Phoebe Land

This collection focus’ on translating the designer’s drawing through to knitwear. The designer is inspired by people, using continuous line drawing directly onto the chunky fibre. These walking pieces of art give street style a fresh interpretation of what fashion could be.

Instagram @landoftheknit

Natalie Abbott

Inspired by searching the cosmos in order to understand one’s self. From emotional intelligence to discipline and transformation, astrology creates an understanding of one’s character and life path. Cosmic Relations blends digital print with astrological context to create a collection that allows the viewer to explore themselves deeper.

Mollie Prentice

This Collection takes initial inspiration from wildflowers and has developed into a series of prints which celebrates a subtle array of colours based on pink /orange hues. Delicately painted flowers adorn stationary and bring a sense of freshness to this S/S 20/21 collection.

Megan Elphick

Using distortion and pattern as a starting point and utilizing the same colour palette as the renowned weaver Anni Albers, Elphick has created stair runners for the modern consumer market.

Elphick works with illusion, making the viewing experience different depending on which angle the stair runners are viewed from.

Instagram @meganrebeccadesigns

Lydia Hurley

Hurley’s woven collection was inspired by the concept of automatism, combining this surrealist approach to drawing with memorable music from her childhood. Influenced by the idea of memories and the power these can have on an individual, the vibrant and playful colour scheme encourages individuality whilst focusing on craftsmanship and sustainability by using 100% lambswool.