Margot Bowman painted leather

Margot Bowman is another name to know when discussing artsy painted clothes. She studied Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins, graduating in 2011. Since then she has worked as an Illustrator and Art Director for Kiehl’s, Topshop, AnOther Magazine and many more. Margot is also the Creative Director of The Estethica Review, a bi-annul magazine focusing on sustainable fashion published in conjunction with the British Fashion Council. This has informed Margot’s fashion work and since 2011 she has been hand painting up-cycled, vintage pieces. This season’s capsule collection, Albion 2080 – Clothes for British Women of the Future, is an exploration of British national identity. Clothing for 2080, when the world is a very different place and society returns to a quasi-tribal existence, with limited material and resources. Design conscious pieces with an urban sensibility and youthful exuberance offer an alternative perspective on up-cycling and a new wave for the vintage clothing revolution with bold designs in red, white and blue in tribute to the shared heritage and cultural understanding of Britain as we move ever deeper into the new century. Characters evolve and develop as these new-age women express their individuality through marking their clothing and themselves – the collection presents a fresh vision and optimistic future for British fashion for a group, content and pleased with the new life they are creating for themselves. Via Not Just A Label.

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