About Fierce Flora

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Fierce Flora is sustainable clothing label based in St. Ives, Cornwall. Using predominantly antique textiles and handprinted organic cottons, Fierce Flora creates contemporary garments and homewares that are made to last for many to seasons to come.

Teagan Pharoah-Green founded Fierce Flora in 2020 after studying Costume for Performance at the London College of Fashion and working with in the fashion and art industries. Having trained in pattern cutting, dancewear and tailoring, each garment is made using traditional sewing techniques on antique machines. All Fierce Flora garments and prints are designed by Teagan, to move with the wearer and can be worn in all seasons in a variety of ways.

Teagan is also the UK editor of Meaning magazine, an arts magazine based in Vienna, and the founder of Fierce Fairs, artisanal craft fairs based at Porthmeor Studios, St. Ives.