Patrick Morgan

Working in the field of design, education and Luxury fashion for over 20 years with brands from Tom Ford, YSL, LVMH, Christian Dior, Fendi, Schiaperilli, Dior perfume including weekly and monthly pieces for The Financial Times, The Guardian, The New Yorker and The Observer.

In 2018 Patrick exhibited ‘Pigment Channel’ a VR experience at the V&A in connection with the Rodin sculpture rooms and ‘Fashion by Nature’ exhibition. In 2019 Patrick will be collaborating with both the V&A and Christian Dior for the ‘Designer of Dreams’ exhibition running Masterclass experiences.

Patrick has recently been fusing relationships between industry and universities working with the RCA and Wallpaper* magazine, also giving a series of lectures at Tate Modern about future learning and critical thinking. This new direction of creative learning has led him to new modes of practice through new technology from Augment to Virtual Reality and AI in Design thinking. Speaking at The Welsh Embassy regarding design thinking and ocean science, on improving education to a global economy for UK universities.

Patrick is an advisory consultant/expert to Deloitte in the field of design education and progressive trends in new fields of emerging markets.

Christian Dior

Master Class Experience in Luxury Fashion drawing held at the V&A exhibition 'designer of dreams'.

V&A

VR experience for 'Fashion by Natured' exhibition in the Rodin Rooms. 

Tom Ford + Justin Timberlake

A series of drawings and designs for Tom Ford with Justin Timberlake's world tour.

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V&A + Christian Dior

A collection of drawings for the V&A for Dior Master class.

V&A Museum

Pigment Channel /VR Experience

 

You will be transported to Rodin’s studio from the past surrounded by sculptures, tools and artworks created by an artist within a space open to witness a future collaboration between man and machine. The fashion pieces will be be generated through data labs and personal inputs to create a Eureka experience or an AHA! moment coined by Archimedes.

 

Designers and creatives will work hand in hand with machines and data intelligence to inform their personal practices taking on board new or future trends appealing to wider audiences. Through this virtual experience we will aim to uncover this interplay and tap into and discover new roles or future jobs. With the rise of ai and robotics the way artists view the world and how the creative functions with machines will become more of a partnership, aiming always for a more sustainable and enriched outcome that will challenge the current modes of fast fashion.

London Design Festival

Ai Neoplasticism

Drawing using machine learning.

Ai/machine Learning

Future of Fashion Sustainability in a digital space.

Scribing Luxury through craft

A series of experiences of drawing workshops

Windsor & Newton labs

Looking for the Invisible/Unseen colour rays/Immersive Gamuts

The complete range or scope of something.

Colour is a complete scale of musical notes; the range of a voice or instrument.

The Magic and Logic of Colour. The world is controlled by our vision, but we become so accustomed to it that we take things for granted. And when he talked about visual perception, he meant something much more profound than just the way we look at the world — he would stop and look at the world, look at the smallest object, smallest event, and see through it in a deep kind of way. ... He would see magic, he would see something deeper. And he believed that the majority of people just missed the true reality — it was available for everyone to see, but nobody was looking. And that was where his notion of “to open eyes” really comes from.

Christian Dior

A series of drawings and designs for Christian Dior Atelier.

Christian Dior/V&A

A series of masterclass workshops held within the Designer Dreams exhibition.

Colart labs

Looking for the Invisible/Unseen colour rays/Immersive Gamuts

The complete range or scope of something.

Colour is a complete scale of musical notes; the range of a voice or instrument.

The Magic and Logic of Colour. The world is controlled by our vision, but we become so accustomed to it that we take things for granted. And when he talked about visual perception, he meant something much more profound than just the way we look at the world — he would stop and look at the world, look at the smallest object, smallest event, and see through it in a deep kind of way. ... He would see magic, he would see something deeper. And he believed that the majority of people just missed the true reality — it was available for everyone to see, but nobody was looking. And that was where his notion of “to open eyes” really comes from.

Ted Baker

A series of advertising campaigns for the suits collection.

Wallpaper* RCA Masterclass

Directing a two day series of experiences/workshops and lecturers by industry leaders..

Clients