The hottest new talent of the week brought to you by PSFK x Arts Thread. This week a young fashion designer who has brought London's Nottinghill Carnival to life in her latest collection.

Minnie-Mae Stott

Our Creative Of The Week taken from ARTS THREAD’s graduate portfolios is Minnie-Mae Stott whose vibrant colourful work spans a wide range of textile and styling projects.

Why we like Minnie-Mae: We love her clever mix of London's multi-cultural references to create new patterns that pulsate with the city's energy.

Minnie-Mae Stott

Tell us about yourself, your background and inspirations:

I’m a London-based textile designer and I was born and live in Hackney, East London where I grew up. I’ve returned to Hackney after graduating in 2011 from Loughborough University School of Art and Design with a BA (Hons) in Printed Textiles: Innovation and Design. Since graduating I interned with, and am currently working for, the Textile designer Cressida Bell; along with working on current textiles projects of my own, visual styling, teaching and costume design work. I’ve also worked alongside British photographer Tom Hunter as a photographic assistant.

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