A collection of luxury printed scarves created by renowned Colourist and Textile Designer Heti Gervis,
Heti's Colours imaginatively blend florals, geometrics, antiquities and unusual motifs; all in opulent tones with glorious splashes of bold colour. Printed in Italy, on sumptuous silks, luxurious wools and rich cashmeres, Heti's Colours has set itself apart in the world of luxury designer accessories.
As of S/S'17 Liberty London has been the exclusive stockist of Heti's Colours in London.
After studying textile design at Central Saint Martins in London, Heti set up her design studio producing screen printed fabrics, painted textiles and hand dyed colour palettes.
Her hand painted/dyed colour palettes took her to New York where she carved out a reputation for having a creative and innovative use of colour that led her to work with the likes of Marc Jacobs, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein and Donna Karen. Consistently selling season after season.
Heti’s colours grew out of Heti’s love of design, textiles and colour. Her choice of scarves as their first product, which one could say is the ultimate accessory incorporates all aspects of the things she feels passionately about.
Heti & Chloë meet annually in a carefully chosen destination, where they begin a conversation on the next season, gaining inspiration from their surroundings and ultimately a new collection emerges.
Welcome to the conversation.
Chloë studied fashion design in Sydney and went on to study textiles in India.
Chloë met Heti in 2015 after moving to London from Australia, when applying for a freelance role. The 20minute interview became a morning of conversation of artists, appreciation of favourite art movements and a love for India. Chloë joined Heti’s Colours full timefor the remainder of her London time.
With a common love of art, design and colour the two embarked on continuing working together when Chloë returned to Australia.
The aesthetic overlap, short hand design conversations and joy of working together ensured that the working relationship continued and thrived.