The never ending world of exciting fabrics each imagined juxtaposed with another to produce Rachel David's next, unique, coat.
Tradition folk costume, Vivienne Westwood, Musée de la Mode de Paris, The Victoria and Albert all add to Rachel's delight in the creation of new clothes.
Ruffs, cuffs, godets, lace, trim, silks and Cashmere.
Every coat, jacket or cardigan is unique and is never repeated so you won't meet someone at a party wearing the same.
Rachel likes to meet and advise every client personally at her shop so there are no online sales!
Rachel's coat seen worn by June Tabor in concert, on Jules Holland and on her great album with the Oyster Band.
Mark Radcliff on BBC Radio Two is a big fan of the coat too and mentions it on every occasion. We love him and the gorgeous music he plays.
Extravagant costume highlighting the importance of bees to the world.
A dress made for the Painswick Wearable Art winning first prize worn by the lovely Holly Higgins and the prize presented by Grayson Perry. The dress was constructed of lace and used, emptied and pressed tea bags .
The new shop in Warwick shows that Rachel is not a follower but a refreshing innovator with her unique style of interiors.
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Rachel pictured here with the bride and a bridesmaid with their sumptuous coats. Due to high demand for her one off - off the peg pieces she is no longer able to take commissions.
Before the boutique Rachel had popular marquees at Glastonbury, Womad and other festivals. Enjoying the music but also attracting awards for low environmental impact. Her marquee style shop was also named Skrunch.
Textile Anarchist - Rachel David
Rachel's window dressing won Leamington's Best Dressed window competition in February 2014
Rachel's shop is in Edge magazine's "Escape the Chains" feature on pages 38/39 click here.
Rachel's dress and hat as photographed by the Huffington Post.