Malcolm Hall is a British fashion designer and is known for his flamboyant, tailored suits in velvets, satins, silks and brocades.
He was born on 14 December 1947. Hall studied at the London College of Fashion and Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, before refining his skills at the Tailor and Cutter Academy. After graduating in 1969, he became design assistant to fashion designer Ossie Clark.
Malcolm Hall launched is own label in 1972 and the label quickly gained a celebrity following.
From 1995 to 2003 Hall collaborated with designers including Catherine Walker on gowns for Princess Diana, Bruce Oldfield and Anouska Hempel.
More recently, Malcolm Hall has been working with private customers in bridal and women’s evening wear, as well as relaunching his label with a new rock-inspired collection of suits.
Malcolm Hall serves as expert "consultant fashion designer" to tailoring tutors TutorCouture.
Malcolm Hall is known for his flamboyant, tailored suits in velvets, satins, silks and brocades.
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