Alison Willoughby is an established and innovative textile designer, selling and exhibiting her work both in Britain and abroad. Renowned for her highly individual and hand constructed intricate skirts, she became famous as ‘skirtgirl’ but has recently branched into menswear and womenswear, and more recently into shop and gallery installations. Alison has been running her own business in London since graduating from The Royal College of Art, graduating with an MA in Constructed Textiles Mixed Media. Some of her design clients include: Habitat, Oilily, Tse Cashmere, Club Monaco, and Tait and Style Knitwear. Her work has been sold in The Pure Living Lounge at Selfridges, Labour of Love, Mint, Dialogue Between Art and Fashion, Johnny Moke, Yum Yum Jelly, Ysh in Tokyo and Coco Ribbons in Kuwait and Dubai. She previously completed commissions for Liberty and the Arts Council of England. Her solo shows include the British Council’s window gallery in Prague; Urban Outfitters in both Glasgow and London, during London Fashion Week; Black Swan Arts in Frome, Somerset; and The Atrium Gallery, Glasgow.