Barbora Kubickova (Slovakia) – Barbora Kubickova launched her line of colorful designs in 2015 after graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts and Design in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Hala Kaiksow (Bahrain) – Before turning to fashion, Hala Kaiksow earned a Bachelor in Fine Arts from the School of Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University, focusing on metal and glass sculpture.
Han Kim (South Korea) – Han Kim was one of the most talked-about graduates Central Saint Martins' year-end show last June. Her bold designs blend classic embroideries an fantastical shapes.
Yulia Yefimtchuk (Ukraine) – Yulia Yefimtchuk takes inspiration from her country's history, particularly propaganda posters.
Masha Reva (Ukraine) – Masha Reva, who also has a degree from Central Saint Martins, had her MA graduate collection sponsored by Pepsi Co. She's since collaborated with Pepsi, Vogue Ukraine, Vogue Italia and Etsy.
Jef Montes (The Netherlands) – Jef Montes's silhouettes are often inspired by both architecture and naturally occurring shapes.
Ruchika Sachdeva (India) – Ruchika Sachdeva, who launched her line, Bodice, in 2012, landed on Forbes India's top 30 under 30 list last year.
Flora Miranda (Austria) – Before striking out on her own, Flora Miranda cut her teeth in the atelier of Dutch designer Iris van Herpen.
Dian Pelangi (Indonesia) – At 24, Dian Pelangi is perhaps the most influential Indonesian fashion designer working today. She currently has 3.9 million Instagram followers.
ASSEL (Kazakhstan) – Kazakhstan brand Assel is part of the International Fashion Showcase group show Next In Line, which looks at emerging designers from 11 countries.