Claire Coles creates wallpapers with embroidered flowers on top. I like this because it has an old-fashioned feel with the colours and the petals are overlapped quite freely with the sewing not entirely neat and accurate.
It& exciting when you discover innovative fashion concepts which not only challenge the ethics of the industry but create visually pleasing aesthetics to boot. Junky Styling, Hackney Founded by designer duo Annika Sanders
Self taught designers Annika Sanders and Kerry Seager founded Junky Styling in 1997. All garments are made from the highest quality second hand clothing, which is deconstructed, re-cut and completely transformed. A focus and belief in individuality means that no two garments are ever exactly the same, a design concept which led Vogue to describe Junky as ‘high fashion street couture’.