ōH Collective

We are so extremely proud to be part of the ōH Collective. 

A mix of international talent, spanning from fashion to art to the craft all under one roof at ōH Concept Store in the heart of Chester.

Meet ōH Collective...

Jonathan Edwards is a critically acclaimed illustrator, comic artist and toy designer who's work has been exhibited all over the world and used in ad campaigns, music videos and films.

Lili Sipeki is an award winning fashion designer who's work incorporates traditional Hungarian influences with contemporary fashion and sustainability through the reconstruction and repurposing of waste denim and dead stock fabrics.

Oscar Munro is inspired by sound waves, utilising sail cloth and recycled denim. Oscar is exploring processes and material possibilities that influence the detail of his apparel. His work is truly unique and includes denim trousers, jackets, coats, travel bags and bucket hats.

Felt Mistress aka Louise Evans creates a range of one-off bespoke creatures with her partner Jonathan Edwards. Louise originally trained in fashion design and millinery and has brought many of the skills working as a couture dressmaker to the world of character design and soft sculpture. Her work has been exhibited all over the world and used in fashion shoots, ad  campaigns, music videos and films.

TDS are a talented mother and daughter duo that create one-of-a-kind clothing and accessories. Sally & Lettie hand select every piece of fabric locally and only source dead-stock materials to ensure total exclusivity, with zero waste.

Woodspring Company soy wax candles are lovingly curated in their workshop in Tarporley, Cheshire. Woodspring uses essential oils and fragrance oils in apothecary-style amber glass jars which all come together in biodegradable and recyclable packaging.

Forest and Clay are a small design studio and workshop in the Cheshire countryside. Anna & Dan specialise in creating handcrafted luxury furniture, pottery, and homewares and uphold themselves on quality craftsmanship by favouring traditional joinery methods and focusing on the beautiful rawness of materials.

Alfie Munro is an industrial designer with a particular interest in biophilic design. Having found himself frustrated at the limited style and ironic lack of circularity in garden products, he decided to develop his own – harmonious design that helps people reconnect with the natural world.