Morag Seaton is a Scottish garment designer, researcher and maker specialising in abstract tailoring, functional detail and environmental solutions for fashion design.

Morag’s research focuses on the relationship we have with our clothes. She runs interview-led projects and workshops that use clothing as a medium to explore the socio-cultural, emotional and environmental significance of the stories within our wardrobes.

This work is part of a wider project calledWorn, a community and company that Morag co-founded with her research partner, Abigail Jubb. The insights from these projects are used to inform Morag’s design, products and work within sustainable development.

[Currently based in Glasgow, Scotland.]

All design, production, graphics and illustration by Morag Seaton. 


First Prize
The Glasgow School of Art Sustainability Degree Show Prize 2018

First Prize
The Glasgow School of Art Award for Dissertation 2018

First Prize Incorporation of Bonnetmakers and Dyers Design Award 2018

First Prize
John Byrne Writing Award 2018

Winner of the John Byrne Writing Award for “Garment Stories”, a book of illustrated interviews
which follows the relationship between people and their clothes. www.johnbyrneaward.org.uk/

Runner Up
Vivienne Westwood Sustainable and Ethical Award 2018

Shortlisted for the Scottish Craft Award 2019,
V&A Dundee

Exhibitions +  Events

EY at The Glasgow School of Art, January 2020

V&A Dundee. Scottish Craft Awards, April 2019

GFW, Truman Brewery, June 2018

GSA Degree Show, Renfrew Street, June 2018

The Glasgow School of Art Graduate Fashion Show, The Savoy Tower, June 2018

‘In the Making’ Exhibition. The Old Hairdressers, Glasgow, January 2018

Fashion Show 1947-2017, The Art School, March 2017

SR:D Scotland Re-Designed, Glasgow, November 2016