This March, Selvedge is hosting one of our popular artisan fairs in the beautiful city of Bath. Over fifty curated exhibitors will be selling a range of rare vintage fabrics, covetable haberdashery and skilfully handmade textile treasures. The fair offers the perfect opportunity to meet makers, catch up with old friends and pick up that special something.
One of our exhibitors, Terry Macey, runs a family business in the heart of Somerset. This business has been going for thirty years, and designs are born from a passion for textiles and a true understanding of how women want to wear them. He works with Angelika Elsebach, who also has a background in art and design. They met over 28 years ago and amalgamated their different talents to create a clothing company that is not only personal but has an ethos for real craft rather than mass production.
The clothes are made in their charming studio, a converted Chapel in Glastonbury, where clients are welcomed to have personal fittings and bespoke outfits. After years of research into fabric quality, they now use only carefully sourced natural fabrics; predominantly Irish linen, English wools, Donegal and Scottish tweeds and they have recently designed a successful range of their own exclusive linen colour palettes. You will find them exhibiting at select designer maker shows and galleries in the UK, including our Selvedge Spring Fair!
We are offering one lucky reader the chance to win a £250 voucher from Terry Macey to purchase a garment or to be put towards an outfit of your choice. For more information and to enter, click here.
Buy your tickets for the Selvedge Spring Fair here. Enter 2FOR1 at the checkout to get two-for-one tickets.