Hannah Chester

Hannah Chester is a Textile Designer based in London.

Having recently graduated from Chelsea College of Art, Hannah now creates fashion garments, which she creates from the design to the finished garment. This includes making the fabric.

Hannah refers to symmetry, repeat pattern and illusion when creating her beautiful fashion pieces. She also carefully considers colour.

Hannah often works with the concept of mirror imagery in her design, which enables her to create new and interesting shapes and patterns. These designs form the remarkable foundations of her garments.

To date, Hannah has worked on several high profile projects and collaborations, including showing her work at Shoreditch Town Hall, as a part of ‘London Graduate Art Festival’, March 2013, featuring promising artists from across London.

She has also been in this years January TFRC publication, which highlights the most promising students to graduate from University of the Arts in 2012.

Currently, Hannah is working with customising fashion pieces, as she gains inspiration for a more ‘wearable and everyday collection’, without losing her signature geometric style. One part of this project, includes working on a Tom Ford sample piece, using heavy machine stitching and lots of hand dyed threads.

To see more of Hannah’s amazing work , you can look at her blog (where you can also contact her);


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About Sophie Biddulph

Hello, I'm Sophie and I am currently studying for a BA in Illustration at the University of Worcester, having previously studied Textile Design at Chelsea. I enjoy many forms of art and I often use my surroundings and British heritage to inspire new work, and ways in which I work. 'Born in Britain' is a project for young, undiscovered people, who have developed a talent (a bit like some of us).

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