The UK is recognised as one of the most influential players in fashion designing, manufacturing and retailing. From entrepreneurial start-ups to high end corporate fashion brands, we act as their financial lynchpin in a competitive global marketplace.


We support a diverse and highly influential portfolio of fashion clients including global high end fashion brands, models, prominent photographers, and well-known designers.

Our work might involve setting up and running an entire back office function for the UK operation of a foreign fashion house, including bookkeeping, accounting, ecommerce support, VAT compliance, tax planning and HR advice. Alternatively, a model, photographer or social media influencer may need guidance with managing cash flow, forecasting income, or tax advice around wealth planning, investments and acquisitions.

Whatever the structure, we work as part of our clients’ trusted management team, integral to their day-to-day finances and decision-making. We also have particular expertise in advising UK clients expanding overseas, and foreign businesses relocating to the UK.

  • $1.7tn

    Forecast revenue for the global fashion industry in 2023

    Statista, 2023
  • 13.7%

    Forecast year-on-year growth for the global fashion industry in 2023

    Statista, 2023
  • +$2tn

    Forecast revenue for the global fashion industry by 2028

    Statista, 2023


We shape a highly personalised service around each client, which puts their needs at the very centre; from all-round business management support with bookkeeping and bill payments, FEU, withholding taxes and VAT, to highly technical advice, royalties and strategic financial planning.

Our fashion clients are highly creative and entrepreneurial. Many earn their incomes across the entertainment industry, including film, television, music, luxury retail and digital. We can support them across this whole spectrum.

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