Designer Andrew Holden wears many caps, fashionably speaking. Holden majored in Costume and Scenic Design at London University's art school, Goldsmiths College, and then went on to receive his Masters in Visual Arts from the Wimbledon School of Art. After graduation, he worked as an independent stylist for magazines, advertising campaigns and projects for high-profile brands. In addition to styling magazine cover shoots and articles, Holden is currently the U.S.-based Contributing Fashion Editor for Grazia magazine. During the 2008 ENK International Men's Runway Shows, Holden debuted Conference of Birds. Named after a 12th century Persian poem, the menswear collection combines traditional English tailoring with American work wear, a look Holden describes as nostalgically modern.