Homes & Gardens : February 2013 February 01 2013
Tamasyn Gambell studied and trained in printed textiles. She then worked in Paris for many well-known fashion designers and high-street brands, but the waste generated by the quick turnover of mass-produced items made her uncomfortable. Cue her luxurious home-wares and fashion accessories company that champions environmentally and socially responsible methods. After searching for eco-friendly suppliers, the company now hand-prints its own fabrics from £55, from it's London studio using organic dyes and water-based inks. Tamasyn has also teamed up with Forest London to reupholster vintage Scandinavian furniture.