The Ashe label is synonymous with the intricate illustrative printed textile designs of Director Kelsey Ashe. Well recognised for their unique point of difference, Ashe textile products focus on a signature quality of refinement and artistry which will capture your imagination…..
The Ashe product collection includes printed fabrics for use in your own creative projects, gift wrap paper, wallpapers and an exquisite cushion and art prints range. Ashe surface designs can be applied to many objects so we are constantly adding new products to our range.
The Ashe fashion label has participated in National and local Fashion Festivals regularly since its inception in 2003, as well as appearing in regular exhibitions to showcase in particular, the signature Ashe printed textile lengths. Ashe products have been stocked in boutiques in Germany, Ireland, Dubai and the United Kingdom and of course here in Australia.
About Kelsey Ashe
Inspired by the historical ornamentation of cultures antique and exotic, Director Kelsey Ashe has a deep fascination with pattern and decoration and its use in our lives. Kelsey has completed both an Honours and Masters degree in textiles and is currently completing her PhD in this field, researching in particular how a traditional Japanese aesthetic has influenced the design of contemporary Australian printed textiles.
Textile designs created by Kelsey Ashe have been used by leading Australian labels Empire Rose, Morrison, Wheels and Dollbaby and more recently Kelsey has been commissioned by international labels Nautica and the Vanity Fair Corporation. In 2012 Kelsey was invited to exhibit at the Future of Apparel Summit in the U.S.A. facilitated by the Chelsea School of Design in London’s T.E.D. (Textiles Environment Design) Project.
Kelsey’s commitment to sustainability and excellence in design has also seen her work published in the International publication “Fashion Futures” by Merrel Publishers UK and Ashe textiles have been showcased in “Textile Visionaries – Innovation and Sustainability in Textile Design” by renowned London based fashion journalist Bradley Quinn.
For more about Kelsey and the Ashe label; go to the Ashe blog….