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Our congratulations to Emma Cowlam, a friend of Bloom, who is now showcasing a range of hand stitched illustrations inpsired by the London Fashion scene, at the V&A shop.
A graduate of Chelsea Art School in textile design, Emma designs and produces beautiful illustrations using unique combination of illustration and sewing techniques.
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