Fiongal Greenlaw is a menswear designer whose work explores the relationship between the decorative and the aesthetic in men's clothing. His training as a cutter at a tailors shows through his masterly execution of cut and construction, whilst his darkly romantic artistic tastes gives a unique outlook when paired with his interest in historical dress and details:

2005 - 2008: He attends the prestigious Fashion BA course at Middlesex University, where he receives tutorage from likes of Marios Schwab and Benjamin Kirchhoff.

2010 - 2011: Trains as a cutter at the men's tailors David Saxby, London.

2011 - 2013: Attends the world renowned Fashion Menswear Master's course at the Royal College of Art (RCA) under the guidance of Ike Rust. During his time at the RCA he receives sponsorship from Fox Brothers & Co., Taroni SpA, RiRi Zips and Swarovski Elements. He receives a cash prize from IFF! (International Flower and Fragrances) for Design Concept Consistency for his industry work of Joop! Fragrances. He is the only menswear student shortlisted as recipient for the prestigious Burberry Scholarship award.

2013: His illustration work is published in Richard Kilroy's Menswear Illustration book (published by Thames & Hudson), alongside the likes of Richard Haines, Tara Dougans and Richard Gray

2014: He was appointed as the Head of Menswear for London based brand, House of Holland