Rosanna Falconer is a brand consultant, creative and lover of all things colourful. Her tablescapes - which started as a new year's resolution in 2018 to hold more dinner parties - have featured in British Vogue, Glamour and The Daily Telegraph, with clients including Belgravia, Habitat and Cath Kidston.
Jaipur Bloom is her first foray into design - an ode to the Pink City of Jaipur where she was lucky enough to live for 6 months. The limited collection of tablecloths, napkins and cushions combines her pencil drawings with the ancient art of block printing.
"Behind Rosanna’s girly exterior lies a fashion industry hotshot."
Her career in fashion spans roles from Communications Director at Matthew Williamson to launching the digital strategy of the British Fashion Council. She was educated at Cambridge University (Murray Edwards College) from where she graduated with an MA Cantab degree in Modern & Medieval Languages, specialising in early 20th century Spanish literature. While at university, she was the fashion editor of Varsity Newspaper.
Today, she consults on communications strategy with a specialised, expert lens on luxury, social media and sustainability. She is passionate about a sustainable future for the industry in which she has worked for over 15 years. To this end, she co-founded FashMash 10 years ago. Its networking events and mentoring scheme aim to encourage dialogue and sharing of ideas to shape the future of fashion.
Rosanna has written about travel and sustainability for publications including British Vogue, Brides and Cabana Magazine.
Rosanna’s awards include Innovation Influencer of the Year at the Cosmopolitan Magazine Awards (2019), Drapers Magazine’s ‘30 under 30’ (2015) and in 2020 Glamour Magazine highlighted her as one of 30 women changing the face of fashion.