Dylan Joel is an independent London based designer, who is originally from Glasgow, Scotland.
Completing a national diploma at Glasgow Clyde College in 2015. The same year he moved to London to study BA Fashion Design Womenswear at London College of Fashion and graduated in 2018. Completing several projects throughout the course and selected one of the winners of the H&MxLCF Sustainability project and had work shown in the H&M Oxford Street store. Dylan was selected as a "Rising Star" at the Barclays Entrepreneur Awards 2020.
Also gaining experience working with Coast in 2015 along side Gareth Pugh 2017 for his A/W17 collection and along side David Koma in 2018 for his S/S19 collection. 
In 2018 Dylan began working in his own studio and  started working with celebrities and creating his own collections. Recently in 2020, Dylan Joel has been making and selling face masks for the #BlackLivesMatter movement and donating 100% of the proceeds to Race Equality First.
Dylan Joel aesthetic is androgynous and involves elements of womenswear and menswear which creates a wide variety of silhouettes. From tailored suits, dresses, accessories. These are often Inspired by segments of queer and pop culture throughout history.