THREE Welsh designers were delighted with the positive feedback after their fashionwear was showcased with the best in the country at a major event in London last week.
And they can take inspiration from a young Wrexham designer who is starting to make waves in the fashion world.
Tracey Valliere-Evans, based at Four Mile Bridge, Anglesey, Sophia Ingham, from Tregarth, Bangor, and Jane Lauritzen of Rhyl, were selected to take part in Select Profile5 at Vinopolis on London's South Bank.
The event helps raise the profile for emerging fashion designers and provides an important link between Graduate Fashion Week and London Fashion Week.
All three women are being supported by the Welsh Development Agency's Graduating to Enterprise (G2E) programme, which helps aspiring entrepreneurs set up in business on leaving college or university.
G2E business mentor Pam Neal is also mentoring Sami Blackford, 21, of Felicity Pink, Coedpoeth.
Sami, a former BTEC fashion and clothing student at Yale College is delighted with the way her business is developing. Her Felicity Pink branded women's fashionwear is now selling in a Surrey boutique and she is also featured on the London-based Fashion Capital website for new designers.