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Alice Taylor is a multi-disciplinary artist, designer and fashion practitioner based in London. Her work exists within and explores the intersections between fashion, sculpture, performance and film. 

Alice has attained a BA in Fashion from Central Saint Martins (2017) and an MA in Fashion from the Royal College Of Art (2023). Between her studies, she has worked across a variety of making practises including bespoke tailoring on Savile Row, costume for theatre and film, hand embroidery at Hand & Lock, weaving and natural dyeing with an NGO in Peru. Most recently, Alice has worked as a tailoring consultant for a Fashion Tech start up aiming to introduce further sustainability across the alterations and repair sector.

Alongside her work, Alice founded a clothing brand collaborating with rural artisans in India that addresses social and environmental circularity, craftsmanship and transparency. The experiences and learnings shared were invaluable, leading Alice to question the current fashion industry, the future of it and the systems within it. 

Developing a new practice at the RCA, her work has moved into a psychogeographical space, drawn from her collected experiences. Inspired extensively from her work with rural artisans making in tandem with their surrounding landscapes, Alice uses endurance, exploration and physical materialisation to ask questions around what it means to make in different environments, in alternative physical states, as a woman and as a maker. 

Her approach is inspired by the connections found between material, maker and landscape in rural locations. Capturing the form of endured physical moments, Alice takes an instinctive and circular path to unite material, environment, body and mind.