Popular designer Orla Kiely is celebrated for her plant based patterns that pack a powerful graphic punch on everyday life.
Her flat graphic style and choice of colour palette have chimed with recent nostalgia for vintage style and interiors, this exhibition explores why the rhythms and repeats of her designs have such wide and enduring appeal. With unique access to the company archives, this exhibition offers a privileged insight into the designer’s world. Re-visiting the work of other twentieth century luminaries in pattern design, this exhibition explores the story of pattern and how some designs can come to epitomise the style of their time.
General admission £9 | Concession £8 (Student, Unemployed, Disabled Person, OAP)
Art Fund National Art Pass holders £4.50 | Under 12, Disabled Person’s carer or companion FREE
All tickets + booking fee
Anyone Under 12 must be accompanied by an adult, with a paying ticket.
Monday and Tuesday only. Concessions are only available in person and with valid ID.
Exhibition organised by the Fashion & Textile Museum, London