‘Wearable art – here we call it fashion’


A couple of weeks ago I launched my new designer collection with Vida Voices.  I was particularly impressed with Vida’s ethics including setting up a reading programme for their makers.  For their ‘Voices Collection’ I chose four of my strongest female felines: Matilda, the intrepid explorer and pioneering aeronaut from Owl and Pussycat II; my beautiful Ginger, cat burglar and jewel thief from Carolyn ‘Ginger’ Grant; Tilly the keen ornithologist and equal rights campaigner from Owl and Pussycat and Flotty, gang leader and folk hero who embarked on a life of bootlegging, hijacking, robbery and smuggling with her brother Flynny and the rest of the Mongnificent Seven Gang.

My good friend Auntie G helped bring my characters to life in designer clothing, and so we have a selection of wraps, tops


And bags

and for the discerning gentleman a Mognificent Seven pocket square.


In my first tweet about the collection I called it ‘wearable art’.  One of my friends on Twitter kindly pointed out ‘Wearable art – here we call it fashion’.

I hope you like my new collection at Vida

For more about the stories behind my fabulous felines see Owl and Pussycat II, Carolyn ‘Ginger’ Grant, Owl and Pussycat, The Mognificent Seven

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15 thoughts on “‘Wearable art – here we call it fashion’

  1. I seem to like all your Fashion Wearables. What stood out….well, the tops were something I could see me wearing. The cats are very life like and look as though a pat on the head is in order for these fine felines.
    Very well presented.


  2. Hi guys – I just had this offer through from Vida – it is site wide so not just my fabulous felines.
    All the best
    In honor of Valentine’s Day, we wanted to send you something special.
    Enjoy a $20 credit
    Use code LOVE20 upon checkout to redeem.
    Today Only. Expires Midnight PST 2/14/17

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