Talking up & coming fabric designers and collabs with Creative Director Jenny Wingfield of Flock : Episode 060

Studio Flock - Talking up & coming fabric designers and collabs with Creative Director Jenny Wingfield of Flock

Finding new talent is just half of the goal of this forward-thinking brand. Listen why here.

Today’s guest works with an eclectic mix of artists, designers and recent graduates to create a fantastic collection of textiles for interiors including fabrics, wallpapers, cushion, furniture, and lampshades. Her admirable aim is to create a unique pathway for new designers and represents some of the UK’s most exciting emerging British talent.

Her website provides a rare platform for these new designers to showcase their work, and gain vital exposure in today’s crowded marketplace.

Once selected – today’s guest works closely with the designer to develop the new product’s – colour and scale  – to create finished repeating patterns that form a hand picked and carefully edited interiors collection.

With a focus on colour and geometric pattern, her brand has a strong aesthetic that both captures the work of the designers she represents as well as offering a curated and coherent collection. 

It’s my pleasure to welcome today’s guest on the Inside Stylists podcast Jenny Wingfield of Flock

Today’s guest

You can find here –


Twitter: @StudioFlock

Insta: @StudioFlock 

A few things we covered in this episode :

Newest fabrics  – Atlas & Keso

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Flock Collaborations

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The Flock Designers




Listen to this weeks episode here or click on iTunes 


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