Gail Bryson is a textile, graphic and product designer. She specialises in simple and graphic prints that complement a wide range of home styles.
Trained at Edinburgh College of Art, she developed her design skills at The Conran Shop and The Nest before subsequently becoming co-founder and creative director of Bryson Loxley. Amongst her clients are John Lewis and Jamie Oliver. She has also collaborated individually with other small independent businesses on a wide range of projects over the years, including Caroline Diani for lasectavioleta.
Gail is a firm believer that good design will always last the test of time. Her products are designed to last both in design and manufacture, and are mainly all hand-printed and hand-sewn in London. Ultimately, her aim is to create things that can passed down through the generations, like the collection of linen she has inherited from her own family.
Colour also plays a big part in Gail’s work. Combinations are dreamed up from photographs taken on her travels and provide inspiration back in her studio.