Hailing from London, of Zimbabwean descent, Brenda Beverley is the founder and creative director of her namesake label. Each Brenda Beverley collection encapsulates the powerful, feminine and tenacious spirit of its young female founder who was appointed as a Prince’s Trust Young Ambassador in 2019 - a charity in the United Kingdom founded in 1976 by His Royal Highness Charles, Prince of Wales, to help vulnerable young people and 11-30 year olds who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk of exclusion.
Brenda Beverley’s journey with The Prince’s Trust began in 2015 and she credits their support and encouragement over the years in helping her to achieve her dreams. With an unsurmountable entrepreneurial spirit, Brenda has pursued her entrepreneurial journey in the creation of her label which now caters to an array of private clients. Inspired to ensure that this ethos of circularity is distilled throughout the Brenda Beverley brand she continues to be a prominent member of The Prince’s Trust Community, volunteering her time and voice to generate awareness and support, so that The Trust may be able to provide this invaluable help for more young people.
Brenda’s empowering and unshakeable spirit has connected her with influential women who she now calls on for mentorship and support including: Chrissie Rucker - MBE founder of the white company, Ruth Chapman - OBE founder and former Co Ceo of matches fashion, Hanneli Rupert founder of Merchants on Long, Alison Cooper founder of Alicia J Diamonds and Pam Wright founder of Hudson Wright Easton.