Agate & Ayre
Winner of #LaunchWithSTF 2021
Agate & Ayre is a contemporary textile brand inspired by designer April's love of Scottish geology.
Her textile designs draw inspiration from her photography of stones, minerals and geological features around Scotland. Married with a strong use of colour, texture and her unique creative voice.
With an emphasis on supporting local businesses and a strong environmental ethos - April sews these bold and beautiful designs into a range of luxury accessories for fashion and home from her studio in Glasgow. All her fabrics are printed in the UK using zero water waste methods and eco-friendly inks.
Along with her core product range, April also works on commissions and exclusive products.
The large format silk scarf - a soft and flowing 100% silk satin scarf featuring an exclusive print inspired by geology. Measuring 90x90cm and hand machine hemmed to the highest standard - this scarf ...
The long format silk scarf - a soft and flowing 100% silk satin scarf featuring an exclusive print inspired by agate bands. Available in FELSIC - navy blue and black bands, or GNEISS which is bronze a ...
A beautifully soft range of velvet cushion cover featuring textiles inspired by Scottish Geology. The covers measure 45x45cm and have a concealed zip closure, hand finished to the highest standard. Th ...
A range of sturdy, fully lined washbags featuring a range of textiles inspired by Scottish Geology. Large enough to carry all your essentials but still compact enough to be carried in a handbag or sui ...
Non-Medical grade satin facemasks, available in a range of 4 designs inspired by Scottish geology. These striking masks are handmade from satin which has been digitally printed in the UK using zero w ...
These silk satin scrunchies are available in the full range of Agate & Ayre geology inspired textiles, and are handmade in Glasgow. They match my range of silk scarves, which are printed on specialist ...
- Eco & Ethical
- Fashion Accessories
- General Gift
- Interior Accessories
- Scottish Gifts