Abigail Jubb is a Wolfson Scholar and PhD researcher at the University of York and freelances in artisan fashion. Her patchwork of interests in fashion history, theory and practice are informed by experiences in academia, industry and heritage. Abi is fascinated by people's relationships with clothes, her PhD focuses on the history of fashion and the body while her freelance practice creates clothes to be loved over future lifetimes.
Photo | Morag
Objects ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Morag Seaton is an award-winning designer and maker with a focus on abstract tailoring, design anthropology, pockets, and environmental solutions for fashion design. Morag’s creative practice centres around communicating the personal significance of clothing and is informed by her background in sustainability. She designs and produces accessories and specialist garments for her own studio.
Photo | Jonaine
The Glasgow School of Art