CLOTHING & TEXTILES
Anna Hepburn makes fabric pieces that last. Anna puts style and texture at the centre of her work and strives to use recycled, uk made or ethically sourced materials in all the products she produces. She loves indulging touch within her contemporary textiles and upholstery.
DAISY & BEE
Daisy and Bee is run by Laura Newlands, a work at home mum who is passionate about reducing single use and micro plastics in her own life and wants to inspire others too.
With her range of beeswax wraps in beautiful fabrics that not only keep your food fresher for longer they also brighten up your kitchen. Who says being green has to be dull.
Charlene Dominick Textiles is a Glasgow based studio specialising in print and surface pattern. Her work is produced in mediums of acrylic paint, water colour and fine liner pen using illustrative practices by hand. Inspired by traditional botanical art, Charlene Dominick creates highly detailed patterns which capture the intricate beauty of seasonal flowers in contemporary colour palettes.
These wearable works of art are created with delicate pen and brushwork to make the highest quality prints and scarves. The result is fresh and fashionable products which are printed on to luxury fabrics.
Etchrail Apparel is a brand on a mission to create quality hand crafted street wear which embodies their ethos - to Escape the Ordinary. Since 2017, they have combined their passion for adventure with creating original small batch clothing.
Their designs are inspired by travel, the great oudoors and following your own path. Escape the Ordinary and take them along for the journey.
Pronounced Hawk-on, bespoke streetwear hand printed in Glasgow, Scotland.
In September 2017 the first batch of Hakon T-shirts were released. Since then their range has been getting larger and so too has their ever increasing fan base.
Hakon Clothing donate a percentage of their profits on certain items to the Beatson Cancer Charity.
Haver, to the uninitiated, is a lovely Scottish word meaning to talk nonsense or babble on. The meaning is apt to how Haver came to be, founded by Andy & Dean.
They use local suppliers where possible to emphasise their pride in where they are from and support their fellow SME colleagues. Haver are on a mission to be a zero carbon company.
They are delighted you can join them on their journey to bring you Good Stuff .
Nephtali Couture is an African print clothing line, founded by Belocine Musolo, a French and Congolese designer.
Prince's Trust award winner of "The Most Promising Newcomer", Nephtali Couture is a fun, bold and elegant line, aiming to inspire Scottish, British and everyone to feel happy, confident and unique by bringing more colour to your world. Each one of their products are handmade in Scotland, with traditional fabric ethically sourced from East Africa.
Robin Macdonald is a trainee furniture restorer and maker. Working from her South Block studio in Glasgow’s merchant city, Robin puts repurposing at the heart of her creations.
At Hatch, Robin will be showcasing a selection of buttons, badges, and earrings.
Created by South African born Emerentia Goodlad, Edinburgh based Rissie are continuously inspired by the dynamic blend of traditional and contemporary textures.
Rissie means pepper or chili in
Afrikaans, synonymous with colour, flavour, and that unique quality of zing that represents the vibrancy of swheshwe.
THE COLOURFUL EDIT
'Editing life with a splash of Colour' is the company mantra behind The Colourful Edit, founded in 2015, by Stylist, Lauren Kate Jamieson.
The Colourful Edit Accessories add a pop of colour and a splash of style to your outfit to make it your own. Lauren’s original creations have been designed out of a passion for colour and looking stylish.