Medley Creations – Summer Looks

Medley Creations is a London-based artistic fashion house, focused on beautiful handcrafted scarves and sarongs; unique pieces of wearable art made from the finest textiles.

Kerem Sezer is the artistic director and founder of Medley Creations. Kerem was raised and educated in London, where he currently resides. He gained his degree in International Relations at the University of Leicester then went on to study masters in business management. A talented and passionate illustrator from a young age, Kerem’s desire to pursue his artistic ambitions led to a complete career change, and on the guidance of mentors within both the art and fashion world, he decided that scarves and sarongs would be the ideal canvas to showcase his sophisticated and unique style.

Kerem wanted to move away from conventional patterns, towards artistic compositions, which tell stories that resonate with the wearer; and thus the concept of Medley was born.

Medley’s philosophy is to break the convention of seasonal, gender specific, and throwaway trends, by creating high-quality, universal pieces, which truly capture the wearer’s imagination.

Medley’s designs, like all great artwork, are about evoking emotions unique to each individual. Medley is committed to the ethical production of all their scarves and sarongs and their manufacturers are fourth generation textile loomers and printers, who are an integral part of the local communities’ in both the Boonkar region, and the vibrant and beautiful city of Kolkata in India.

From hand drawn designs, to hand woven silk chiffons and cashmere blends, and meticulous personal finishing, each piece is a testament to the skill and craft of the artisans involved.

Today Kerem’s focus is on growing Medley into a creative fashion platform, which emphasizes innovation, originality and an innate playfulness with colour and design.

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