International design brand Sarah Angold Studio houses a multidisciplinary, award-winning creative team. Inspired by graphic shapes, mathematical structures and industrial processes like 3D printing, the studio’s accessory designs fuse the latest technical and digital material innovations with intricate hand-craftsmanship.
The studio is well known for it’s diverse range of collaborations, most recently with WGSN to create the prestigious 2015 Global Fashion Award trophies and Eudon Choi for his AW15 jewellery.
Angold’s jewellery is stocked in prestigious stores and galleries around the world and she is considered an expert in wearable technology, speaking last month at the London Creative Futures conference alongside Jefferson Hack and Nick Knight.
Angold received an MA in Constructed Textiles from the Royal College of Art in 2008. After being awarded the Paul Reilly scholarship for research, she moved to Japan to design concept cars for Toyota. On her return to London, she took up a residency at the Design Museum, creating lighting installations for public exhibition that went on to inspire her current jewellery and handbag lines.
Angold’s experience straddles an enormous range of creative disciplines and her collaborative partners range from Hussein Chalayan, David Koma and Topshop, to V&A, Luisa Via Roma and Selfridges.
Angold art directs for exhibition and TV, lectures for MBA, MA and BA Entrepreneurship, Textiles and Product Design courses across the country and leads innovation workshops for blue chip corporations like Panasonic and Nokia.
Angold was the recent recipient of Vogue Italia's VDFE Award, the Hospital Club’s HC100 Fashion award and was part of the panel of prestigious judges for this year’s WGSN Global Fashion Awards.
Look out for collaborations with Disney and United Nude coming soon.