COVER at New Designers 2014, London
COVER’s stand at New Designers, Part 1, was a huge success with copies of our Summer issue running out before the close of the show. Our youngest visitor was the brother of Luna Bella Samuels, who stopped by to show off some of big sister’s marketing campaign – temporary tattoos. Inspired by architecture and geometry, Luna Bella’s meticulous hand embroidery (which includes these designs) was showcased at the Royal School of Needlework stand. COVER’s round-up of ND highlights will be featured later this week on our blog.
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