Holly Jade O'Leary ARTIST AND ART DIRECTOR
"She makes one dream come true after another" - Der Tagesspiegel (2015)
Holly Jade O'Leary is a conceptual artist, expert stylist, and award winning production designer. She performs and exhibits on an international basis, from a bespoke textile art couture collaboration with Rush Hair Salon 2017, to creating an 'Enchanted Forest' performance installation at Home House, to the script and art direction of 'The Muses of Ourania', immersive theatre for Viona Art Studio at Schloss Heinrichhorst Castle, Bavaria.
Neoclassical influence, fine art fantasy, and botanicals feature in her work and commissioned illustrations and couture. Her forthcoming exhibition is a 'Fairytales' catwalk show with Label at St. Andrew's University, Rufflets Hotel, Scotland, 13th April 2018.
Consultant services in are also offered in styling, semiotics and events design.
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Holly Jade O'Leary is interviewed by vegan presenter Karin Ridgers about being an artist, following a plant based diet, living between London and Berlin, and her collaboration with ethical UK based factory Contrado on a line of sports and dance wear.
Preview of 'Incandescence' Corseted Pencil Dress created for a private client, Winter 2017.
Holly Jade O'Leary is interviewed by Jo Boon, Founder of Label, prior to exhibiting in Label's forthcoming 'Fairytales' themed fashion show staged at St. Andrew's University, April 2018.
BBC1 & Channel 4 presenter and cultural commentator Emma Dabiri models 'Indian Summer' jacket and 'Starflowers and Jewels' stage couture.
Photography: Alessia Chinazzo
Make up: The Bardou
Location: The Library - private members' club.
Catwalk report by Hollie Bradbury, Bite Magazine - Summer 2017
'The Beauty of Nature' collection is inspired by flowers, classical mythology and modern sophistication - created using recycled silk, textiles and hand bead work.
The Ethical Fashion and Textile Seminar staged at the Fashion SVP was moderated by Tamsin Lejeune, founder of the not for profit network The Ethical Fashion Forum, focusing upon social and environmental sustainability in the fashion industry.
Contemporary art, glitterati, sustainable fashion, soul music, poetry and fairy installations staged between the leaves of the books which line the shelves of one of London's most exciting venues- Library private member's club.
Join us in Fairyland where Holly Jade O'Leary and The Jewelled Moon Theatre Company will be supporting the opening of Julie Goldsmith's window installation at The Library Club.
Exhibiting sustainable luxury limited edition lines at The Number 41 Club, Kensington, famed for its 'Parisienne Decadence' and charm.
“Through the brilliance of an image; the distant past resounds with echoes, and it is hard to know at what depth these echoes will reverberate and die away”
The Salon Series talks was led by ethical fashion designer Orsola de Castro, founder of Fashion Revolution, a non-profit charity raising awareness of the true cost of fashion, accompanied by author and Telegraph columnist Tamsin Blanchard, Mario Nishio, Senior Lecturer at Central Saint Martins and the fashion designer, Katie Jones.