Loveday Artist in Residence Debuts Fashion Collection in Anthropologie

We are delighted to celebrate the success of Loveday’s Artist in Residence Grace Holliday, with her recent debut fashion collection in Anthropologie.

The Grace Holliday for Anthropologie collection is made from recycled plastic bottles and was launched on 22nd April to mark Earth Day 2021. Inspired by the textures of Springtime meadows, nature and Victorian architecture, Grace has applied fine art painting to create beautiful patterns on a fashion-forward collection comprising a jumpsuit, trousers, a tunic dress, shirt dress, mini skirt and hair accessories.

Grace is an Illustrator, Mark Maker and Educator and has been leading the Loveday Arts Club workshops at Chelsea Court Place since 2017. Grace delivers an innovative weekly programme for our Members, who benefit immensely from the therapeutic sessions as they explore a plethora of themes ranging from nature, artists, exhibitions, history, pets, the community and the world around us. Loveday also gifted this arts programme to the Royal Hospital Chelsea.

Additionally, Grace presented the Process of Prints and Patterns art workshop for Anthropologie, educating and inspiring viewers on how to create springtime mark making meadows. Grace also delivered this workshop to Loveday Members which was embraced by and achieved beautiful results.

The workshop can be viewed: https://vimeo.com/546410726

The collection can be viewed: https://www.anthropologie.com/en-gb/search?q=Grace%20Holliday