Bojana Drača almost didn’t become a fashion designer, despite studying textile design she felt alienated by the fleeting nature of fashion, a sentiment exacerbated by the explosion of ‘fast fashion’.
In 2012, Julie Dupont got her first taste of embroidery during a textile design course and it was love at first sight. .
When I met Sarah I immediately thought of kintsukuroi, the Japanese art of repairing broken pottery with gold to create something that is more beautiful for having been broken in the first place.
On viewing Eve’s work I was most struck by the variety of her pieces that all make use of unexpected textures and often have a feel of the macabre about them
Jess creates stunning leather goods and footwear with a focus on the bespoke service.
Julie creates her own range of home-ware, using screen and digital printing to produce work that reflects the environment in which she grew up and continues to live.