CALLAN

Textile Designer from Co. Down

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Mary Callan discovered a love of textiles while studying fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. creating the CALLAN brand in 2016, Mary is on a journey of textile exploration. Traditional knitting machinery techniques are updated and reinvented to produce beautiful small runs of intricate knitwear. The garments are hand loomed in-house or produced by a small team of makers throughout Ireland.

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Slievenaman Scarf

€195

by CALLAN

The Slivenaman Scarf originated in the Mourne Mountains of County Down, Northern Ireland. In shades of slate, navy and charcoal, this range evokes the simple beauty of traditional Irish textiles and the County Down landscape. Dimensions 60 x 220cm. 100% Soft Lambswool.

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Chequerboard Jacquard Scarves

€75

by CALLAN

Made from 100% lambswool, this jacquard scarf is a warm and weighty knit. Inspired by heritage textiles, the jacquard pattern is reversible.

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Slievemeel Scarf

€195

by CALLAN

The Slievemeel Scarf originated in the Mourne Mountains of County Down, Northern Ireland. In shades of slate, navy and charcoal, this range evokes the simple beauty of traditional Irish textiles and the County Down landscape. Dimensions 60 x 220cm. 100% Soft Lambswool.

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Using merino and lambswool fibres ensure softness, warmth and durability in every CALLAN product. Through the brand Mary aspires to energise contemporary Irish knitwear, marrying an age-old craft with directional high fashion.

CALLAN

A Love Affair of Textiles

From a Belfast studio in a former Irish Linen Mill, CALLAN embodies an eclectic approach to stitch, colour and pattern resulting in limited and sumptuous garments.