A first look at some new work for Morwenna Farrell’s latest collection ‘Dead Beats’
Morwenna has a pop up in Norwich this month and will also launch the new pieces on her Etsy shop the same weekend.
Morwenna recently shared this image with her instagram followers and said that I’d “captured everything I could of hoped for and more, what I love about Kerry is that she keeps that natural look to her photos by not over editing and she just knows what I want! She manages to capture the whole vibe of the deadbeat vision I had and she gave it a Kerry Curl kick and here we have the end result”
More images to follow so stay tuned.
Morwenna Farrell is a creative based in Norwich, U.K. She is the heart and the founder of her own business which fuses illustration and fashion. Sourcing vintage pieces, the designer adds her illustrations via screen printing and each garment is printed by hand, by Morwenna herself.
It’s an upcycling approach, however her aim is not to completely rework the pieces, the desire isn’t to remake a whole new garment which begins a new life unrecognisable to what it once was. It’s more about celebrating what the item already is. It’s almost like she finds something she loves, a jacket or a blouse and shows it some Morwenna love.
Her ethos is not about disguising the garments for example it is an 80s blouse or a 70s dress, it’s about embracing it for what it is – hand sourced second hand fashion with an art twist. It’s something that’s been sealed with a loving Morwenna Farrell shaped kiss.