With the holidays approaching it is once again sample sale season! Miista and 10 other brands are teaming up with Pop PR to have a blow-out Christmas Sample sale December 9th and 10th in London! Come see THE MIISTAS 12/9 from 12:00-8:00 and 12/10 from 10:00-6:00 at London's Suna House (Unit 8 65 Rivington Street London EC2A 3QQ) for the sample sale of the century! Discounts up to 60% and a look for every lady! Londoners, you won't want to miss this! Check out the positively bananas roster below. Award winners, couture classics, out of control RTW, over the top runway...it's almost too good. Jasper Garvida Discovered right out of school, Garvida focuses on bold and highly embellished designs. His graduate collection was bought out by Nicola Formichetti, then editor of Dazed and Confused Magazine. He founded his signature collection in 2008 after winning Project Catwalk and his statement pieces are a staple on the red carpet. [caption id="attachment_4330" align="aligncenter" width="800" caption="Jasper himself!"][/caption] Ashley Isham Isham is a designer of details. Known for his masterful draping and tailoring, he creates both ready-to-wear and couture pieces each season. Think high-voltage glam for the modern day woman. VaVaVOOM! [caption id="attachment_4333" align="aligncenter" width="1243" caption="Ashley Isham"][/caption] Belle Sauvage Belle Sauvage is designed for the amped out rockstar in all of us. The pieces are youthful and wild - steep angles, stop-them-in-their-tracks prints and bright colors for everyday wear. The collections do a little bit of everything from leggings and oversized tees to body-con dresses with mega shoulder pads. [caption id="attachment_4336" align="aligncenter" width="1600" caption="Chris Neuman, Creative Director of Belle Sauvage"][/caption] Joanne Hynes Not for the tame, Hynes incorporates craft techniques and crystals galore in her fashion and accessories line. Feature details, neon furs and eye catching metallics all contribute to her signature style. [caption id="attachment_4339" align="aligncenter" width="716" caption="Joanne Hynes, left, with one of her models"][/caption] Pam Hogg The perfect blend of punk music and high fashion, Hogg has been on the scene for over 30 years both as a musician and as a designer. Self-taught and irreverent, Hogg is famous for her outrageous designs. She stays out of the mainstream - refusing to ever "sell out" - and her clothing ranges from black tie to glam rock stage wear. [caption id="attachment_4345" align="aligncenter" width="1024" caption="Pam Hogg in fur"][/caption] Peter Lang Lang's jewelry collections are meticulously crafted with each and every piece cast, enameled and assembled by hand. The Australian designer frequently works with semi-precious stones and Swarovski crystals to create bold statement jewelry pieces. His collections never fail to bring the best of incredibly intricate rings, layered jewel bracelets and oversized necklaces. Stephanie Browne Browne's line of couture accessories brings a lovely wow-factor, from the simplest headband to over the top feathered hair pieces. Inspired greatly by 1920s showgirls, the Australian designer handcrafts each piece and uses only the finest of additions like Swarovski crystals, pearls, emu feathers and silk flowers. Perfect for the blushing bride. Spijkers en Spijkers Dutch designers Truus and Riet Spijkers cite Amelia Earheart as their biggest inspiration. Themes of independence and adventure run through the collections. Expect wide leg pants, horizontal stripes and lots of multi-use scarves - get ready for lift off! [caption id="attachment_4353" align="aligncenter" width="1024" caption="Truus & Riet Spijkers"][/caption] Sam Uhbi British jewelry designer Sam Uhbi was shortlisted for brand of the year in 2009 by the UK Jewellery Awards. She works with highly varied materials including bone, horn, shell, brass and glass beads. Her pieces are seen on catwalks around the world and she's not only a master of jewellery but also has taken to handbags. [caption id="attachment_4356" align="aligncenter" width="1024" caption="Designer Sam Uhbi"][/caption] And last but certainly not least...we'll be there too! MIISTA!