Bepsoke Silkwork Typography Art

This Spring, Hawthorne & Heaney launched a collection of military inspired typography art, specially designed for an exhibition held in Fortnum & Mason over the summer of 2022.  Designed, drafted & produced in our London studio, you can select any letter of your choice to be woven with military heritage inspired florals and embroidered onto […]

Hawthorne & Heaney at Glossier

We have been extremely busy with personalised embroidery events recently, one of them being at Glossier’s flagship UK store in Covent Garden. The building it’s self is one of the most beautiful in Covent Garden, and the interior did not disappoint either. It was a stunning setting to work in, and we thoroughly enjoyed discussing […]

Hawthorne & Heaney at Cad & The Dandy

Event season is well and truly here, and we love being involved in live activations  – this year’s Cad & The Dandy event in their Savile Row showroom was no exception!   Being a high end bespoke tailors, the product had to fit Cad & The Dandy’s luxury aesthetic and brand values, so we were […]

Fashioning Masculinities: The Art of Menswear, at the Victoria and Albert Museum

The Three Graces. Virgil Abloh, JW Anderson, Ludovic de Saint Sermin.

Masculine fashion, what does it look like to you? Menswear has evolved and changed over the years as society has developed along with international influence and the greater understanding of what masculinity means to us as individuals and designers. The Victoria and Albert Museum has masterfully curated this exhibition which guides you from the early […]

Hawthorne & Heaney for the Tiffany Gala

Tiffany Gala at the National Gallery | Photo by Alison Price Co.

We recently had the pleasure of embroidering bespoke napkins for the August Tiffany Gala. The event was organised by Alison Price Co. at the National Gallery in London’s Trafalgar Square, a beautiful setting for luxury cocktails and an evening meal. We were commissioned to embroider the ‘Tiffany ‘ logo in aqua blue onto 180 napkins, […]

Drawn & Formed Exhibition

Embrace by Naomi Aindow - Silk organza, metal threads, silk thread, glass beads, sequins | Photo taken by Cadi Williams

The Goldsmith’s Centre’s Drawn + Formed exhibition; in partnership with the Worshipful Company of Gold and Silver Wyre Drawers  This exhibition explores the history and contemporary uses of hand-drawn wire in embroidery, jewellery and silversmithing. London was first introduced to gold and silver wire drawing by craftsmen from Europe around the 15th century, however, there […]

Corporate Branding Embroidery

Do you have an offsite to prepare for or just want to treat you team ?  Hawthorne & Heaney are a mayfair based embroiderer specialising in quality embroidery and fast lead times.  We dedicate the same attention to customer service as we do to embroidery detail and our expert team are on hand to consult […]

Louise Bourgeois: The Woven Child at the Hayward Gallery

The Louise Bourgeois: The woven child was certainly an exhibition that made you stop and really consider the thought process of each piece, what emotion and psychological motive she was trying to portray to the viewer. With her use of materials ranging from steel to bone to gold and lingerie, each surface represents a memory […]