Hosiery designer Bianca Miller-Cole is counted among the most promising young innovators in Europe, according to Forbes.
The 29-year-old entrepreneur, who launched nude hosiery brand, Bianca Miller London, with eight shades to fit a diverse range of skin tones, is featured in the Retail & Ecommerce category in this year’s Forbes 30 Under 30 Europe list.
She is one of 34 young professionals to be honoured in this category for combining technology, creativity and a passion to change the way Europe shops, online and off.
Candidates for the third annual Retail and Ecommerce list were evaluated by a panel of judges: Ajay Anand, founder of Rare Carat, Tamara Mellon, OBE, Chief Creative Officer of Tamara Mellon and cofounder of Jimmy Choo, and Alessandra Rossi, president – Off Season at YOOX Net-A-Porter Group.
UK entrepreneurs dominated the list with eight members, followed by five in France and four in Germany. The rest of the class hails from Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Italy, Macedonia, the Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and Spain.
The Retail & Ecommerce class is nearly balanced with 16 women and 18 men.
Commenting on making this year’s list, Miller-Cole said: “I am honored to be featured on the 30 under 30 Forbes list for my contribution to retail and ecommerce, Bianca Miller London has worked to change the nude landscape for the fashion industry. I am proud for our achievements as a brand to be celebrated by such an amazing publication. To be frank, being on the Forbes list is the stuff of dreams.”