Myrto Dramountani

Myrto Dramountani was born in Athens, Greece. She studied Architecture in the NTUA in Athens, holding a Master's degree in Architecture.

She was first introduced to fashion when she designed the Athens Municipality Pavilion for the 2nd Hellenic Fashion Week. Seduced by the strong relation that she found between fashion design and architecture, she decided to study fashion design at the prestigious Parsons The New School for Design in New York City.

Myrto Dramountani was accepted at Parsons with a full scholarship (Parsons Graduate Dean's Scholarship and Vardinogiannis foundation scholarship). Her final project at Parsons was selected by a jury comprised of industry professionals, for the Parsons 10th Annual AAS fashion studies line debut at Lord and Taylor in New York City.

After graduating from Parsons, Myrto Dramountani worked in New York City with leading fashion firms and designers such as Barami, Magaschoni Apparel Group and Victor De Souza. Her first capsule collection was sold at Imilla Road Pop up store, in Soho, Manhattan.

Today, she is based in London, working on her own collections.