Spring Summer 18

The spring summer 2018 “Whyte Mode” focuses on practical and functional design inspiration that crosses over from the spring transitional drop, mid-spring festival summer drop to summer/high summer which targets both casual and resort wear.

“Whyte Mode” is about remembering the past in order to imagine the future. Whyte Studio will look back into archives of designer, Bianca Whyte’s early career and bring forgotten concepts forward, such as motocross inspired designs. Using memory as a springboard for creativity, the collection has mixed luxury and sports to create designs that will be increasingly built to last.

Hardware-buckle strapped outerwear meets panelled motocross pants and skirts, while adding a soft luxe utility element into curated pieces such as a zip front jacket with coordinating trousers. Designer Bianca Whyte ramped up her colour game, pairing utility green with fluro limegreen internal detailing for the spring collection, cosmic sky blue and chalky pink tones for summer/festival season and electric azure blue highlights matched with off white for a sporty high summer update.

Spring summer 2018, is all about the attention to detail, corset-style bodices and form fitting midiskirts while adding utility oversized pockets with branded sports trimming. Outerwear pieces have a strong sense of power with structured shoulders and form fitted waistlines to accentuate the womanly figure.

Autumn Winter 2018

Autumn Winter 18

Following through with motosport inspiration AW18 encompasses all the best of the designer Bianca’s first passion motocross.
Freestyle expresses the carefree attitude of the extreme sport culture, urban aesthetics and music.
The collection is injected with 90s confidence, tailored design lines and pumped up silhouettes.
Made from technical fabrics, virgin wool, waterproof vinyl, reflective materials, velvet, faux fur and leather.
Whyte Studio continues to push the boundaries in womenswear design with a hybrid of luxury yet approachable fashion,
created to empower women in whatever they do on their creative life journey.




Season III brings together a synergy between a sophisticated and fluid range of easy to mix separates and statement pieces that can easily be worn from day to night and anywhere in-between.

Design lines are tailored, softly structured, asymmetrical and deconstructed. Classic femininity is explored with flattering drapes, flowy fabrics and thigh slits. Variations of deep v cuts and more modest styles are easily achieved through layering.
Neutral colour palettes are styled both in tonal and colour block versions of azure blue and racing red for more memorable looks. Added trends include check, motorsport, athleisure, future, suiting, festival, utilitarian and glamour.

Fabric range includes; denim, knit, viscose, leather, luxury faux fur, velvet, motion sequence, linen and cotton. Whyte Studio delivers an aspiration view to women’s capsule wardrobe that is injected with head turning accent pieces which are both classic and on trend.



Spring Summer 19



Spring Summer  2020

WHYTE STUDIO by Bianca Whyte returns for another season with strong and tailored collection along with signature motor sport details.

Season 5 takes a journey from the locker room to the track and explores the complex motivation, confidence and drive behind sportswomen across all fields.

Bianca explores her own history as an ex moto cross rider and reflects on the sportswomen and men that she rode with and competed with that have sustained a spinal cord injury. She is inspired by their continued spirit and love for the challenge.

To honour these individuals she has teamed up with spinal cord injury charity Back Up and has designed a limited edition range of two Back Up pieces, a jacket and blazer dress with spinal detailing on the back which will be revealed during the LFW preview on the 17th of September. WHYTE STUDIO are committed to 10% of each online sale of these unique styles to support Back Up.

Back Up is a UK charity that inspires people affected by spinal cord injury to get the most out of life. For many people, Back Up offer the first chance to resume an active, fulfilled life after spinal cord injury.

‘‘We’re thrilled to have the support of Whyte Studio and designer Bianca Whyte. The donations from the sales of Bianca’s fantastic limited edition jacket and blazer dress collection will make a huge difference to the lives of people affected by spinal cord injury,’’ says Emma Sargent, Back Up’s Events and Challenge Manager. 

Fall 2019

Fall 2019