Scotland-born and bred Louise Gray has been designing hand-embroidered knitwear since her early days at the Glasgow School of Art, where she studied textile design. Following graduation, Gray went on to do an MA at the renowned Central Saint Martins and from there was selected by the talent incubator Fashion East to showcase her collections. She won NEWGEN sponsorship for London Fashion Week after three seasons. Gray specializes in brightly coloured garments adorned with embellishment created with simple shapes. Gray’s modern folk detail and playful trompe l’eoile effects have earned the young designer a loyal following.
Scottish-born Emma Greenhill graduated from Brighton University with a degree in Textile Design. She has subsequently enjoyed a successful career in the fashion industry lasting over two decades. She has worked as a Creative Director and in PR and Marketing. She worked with fashion houses and brands such as Hockley, Gibo, Chalayan, Julien MacDonald and Luella.