Hannah Weiland

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Hannah Weiland
Hannah Weiland

(1990-03-05) 5 March 1990 (age 32)
London, United Kingdom
OccupationFashion Designer
Years active2012–present
Known for Shrimps Fashion Brand

Hannah Weiland (born 5 March 1990) is an English fashion designer. [1] Weiland's brand, Shrimps was a finalist for the BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund 2017. [2] She started Shrimps in 2013 [3] after attending The London College of Fashion. [4] [5]

Shrimps became famous for its signature faux fur coats, [6] garnering support from animal rights activists such as PETA. [7] [8] The brand had regular presentations at London Fashion Week from their first season and beyond. [9] [1] Hannah is the daughter of film director, Paul Weiland.

She is married to Arthur Guinness. [10]

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