I've proudly been featured in the Liberty Book for Autumn, discussing the inspiration for my work and how that feeds into my lifestyle, home and surroundings.
Purchase a copy here.
PERSONALISATION | LIBERTY
This weekend I had the pleasure of hosting my first in-store pop up event at Liberty London. I was offering 20% off my scarves and a free personalisation service on all products.
Thank you to everyone who came to support me - due to the success of the event, I will be returning just before Christmas.
The Snakes & Ladders Scarf has proudly been featured in the September issue of Vogue Arabia.
Styled by Marian Nachmia & Photographed by Stef Galea
LONDON FASHION WEEK | SS'22
Drawing inspiration from flora, fauna and traditional symbols, Emily Carter's work both locates and reimagines a specific time and place. Her hand-illustrated designs evoke a spirit of exuberance, creating pieces that are both enduring and immediate. This interplay of elements runs through her latest collection, which is inspired by her trips to the Amazon Rainforest and South America. From tropical wildlife and mountinous terrains, the SS'22 range is an ode to exploration.
COLLABORATION | RETROUVAI
I have recently collaborated with Retrouvai to produce a collection of fantasy themed illustrations to coincide with her stunning jewellery pieces. The illustrations were intended to tell a story of her design process and show the inspiration behind her collections, and has been my favourite private project to date.
See the full collection of works here.
Proud to accounce that my new collection of silk scarves is stocked with Liberty London, the home of quintessentially British brands and products and a lifelong inspiration for me as a textiles designer.
View the collection here.
We are continuously striving to improve our packaging and supply chain to make our business as sustainable as possible. We have now removed all recycled/foam inserts from our luxury boxes (as there is no real need for them), and have replaced our A3 and A4 fine art print packaging with fully recyclable tubes. We have also sourced biodegradable cellophane which we will use for our A5 fine art prints from now on. More about our sustainability values can be found in the About section.
COLLABORATION | RABOT BEAUTY
'We are delighted to welcome award-winning British designer Emily Carter to Team Rabot for our latest illustration commission, the hummingbird print. We love how Emily has captured the bird hovering to feed (something it can do up to 48 times a day) and can’t wait to start using the illustration on our products.'
Emily Carter is on the judging panel of Westfield London's sustainable design competition, alongside internationally recognised brands and institutions such as Love not Landfill and The Royal College of Art. Emily and the other 5 judges will choose 6 winners for the sustainable fashion competition, held in collaboration with Westfield London.
LONDON FASHION WEEK | AW'21
Drawing inspiration from flora, fauna and traditional symbols, Emily Carter's work both locates and reimagines a specific time and place. Her hand-illustrated designs evoke a spirit of exuberance, creating pieces that are both enduring and immediate. This interplay of elements runs through her latest collection, which is inspired by her trips to Bali, Indonesia. From Balinese temples and gods to tropical wildlife and terrains, the AW'21 range is an ode to exploration.
Interview with Burlington Magazine, discussing silk, craftsmanship and my hand-illustrated design process.
"The word 'craft' signifies value and represents the importance of skill, knowledge and ingenuity involved in a creative process"
"Each scarf and square tells its own unique story and begins as a detailed original drawing, where endless experiments in colour and composition lead to the finished product. With an emphasis on exquisite and timeless design, the products are intended to be treasured for a lifetime, and are made using the finest craftsmanship."
Interview with Tempus Magazine on the art and value of craftsmanship within luxury.
"Sustainability and original design are at the forefront of Carter's work, and the value of craft is integrated into every part of the production process."
BRITISH FASHION COUNCIL
Two Emily Carter scarves have proudly been featured in the October issue of British Vogue, where The Spectrum Scarf & The Geometric Scarf were worn for the editorial of '10 women who don't work in fashion, but delight in it'.
Sean Thomas - Dena Gia - Neil Moodie - Lotten Holmqvist
The Hummingbird Twilly Scarf has been featured in The Telegraph, Stella Magazine in Stella Loves.