Meet The Team


Dean Sidaway Creative Director Cate Brown


New York-based designer and Central Saint Martins, M.A. graduate, Dean Sidaway has worked with fashion houses Calvin Klein, Clements Ribeiro and Ossie Clark London.

Collection ‘The Revenge’ was shown on schedule at London Fashion Week and ‘Land’ was the first of the ‘Ephemeral Exhibitions’ series exhibited in partnership with awindow and featured as part of a collaboration with Cooper Hewitt & Project No. 8 in Manhattan.

Publications to feature various collections have included Vogue Italia and I-D Magazine among many others, with commissions photographed by Sebastian Feana for V Magazine and Sarah Moon for Vogue. 

Sidaway is also co-creator of annual art and design publication n0thing editions.





James has developed designs for luxury brands and yacht interiors, working for top tier design studios and consulting.

With recognition early in his career, his work was snapped up by Liberty of London and promoted to be one of ‘Heals Discovers’ young designers. Awarded 100% Design Young Designer of the year upon Graduation, he founded a British furniture and product brand, his eponymous design studio, and has worked for celebrated designer Marc Newson.

Publications that have featured his work include, Abitare, The FT, The Telegraph, Vogue Living, Crafts Magazine, Domus, Elle Decoration, House&Garden, Dwell.




Rachel has come from a solid textile background having worked in London for world-renowned, luxury fabric house, Dedar Milano. As fabric editors, their fabric is designed and produced in-house, they also have the accolade of collaborating on and producing Hermes Home fabrics.

Rachel worked with iconic London fashion houses such as Harrods, Liberty's London, Selfridges and internationally acclaimed London based, design studios; David Collins Studio, Finchatton and March and White to deliver their bespoke textile requirements.

Having absorbed this rich fabric training from both Dedar, Milano and her clients, Rachel has developed an extra keen eye for design, quality, patterning and upholstery details.




Starting his career in design was a happy accident. Clifton started with a Fine Arts degree from the University of British Columbia.  Following this, with an accumulation of life and career experiences, travel, and working alongside unique and talented individuals he built his design education.

Beginning as a visual merchandizer and buyer, it was a natural progression to move into interior design. Having worked in multiple projects in Vancouver, Whistler, Connecticut and New York these experiences have only further shaped his design thinking.

As a lover of all things beautiful, Clifton has an appreciation for artist, designers and craftsmen's creative processes, and with complete admiration of their creations, has developed his own sense of graceful style.