Aiveen Daly is London’s leading specialist textile artist. A pioneer in the design sector, Aiveen founded her studio in 2006 and works with flawless precision and individual specialist techniques with a wide range of textiles – including silk, wool, and leather. Her soft, meditative style lends an almost ethereal quality to her work. Her delicate artworks are both beautifully intricate and highly tactile, featuring exquisite embroidery and beadwork, and sculptural leatherwork, all made in London.

Aiveen Daly has been recognised in the 2023 Walpole Power List as the ‘Top 50 most influential people in British luxury’ in the creatives category for her long-standing success and recent work at the Walpole House of Luxury for which she completed a range of textile artistry works and her own body of personal work, Coralation, launched this year.

Aiveen discovered her love for textiles as a teenager growing up in Cork, Ireland when she was given a sewing machine for her 14th birthday. Over the years Aiveen has lived all over the world including in St Petersburg and Sydney, gleaning inspiration from her travels. On moving to London, Aiveen embraced textiles at London College of Fashion and drawing and painting at Central St Martins.

From concept to completion, Aiveen works collaboratively with the world’s most distinguished designers and architects to create the custom statement artworks that clients covet. Her extensive expertise, coupled with the skill of her multi-disciplinary team enables her to work with designers to precisely choose the right aesthetic and techniques for each individual commission.

From London to Shanghai to New York, her works grace many of the world’s most prestigious residences and commercial properties (including the Corinthia London and The Langham Hong Kong) as well as on board superyachts and private jets.