Meet a talented young designer....

March 23, 2015

We love to share the work of talented people, especially when they are working with Loopy Mango wool - so we'd like to introduce you to the work of Marc Hatherley, Designer.

Marc recently graduated from the prestigious Whitehouse Institute of Design with a spectacular end of year collection that happened to feature the use of Loopy Mango Big Loop wool in two of his pieces.

Those amazing designs in the main picture and lower corner are both created with Loopy Mango wool. I just had to include that picture of the sculpted leather skirt as well as it's stunning. Looks like we're not the only ones who think so, as Marc was awarded Designer of the Year by the Whitehouse Institute.

Congratulations Marc, we look forward to hearing lots more about your work. You can follow Marc's work at: instagram: @marc_hath , tumblr: @marchatherley .

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