A new designer I've fan clubbed is Dasha, otherwise known as ZDDZ. I Interviewed her for Spindle Magazine, and instantly fell for her prints. So much so that I wore her blazer and ruffle wrist shirt to London Fashion Week. The current collection is a zingy array of shirts, blazers and trousers that own a sophisticated sense of graffiti print, in a dominant black and white palette that suggests a twist on something Victorian and decadent. There's also a ghetto sting to the overall look, making it a total east-end party monster hit. “90s were the main inspiration for the prints. I was a teenager back then and used to hang out with the cool gang of rappers. The graphic part of the collection is a narrative based on my memories of that time. I used old tablecloth, old Russian wallpapers, and magazines including ’100 best Hip-Hop songs of 2000′.” To see more, just click any of these letters Z D D Z !