Hope Macaulay is a contemporary, luxury and bespoke fashion brand based in Northern Ireland. Hope Macaulay pioneers and creates sustainable, feel-good knits, handmade to order from Northern Ireland to the world.
Hope’s garments are wearable pieces of art that are bold and vivid experiences, each telling a dream-like story along with a dose of dopamine dressing. To quote Julia Hobbs Senior Fashion Editor at Vogue Hope's pieces are 'made-to-order designs-cum-art-pieces'. Her creations are not a representation of reality but a world in which you may find in your dreams, inspired by her fascination with the mind, distortion, reality and surrealism.
Just by using her hands, Hope develops the unique and exuberant chunky knitwear pieces, created from sustainably sourced materials such as luxury merino wool and vegan biodegradable nylon. Her garments are ethically produced by her team of 15 knitters in Northern Ireland, who Hope personally trains in her innovative garment structure and knitting method.
Hope's energetic and surreal garments have been featured on the front cover of GQ, Vogue, Elle, Vanity Fair, Sports Illustrated, Harper’s Bazaar, CR Fashion Book and the New York Times. Hope's garments have also been seen on Halsey, Gigi Hadid, Naomi Osaka, Rosalia, Anne Marie and Kali Uchis.
Hope Macaulay strongly believes in high quality, made to order, handmade garments, shopping small, a close customer relationship and supporting local women in our community.