A peek into the illustrations of Sabina Savage reveals a world of wonder.
Each season, the British designer chronicles a new book of stories – depicting tales of great explorers, royal intrigue and medieval beasts in silk and cashmere.
While we excitedly look forward to the mythicism she will spin next, her existing body of work is timeless and we are thrilled to present a selection from her archive.
Often depicted through the lens of the animal kingdom, Sabina’s heritage-inspired prints are elaborately detailed – her penchant for the illustrative medium is clear down to the individual hairs of a lion’s mane and the bejeweled armor of a clever fox.
Within each collection, her storybook meanders across continents and cultures, informed by humanity’s history of triumph and tragedy.
Designed in England and produced in Italy, Sabina Savage’s textiles – often cashmere, silk, wool or a mix of all three – are an exquisite medium upon which she weaves these tales.
Thanks to her eye for color, her intricate illustrations can both blend together to become an abstract pattern worn around the neck, or drape freely across the shoulders in an exciting story to share.