Eloise Grey launched her first collection of ladies’ coats & jackets made from organic and ethical tweeds in 2007.
News & Events.
Past News & Events.
4th - 6th April, 2013
The West Wing,
London WC2R 1LA
Nearest stations: Waterloo, Temple, Charing Cross, Embankment, Covent Garden.
Thursday 4th to Saturday 6th April, 2013
The inaugural Crafted Showcase: Makers of the Exceptional is an important retrospective and celebration of the work of some of Britain’s most talented craftmakers. Sponsored by Vacheron Constantin, one of the world’s oldest and most respected manufacturers of luxury Swiss timepieces, the showcase is free of charge to visit and open to all.
Bringing together those who have been supported by Walpole British Luxury through the Crafted mentoring programme, the showcase provides a glimpse into the inner workings of Britain’s finest craft businesses from knitwear and jewellery to lapidary and glass blowing. Eloise, a 2010 graduate of the Crafted programme, collaborated with fellow mentee, Ptolemy Mann and their work is featured in this event.
4th March, 2013
The Hepsibah Gallery
112, Brackenbury Road,
London W6 0BD
Nearest tubes: Ravenscourt Park, Goldhawk Road, Hammersmith.
Monday 4th March, 2013
1pm - 8pm.
Eloise will be selling a selection of stock from tweeds to linens and silks, in sizes 6-18, including some vintage pieces and worn samples. Very substantial discounts.
The Hepsibah Gallery, run by the charming Jayne Hepsibah dog portraitiste, milliner and British aesthetic exemplar, is worth as visit in itself, as will be the chance to meet Eloise’s dog, the beautiful Juno, F, lurcher, nearly 3.
26th-28th October, 2012.
The Design and Craft Fair
London NW1 4AQ.
Nearest Tubes Great Portland Street and Regent’s Park.
Friday 26th October, 12pm - 5pm.
Saturday 27th October, 10am - 6pm.
Sunday 28th October, 10pm - 5pm.
Eloise Grey will be showing in this beautiful John Soane building alongside the best designers & makers in the land. For more information on the show visit the Made London website.
Eloise has complementary tickets for the Friday and 2 for the price of 1 for the weekend so please contact her with your address and she will gladly send you the voucher. On the door entry is £10.
Every Weekend In May 2012
Open House at The Old Forge
East Sussex BN9 0HJ
A large selection of Eloise Grey’s work.
Every Saturday & Sunday in May 2011
11am - 6pm
A wild spring garden on the South Downs. A house filled to the bring with an amazing selection of work from over 25 artists and makers. This time, The Old Forge is hosting a whole room dedicated to Eloise Grey’s work, from the tweeds to silks and linen clothing. Cream teas, cakes and a spectaular view. All welcome.
16th March - 21st April, 2012
Ptolemy Mann: The Architecture of Cloth, Colour and Space.
100 Drury Lane,
London WC2B 5SG.
16th March - 21st April, 2012.
10am - 6pm.
Ptolemy Mann’s solo exhibition comes to the Aram Gallery in London, a powerful colour saturated experience showing off Mann’s fantastic skill and her inventive approach to design practice. The exhibition shows a collection of recent work paying particular attention to a new IKAT collection which maintains a hand dyed and hand woven quality but adapted for digital print. Eloise and Ptolemy have collaborated to produce a collection of silk dresses in digital prints of Ptolemy’s ikats and this will be part of the exhibition.
31st March & 1st April, 2012
The Big Elstead Sample Sale.
The Barn, The Old Farmhouse.
Surrey GU8 6DB.
Opposite the Golden Fleece.
Saturday 31st March & Sunday 1st April, 2012.
11am - 6pm. Plenty of Parking.
Eloise Grey opens up in the Barn next to her studio in the Surrey Hills every year. A beautiful setting in this 15th century barn in the centre of Elstead.
View the whole collection and pick out from heavily discounted stock and ends of line. Eloise will be there to greet you and show you her work.
19th November, 2011 - 15th January, 2012
Ptolemy Mann at Ruthin.
Ruthin Craft Centre.
Denbighshire, LL15 1BB.
19th November, 2011 - 15th January, 2012.
10am - 5.30pm.
Eloise has contributed two silk dresses to artist weaver Ptolelmy Mann’s solo show at contemporary gallery, Ruthin. Ptolemy is a dynamic colour pioneer whose base inspiration is the ikat, which she takes to the contemporary edge of weaving with her architectural artworks. Eloise and Ptolemy have collaborated to produce a collection of silk dresses in digital prints of Ptolemy’s ikats for her Eloise Grey’s Spring Summer collection.
The collection recalls the period of fine tailoring of the 1930s and 1940s before mass-production came to dominate clothing choice. The garments are constructed using a more traditional approach to tailoring and are made in the UK. This not only affects the look and feel of the coat but also the longevity of the coat.
The tweeds are woven by the Isle of Mull Weavers in the Hebridean Isles of Scotland at Ardalanish Organic Farm.