At this year's BFC/Vogue Fashion Fund, Jonathan Saunders took home the prestigious prize, being the prince of color and print. The widely recognized, London-based designer has worked at noble fashion houses such as Alexander McQueen, Chloe, and Emilio Pucci. After this long line of achievements, Saunders launched his own label in 2003. On his association with color, Jonathan told Vogue UK, "It's the color; its how it lightens you, changes the mood. That's what print can do, that's what color can do." His Spring 2012 collection was an eye-popping string of flirty, patterned summer frocks, neon blazers, multicolored platforms, and subtle ombre-style creations. For Fall 2011, the collection was a elegant blend of East and West. Smooth silhouettes were combined with oriental patterns, and jaw-dropping color combinations. The designer's unique balance of color, pattern, inspiration, shape, and structure is displayed throughout his coveted collections. Each season, he creates breathtaking clothes, which leave his audience sighing with anticipation for the day these gorgeous clothes hit the stores. On winning, Jonathan says, "I'm so happy about winning the fund. The last 12 months have been an exciting time for me and my team and I'm very proud of all their hard work." Congratulations!
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