melissa dewar

is an architectural designer based between London and Bath. Currently she is in her final year at the University of Bath studying a Bachelors in Architecture (graduating in July 2018). During this time she worked for Wilkinson Eyre London on international projects and competitions such as Battersea Power Station, CIBC Square in Toronto, Crossrail and HS2 Old Oak. Furthermore, her visuals have also been featured in the Architects Journal for a number of competition work. 

Melissa is particularly interested in fashion retail, interiors and urbanism. Her final thesis project at the University of Bath interprets an architecture for fashion. 

Melissa’s unique style has captured the attention of many brands whom she has worked with throughout the years for her personal blog and online magazine. She has been able to attend London Fashion Week and has been featured in magazines such as: Elle, Hello and Vogue. She also runs a Podcast called Mornings with Melissa aimed at empowering young women.

Brands Melissa has worked with:

Grown Alchemist 


Karina Banks 

Cate and Nelson 

The Frankie Shop 

C/MEO Collective (Australian Fashion Labels)

and many more…