With a passion for art and how it can be collectively and repeatedly used to create textile designs, Molly Baker is a Womenswear Print designer based in Kent.
During the time when she was pursuing her BA in Fashion Textiles Print at University for the Creative Arts in Rochester, Molly had always been focused on creating detailed drawings and painting, both by hand and digitally to contribute towards the process of forming high quality prints.
Molly’s Anti-Hunting collection combines her passion of drawing and painting with her love for nature and animal conservation. Her womenswear Collection acts as a campaign against animal hunting to raise awareness of its negative impacts, especially as a contributor towards animal endangerment. Through prints revolved around wildlife crime, her designs feature detailed animals and floral motifs of varying scale worn upon safari-wear inspired garments with influence of trending utility fashion and hints of colonial style. The collection is marketed towards upper high-street youth in order to be affordable and get across its message and the importance of animal conservation. Molly’s Anti-Hunting line-up represents the life and death of animals through a combination of light and dark moods and encourages and educates on the impacts of hunting.