About Fierce Flora
FierceFlora Clothing is designed and made by Teagan Pharoah-Green in St. Ives, Cornwall. After studying Costume Design for Performance at the London College of Fashion and working in the arts industry, Teagan moved back to St. Ives and set up the sustainable clothing label, FierceFlora. Having trained in tailoring, pattern drafting and dancewear, FierceFlora garments are designed, cut and constructed to move with the wearer.
With sustainability at the core of the design and making process, each piece is constructed from ethical, conscious materials using traditional methods ensuring that each garment is made to last for many seasons to come.
The current Winter 2020 Collection focuses on developing the traditional techniques of pleating, using an antique machine originally invented for creating the smocking and pleating on christening gowns. The Pleated Collars created using this method are designed to be adaptable and can be worn in a variety of different ways, embracing the idea that a true and realistic way to shop sustainably is to buy pieces that slot in to your existing wardrobe, that extend the wearability of what you already own.