Meryll Rogge is one of the most exciting designers working in Belgium today, with her collections sold by Net-a-porter and featured on Vogue. Rogge shares her unique insights on the challenges and opportunities of the evolving Belgian fashion industry.

What’s new and what’s next in the Belgian fashion industry? 

After gaining design experience at Marc Jacobs and Dries Van Noten, Belgian designer Meryll Rogge struck out on her own with her eponymous womenswear label. 

In just two years, the brand has grown to be stocked by Net-A-Porter and SSENSE, was a semifinalist for the LVMH Prize 2022. 

From her training, design influences and relationship to Antwerp’s rich fashion history, to how her work represents a new wave of Antwerp designers, to the role of sustainability and gender and social media in fashion, Rogge shares her insights in the latest morning talk with journalist Lucy Hough. 

The talk will end promptly by 9am so you can make it to your morning meetings.

About Meryll Rogge:

Belgian fashion designer 

Meryll Rogge studied fashion at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts Antwerp. Before graduating in 2008, she began a seven-year stint at Marc Jacobs in New York. She later returned to Belgium to work alongside Dries Van Noten as Head of Womenswear. She launched her eponymous label in Paris for the Autumn/Winter 2020 season and was a semifinalist for the LVMH Prize 2022. 

About Lucy:

Journalist and Broadcaster

Lucy Hough is a London-born journalist and broadcaster who has been living in Brussels since 2020. Her reporting has been featured on international TV networks including the BBC, ITV, The Guardian, and PBS Newshour. She specialises in European politics, foreign policy and international affairs. 


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