A commanding fusion of industrial and organic aesthetic, Design + Conquer is best described as a breakaway design faction. Specializing in bespoke garment, millinery, and accessory design for the stage, screen, and private clients, DC drives to design + conquer in a variety of arenas.
Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, Design + Conquer continues to make its mark worldwide. On the stage, screen, or in the pages of Harper's Bazaar, DC's dynamism commands attention in array of contexts. Art direction, custom design for the stage, graphic and industrial design unite in full-force to set Design + Conquer apart from the crowd. Design + Conquer is available in boutiques across Canada and online.
Canadian designer Morgan Mallett reflects her eclectic experience in her varied and unique design activities. With a background in graphic design, illustration and video editing, the multidisciplinary designer is passionate about blurring the boundaries between design disciplines, and charting new aesthetic territory through the use of innovative processes.
Recent awards and honours: Winner of VNB's Vancouver's top Creatives [Fashion Category] 2014; Shortlist for Western Living magazine’s ‘Designers of the Year’ award in the fashion and jewellery category ; Sole Canadian designer represented at ETSY's first international office opening exhibition [Berlin, Germany, 2010].
An advocate for animal welfare and an active participant in mountain trail maintenance on Vancouver's North Shore, Design + Conquer is proud to support the BCSPCA and Vancouver's North Shore Mountain Bike Association trail building. Design + Conquer does not use animal products in its designs. Get involved with the friendly folks at NSMBA here, and the BCSPCA here.
Credits for the sewless photo shoot
Photographer | Aaron Aubrey
Model | Iman Hassan
Makeup + hair | Becca Randle
Makeup assistant | Jessica Ratsoy
Art direction and video | Morgan Mallett | designandconquerjewellery.com
Music | Walk, by The New Division
Special thanks to John Kunkel + Blanche Macdonald Centre
Shot in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada