Aimee Elizabeth Kent
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  • Glasgow
  • United Kingdom
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Profession / role:
Printed Textile Designer
Company / organisation:
Aimee Kent Designs
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About me / About business or organisation:
At Aimee Kent, we are committed to green, ethical production, which lies at the heart of our business concept. We recognise the need for an environmentally friendly, sustainable printed textile production technique.

The brand only launched this year and already looks set for exciting things in 2013. Our boutique will offer a range of quirky, trend-setting, sustainable fashion and lifestyle products which are updated seasonally. We also offer one-off limited edition up-cycled fashion garments and decorative interiors items.

Collaboration and production services are available to established and emerging designers of fashion, interiors and accessories.

We aim to help give Scotland an edge in the growing worldwide ethical fashion industry.
Career history / Company history:
Aimee was born in Kenya and grew up around African textiles and wider cultural influences. Travel, foreign architecture and adventure inspire the signature designs, made using a combination of traditional screenprinting, hand-painting, resist techniques and digital textile design. Aimee’s abstract, drawings and mark making techniques, produce eye-catching prints with a bold, distinct, almost tribal style.

Aimee gained an Honours Degree in Textile Design at the Glasgow School of Art where she developed techniques, disciplines and processes which now lie at the heart of the brand. Since graduating in 2010, Aimee Kent has worked on collaborations and commissions with award winning fashion designer Henrietta Ludgate (winner of the Ethical Fashion Forum, Fashion Innovation Award 2009 and nominee for Young Designer of the Year 2010/2011 at the Scottish Fashion Awards), EMI Music, Marc Ross, Niki Taylor of labels The Top Project and Olanic, Bonnie Bling, Johari and Scottish up-cycled fabric accessories label Fantoosherie.

Collaborative designs for Henrietta Ludgate’s A/W 10 and S/S 11 collections received critical appraise and were shown at London, Paris, Milan and Athens Fashion Weeks, and the Scottish Fashion Awards. The designs were also featured in high end magazines, online websites and blogs including and Marie Claire.

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New Aimee Kent Website

Posted on January 6, 2013 at 13:00 0 Comments

A new year and a new website!

Fashion designers, textile designers, creatives, buyers and makers, check out our new website for full details on the latest services on offer. We are offering eco-friendly screenprinted textile production, collaborations, bespoke commission, ethical…


Exhibiting my latest textile collection at New Designers 2010!

Posted on June 20, 2010 at 16:08 0 Comments

I will be exhibiting my latest printed textile designs at New Designers 2010 in the Business Design Centre 52 upper Street, Islington, London from Thursday 1st July until Sunday 4th July. My collection is bright, fun, bold and most importantly mostly organic! The collection is inspired by travel, foreign architecture and vibrant African textiles. If you are interested in coming along to have a look then you can find me in the Glasgow School of Art textile exhibition area. Hope to see you… Continue

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At 12:57 on March 23, 2012, lusmila mccoll said…

Hey Amy, love your stuff. Looking to connect with Scots eco-fashion designers, being half scots myself.

At 6:54pm on August 03, 2011, Alma Erzhanova gave Aimee Elizabeth Kent a gift
At 18:54 on August 3, 2011, Alma Erzhanova said…


Dear Aimee!

I would very much appreciate your help. I am studying for an MA in Marketing at Kingston Business School under the supervision of Professor Robert East. We are conducting research about Fairtrade goods and ethical fashion clothes, and ask you to complete the enclosed short questionnaire. 
I am also offering a £50 shopping gift voucher to the lucky prize draw winner!!!!

Could you please complete this questionnaire, following the link
Thank you very much for your help.
Yours sincerely,

Alma Erzhanova

At 11:37 on September 2, 2010, Fashioning an Ethical Industry said…
Hi Aimee

We thought you might be interested in joining our new group on the Scottish Ethical Fashion Education Network!

From September 2010 Fashioning an Ethical Industry will be working with Scottish universities and colleges to establish a network interested in teaching, learning and sharing about ethics in the fashion industry. With the support from FEI the Network will host events, develop resources and share best practice related to corporate social responsibility in the fashion industry. Please do join the group to input into the development of the network and keep informed of news and events.
Click here to join!

At 11:43 on April 6, 2010, David McGill said…
Thanks Aimee. I think I will come along. Im due to have a lokk at the Advanced Textlies Dept anyway. Im working on the Miss Africa Scotland competition at the moment - finals at the Hilton in May with the possibility of small follow-up fashion shows at the Camflavar restaurant during the World Cup in June. If you would like more info you can get me at
At 11:18 on April 6, 2010, David McGill said…
Hi Aimee, Im very interested in what you do. Im trying to put something 'African' together for the Glasgow Fashion Week

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