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Interviews: London Craft Week 2015 - Little Observationist
We have London Fashion Week and London Design Week, so it’s about time we welcome the debut of London Craft Week this year, from May 6-10. It’s fantastic to see the growing support and recognition for makers and an appreciation of hand-crafted goods. Intrigued and excited by this idea, I sought out the opportunity to find out a bit more from a few of the featured makers and partners themselves. Below, meet Zoe Bradley who creates stunning flower sculptures (I spotted an installation she created near the haberdashery in Liberty the other day!), Deborah Carré and James Ducker who team up through some 200+ steps it takes to make quality shoes by hand, and Sarah Myerscough who started her own gallery to promote the work of other talented artists and curates beautiful displays. ZOE BRADLEY Paper http://www.zoebradley.com/ LO: Tell us a bit about yourself and your background ZB: I was born in 1973 and studied Fashion Design at Middlesex University. After graduating in 1997, I went on to work with Alexander McQueen. This time spent at McQueen reaffirmed in myself that my trademark would be to create spectacular silhouettes from unusual materials. After a decade of living and working in London I decided to move …