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The Campaign For Wool Launches ‘Capsu-Wool’ for Wool Week 2015

The Campaign For Wool Launches ‘Capsu-Wool’ for Wool Week 2015 – A Small But Stylish Wool Moment to Experience the Wonder Of Wool for the Compact Interior Space

This October The Campaign for Wool has again worked with interior stylist Arabella McNie to create Capsu-Wool, an interiors pop-up celebrating the best of wool in interiors for Wool Week 2015.

Open to the public all week, the Capsu-Wool pop-up will showcase an edit of the top interior styles for the coming season. Fabulous furnishings by designers and brands including Heals, Margo Selby and Wallace Sewell are on display and

All this, alongside woollen fabrics and furnishings from the likes of Johnstons of Elgin, Bute Fabrics, Camira Fabrics and Abraham Moon & Sons, captures the versatility of real wool for design and decor in the home.

The pop-up hopes to display the beauty and sustainability of wool being used in the home, harnessing this durable, flame retardant and versatile source to create a capsule of leading brands and designers working within the wool industry in support of The Campaign for Wool.

4 Clifford Street, Central London, W1S 2LG (Just off Regent Street)

5th-9th October 2015

For more information about The Campaign for Wool or the Capsu-Wool Pop-Up visit:

@Campaignforwool #ChooseWool

For questions regarding Capsu-Wool, The Campaign for Wool and Wool Week, imagery or interview requests please contact:

Lucy Hirsch – Mission Media


Emma Dearden – Mission Media

About The Campaign for Wool

The Campaign for Wool was launched in 2010 to educate consumers about the benefits of wool, promote wool-rich products to a national audience and help to support and grow the wool industry. Run by a coalition of industry groups convened by HRH The Prince of Wales, the campaign works to engage consumers through exciting fashion, interiors, artisan and design lead activities centring around Wool Week each year.

Notes to Editors

Brands included in the Capsu-Wool Pop-up STUDY

Tux Chair Special Edition, Stuart Scott, upholstered in Fox Brothers’ Midnight Kempy Wool, piping and buttons in Fox Brothers’ Midnight Covert Cloth, both 100% pure British Wool
Edo Occasional Table in solid oiled walnut and red lacquer, Stuart Scott Grace Lamp and wool shade, Porta Romana
Blinds in Midhowe Cosmic, curtains in Ronaldsvoe Ocean, both 100% lambswool, Johnstons of Elgin
Treviso Desk in walnut, Matthew Hilton for Ercol, Heals
Ena chair upholstered in Facett grey felt, Heals
Hitchcock table lamp, Heals
Wool Windings courtesy of Wallace Sewell
Cushion in Silk, chancellor, wool and silk, Camira Fabrics
Gelim flatweave rug by Ptolemy Mann and Rug Maker
Zoom In 5 throw, 100% merino, Cristian Zuzunaga
Hummingbird handwoven wool and silk aubusson cushion, Alexander McQueen for The Rug Company
Vintage Italian chair, Retrouvious, upholstered in Stripes by Paul Smith, 92% wool, Maharam
5,2 Handwoven Lampas, wool, cotton, silk, Margo Selby


Leta Chaise, PINCH, upholstered in Storr colour 1501, Bute Fabrics Pulvis rug, 160x230cm, Heals
Pumpkin armchair by Pierre Paulin for Ligne Roset Westend
Blinds in Cross Blossom and Leaf Grey Marl, both 100% recycle wool, Kirkby Design
Small Harbour Lights, Aimee Betts and Michael Ruh for The New Craftsmen
Nest of 3 Moon Mineral tables, Ochre
Eluis II smocked throw, 80% wool, Creation Baumann Cushion in Cavallo Coco, colour 0324, 80% wool, Creation Baumann
Birdie Blossom hand woven wool tapestry cushion, Paul Smith for The Rug Company
Flamingo handwoven wool aubusson wall hanging, Suzy Hoodless for The Rug Company
Tweed Emphasize cushions, 100% merino, Mourne Textiles
Tulipani Throw, graphite, digitally printed 100% wool, Designers Guild
Thorns Column lamp and wool shade, Porta Romana
Rewrite desk by GamFratesi for Ligne Roset www.ligne-roset-city
Porto chair, Heals
Sunset knitted lambswool throw, Gabrielle Vary Knitwear
Wool tufts, courtesy of Tai Ping Carpets



Cone Seats, 100% steam pleated wool felt, Jule Waibel

U6067CZ-1, 80% wool, Zuzunaga Collection High Definition Weave by Britons
Bespoke Cluny venetian flatweave runners, 100% wool, Roger Oates
Quirky B Lattice, 80% wool, Ben Pentreath for Alternative Flooring
Fabulous Emerald Wide WFW602,100% wool, Crucial Trading

Dip dyed Lighting, 100% British Wool, Janie Knitted Textiles

Blind in Beauly Dove Grey, 100% wool, Mulberry Home



Elements fabric, 100% pure new Shetland wool, Melin Tregwynt.



Finsbury 2 seat sofa, Assemblyroom, upholstered in Middleton, danube, 100% lambswool, Wallace Sewell with Designtex

Portland and Ladbroke cushions, 100% merino wool, Basket Weave colletion, Wallace Sewell Grenadine cushion, 100% merino wool, Triangle Weave collection by Wallace Sewell

Wool Windings, courtesy of Wallace Sewell

Sierra Rug, hand knotted wool and silk, Margo Selby

Autumn leaves made with a selection of melton wools, 100% wool, Abraham Moon & Son

Yarns by Laxtons Specialist Yarns

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