Top International Fashion Designer Eric Way has dressed some of the world’s most famous, desirable and glamorous women and was rated as one of London’s hottest celebrity designers.
The 42 year old South African born, London- based couturier gained huge respect from the British Fashion Industry since relocating to London in 1997. Daily Telegraph Fashion Editor Hilary Alexander enthusiastically endorsed his restyling of Cherie Blair from a somewhat ‘frumpy’ dresser into an elegant, fashion-conscious woman.
Eric Way’s clients include, Grace Adams-Short, Danielle Lloyd, Catalina Guirado, American actress Kristin Davis, Liz Brewer, singer Shirley Bassey, fashion icon Ivana Trump and Nabila Khashoggi, to name a few.
He is renowned for designing for many glamorous reality television shows such as ‘Ladette to Lady‘, ‘Britain’s Next Top Model‘ and many more.
Eric Way designed a collection of beautiful dresses that did not escape the eagle eye of fashion stylist Patricia Field of the Sex in the City series, and he was commissioned to design several dresses for Kristin Davis’ character, Charlotte. His sweet pink, ‘fabulous 50s’ inspired wasp-waisted dress became a trendsetter that earned the approval of both fashion gurus and fans worldwide.
He also played a major role in designing gowns for the Miss World pageant, and was invited by Julia Morley, Chairperson of the Miss World Organisation, to join the esteemed panel of judges.
In addition to Eric Way’s long line of successes, he has managed to lose a whopping 75kg in 7 months – half of his body weight -and has maintained his new, sleek look for nearly 4 years!
Using his new Wayslim range and supported by the Skinwell group, he enthusiastically shares his discipline and weight loss success with people with an equal desire to lose weight with regular appearances around the world giving motivational talks.
In South Africa Eric Way presented his own Wayslim healthy living and eating weekly segment on ‘Expresso’ the SABC 3 Breakfast Show every Friday which started on 8 October 2010 for a period of seven months.
Wayslim, available in South Africa, launched in September 2010, is endorsed by Eric Way and is available at Placécol, Dream Nails & Body, World of Beauty stores (Placécol’s new flagship outlets that encompass the Placécol and Dream Nails Services, and selected pharmacies).
He was also the Fashion Editor for the TCB Publishing Group (Premier, Blue Train and 1Time in-flight magazines). Also Fashion & Beauty Editor for the Media24 Group for Center’d, Due East magazines and Playboy South Africa.
On 28th May 2012, he was appointed worldwide as the male face Ambassador for Richibrown’s Natox cream.