Cristina Sabaiduc scarves question the idea of beauty through distinctive print concepts. Cristina works with anything from artefacts, natural found objects, or bizarre experiments in macro compositions to create the prints. The silk scarves are printed in the UK and feature embedded magnets for styling versatility. Cristina will be shwoing and selling her work during… Read more »
Joining us at Canary Wharf is Karen Henriksen, the designer who creates beautifully detailed hats in her London studio using high quality fabrics. Karen’s signature approach is to revisit classic styles for both men and women using innovative pattern-cutting. Her work includes trilby hats, rain hats, flat caps, berets and cloche hats. Karen will present her Windswept… Read more »
Jo Davies will be exhibiting her wonderful ceramics during week 2 (22 – 25 March) with a new collection alongside many of her classic range. Jo will be be presenting the new Twist Vases, as well as her lighting and functional ware.
Furniture maker, Edward Johnson, will be exhibiting two new pieces from his latest Murano collection at MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf during week 2 – from 22 – 25 March. This is the first time that this new range has been exhibited, with the pieces currently in production in the workshop. The collection was initially inspired… Read more »
We are thrilled to be welcoming jewellery artist Joanne Haywood to MADE LONDON – Canary Wharf in week 2 (22 – 25 March). Joanne has been working on a special project for a few years, entitled “A Woman’s Work is Never Done”. Joanne has made 21 pieces of jewellery for four trailblazing women from science, literature,… Read more »
Jeweller Gaby Casemore had so many lovely conversations at MADE BRIGHTON with people about their family lockets and what they mean to them – she even had two women almost in tears – that she really realised how precious they are for families and their history. Gaby started thinking about a locket for her daughter,… Read more »
Ulli Kaiser has made this beautiful new brooch out of an old Victorian pin cushion based on the children’s song “Soldier, Soldier, Won’t you Marry me”. The brooch is made from a Victorian pin cushion (including pins), antique metal beads, 18t gold and sterling silver and will be coming to MADE LONDON.