Caitlin Price is a womenswear sports-luxe brand from London. The label offers high-end ready-to-wear working on the frontier between sportswear and eveningwear.
Caitlin Price was born and grew up in South East London. She graduated from the Central Saint Martins MA Fashion Womenswear course in 2013 where she was awarded the Armani Scholarship under the late Professor Louise Wilson OBE. Price launched her eponymous brand in February 2015 as part of Lulu Kennedy's Fashion East initiative. Caitlin showed her debut collection at LFW in Feb at the ICA, followed by her second highly acclaimed presentation at the Revue gallery in Soho.
Following her second season the brand was shortlisted as a semi-finalist for the LVMH prize for young fashion designers in Paris 2016.
AW16 marked the young designer's first runway show at Tate Britain. After graduating from Fashion East Price presented her debut solo show, on schedule, on the rooftop of Selfridges.
In November 2016 Caitlin Price was ‘in conversation’ with Lou Stoppard at the V&A museum in London.
Caitlin Price has showcased at Shanghai Fashion Week, CIFF Copengahen and at the London Show Rooms Paris.
Since its first season the brand has been commercially supported internationally by Selfridges, Boon the Shop, Harvey Nichols and Nordstrom.
The brand is represented by The Lobby PR and is worn by Celebrities including Bella Hadid, Arianna Grande, Kelela, Jorja Smith, Mabel McVey, Katy B, Leomie Anderson, Little Simz and Ray Blk.
Collaborations to date include: Little Simz x Caitlin Price Shakespeare recited project with Selfridges for SS17. A jewellery collaboration with Maria Francesca Pepe for AW16 and Caitlin Price x Barbie in motion film by Nick Knight SS16.
Vogue" Caitlin Price is London Fashions latest phenom. Much like Simone Rocha, Price...made her mark on the scene by inventing a new kind of girl, one with her own distinctive look and attitude...Price is up to something genuinely interesting.”
i-D magazine “ Caitlin Price is one of London's hottest young fashion designers. Her collections are a subversive play on femininity, both simulta- neously tough and soft.”
The Guardian “Price is building a following who appreciate her mix of streetwear with couture references”