Below you will find the final 100 list as voted for by the general public. There are ten names in each category, select a category to view the winners who are listed alphabetically.
They design with a strong emphasis on entirely bespoke print and humour as they believe fashion should never be taken too seriously. Between them, Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton interned for everyone from Karl Lagerfeld to Blaak Homme to J.W. Anderson before eventually meeting while interning at Alexander McQueen. Rather than continue to give their ideas away to others, they founded their eponymous label Agi & Sam in 2012. Their own label was "born out of frustration", says Agi as neither could find work that creatively fulfilled them. Despite being the new kids on the block, they've quickly established strong and influential industry mentors, such as Fashion East's Lulu Kennedy, GQ Style's Ben Reardon and menswear champion Charlie Porter.
Charlotte Simpson recently established her London based Luxury Womenswear brand and is already generating huge interest and impressive reviews. Charlotte began her fashion design career at Northumbria University and then went on to complete her Masters in Fashion Design Technology at the London College of Fashion. Before starting her company she gained experience with brands such as DKNY, Amanda Wakeley and Julien Macdonald. Simpson's recently showcased S/S 2013 collection for Vauxhall Fashion Scout was a skillfull and memorable collection demonstrating the power of good design and smart fabric choice. Her collection is an excellent example for other emerging designers on the importance of a fluid, cohesive presentation.
Christopher Raeburn has taken strides in ethical design, pioneering the sustainable fashion movement. Staunchly British, all Raeburn garments are proudly 'Remade in England' and produced in East London. Raeburn's unique production process has been recognized with accolades including the International Ethical Fashion Forum's Innovation competition, a prize that secured him his first place at London Fashion Week for A/W2009 and his first product order from Browns Focus. The first designer to be awarded both NEWGEN mens and womenswear sponsorship in the same season, Raeburn has created incredible and original installations at every London Fashion Week. With a British Fashion Award for Emerging Talent Menswear, a Moncler collaboration to launch and an ongoing relationship with Victorinox, the last year has been another outstanding successes for Raeburn
Linda Hewson is the Head of Creative for Selfridges, recently awarded Best Department Store in the World 2012 for the second time by IGDS. She works on the initiation and development of large scale creative projects that Selfridges has become globally recognised for. Recent examples are the Big British Bang, Project Ocean, Words,words,words and The Film Project. Hewson also instigates collaborations and projects with both established and up-and-coming creative talent who partner with Selfridges to create new and exclusive projects. Recent examples include The Museum of Everything, Emin International, The Idler, Bompas and Parr, Design Academy Eindhoven and It's Nice That amongst many more.
Nick Knight OBE is a British fashion photographer, documentary photographer, and web publisher. As director of SHOWstudio.com, Knight pushes the boundaries of fashion and ways of seeing in the digital age. He has worked on a range of often controversial issues during his career - from Racism to Disability, and Ageism to, more recently, Fat-ism. He continually challenges conventional ideals of beauty. He once said: "I don't want to reflect social change - I want to cause social change."
Rebekah Roy is a freelance fashion stylist and creative director working with fashion and music clients on a wide range of editorial, commercial, catwalk and television projects from Billy Idol to Kate Nash, Harrods to Royal Ascot . Roy has recently been added to the prestigious judging panel of the trend forecasting and analysis site WGSN's Global fashion Awards. Roy is the Fashion Director at Phoenix magazine and she is also author of one of the most popular fashion insider blogs, Stylist Stuff, and contributes to Glamour.com. She also sits on the Advisory Committee for The Industry London and the Selection Committee for the Ones to Watch and Merit Award at Vauxhall Fashion Scout
That stunning wedding dress for Kate Middleton in 2011 turned the camera-shy protege of the late Lee McQueen into a household name around the globe. Sarah Burton, who trained at Central St Martins and began working for McQueen as an intern, is now Britain's most celebrated couturier. Last year Burton won the Designer of the Year at the British Fashion Awards. In 2012, she was named in Time 100, an annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world, received an honorary degree from Manchester Metropolitan University and was appointed an OBE for services to the British fashion industry.
Describes by those in the know as "completely brilliant", Sarah McVittie and Donna Kelly created an online personal styling service / aggregator which helps navigate the high street. It's unique proposition, which allows women to find clothes which will suit them, threatens to revolutionize online shopping in a sympathetic interface and comprehensive catalogue.
Stella McCartney is a British fashion designer best known for her eponymous label. She is renowned for her sharp, simple tailoring with a feminine edge and considerate approach to wearable design. As of 2012, McCartney operates 23 freestanding stores in locations including Manhattan's Soho, London's Mayfair, LA's West Hollywood, Paris' Palais Royal and Milan. In September 2010, Stella McCartney was appointed Team GB's Creative Director for the 2012 Olympics by Adidas. The uniforms worn by athletes in the British Olympic and Paralympic teams are now publicly displayed as part of a new exhibition, held at the Design Museum in London, which explores the ways in which design has influenced the sporting world. Most recently in November 2011, McCartney was presented with the Red Carpet Award by the British Fashion Council.
Tracey Neuls is a vital force in contemporary footwear design. In a market saturated by sameness, Neuls continues season after season to present mould breaking collections that are unique yet distinctively Tracey Neuls. These women’s shoes are not simply containers for your feet. They are timeless expressions of individuality and attitude. Her first stand alone shop was formed in Marylebone followed by a second shop on Redchurch Street less than a year ago. Her shoes are stocked worldwide.