Emma Harriet – The Scarves

The Emma Harriet label was founded whilst drinking a cup of tea one sunny afternoon last summer. At the time Emma was assisting on print designs with various fashion houses, feeling that she couldn’t expres her artistic potential through their brand, she decided to get the guts together and form her own. As they say the rest is history ……

Her current collection is an elaborate congregation of four collections spanning a diverse range of exoctic colours and beauty. Each collection has been created through detailed artwork of drawings, paintings and 3D creations before being printed and hand finished, all within the borders of England.

The key sources of inspiration come from an assorted mix of visual references, life experiences and Emmas pure imagination. Her artworks begin their life as drawings on paper before being given life into stylised print on fabric ready to be crafted into a scarf.

Emma Harriet – Scarves

Emma Harriet – On shoot

All manufacturing aspects of the company are produced in Britain. From the printing of the silk to the gold foil pressing of the swing tickets. Promoting British manufacturing is a key part to the brands core, and will carry on being so for future collections.

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About Emma Wright

I am studying Fashion and Textile design at Ravensbourne, cultivating my desire for drawing, painting and designing. My work is inspired by my imagination as well as by reality, responding to my emotions through visual recordings. These hand drawn illustrations are then warped to compose a more contemporary feel. To date I have worked with a variety of companies from Hussein Chalayan, Ted Baker, Matthew Williamson and Sass and Bide in Australia. Last summer I decided to create my own label where I crafted my textile designs into scarves, printing and manufacturing them in England.

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