces in many presentations across the globe and fashion magazines throughout the 80s-90s. Her Covent Garden Flagship store attracted Virgin Records to select many items of clothing and footwear for the Spice Girls in 1997 and also created various bespoke pieces providing a total of 80 pieces throughout the girl power rein that made Dee an iconic clubwear designer. Dee is respected for her multiple celebrity works during this era such as commissions for Beyoncé, Cher, Shania Twain, Eddy Izzard, and for the millennium dress worn by Isla Fisher. Her work led to her outstanding achievement of a royal interview with the Duke of Kent.

Today, Dee’s brave passion leads her to visit various cultures from eccentric British to the impeccable Oriental vibes. The wearable collections are an array of jerseys, woven fabrics, silk chiffon, stylish crepes, organzas, velours, wet look vinyl, chainmail & latex. You can find a wide range of classy classic pieces to glamorous red carpet gowns.

​The cut of a garment is very important to the designer who strives to create a balance of comfortable yet exciting clothing whilst emphasising a woman’s best assets.

The brand is the key sponsor of a charity known as Kawasaki Disease UK where the designer is heavily campaigning through her art.

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