Rose Fulbright

Rose Fulbright

Founder and designer Rose Fulbright-Vickers started the Rose Fulbright label in London after studying at the Parsons School Paris and the London College of Fashion, where she earned a First Class Honours Degree. Rose currently lives and works between Beijing and London.

 

Rose's family heritage has greatly influenced her design tastes and company values. Her great-grandfather Clough Williams-Ellis was the renowned British architect and pioneer of ecological conservation, most famous for his life's work, Portmeirion Village. Rose's grandmother, Susan Williams-Ellis was a prominent artist and founder and designer of Portmeirion Pottery.