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Pam Weinstock, London: Luxury Home and Fashion Accessories

Pam Weinstock is a British designer and photographer; passionate about photography, she graduated from Parsons School of Design in 2008, and her London-based luxury lifestyle home and fashion accessories brand, the eponymous Pam Weinstock was born in September 2013.

Pam Weinstock is a British designer and photographer; passionate about photography, she graduated from Parsons School of Design in 2008, and her London-based luxury lifestyle home and fashion accessories brand, the eponymous Pam Weinstock was born in September 2013.

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Thalassa Wallpaper, linens and silks

She blends her two passions by manipulating her beautiful photographs, taken during her travels (her third passion), to make striking patterns and designs. Pam developed a technique for transferring her photography to fabrics and wallpaper to create luxury home products and fashion accessories: cushions, scarves, sarongs, wraps, pocket squares, bespoke furniture and rugs, and even candles.

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Pam Weinstock’s collections, always with a central creative theme, invite us to see, touch, feel and smell through designs inspired by nature and her travels around the world: Royal Mirage is taken from a photo of a hotel water fountain in Dubai. Swirls on water mirrored together, create a sultry, Middle Eastern-inspired pattern.

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Harvest is a photograph of one of Pam’s favourite trees in her grandfather’s garden in Wiltshire, taken looking upwards from the ground. The gold and yellow hues, set against the stark branches, exude warmth and character. This print lives in beautiful wallpaper and silk, linen or cotton fabrics.

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Mizu (meaning water), her first full collection of wall-coverings and textiles, is derived from photography shot in Japan and then manipulated to create beautiful and striking imagery, for a stunning collection themed around water. It was previewed at 100% Design 2015 as part of the ‘emerging brands’ section of the show.

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Part of this collection is ‘Hana’, a graphic repeat of a shot of blossom, a pretty floral pastel pattern, mirrored in squares to give a modern print. The Hana scented candle combines linden, blossom, mimosa and magnolia to give a fresh scent with elements of spring.

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‘Ike’ is a repetition of images of trees, blue skies and rain that turn into watery greens, peaceful blues and mesmerizing reflections, while ‘Koi’ is a mirror image of carp on the surface of the water, repeated and bought to life with colour filters to give a playful and exotic print.

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From the image of a vibrant rose, representing love and beauty, captured in The Atlas Mountains, Morocco, Pam created the ‘Aphrodite’ print, part of the Le Reve (The Dream) collection, which originally previewed at Decorex in 2014. Aphrodite inspires dreams through the scent of the candles, echoing the themes of romance and passion with heady tones of nutmeg, geranium, tuberose and ylang ylang.

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Pam also works on a bespoke basis, and can create fabrics and wallpapers to order from her ongoing series of photography, and collaborates with fashion and interior brands to create different settings and products.

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You can purchase any of her products directly here: pamweinstock.com

Also, in collaboration with lifestyle website Wolf and Badger, a range of Pam Weinstock products are now available online at: www.wolfandbadger.com

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