In September 2015, fashion blogger Tudor Davies featured Liz and her work on his blog Terry's Fabrics.

Liz was pleased to be featured in Craft & Design.

Change in the air…

Saturday 3rd October 2015 11am until 6pm

Shorter days and cooler nights signal a change of season and our clothing must alter accordingly. Livingstone Studio Gallery now has a full complement of stunning autumnal collections from Daniela Gregis, Raag, Aenne Cordsen and Ian Batten. Also introducing a few special garments from Japanese designer, Kenichi Kogasaka who recently launched his label k a v a l.

Colours are subtle shades of warm greys and midnight blues, with the occasional flash of crimson or saffron to add emphasis; fabrics are sensual cashmeres, slubby silks, fine textured wools and worsteds and the styles are relaxed, combining an easy elegance with cocooning comfort. Every garment by each maker is carefully crafted with close attention to detail and finished to painstaking perfection.

A selection of soft shawls and wraps from various sources, including the supremely talented designer felt-maker Liz Clay, add warmth, character and a touch of drama.

In addition, Judith Found, esteemed academic, print designer and a close friend, is invited to show how creative embroidery and darning can resurrect worn and well-loved garments.

Jurgen Lehl’s exquisite white hand-thrown pottery from Japan is perennial.

Livingstone Studio

36 New End Square

London

NW3 1LS

020 7431 6311

livingstonestudio.co.uk

        

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