Faye was able to respond both creatively and ergonomically to the brief.

Faye and her studio is a fantastic creative relief for those still wanting to develop and push textiles in London.
— Head of Collections, Victoria Beckham, 2014

Faye McNulty is a textile designer producing research and graphic development for print, jacquard and embroidery across luxury brands, womenswear and menswear. 

She has worked on print design for a range of clients, including Louis Vuitton Homme, Edward Crutchley and Orlebar Brown.

Her specialisms include dyes, silkscreen printing, fine hand painting/drawing and computer-aided design.

Faye has worked with innovative design centres - including the London Printworks Trust and the Institute of Making - and has printed and consulted for internationally renowned artists and fashion designers such as Yinka Shonibare, Sonia Boyce, Victoria Beckham, Alexander McQueen and The Unseen.

Faye has designed and taught courses for prestigious institutions to various ages and abilities.   
She also has extensive experience delivering talks, lectures and tutorials at Higher education level. 

Faye is a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travel Fellow 2017 and will be travelling to Japan and Australia to further research hand print techniques and sustainable print practices.


 Portrait by Owen Richards

Portrait by Owen Richards

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