Harriet Wallace-Jones

Fashion & Textiles

Harriet Wallace-Jones trained at Central St Martin’s, going on to take a MA in Weaving at the Royal College of Art. It was during her university years she met her business partner Emma Sewell. Wallace Sewell create innovative woven fabrics using vibrant stripes and abstract designs in a variety of materials, from silk to chenille, to lamb’s wool. The pair is continually challenging themselves to create contemporary designs. Commissions range from bespoke scarves for the Tate gallery, Anthropologie, silk wall hangings, to a series of iconic public commissions for ‘moquette’ designs for Transport for London seating. Harriet has also been awarded a Silver Medal of Achievement by The Worshipful Company of Weavers. The medal is awarded for outstanding talent and ability within the UK textile industry. She is now a liveryman within the organisation.  She lives near Beaminster, Dorset.

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