Wallace#Sewell is a highly individual woven textile design studio, established by Harriet Wallace-Jones and Emma Sewell, after graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1990.
The studio's motivation is to design innovative woven fabrics exploiting industrial techniques, the collaboration thriving on a vibrant exchange of ideas from the dual perspectives of creating textiles for fashion and furnishings.
Work is distinguished by a positive and confident use of colour and an intelligent use of yarn properties and standard weave structures, producing exclusive fabrics of discerning appeal.
The studio works closely with Mitchell Interflex a mill in Lancashire, which weaves the larger pieces and batch production. The studio also works closely with a finishers in Huddersfield W.T. Johnson & Sons Who draw their water from their own borehole in pursuit of the softest and purest water, perfect for textile finishing.