Shanice Palmer is a humanwear designer and multidisciplinary artist from south London.
Graduating from London College of Fashion in 2017 with a degree in Fashion Design Menswear, she has since gone on to have a successful career as a product development specialist for a variety of brands within the creative arts.
Shanice has used her time on the MA fashion programme at the Royal College of Art to expand her design expression beyond products for the traditional body and welcome an expansion of the body beyond the individual. Her work is inspired by community contribution, exploring notions of identity and value as a collective. Her current body of work stands as a testament to the transformative power of storytelling, offering glimpses into a future where the black experience is reimagined as a collective using curated workshops as a catalyst to unveil honest narratives.
Her work has been featured in various exhibits and publications including London Design Biennale, Dezeen, the Evening Standard and Dazed Digital. Shanice is also the recipient of The Sir Frank Bowling Scholarship, which ensures that students from ethnic minorities and marginalised communities have equal access to Art and Design education.