Spring Riviére was inspired by the beautiful River Marne where Kate lives in France. She loves to go for walks along the river to seek floral inspiration for her patterns, and immerse herself in nature.
This collection is a celebration of all the creatures, no matter how great or small that we share this world with. It’s also a reminder that we all have a part to play to protect these living creatures for generations to come.
Flora was inspired by the English countryside where winding roads, rolling hills and pastures provide a perfect backdrop to quaint cottages with hidden gardens overflowing with colorful flowers. This intricately illustrated collection of timeless floral prints captures the feeling of tranquil meadows and fairy-tale cottages with each hand-drawn detail.
Take a scouting trip into the world of the forest floor, where beautiful creepies crawl and decomposers rule. Intricately curated insect collections and the foraging of mushrooms for food in the woods inspired the patterns of Into the Woods.
The unity of nature and the etherial life inspired the “Mystical Gardens” collection. It is reflected through ancient symbols, celestial bodies, enchanted blossoms and whimsical creatures, inviting one for a quiet walk through magical realms.
All images below are our Reverie House Jacket, available at the Cloud9 Marketplace.
Christmas Past brings together memories of Christmas past. It’s an homage to my paternal Grandmother who loved Christmas. She displayed her vintage glass ornaments on a rather kitschy tree and decorated her home with her own unique flair. It’s because of her that I fell in love with Christmas baubles and now collect (and draw) vintage ones myself.
A selection of colors that scream Autumn on fabric that does the same, Cloud9 Canvas Solids are a must have for the upcoming season. Our canvas is versatile with enough structure for blazers, yet soft enough for pillows and kids clothes.
Who doesn’t love a beautifully supple rayon, plus more Elizabeth Olwen sweetness? With warmer weather coming our way, we’re all in need of some breezy and flowy new clothes.
All sewing patterns shown are by If Kim Wore Clothes
“I was inspired to create this range after rediscovering a favourite childhood book about the many and varied species of desert animals. One could be forgiven for thinking of deserts as barren and desolate places, but so many creatures and plants have adapted to thrive there. This is my celebration of this fascinating landscape.”