ELECTRONIC SHEEP

LONDON, United Kingdom LONDON, United Kingdom

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The Story

ELECTRONIC SHEEP
Electronic Sheep’s designers are Brenda Aherne and Helen Delany. They established the label in 1999 and are based in London (Helen) and Dublin (Brenda). They graduated from Dublin’s National College of Art and Design (Brenda in Fashion, Helen in Graphic Design), and also learnt their craft in stints at Central St Martins, De Montfort University and the School of Visual Arts in New York.

Between them they have plied their trade in the great cities of Europe (Dublin, London, Munich, Rome) as well as voyaging to the New World – gaining diverse experience, from knitwear technology to designing for New York’s Glamour magazine. Their combined disciplines produce detailed jacquards - knitwear with strong visuals and inventive use of colour. They specialise in accessories – particularly hats and scarves – and their signature knitted triangle scarf has become a global favourite.

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Interview

Electronic Sheep’s Brenda Aherne and Helen Delany paired up as children in Dublin and they’ve been working together ever since. Inspired by Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? and…
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Designer spotlight

The term “Irish knit” conjures images of traditional wooly sweaters worn on rainy country walks. But the Dublin-born designers behind Electronic Sheep have something else in mind. Childhood friends...
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On the blog

  • A Wearable Film By Electronic Sheep

    Electronic Sheep’s designers Brenda and Helen are graphic artists and illustrators, so they love to add their illustrations to comfy wool scarves. Their...
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  • The Latest Bestsellers

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  • Designer Wish Lists

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  • Holiday Style Guide

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