Isabel Fletcher is a London based textile designer working with offcuts to create contemporary, sustainable craft.

Working with production offcuts, Isabel Fletcher’s designs take inspiration from often overlooked and undervalued details in life. Working with the offcut’s pre-determined shapes and materials, Isabel Fletcher dyes, manipulates and arranges them to create functional works of art. Isabel Fletcher views our leftover scraps and remnants, not as waste, but as the starting point for further design. Collage, colour and materiality is at the heart of everything Isabel Fletcher creates.



Working with Studio Isabel Fletcher

In addition to producing in house collections, Studio Isabel Fletcher runs regular workshops, takes commissions from private clients and collaborates with brands.  Having worked with fashion brands and architects, as well as material biochemist inventors, the Studio’s approach to design is ever-evolving and adapting.
Examples of work to date include:

- Collaborating with British fashion and lifestyle brand, TOAST on their ‘Renewal’ project. 
- Running regular workshops in using textile waste, including for India Craft Week.
- Designing and producing interior textiles for private clients
- Producing interior textiles for architecture firm Squire and Partners
- Developing buttons from bio resin in collaboration with Chip[s]Board
- Participating in group exhibitions such as the Freedom from Torture art auction (alongside artists such as Antony Gormley, Edmund de Waal and Cornelia Parker)
- Collaborating with choreographers, dancers and videographers to create performance pieces and short films inspired by the Studio’s designs

Studio Isabel Fletcher welcomes the opportunity to collaborate with fashion brands, interior designers, architects and other creative organisations. Please get in touch.

Stocking Studio Isabel Fletcher

All designs are made in the Studio with a view to being upscaled and stocked by suitable retailers.  If you are interested in selling its designs, please contact the Studio to discuss.

Studio Isabel Fletcher 2019