Motley London Blog
Poetry by Motley
The first in a series of playful poetry by Motley. Illustrated by print designer and illustrator Zeena Shah. Enjoy.
Motley Meets: Abadesi Osunsade, founder of Hustle Crew
Ilana from Motley meets the founder of Hustle Crew, the network for the underrepresented in tech, author of ‘Dream Big, Hustle Hard’ and all-round girl boss Abadesi Osunsade....
Guest Post: Hues of White on the Scott Wilson collection
Santina Harrison a.k.a Hues of White, style maven, creative guru and all-round Instagram inspiration, shows us how to style the new Motley x Scott Wilson reversible collection.
Meet the Designer: an interview with Scott Wilson
"Elevating jewellery into an art form". Motley meets jewellery designer, lecturer and creator of the latest Motley collaboration Scott Wilson, who talks all things design, architecture and Ru Paul....
Motley Meets: Rachel Carrell, Founder of Koru Kids
We sat down with Rachel Carrell, Founder of Koru Kids, to chat about what it's like being a sole founder, investing whilst pregnant and setting up shop from...
Meet the Designer: an interview with Hannah Martin
We catch up with one of the first designers to join the Motley fold, cult British designer Hannah Martin, to talk about her time at Central Saint Martins,...
The Case Against Fashion Jewellery
Fashion Jewellery vs Design Jewellery. Do you know the difference? We break it down for you, from what commercial "flash plating" is to the more premium "vermeil" technique...
Motley x Women
Women are our founders, our muses, our designers, they’re our wearers and our driving force. So International Women’s Day is a pretty big deal for us.
Motley Meets: Slay In Your Lane
Motley meets the writers of "Slay in Your Lane", Elizabeth Uviebinené and Yomi Adegoke, the 'Black Girl Bible’ which sparked a bidding war between nine publishers and was dubbed “the...
Meet the Designers: An Interview with Sim & Stout
We chat with the next designers to join the Motley mission, Katie Stout and Simone Paasche, to talk all things art, design, and crucially 'Ruby Boobies'.