British Antarctic Survey, BAS, Cambridge


A collaboration with the British Antarctic Survey – the UK’s research effort on the frozen continent - in which science meets art and fashion. 


The limited silk scarf collection displays the Southern Lights, or Aurora Australis, one of nature’s most impressive night-time, natural power light spectacles.

Designed from original photography taken by members of the Halley Research Station in Antarctica, Ant Dubber and Sam Burrell.

5% sales profit is donated back to our collaboration partner to support their on-going natural environment study in Antarctica.

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Manchester Metropolitan University

A bespoke gift range of long and square silk scarves and pocket squares to be presented to International partners, guests and stakeholders. Depicting the University campus and highlighting specifics of the Art & Design community.

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Manchester Metropolitan University

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Manchester Art Gallery

Exhibition of capsule dress designs.

Including limited dress edition for Manchester Art Gallery depicting objects from special collection. Exhibited and sold at Selfridges Department Store.


Macclesfield Silk Museum

A beautiful bespoke accessories range of eight scarves and ties for sale in the museum shop. All designs were inspired by details of machinery, production or regional fabric design at the historic Paradise Mill setting in Cheshire. 


Whitworth Art Gallery

Designs of four silk scarves that reflect in their photography unique features of the gallery and its recent architectural development and relationship with the park. Exclusively on sale in the design shop at the Whitworth.

Marketing Manchester

Our designs “Computer Antiques in Manchester” were re-produced as presenters outfits including womens' scarves and mens’ ties for International events.