Join us for the Danish Design Festival 2018 when designers, craftsmen, thinkers, businesses and citizens meet to share their knowledge and passion for a sustainable future. Bring friends and family. There will be lots of creative workshops, talks, and activities for everyone. And of course I'll be there with my leaves and dye pot.
Come say 'Hej' if you're in the area :-)
I'm blown away (in more than a leafy Autumnal sense) to be stocking my botanically dyed scarves and one-off tops in the Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art in Kew Gardens. What better place for my leafy designs to be hanging out?!
HOT TIP! Don't miss the current exhibition. Rebecca Louise Law’s most intricate large-scale artwork of foraged flora is truly inspiring and on until 11 March 2018
The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art is next to Kew Explorer Stop 2, near the Temperate House and Pavilion Restaurant.
Daily from 10am.
Until 1 January 2018 gallery closes at 3pm (last admission 2.45pm).
This has been keeping me a very busy Bee.... concepting, designing, sampling and shooting. It's been so much fun. And each piece is unique (as always).
All captured on a blustery day in June by the fabulous photographer/videographer Moana Barrosa, make-up artist @angiey_artstyle and beautiful models @monique_k, Angie Stasos and @iamborntobewild. Thanks ladies xxx
So stoked to have been chosen to exhibit 'Handmade' at Kew Royal Botanical Gardens, 12-15 October. My leaves will fit right in!
A buffet of colours is extracted from ingredients such as red cabbage, avocado, brown onions, Spanish onions and turmeric. The juices are then infused in the fabric using ancient Shibori methods to create designs that look good enough to eat.
If you wish to turn your garden, favourite spot or wedding bouquet into a piece of wearable memorabilia, I'd love to hear from you.