A graduate from the Royal College of Art, Georgina Strang is a textile designer based in London whose work revolves around her fascination with colour. Her work explores the notion of how colour is formed through interaction and juxtaposition of tone. During her time at the RCA she experimented with print, weave and dye processes to create a subtle and diverse body of textiles, which explore the relationship between colour and substrate. She was recognised for her work in the first year of her studies and was awarded the Worshipful Company of Dyers’ Colour Prize. It was from here that her passion for developing her own colour theories developed and flourished.

Shortly after graduating, Georgina was selected by John Lewis to participate in their Design Collective scheme that showcases the best of today’s design. She worked closely with the team to develop her colorful fabric collection into an exclusive bedding collection made available in John Lewis stores from July 2014.

Georgina plans to continue exploring the endless possibilities that colour provides and turn them into beautiful products to be made available under her own name. Her approach to textiles is unlimited and can be applied to a diverse range of contexts from wearable pieces to interior and architectural forms.