I make clothes and objects such as bags and pockets. The things that I make derive from conversations, workshops and other public engagement research I facilitate with people about their clothing experiences, understandings and fictional ideas. Each project starts with an everyday or speculative question that seeks to unpack the socio-cultural, environmental and personal significance of the objects we wear.

Morag Seaton

Scottish fashion designer, maker, practitioner, researcher and workshop facilitator across industry, education, arts and cultural sectors. Currently based in London.

︎    Co-founder of Worn Workshop

︎    MA Fashion, Royal College of Art, 2023

︎    BA Fashion, Glasgow School of Art, 2018

Awards and Scholarships

Sustainable Futures Scholarship from the Elsener Family (RCA 2021)
Finalist for the RCA & 100 Percent Optical Eyewear Competition ‘Past Present Future’ 2022
Visual Artist and Craft Maker Award 2021
Shortlisted for the Scottish Craft Award 2019 (Exhibited at the V&A)
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)
The John Byrne Award for Writing 2018 (First Prize)
Runner up for the Vivienne Westwood Sustainable and Ethical Award 2018

© Morag Seaton
© Morag Seaton