Rebekah Marantha Hendrickse
Freedom, Liberation and a Chain
Finding much joy and exhilaration whizzing in circles around Regents Park, discovering respite from the bustling noisy city, Rebekah has sought to translate this experience. Rebekah has taken inspiration from artists such as – Bridget Riley, Norman Ackroyd, and Cy Twombly, and designers such as Mariano Fortuny and Issey Miyake, to aid in the translation of her ideas, and used photographs, paintings, and drawing to inform her design development.
Using a mix of natural and synthetic yarns, this collection is soft in handle, vivid in colour, and pleated with precision.
School of Design
MA Textiles, 2019
Passionate, keen and enthusiastic; Rebekah has created a collection of woven textiles for fashion that embodies the essence and experience of cycling – escapism, freedom, and the outdoor elements. Taking root in her dissertation, which explored the role and function of female sportswear in western culture, Rebekah’s work seeks to embody a wholesome view of experiencing sports in today's culture.
- BA (Hons) Textile Design: Weave, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London, 2017
- Shop assistant, Timorous Beasties, London; Design Assistant, Sweaty Betty, London; Design assistant, Toast, London; Studio assistant, Rare Thread, London; Studio assistant, Laura's Loom, Sedbergh, Cumbria