Thursday 19 November | 6pm – 7:30pm | £5 | ONLINE EVENT
In celebration of her latest book A Place Called Home, the ‘Queen of Print’ Cath Kidston will be in conversation with curator Teresa Collenette, where she will reveal the secrets to achieving her signature style in this online talk.
When I walked in, I had that heart stopping moment when I felt I could have been at home, and the feeling completely overtook me.
– Cath Kidston
In this intimate discussion, Cath will delve into her creative process and share the reasons behind her design choices. Equipped with stories, a wealth of experience and expert advice, she will reveal how anyone can transform a house into a home.
An interior design and styling icon, Cath Kidston founded her brand in 1993 and built it into a globally recognised name. In 2017, she founded a new solo venture, Joy of Print, a creative studio specialising in designing print for the interiors and fashion worlds.
Teresa Collenette is a design historian. A graduate of the Royal College of Art / Victoria and Albert Museum History of Design Masters programme, she is part of the curatorial team at the Fashion and Textile museum including Swinging London, Zandra Rhodes: 50 Years of Fabulous and the upcoming Beautiful People.
Cath’s new interior-design-book-meets-memoir, A Place Called Home, £30, published by Pavilion, is available to buy from our online shop here. The book takes readers on a journey through Cath’s home, from the Entrance Hall to the Sitting Room and the Kitchen to the Dining Room, discovering how carefully selected pieces can tie a room together.
Not only can you enjoy 20% off A Place Called Home when purchasing the book with your talk ticket, Cath will also sign a book plate for you, exclusive to the Fashion and Textile Museum.