I am deliriously devoted to designing and creating. Having originally founded Lisa Stickley in 1999 (from my bedroom, using the original Cash’s labels my mum used to sew into my school socks) I was lucky enough to sell my first ever products to Paul Smith, Designers Guild and The Cross. Since then I have collaborated with the likes of Burberry, Harrods, Liberty, Tate, Selfridges, Heals, Boots, Debenhams, John Lewis and Japanese stores Ships, Hankyu & Isetan.
I trained as a printed textile designer at Central Saint Martins and The Royal College Of Art, and my journey so far has taken me on many adventures. I opened my first shop in 2007 in South London which, behind the scenes, doubled up as a bustling print studio and creative hub. I have designed and developed lifestyle brand concepts, and have produced and sold home-wear product and accessories all over the world.
I currently live, and work, as a designer/ author & illustrator in the leafy lanes of South East London with my husband and daughters. More recently too, I have been indulging in a new and thoroughly enjoyable venture writing and illustrating children’s books. My first children’s book Handstand, published by the pleasingly pleasant Pavilion Books is available now.