Sadie Clayton is a luxury sculptural womenswear label representing a unique aesthetic
in the British fashion scene.
The eponymous line was launched in 2015 after graduating from Kingston University in
2013 and exhibiting at Graduate Fashion Week, Clayton has gone on to show on the
catwalks of London, Berlin and Shanghai and showcase her collections at the Royal
Academy of the Art, the Cafe Royal and Sanctuary hotels in London and this season will
show at M&C Saatchi.
Sadie has demonstrated the art of working with copper metals as a part of the Nick
Waplington / Alexander McQueen: Working Process exhibition at the Tate Britain, lead
several workshops at the Tate Modern and was one of 15 designers chosen from across
the world to show at the Artisanal Intelligence exhibition part of AltaRoma, was one of
only 10 designers selected to work with Alcantara and Not Just a Label to create a
bespoke piece exhibited at the Protein Gallery in Shoreditch and debuted at Art Basel
Miami at the Red Dot Gallery and the Museum of Art and Design as part of Singapore
Sadie works within the boundaries between art, technology and fashion presenting her
S/S 2017 collection at the Royal Academy of the Art in holographic form in collaboration
with MHD holograms, creating bespoke content with Adobe films for their Visionnaires
story, and soon to be presenting her working process as part of her S/S 2018 collection
through Augmented Reality.
Sadie Clayton has been worn by Gigi Hadid, Skin, Fleur East, Ellie Goulding, Caryn
Franklin and has featured in Vogue, Vogue Italia, Harpers Bazaar US, Elle Italia, Grazia,
Wallpaper, Hunger, i-D, Wonderland, Noctis, Schön!, 1883, and more. The designer has
collaborated with esteemed creative individuals and brands such as photographer Mark
Lebon, Andrew Logan, latex designer Kim West, House of Flora and Kat Maconie,
famous brands such as Swarovski, Alcantara, United Nude, and Underground shoes.
Sadie continues to collaborate with Nixon the global watch brand customising watches
and has also announced her collaboration with Cutler & Gross sunglasses.