Bryn Pratt-Boyden: Textile and Costume DesignerFrancescaPalange
Bryn Pratt-Boyden is starting out as a freelance Fashion, textile and costume designer/maker living in London. His work is very experimental but sustainable and ethical at the same time. Using a vast array of fabrics, from vintage Japanese denim scraps, to fish skin leather, he sustainably produces his work on his narrowboat in London, making interesting yet wearable and durable clothing.
His textiles are all eco friendly, such as patchwork from old scraps of fabric, knitting with sustainable and fair trade yarns, natural dyeing without the use of chemicals, and producing fish skin leather using skins from local fishmongers, which would otherwise be chucked away. He has recently become fascinated by natural dyes, and has been using scraps from the kitchen like avocado and onion skins.
Working in theatre for an eclectic mix of drag acts, to opera to pantomime, he can adapt to any client or projects needs.
Contact for bespoke projects, collaboration, freelance costume/fashion/textiles design work or all other enquiries.
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