Christopher Raeburn

A 2006 graduate from the London’s prestigious Royal College of Art, Christopher Raeburn freelanced as a pattern cutter at several London fashion houses before launching his namesake fashion label in 2008. 

Christopher Ræburn has established his eponymous brand with sustainable and...Read more

Lora Avedian

Lora Avedian is a multidisciplinary artist, who graduated with a Masters in Mixed Media Textiles from the Royal College of Art in 2017. She depicts elements of narrative through textile and craft processes. Lora uses traditional embroidery and embellishment techniques to make modern artefacts,...Read more

Lizzie Deshayes and Tim Butcher

Founding partners Lizzie Deshayes and Tim Butcher created Fromental with a mission to make the world’s most beautiful wallcoverings and fabrics. Each wallcovering from Fromental incorporates a handmade element. The Kareha Lumiere is hand-painted and exquisitely hand-embroidered design featuring...Read more

Claire Felicity Miller

Based in London, Claire works as an independent textile designer and researcher. Claire is currently working on her PhD at the Royal College of Art as a Stravros Niarchos Foundation funded scholar, at the convergence of Textile Design and Material Science. Claire is interested in the intrinsic...Read more

Ola Olayinka

After studying Textile Design BA (Hons) at Central Saint Martins, Ola was able to move to Paris and work at a textile design studio and archive providing patterns and inspirations to various design houses. Since moving back to London, she has worked in production and e-commerce for independent...Read more

Parijat Upadhyaya

Parijat Upadhyaya (PJ) is an independent patina artist, specialising in bespoke finishes for luxury and exotic leathers. The art of patina is primarily an aesthetic recreation of the natural ageing process, applied to any natural material that ages beautifully. Taking cues from abstract...Read more

Abdul Gafur Khatri

Abdul Gafur Khatri’s family in Nirona have been upholders of the fine ancient Persian art of Rogan painting which is often mistaken for printing. Seven generations of the Khatri family have been practising the art of Rogan painting, an ancient skill with Persian origins.

His family stands...Read more

Errol Nelson Pires

Errol Nelson Pires’ interest in textile art started when he joined the National Institute of Design (NID) as a student in 1970. The resource centre provided him with his first introduction to the work of fibre artists from other countries. He was educated as a designer for industry and following...Read more

Helen Yardley

Designer Helen Yardley studied textiles at the Royal College of Art, establishing her London studio in 1983. Her signature bold, painterly style includes dramatic use of colour. Innovative abstract rugs and wall hangings for a wide range of interiors as visualised as drawings for floors. These...Read more

Sarah Desmarais

Sarah Desmarais is a textile designer maker and crafts researcher. She produces hand-printed textiles with the traditional materials of Japanese katazome or stencil dyeing - paper stencils and a rice paste resist that is washed out after dyeing to leave a white pattern on a coloured ground....Read more

Majeda Clarke

Majeda Clarke is an award-winning textile designer specialising in weave.

Inspired by her own cultural background, Majeda’s designs celebrate regional weave techniques and the identity of the maker. Whether in small batch production or entirely handmade she seeks sustainable, local...Read more

Zhang Ping

Zhang Ping is an artist living and working in Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, the birthplace of Chinese national cultural heritage Suzhou Embroidery. She has been working in this discipline for 20 years with extensive experience. She is now Director of Gu Wenxia Master’s Suzhou Embroidery Studio....Read more

Remy Dubibe

A fine artist working with the medium of porcelain and textiles, Remy's installations and artworks focus on memories, fragility and deterioration. Remy's installations have caught the attention of multiple European art awards, having been shortlisted and showcased in Latvia and The Netherlands...Read more

Maria Sigma

Maria Sigma | Woven Textiles is an award-winning textile London based brand specialising in zero waste ethical hand-woven textiles.

Her approach to design is based on the idea of creating aesthetically engaging and functional textiles and objects via Zero Waste design and craftsmanship....Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> Robert Kime Tassel-Making Workshop
1 Oct

Robert Kime will be hosting a tassel making workshop in their London showroom. Join the workshop to learn the craft from their expert tassel maker and create your own tassel to take home. 

There will be limited spaces available, please call the Robert Kime showroom at 020 7831 6066 to...

Booking: Necessary

<em>Edit Event</em> Communal Weaving with TOAST
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Join fashion and lifestyle brand TOAST and Freeweaver Saori Studio to learn the basics of handweaving and contribute to a communal handwoven installation.

TOAST aspires to a slower and more thoughtful way of life and believes in the importance of supporting and sustaining traditional...

Booking: Not necessary

Maria Hatling

Maria Hatling is an artist known for her mixed media paintings on canvas and paper. Her work is concerned with how we as human beings interact with each other. Mixing gestural abstraction with hard edge graphic elements and super-sized stitching, she has created a highly personal visual language...Read more

Kate Hollowood

Kate Hollowood is a designer, maker, tinkerer and thinker, creating bespoke handmade materials and lighting in her studio in Leamington Spa. Kate creates a spectrum of lighting solutions, blending colour and texture, bending shape and form. She says, “How we perceive light and colour depends on...Read more

Rachel Fitzpatrick

Rachel Fitzpatrick works at the interface between art and design. She uses a variety of tactile materials to create wonderfully playful one-off installations and limited edition pieces, for corporate and private interiors and special events. 

From her County Down base in Northern Ireland...Read more

Arra Textiles

Arra Textiles was launched in 2016 by Lucy MacDonald who studied Design for Textiles at Heriot Watt University in her native Scotland and Turku University of Applied Sciences in Finland. With inspiration drawn from rugged seascapes and landscapes, each bespoke piece Lucy produces has been...Read more