HANKYU Colour Time 30th January 2014

Twice a year the studio does a Seasonal Colour Consultancy for Hankyu Department Stores in Japan. Inspirations and colours combine on mood boards, for use in the merchandising of their neckwear department.

BOOK FEATURE House Feature 28th October 2013

Neisha's home is featured in 'Creative Living London', a cool new book by Emily Wheeler that looks at how a selection of London-based artist's, stylists and designers turn their creative vision to their own homes. Beautifully photographed by Ingrid Rasmussen, this book would make an inspiring gift.

TURNELL & GIGON New Pattern Book 11th October 2013

The new Neisha Crosland fabric pattern book is now available, containing all current designs plus our new Weave collection. It features highly practical, removable sheets of samples and images - a useful tool for putting schemes together in studio or showroom. A smart and elegant addition to any pattern book library. Available through our worldwide distributor Turnell & Gigon

THE RUG COMPANY New Catalogue 27th September 2013

The Rug Company have launched a new catalogue with interiors featuring our latest designs Zebra and Hedgehog. For stunning photography and inspirational locations, grab your copy now at The Rug Company

HANKYU A Luxurious Touch 20th September 2013

Wool & Silk combine to luxurious effect in the latest additions to our scarf collection, made under license by Japanese department store Hankyu Department Stores, Japan. 'Architectural', 'Topakpi' and 'Wobbledot' designs have been taken from the Neisha Crosland scarf archive, and woven at a specialist mill in France. Elegant and timeless, these statement pieces come in shades of soft, dusty pastel or rich, intense bright. See the whole collection of oversize shawls and scarves now at our Online Store.

HANKYU Celebration 9th September 2013

Since 1999 Neisha has been collaborating with the Hankyu Department Stores in Japan on a seasonal range of designs especially for the Japanese market. A new department for this range has just been opened in another of their stores, Hakata Hankyu, Kyushu! Charming and fun, 'Neisha' offers an affordable range of products, from scarves and gloves to umbrellas and tableware, while 'Neisha Crosland' is a high end range of scarves aimed at the discerning and design conscious customer. A selection of these high end scarves is available to purchase at our Online Store.


TURNELL & GIGON New Weave Collection Cushions 24th July 2013

Made using the jacquard silks, cut velvets and woven tapestries of the new Weave collection, each fabric takes on a new life and personality as a special edition cushion. Each Pollen cushion becomes a unique character with its quirky tassels, while the aristocratic Cocteau cushions have a frayed edging for a more relaxed mood. See the whole collection on our Online Store

TURNELL & GIGON New Weave Collection 19th July 2013

Traditional weaving techniques, playful motifs and an elegant colour palette combine in our new Weave collection. Taffeta silk jacquard, cut velvet and a tapestry-like fabric combine courtly luxury and refined modernity across three designs, Cocteau' 'Parterre' and 'Pollen'. Available through our worldwide distributor Turnell & Gigon or at our Online Store

ANN SACKS Haveli Tiles 7th June 2013

Bold, graphic geometrics meet earthy tones in our Haveli collection, now available in the U.S. through Ann Sacks. Inspired by Native American weavings, the tiles are handmade, painted and glazed in Italy. The unique, crackled glaze gives the modern colours a slightly distressed matte finish that makes them feel like they've just been uncovered from a ruin! Click here to see the whole collection. 

FILM FEATURE Great Enough for Gatsby 5th June 2013

We spotted our Spider fabric on the chairs of the Buchanan salon in Baz Luhrmann's recent adaptation of The Great Gatsby. The chairs are an antique Swedish design, upholstered in the Clotted Cream colourway of our Spider fabric. Very decadent to use such a fine silk fabric for upholstery - we don't recommend this at home...but we have to admit they do look gorgeous!