I’m really pleased when Jigsaw contacted me to see whether I would be interested in exhibiting work in a curated space in their new Duke Street Emporium. I was really excited for 3 reasons. Firstly the brand has a history of being associated with art and artists. Secondly, for the first time all the brands – i.e Jigsaw womens, mens and Shop at Bluebird will be housed together and lastly – the location used to be a tailoring establishment decades ago. It’s indeed a very exciting project to be involved in. To read an interview and learn more – please visit here.
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- Praktikus MODENBLATT, Für Die Hausfrau - German (Post-War) Tailoring Magazine
- More works added to the 'Le Petit Echo de la Mode' series
- The Private View at the Modern Pantry
- Block Party - Private view pics
- Japanese Tailoring Book from the 1920s - Acquisition
- Art for the Saatchi Suite at Hyatt Regency London - The Churchill
- Klaus Nomi drawings in Coilhouse magazine