Daniel Herman studied at the renowned Central Saint Martins College in London from where he graduated with a first in 1998. During his studies he did a work placement at John Galliano in Paris. After graduation Herman worked as freelance for Swiss based companies such as Jakob Schläpfer and Akris.
Winning the Swiss Federal Award for Design allowed him to open his own studio in 1999. With his first collection he then won the Swiss Textiles Award 2000 and in the following year he showed his collections at London Fashionweek twice.
His collections have been presented at fashion shows all over the world: Milan, Moscow, New Dehli, Amsterdam and Osaka, Japan. A selection of his trademark lasercut and latex garments has been acquired by fashion museum Muséee Galliera in Paris.
Apart from designing garments for his signature line he designed fabrics for jacquard weaver Gessner, (Switzerland) and garments for Mikalady, Tokyo.
Daniel Herman's creations has been featured at Vogue, Harper's Bazaar and Cosmopolitan.
For more than five years now, Daniel has worked as a consultant and freelance designer for underwear manufacturer Triumph. He created several special collections for them and helped to build-up the Triumph Inspiration Award.
A superb tailor, the scissors is not Daniel Herman's only friend. Well-versed with technology, He uses laser to make intricate and delicate cuts on techno-fabrics. The result - clothes that look as fragile as paper, but can withstand regular wear and tear. Intricate detailing combined with contemporary styling make Daniel Herman's collection attractive and eye-catching. In his designs, technology and tradition meets, form and structure are heightened, and gives you a sense of disbelief that the garment can be worn without falling apart.