Sarah Murphy
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Profession / role:
Fashion and Product Designer/Maker
Website (if you have one):
www.sarahmurphy.co.uk
My primary role in relation to fashion is:
Designer
I am looking to discover or buy
Part Time Work, Full Time Work, Collaborations, Design
About me / About business or organisation:
I have relocated to Sunny Australia and am looking for work as a Design or Studio Assistant, so Hire Me!!

I have worked for a variety of High End Fashion, and Ethical Labels including: Sir Tom Baker, Worn Again, Ethical Fashion Forum, Pants to Poverty, MUMO, Eden Studios and Guarav Gupta to create Manufacturing set-ups, Bespoke Pieces, Products, Props and Journalistic pieces.

In my spare time I illustrate and Screen Printing clothing and accessories for a private project. Which supports www.thepits.co.

A magnet to new challenges, University Arts London selected me to be Guest Fashion Tutor at the Institute of Fine Arts, India, where I excelled and extended my stay by 3 months to further my interest in Journalism and the Ethical Industry in India and Nepal, featuring on EFF's Website. I have a continuing relationship with UAL and the International School of Creative Arts, providing Tutoring and Leadership.

I have also assisted at John Galliano, Lucy Orta, and Gareth Pugh. Known for my adaptability, enthusiasm for Intelligent and Sustainable Fashion and Product Design and Journalism.
Career history / Company history:
Freelance Fashion, Product and Prop Designer with Manufacturing, Leadership and Journalism experience.

Previous experience within luxury labels Sir Tom Baker, John Galliano, and Gareth Pugh, furthermore, ethical brands: Worn Again, Ethical Fashion Forum, Pants to Poverty and Partimi.

My experience covers: Upcycled Product Design, Product and Fashion Pattern Cutting, Sampling, Small Scale Manufacture, Dressmaking, Researcher, and plenty more.

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At 9:44 on May 8, 2010, Praveen Varshnei said…
Dear Sarah

Let us introduce ourselves as an Indian company specializing in 100% Eco friendly handmade Green line Buttons,Toggals,Novelty Items,Handicrafts ,Bags Handles and costume jewelery.Our inspectors check every lot of buttons,handicrafts,gifts and costume jewelery ,buttons are made confirming to social accountability norms.
We do not use child labor.We maintain the quality in buttons, the quality in shipping,and the quality in communication and in all other aspects. Rest assured - you get THE BEST of the finest handmade buttons from India.Buffalo horn,bone,wooden,coconut shell,bamboo etc
Buttons are meant for mens and womens wear. We have catered almost all segments of garment right from just born babies to hi-fashion mens and womens garments ,we have all the infrastructure to cater your needs, we have dedicated staffs with in-depth knowledge of the Buttons business involving themselves right from raw material collection, making ,polishing and shipping.
Product:Clothing Buttons , costume jewelery
Specification: Handmade by Artisans and all are green eco-friendly organic products
Material:Buffalo Horn,Cow Horn,Bone,Wood,coconut shell,Bamboo,Resin,Recycled Plastic etc
Size: 12mm on wards
Production:50000 pieces per month
MOQ:200 pieces
Lead-time: 15 Days
Delivery: Fob N.Delhi
Payment:Advance through Bank Wire ,Western Union
Samples: Available
We offer buttons from US $ 00.08 per piece as opening price point. and the price are much more competitive anywhere else.
Each piece is unique and may vary in shape and look due to natural variations in the horn.
Besides updating our designs regularly, we also have the complete capability of making items in special designs as per your requirements.
Hope to have an opportunity to work with you.
Thanking you in the mean time.
Regards,
Praveen Varshnei
Email: p_varshnei@yahoo.co.in
web: www.buttonsnatural.zoomshare.com
Linkedin: http://in.linkedin.com/in/prashanthandicrafts
Skype: buttonsnatural
At 13:53 on April 18, 2010, Honey Malaolu said…
heya sarah
At 15:58 on March 15, 2010, jacqueline said…
oh i see....yeah quite disappointing...but i am determined to make it there at some point in the next couple years....in the meantime kenya it is for a few different reasons
thanks anyway
jacqueline x
At 14:33 on March 15, 2010, jacqueline said…
HI Sarah
in your comment were you referring to my trip to India (which unfortunately has been cancelled.....sob sob) or my trip to Kenya this year??

jacqueline
At 19:22 on December 2, 2009, Charlie Ross said…
Hi Sarah,

I just thought you'd be interested to know, I represent an online ethical retailer - who are interested in finding journalists! I realise, this may not be your area of expertise, but I really think they'd love to hear about what you're doing! If you'd be interested, please feel free to email me: charlie@offsetwarehouse.com

Best wishes,

Charlie
At 6:05 on September 10, 2009, Udaya Bikram Thapa said…
Hello there Sarah,
I have been working with natural fibres in Nepal for a long time now and can supply you with fibre, yarns, textiles, as well as finished goods. Please have a look at www.heavenhemp.co.uk and www.wildweaves.co.uk to get an idea of what we do. I work with hemp, nettle, cactus, banana, bamboo . I also have a small workshop where we make bags, clothing and rugs from natural fibres. Hope to hear from you and would like to be your friend. Take care,
Udaya
At 9:27 on September 3, 2009, Eleanor Dorrien-Smith said…
Hey! Wow, totally missed your comment all that time ago! I'll give you a call this week xoxoxo
At 15:40 on August 16, 2009, Ashok said…
HI SARAH,
Thank you for your comment, Are you still in Nepal? Would you like to India? I will show you the wonderful hand embroidery done by Megwal women living here in the desert. Wonderful fashion garments are created by them by applying the hand embroidery.
Ashok
At 10:07 on July 19, 2009, Ashok said…
I am Ashok from India.PL reply this.
At 8:21 on July 1, 2009, Paul May said…
hey there..how's your p2p trip going? can i have those contacts we spoke about? for FEI and and CSE? send me a link to your various blogs and I'll link to them when we launch ours. My email is paulmay@zameen.org

cheers P
 
 
 

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